Congratulations to our 2018 Sr. Seton Cunneen Fellows!
Nhiaya Williams ‘19
Ms. Williams is a Junior at Trinity Washington University, with a major in Human Relations. Nhiaya will serve her fellowship in Baltimore at KIPP Ujima Village, a nonprofit foundation that supports the educational process in low income communities. KIPP emphasizes the development of leadership, effective communication and critical thinking skills within the students served, and Nhiaya is an example of these abilities. Throughout her 10 weeks of service this summer, Nhiaya will work with operations and development for the KIPP Baltimore Foundation, on different projects, while reflecting weekly on her progress.
Diamond Moore ’21
Ms. Moore is beginning her Sophomore year at Trinity Washington University, and hopes to major in Nursing. Diamond plans to serve at National Children’s Medical Center, Mobile clinic on Mississippi Avenue, SE,at THE ARC, where she has prior experience in volunteering. As a Cunneen Fellow, serving across 10 consecutive weeks this summer, Diamond will take the opportunity to meet and greet patients while offering assistance to the office that welcomes them. Diamond hopes that, as a result of her summer of service, she will learn more about the reasons beyond her stated desire to pursue nursing as a profession.