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If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you.

Kimberly Yau is a rising fourth year medical student at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Her studies and, in turn, her story was prompted by her father’s passing due to colon cancer. This UGA grad is our #WCW because of her diligence, compassion and resilience. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? The person I am today is a mosaic of all the people and experiences I have encountered in my life thus far. I am a diligent student, studying not only the signs, symptoms and pathology of disease, but also the interplay of illness, compassion, and healing. I am an animal lover, despite my allergies to essentially anything with fur, predictably squealing aloud each time I see a

She came so far, and kept going.

Shannon Vreeland is an Olympic gold medalist swimmer turned law student. This Kansas City native is our #WCW because she uses her many talents and achievements, competitively and academically, to give back. She is motivated, hard working and she uses her competitive drive to grow. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? I grew up in Kansas City as a young swimmer, wanting to swim in college and, maybe one day, make the NCAA championships. Not only did I qualify for the NCAA by the end of my freshman year at the University of Georgia, I got to be a part of two NCAA championship winning teams, and ultimately made the Olympic Team, winning a gold medal as part of the 800 freestyle relay in

Making waves, wherever the NFL may take her.

Mackenzie Dempsey, former UGA cheerleader and NFL fiancé of David Andrews (Patriots), tells us her story so far, as she looks forward to the next chapter in her life. Mackenzie is our #WCW because she uses her passion to help high schoolers find theirs. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? I know one thing that made me very unique when I went to college was the fact that I was from such a small town compared to most of my best friends who were all from metro Atlanta. I spoke a different way, ate different foods and was just all around different. I am so thankful for my small town, Cedartown, GA, and the way I grew up. I wouldn’t be who I am, or where I am without it. 2. What's one of

Get up and go boldly.

Kimika Hudson is the founder of Go Boldly, a digital and stationary lifestyle tool that turns dreamers into achievers. She is our #WCW because she is determined, savvy and passionate about helping others. 1. What's your story? What makes you unique? It was midmorning on a cold winter day when my car went spiraling on black ice. BOOM! BAM! CRASH! It was like being in a pinball machine. My car hit a telephone pole, light pole and then almost smashed into a semi-truck, missing it by a hair, only to crash land in a ditch instead. I don't even know if I had a chance to scream, but I sat there, white knuckled, gripping the steering wheel. God only knows how I walked out alive and without a scra


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