Humans of UNCC Meet: Kam Fitzgibbons

| April 24, 2017

I’m in the women’s and gender studies learning community and we do a lot of activism projects, we work for equality in charlotte and globally. We just finished a project this past weekend, we are doing this thing where we partner up with this program called girls rock and we work with young girls and try to instill empowerment in them at a young age so that they aren’t torn down throughout their teenage years. I have always liked activism, because my sister has autism, so at a young age, I was drawn into the activism because I would work with kids with autism a lot and assist them as often as I could.

 

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Hailey Turpin is a sophomore Communication Studies major with a Public Relations track. Her major accomplishment in life are her self-published children’s book, Skipper the Circus Dog, and meeting Luke Kuechly. In five years, Hailey hopes to be working for a PR firm in Charlotte, have another published novel, married and have a golden retriever named Roosevelt. Hailey enjoys journaling, large amounts of coffee and traveling the world. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity here at UNC Charlotte and her inspiration is Leslie Knope.

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Hailey Turpin is a sophomore Communication Studies major with a Public Relations track. Her major accomplishment in life are her self-published children’s book, Skipper the Circus Dog, and meeting Luke Kuechly. In five years, Hailey hopes to be working for a PR firm in Charlotte, have another published novel, married and have a golden retriever named Roosevelt. Hailey enjoys journaling, large amounts of coffee and traveling the world. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity here at UNC Charlotte and her inspiration is Leslie Knope.