If you could say one thing to the class of 2020, what would it be?
What I would say to the class of 2020 is, “our ending was definitely not expected, but we did it!”
What is the biggest lesson you have learned?
The biggest lesson I’ve learned is that life is so much more precious than most people think it is. It’s easy to take advantage of it unintentionally. Things can completely change one day to another, that is why it’s important to try and live to the fullest.
Who would you like to thank?
First off I would like to thank my parents because of their endless support throughout my life. I would also like to thank my Coach Stigge for pushing me to run. It’s because of him that I had one of the best high school experiences.
What legacy do you want to leave?
I want people to remember me and know that life throws unexpected hard moments, but it’s not impossible to get through it, even if it feels like it.
Where do you see yourself in the future?
In the future I’m planning on becoming a psychologist and would like to specifically work with children who have had their lives affected by cancer.