Emily is a junior at Tara High School in Boulder, CO. She is working with the Cultures of Dignity team to produce and share relevant content! She has experience in leadership programs and is eager to learn and create with the team.
Meet Cultures of Dignity’s newest intern!
Cultures of Dignity: Tell us a little about yourself!
Emily: I go to school in Boulder at Tara High School and I act, write, and bike. I live in Broomfield, with my parents, sister, and dog (Oscar).
CoD: Why did you reach out to Cultures of Dignity to be an intern?
Emily: I wanted to be a part of an organization where the work being done is open, relevant, crucial, and ground-breaking. Cultures of Dignity has all this and more, and I can see positive change happening already.
CoD: If you could have any superpower what would it be?
Emily: I would want to be able to fly!
CoD: What projects will you be working on with CoD?
Emily: I would be creating and sharing content and helping create relationships with influencers.
CoD: What is an issue you see in schools you want to fix?
Emily: Overwhelmingly negative attitudes are something I notice a lot, and I want to show people how frustration can be channeled into productivity. Also, creating an environment in which everyone is comfortable being themselves is something that needs to be further addressed.