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Sarah Espinosa

Student Profile
Department: Communication
Program: Strategic Communication

Graduation Year: 2018
Extra-Curricular Activities: Member of Public Relations Society (PRSSA) and Vice-President of musical arts club “The Sound”
Hometown/State or Country: Orlando, FL

Q: Why Flagler?

A: I immediately fell in love with the campus and the small close-knit community Flagler had to offer. It's also just far away enough to grow on my own without my parents, but close enough to make a weekend visit home.

Q: How was your adjustment coming from home to Flagler?

A: Very easy. I was really excited for college to start and meet new people.

Student Sarah Espinosa walking past a storefront.

Q: What do you do for fun?

A: I love to go around downtown with friends and walk around Lincolnville to see the older houses. I also love going over the bridge (to Anastasia Island) for the amazing views and for drives down A1A South.

Q: Do you have a secret study spot?

A: The lawn by the fort (Castillo de San Marcos). If you go at the right time during the weekdays, it's a quiet and perfect place to study. 

Student Sarah Espinosa walking past a storefront.

Q: What’s your dream job?

A: To be an event planner in Ireland for at least five years. I visited there in fall of 2015, and ever since I have been inspired to return. After that I hope to move to either Seattle, Washington or North Carolina and eventually have my own event planning business.

Q: What is your favorite on campus office to visit?

A: My favorite is probably the Communication office building on Cuna Street because that's where most of my professors are.

Student Sarah Espinosa smiling in front of a white background of a wall.
Flagler student Sarah Espinosa doesn’t have to look far for inspiration during her studies. She’s got the Castillo de San Marcos national monument, the Atlantic Ocean and local neighborhoods within her reach.