Alyssa Winter is a Psychology Major from Palm Coast, Florida. She will begin her senior year next fall and is an Ambassador for Flagler’s Office of Admissions. Alyssa enjoys volunteering at S.A.F.E. animal rescue on weekends.
Mykala Bazzell is from St. Augustine, majoring in Theatre Arts, and will begin her senior year next fall. She is the president of Flagler’s theatre honor society, Alpha Psi Omega, and helps raise money for the nonprofit Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights Aids, through her work with the Corazon Café.
Rebecca Guerrier is a senior whose major is Education for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. A native of Lauderdale Lakes, Florida, she is the president of the Black Student Association and Flagler’s Dance team. Rebecca hopes to teach third grade after graduating from Flagler College.
Charlene Nowotny will be a junior next fall and is from Marburg, Germany. Majoring in Psychology, she is also a top scorer on Flagler’s Women’s Soccer team. Charlene enjoys participating in Flagler’s Day of Service and would like to pursue a Master’s degree in the field of neuroscience.
Sierra Van Allen is a junior from Lake Mary, Florida, majoring in Psychology. She is a founding member of Flagler’s Honors Program and the club historian for Flagler College Democrats. Sierra would like to work in the space or aerospace industry in the future.
Faith Wyluda, a senior from South Amboy, New Jersey, will receive the Women of Vision Fund scholarship for a second year. She is majoring in Political Science. Faith is first chair of the Faculty Senate Student Liaisons Committee and organized a women’s leadership panel for Women’s History Month. Faith was an intern at the Roderick and Solange MacArthur Justice Center.
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