Chesimon Moore is a senior at Louisville Collegiate school in Louisville, Kentucky and will be interning with Cultures of Dignity this spring!
Meet Cultures of Dignity’s newest intern!
Cultures of Dignity: Tell us a little about yourself!
Chesimon: I am currently a senior at Louisville Collegiate School. I was born in Louisville and have lived here all my life. I play basketball and have been playing for 10 years. Aside from basketball I enjoy hanging out with my friends and family.
Why are you working with Cultures of Dignity this spring?
I want to be able to help the adults who influence student’s lives have a better understanding of students and ways that they can have a positive impact in their lives.
If you could have any superpower what would it be?
If I could have any superpower it would be to read minds. This would allow me to better understand the people around me when I feel confused or worried.
What projects will you be working on with Cultures of Dignity?
I will be helping with the Owning Up student to student project to help students become comfortable with healthy discussion between them and the adults in their school community.
What is an issue you see in schools you want to fix?
One of the many issues in school that I hope to fix through my work with Culture of Dignity is finding ways for adults to help students become more comfortable with their environment. Through past experiences, I have noticed that I perform better in school when I am comfortable talking with my teachers and peers.