Profiles in Global Engagement

Priya Gupta ’13

“Learning to step outside of my comfort zone became my first step to being a leader”
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Jomaira Salas ’13

"The global education I am receiving at Bryn Mawr will be especially useful as the world becomes more interconnected.
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Lakshmi Somasundaram ’13

"Our institution really trusts the student body and values our input."

Tsega Mekonnen Meshesha ’13

"Every day I feel like I’m learning something new about myself that is going to make me a better leader."

Antonia Kerle ’11

"I have no doubt that after graduation my classmates will go on to make positive changes around the world."

James Wright

"Bryn Mawr women have led the international movement to preserve cultural property in its original context."

Maya Ajmera ’89

"Bryn Mawr encourages young women to step into places where no one has been before."

Isel Kanelly Otero-Vera ’12

"Living in such an internationally diverse environment has expanded my sense of community."

Mary Johnson Osirim

"Bryn Mawr is training a generation of world leaders."

Drew Gilpin Faust ’68

"Noticing your life, reflecting upon it, is perhaps the most valuable thing that a liberal-arts education equips you to do."

Drew Gilpin Faust, class of 1968, President of Harvard University

"Noticing your life, reflecting upon it, is perhaps the most valuable thing that a liberal-arts education equips you to do."