Kaylee Ortega credits a host of student groups, scholarships and support services with giving her the tools she needed to fulfill her academic dreams of pursuing public policy work to level the healthcare playing field for underrepresented communities.
Maddie DeWinter's time at CU has taught her a lot about teamwork and collaboration. "I've learned . . . you don't have to be in the spotlight to be part of that success. It's a lesson I will take with me long after I'm done playing lacrosse."
Though her childhood dreams of playing professional sports fell through, Monica Rowand has lent her academic expertise to campus programs that bridge the gaps between athletics and sustainable practices.
When Jake Hurwitz and Nathan Moses met, neither predicted they’d wind up as business partners. The two have teamed up on Eyesight Collective, a video series aimed at helping student entrepreneurs gain business skills by learning from industry leaders.
When William Kristofer Buxton was younger, vocal nodules left him with "essentially no voice." After years of therapy, his voice returned, steering him toward a career in theater performance and speech, language and hearing sciences.
By age 50, Patrita "Ime" Salazar had compiled an impressive list of personal and professional accomplishments. Now, after watching three of her daughters graduate from CU Boulder, it's finally her turn.