The part of me I cannot seem to hide from anyone I approach is that I am a passionate and outgoing feminist. Friends would describe me as goofy, daring, confident, bold, reliable . . . to mention a few. I am really just a young black feminist trying to influence as much people as I can positively while I make something of my life. I tend to find solace in the arts; especially writing because it has become the way I connect to everything and everyone around me. Writing helps me understand better. This feeling is expressed better in my quote that states “When it is a lot to endure good or bad, share it on a piece of paper and when it makes no sense at all, put the pieces on a paper.” My goals have changed overtime and is still changing. Hence, why I am in a liberal arts college exploring different paths and options. Nevertheless, I noticed that through-out my life journey, the desire to write and make to an impact only increased. I have had to stop acting, singing and modelling at some point (Temporarily), but the need to write and make an impact never changed or stopped. Therefore, when I heard about this opportunity, I had to take advantage of it. A chance to connect to things that matter in my community through writing and be heard is a chance I cannot let pass me by.