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Hounkpati, Kwevitoukoui (Brad)
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Alfred Richardson

Alfred Richardson

Senior Alfred Richardson knows the importance of leadership and has used UGA’s many resources, opportunities and student organizations to help enhance his college career. He began freshmen year with involvement in the Freshmen Forum, the Outreach Committee of the Student Government Association and the inaugural Freshmen Advisory Board of the Black Affairs Council. Richardson has also been Terry Peer Mentor in the National Association of Black Accountants, director of finance for Reverence Ministries and student ambassador for the Interview Committee…

Estella Perez Hovland

Estella Hovland

Veterinary student Estella Perez Hovland seeks adventure. She has traveled the world, and she obtained a M.B.A. from Griffith University in Australia. Upon returning to the U.S., she decided to get a doctoral degree in veterinary medicine, and she spent a year and a half at UGA preparing for the venture by taking animal science courses. Now in her final year of vet school, she is the former vice president and former president of the student chapter of the American…

Emily Grace Thomsen

Emily Thomsen

Senior Emily Grace Thomsen is a go-getter. She is finishing bachelor’s and master’s degrees in four years, and has made Dean’s List and been a Presidential Scholar. She has held leadership positions in Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and ugaMiracle, where she led projects to help both elderly and children in Georgia. She has also participated in Alternative Spring Break doing Hurricane Katrina relief work. As a child, she was treated at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and after graduation, she hopes…

Kelsey Anne Jones

Kelsey Jones

Kelsey Anne Jones has found a wide array of enriching opportunities at UGA that allow her to pursue diverse interests from public policy to community service to international travel. A fourth year Foundation Fellow, she is pursuing joint Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees through the Honors Program. She is on the leadership board of Roosevelt @ UGA, a student-run think tank that helps students develop, write, and publish public policy. Her interest in health policy has led her to pursue the…

Charlie Bailey

Charlie Bailey

After earning his bachelor’s degrees from UGA, Charlie Bailey worked for two political campaigns including Mark F. Taylor’s (J.D.’82) 2006 campaign for governor of Georgia and James Marlow’s Congressional campaign. After working on those campaigns, he came back to the university for law school. During his first year of law school, Bailey won the 2008 J. Ralph Beaird Closing Argument Competition and was elected the president of the first-year class. Then, he was elected president of the second-year class and…

Debbie Ebalobo

Debbie Ebalobo

Senior Debbie Ebalobo is a first generation college student who is making the most of her college experience. She came to UGA to study environmental sciences, but she quickly found a public relations major more aligned with her goals. Now, she has completed six internships in her field and serves as president of the largest student organization in the Grady College: the Public Relations Student Society of America. She was also a resident assistant in the Myers community and is…