Keila is a rising senior at California Polytechnic State University where she is studying entrepreneurship. This summer she will be interning with Cultures of Dignity, focusing on marketing and branding.

Meet Cultures of Dignity’s Newest Intern!


Cultures of Dignity: Tell us a little about yourself!

Keila: Hello! My name is Keila and I was born and raised in Boulder, CO. Currently, I am attending Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA where I am focusing on business and design. I am passionate about building relationships, constantly learning, and good food (especially tacos).

 

Cultures of Dignity: Why are you working with Cultures of Dignity this summer?

Keila: About five years ago, I met Rosalind and Charlie in a focus group for Queen Bees and Wannabes. Throughout the following years, their work continued to resonate with me. In January, I reached out to them and am now super excited to be a part of the team!   

 

Cultures of Dignity: If you could have any superpower what would it be?

Keila: I would choose the superpower of teleportation. It would be so much more time efficient and it would be better for the environment! And I could avoid traffic on Broadway during rush hour.

 

Cultures of Dignity: What projects will you be working on with CoD?

Keila: I will be primarily working on marketing, branding, and graphics for CoD. I will also assist in administrative business aspects (analytics, etc.)

 

Cultures of Dignity: What is an issue you see in schools you want to fix?

Keila: I am concerned with the way students are taught to view failures as defeat. Instead, I think failures should be embraced as an important, humbling learning experience. Promoting this growth mindset empowers students to persevere and overcome challenges.  

 


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