University and Study Focus: Leiden University College The Hague; Governance, Economics and Development
Tell us a little about yourself.
I am a first year, Honors student at LUC the Hague. I love being part of small communities, which strive for the same goals.
What motivated you to be a part of WIL?
The idea of meeting experienced women and their job and life expertise with young adults on the threshold of “real” life seemed really appealing to me. I found the endeavor of taking part in WIL enriching for both my personal and academic life!
What is a question (academic, personal, social, etc.) that you are currently trying to answer?
At this point of my life I am trying to be at peace with myself, so most of my questions are how this can be achieved, especially with the great influence of the outer world.
What has been one of the most impactful experiences in your life?
Going studying abroad has been a big step in my growing up as individual.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Wherever, but enjoying life, as I do now!
What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Stay true to yourself! It probably sounds like a cliché phrase, but it was only recently that I had grasped what it really entails!
What is one way you would like to help or offer support for other WIL members?
I believe every WIL member can contribute with its individuality and way of perceiving the obstacles facing our community. I see myself as an encouraging person, who can mentally support its fellow members and overall community.