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Razor's Edge Leadership Scholars Alumni

Razor's Edge Leadership Scholars Beta Class

Priscilla Aguilar
Priscilla Aguilar
Hometown: Aurora, IL
Involvement: President of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc., President’s 64, Unified Greek Council, Homecoming Committee Volunteer, Out of the Darkness Walk Committee, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "Throughout these four years of reflection I have learned that what matters most is to be responsible, work hard and believe in myself, but I must also seek help when I need it. I must build connections and surround myself with those that will lift me up and help me get where I want to be and that they trust me to do the same for them."
Kaitlyn Baran
Kaitlyn Baran
Hometown: West Homestead, PA
Involvement: Treasurer of Pre-Physical Therapy Society, Treasurer of American Association of University Women, President 64, Student Athlete Advisory Committee, Delta Phi Epsilon, Intramurals
Legacy: "To stand for strong millennials who are proud of who they are – physically, mentally, and spiritually. I stand for those who continue to prove you wrong, one stereotype at a time."
Taylor Brown
Taylor Brown
Hometown: Coconut Creek, FL
Involvement: President of Alpha Kappa Psi, Entrepreneur’s Council, Ambassador Resume Book, Calvary at Nova, Intramurals, Leadership Conference Planning Committee, Intramurals
Legacy: "I will use business, social entrepreneurship specifically, to help this person [who is homeless] obtain a job, a residence, and sustainability, so that he or she may pursue potential and purpose."
Stephanie Cedeno
Stephanie Cedeno
Hometown: Hialeah, FL
Involvement: Vice President of Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society, Co-Event Chair of Relay for Life, Treasurer of Students Working for Equal Rights, Leadership Conference presenter, Out of the Darkness Walk Committee, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "I wanted to change the fact that some people simply did not care. There was so much going on at any given time that I wanted to change, and I just had so much to say. But time has shown me that I want to change so much more, and with more specificity…When I become a doctor, I will continue to do research as I practice. Because numbers need to be changed."
Sarah Erickson
Sarah Erickson
Hometown: Sunrise, FL
Involvement: Orientation Leader, Athletic Senator for Undergraduate Student Government Association, Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, Relay for Life Team Captain, Homecoming Council, Rowing Representative for Student Athlete Advisory Committee, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "What do I want to say with my life? I want to say that I went through more in my twenty-two years of life then a lot of people will go through in their life time. I want to say that my life literally proves that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. A lot of people have asked me the meaning of my tattoo and that’s exactly it; that through it all, I had the courage to keep living and I was made stronger for it."
Kelsey McCusker
Kelsey McCusker
Hometown: Stone Harbor, NJ
Involvement: Vice President of American Association of University Women, Secretary of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Public Relations Chair for Community Action Using Student Empowerment
Legacy: "I am motivated to pursue a legal education to gain the understanding of the I need to play a part in helping to fix and recreate the lives of those unjust. I was given an unbelievable second chance to continue to live on this earth and I want to give my life for the service of others to find their second chance."
Daniel McFadden
Daniel McFadden
Hometown: Davie, FL
Involvement: Service Vice President of Alpha Phi Omega, Event Chair for Relay for Life, Ambassador Board, President’s 64, Peer Leader, Leadership on Demand Facilitator, Intramurals, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "I know I will have a bright future within the field of Student Affairs because I have a passion to put the student’s needs and achievements before my own. I look forward to being able to continue helping student’s to reach their highest potential and accomplish their goals. I believe that my purpose on Earth is to help others. I look forward to the future and to knowing that eventually I will be in a high enough position so that I can make a difference for even more student’s."
Paula Munoz
Paula Munoz
Hometown: Cooper City, FL
Involvement: President of Psychology Club, President of Best Buddies, Entertainment and Activities Chair for Relay for Life, Vice President of Students Working for Equal Rights, Leadership Conference Planning Committee, Out of the Darkness Walk Committee
Legacy: "I believe that we create a social system where what you earn measures how successful you are, and that success is based on how hard you work. So the life I want to earn will be displayed through the fruits of m hard work. Where I will be able to help a student with Down Syndrome get a corporate job and see them succeed in their occupation; where I will see less of a need for social justice organizations because awareness has spread and I have has a part in that; and where I will see the values that my parents instilled in me, through mine and Robert’s children and watch them, grow as open minded individuals with no need for derogatory language of lack of acceptance with their peers. That is how I will know that I have truly earned the life and purpose God has given me."
