"Your experience here at NKU really is what you make of it ... The more you get involved, the more you find what you are passionate about and find people who help you reach your goals."
Faith’s service extends outside the NKU community to many local projects and causes, such as the Cincinnati Reds Youth Academy and the Special Olympics. Her service has even reached other countries during two mission trips in the Dominican Republic, where she aided in building houses and in running sports camps, and when she partnered with the Feed My Starving Children campaign to supply food to children in Haiti.
How does someone with such a busy schedule stay focused?
“I think about the version of myself I want to be in the future and think about what it is I need to do to get myself to be that person,” she explains.
It also helps that Faith is able to spend so much of her time at her favorite spot on campus: the Frank Ignatius Grein Softball Field.
“It’s a place where I can lose myself in what I love and decompress from the stress of school,” she says.
After graduation, Faith is looking forward to starting her graduate studies at Virginia Tech. She would love to become a political science professor or a lawyer—determined to turn her passion of helping others into a career.
Her advice to other students is to get involved on campus.
“Your experience here at NKU really is what you make of it. Get involved, meet new people, join clubs, do research, travel and get involved in whatever ways you can,” she says. “The more you get involved, the more you find what you are passionate about and find people who help you reach your goals.”