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Juliet Fink1

Juliet Fink


Beza Taddess

Beza Taddess

Weekly Current Student Highlight

Hello! My name is Juliet Fink. I'm a senior molecular biology major, and minoring in applied math and biochemistry. I am hoping to attend medical school following graduation! I moved to Colorado from rural New Hampshire, right in the White Mountain National Forest. I love getting outside to camp, ski and hike. I'm a huge peak bagger, so I'm working on some of the 14ers! When I'm not outside exploring you can find me studying in Barnes, working at the campus Quantitative Reasoning Center or practicing with the CC Nordic ski team. I also volunteer at Memorial Hospital downtown and hold a position in my sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta. If I'm not busy with all those things, I'm probably napping, hanging with friends or eating pasta. I'm so excited for my last year surrounded by the Colorado College campus community!


Weekly Recent Graduate Highlight

Hello! My name is Beza Taddess, and I graduated in 2015, Currently, I am the Communications and Policy coordinator for the Colorado Children’s Campaign. The Colorado Children’s Campaign is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization committed since 1985 to realizing every chance for every child in Colorado. It advocates for the development and implementation of data-driven public policies that improve child well-being in health, education and early childhood. Through this, I support the organization’s communications and outreach efforts. I also am the current co-chair for the Campaign’s equity team. In this role, I help to advance the Campaign’s commitment to institutionalize equity in all aspects of the mission. I also sits on The Racial Equity subcommittee for the Health Equity Advocacy cohort with the Colorado Trust, which aims to make health equity a reality for all Coloradoans.

I love to spend most of my time outside of work volunteering; including the Spring institute, teaching English as a second language to refuges and new immigrants as well as special events such as We rise Tour by Van johns to advance social justice. When I am not spending my time in the mountains, I am usually baking or spending time with friends. Feel free to email me if you’d like to know more about any of the things I mentioned!

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