Kaitlyn Pope
Kaitlyn Pope
Hometown: Louisville, KY
Involvement: President of SEABoard, Treasurer of Riff Tides, Treasurer of Scientific Literature Society, President’s 64, Orientation Leader, Homecoming Committee Volunteer, Crunch Brunch Volunteer
Legacy: "Providing a culture, this place where you build yourself, and laugh, and make mistakes and memories, and you worry more about who you are than what you do. Making a place for others with my passion, and hoping they find theirs."
Laurieann Robinson
Laurieann Robinson
Hometown: Lauderhill, FL
Involvement: President’s 64, Warden of Alpha Kappa Psi, Ablaze, Entrepreneur’s Council, Leadership Conference Planning Committee, Intramurals, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "I want to go where I can be a source of strength and encouragement to those I encounter."
Rachel Salveson
Rachel Salveson
Hometown: Saint Charles, IL
Involvement: Sharkettes Dance Team, Leadership Development Chair for Phi Sigma Sigma, Dance Marathon, Treasurer of Cozy Corners, President’s 64, Leadership on Demand Facilitator, Service Trip Student Site Coordinator for Jamaica, Leadership Conference presenter
Legacy: "Being willing to sacrifice a little bit of our own comfort to ease one another’s suffering."
Antonella Sanchez
Antonella Sanchez
Hometown: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Involvement: President of Students Working for Equal Rights, Treasurer of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc., Vice President of Unified Greek Council, Out of the Darkness Walk Committee , Intramurals
Legacy: "I am not looking for happiness; I am letting it find me. I’ve found that happiness meets me half way when I am doing what I love and spending time with the people whom I love. I want to be the one who tells an individual in doubt that they too can achieve anything that they set their minds to. In the long run, I dream of working for or starting a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help middle school and high school student achieve higher education."
Kelly Scott
Kelly Scott
Hometown: Stuart, FL
Involvement: President for Undergraduate Student Government Association, ICUF Presidential Fellow, Student Athlete Advisory Committee, President’s 64, Orientation Leader, Novelty Chair for Homecoming Committee, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "What do I want to influence? I want to influence others to be the best that they can possibly be. I want to influence other people to reach their fullest potential and more. I want to influence those around me to be their best by being themselves. Through this, I want to challenge them but be able to help them along the way. I also want to selflessly give anything that I have in order to make this world a better place, and what better place to start than your own community."
Gabriela Teixeira
Gabriela Teixeira
Hometown: Coconut Creek, FL
Involvement: President of Cozy Corners, Vice President of Rotaract, Service Student Site Leader of New Orleans, President’s 64, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "My foundation was my faith and my family. My day to day life reassures me that I did have a strong foundation and have built upon it well by taking advantage of every opportunity that appeared and sometimes even creating my own. I have stood strong in the face of adversity and stayed true to myself. I have l lent out a hand when others needed and spent time on helping people who could learn something from me. With my faith as my compass and my family ass my fuel, I stand here as the person you know today, ready for what is yet to come."
Alixandria Tucci
Alixandria Tucci
Hometown: St. Johns, FL
Involvement: Logistics Chair of the Relay for Life Committee, Vice President of Omicron Delta Kappa, CommunityFest Volunteer
Legacy: "I’ve learned that I will contribute my time, my dedication, and most of all myself – any stories I may have that can help someone in any aspect, any knowledge I may have that can help someone grow, and any love and compassion that I can extend to someone in difficult, and even good, times. I will contribute whatever I can to help those around me grow and become the best version of themselves possible. But if I push myself, and really push the boundaries of what I can contribute, I can help create a more financially savvy culture, which will help thousands of families live a happier life – not worrying about long term care costs if someone gets sick, no worrying about if their child can go to their dream college."
Aubrey West
Aubrey West
Hometown: Plantation, FL
Involvement: Vice-President of Membership & Development for SEABoard, Publicity Chair for Relay for Life, Delta Phi Epsilon, Pre-Student Osteopathic Medicine Association
Legacy: "To truly appreciate the value of courage and patience and to also stand up for myself. To show courage and patience for my Plan A, also strength and independence to choose what I want in life."
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