Resiliency and willpower is what 22-year-old Meaghan Setterbo confirmed after an uncommon begin to her school career and hitting many bumps in the highway.
Meaghan stated her first day of faculty at Texas A&M Corpus Christi started as Hurricane Harvey made its approach by way of the Coastal Bend.
“I had enough time to pack whatever could fit in my suitcases, paperwork. And my sister, I left everything else behind,” Setterbo stated.
Meaghan was not solely identified with melancholy and nervousness but in addition suffered a respiratory sickness — inflicting her to overlook a number of months of sophistication following the storm.
“There’s nothing I’ve experienced in my life that can compare to what it’s like to drive through your hometown and see it destroyed, demolished,” Setterbo stated.
Her grade level common considerably dropped, forcing her to face an educational dismissal. That’s when, she stated, she determined to make a recent begin for herself at Northeast Lakeview College in San Antonio.
Meaghan stayed lively by becoming a member of a number of golf equipment, organizations, and even volunteered on the Freeman Coliseum to assist the unaccompanied migrant youth arriving on the U.S. – Mexico border.
Her greatest pal, Dyhanara Rios, stated Meaghan’s resiliency and outgoing character conjures up others.
“She has a passion and an energy to bring out the best in people,” Rios stated.
Meghan’s former instructor and mentor, Mohsen Omaralso, stated the NLC graduate can sort out any problem that’s thrown her approach.
“She’s very adaptive in terms of living up to expectations and whatever is expected of her. She’s one of those students you are anxious to see what she’s going to do afterward,” Omaralso stated.
Meaghan’s subsequent step is transferring to Texas State University the place she is going to work in the direction of a bachelor’s in communication research together with a focus in interpersonal communication.
No matter the place life takes her, Rios says she is assured that Meaghan will do great issues in life.
“I have no doubt that she’s going to be success in her transfer to Texas State and everything that she pursues beyond that,” she stated.
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