I’m a senior majoring in International and Area Studies with a
double major in French. I’m the co-president of Orchestrating
Diversity and I volunteer with KEYS. I love volunteering with
Orchestrating Diversity because it gives me the chance to help kids
learn and grow through music! Besides this program, I am also very
involved in my sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi.
I am thrilled to spend another year working hard as Co-President
of Orchestrating Diversity. As a senior double majoring in
elementary teacher education and political science, I have been a
proud member of Orchestrating Diversity since my freshman year and
currently volunteer as a Junior Urban Music Program (JUMP) music
literacy teacher and a flautist and woodwind assistant in the Urban
Youth Orchestra (UYO). Along with my involvement in Orchestrating
Diversity, I also serve on the executive board for The Washington
University Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international education
honors society, and as a student-teacher at The College School. I
look forward to sharing my passion for music education with another
incredible group of inspiring youth in St. Louis during this
upcoming season of Orchestrating Diversity!
I’m a junior studying psychology at WashU, and I volunteer with
JUMP and UYO. I absolutely love seeing the kids work together to
make music. It touches my heart every time they help each other
out, laughing together because they’re just having so much fun!
Outside of Orchestrating Diversity, I spend my time rock climbing,
composing music, and napping in my hammock as often as I can.
I am a junior majoring in genomics and computational biology and
anthropology with a minor in bioinformatics. I volunteer as a
student teacher for Junior Urban Music Program (JUMP) and work in
the administration for Orchestrating Diversity. I love seeing kids
share their favorite musical moments and have fun (and learn!)
while engaging in interactive lessons we coordinated. Outside of
OD, I conduct independent research in cardiovascular genetics at
MGI, read, watch Netflix, and hang out with my friends.
I’m a junior majoring in PNP (philosophy, neuroscience, and
psychology) and on the pre-med track. I’ve volunteered with the
KEYS program since my freshman year. I really enjoy being able to
share my love of playing piano (and also put all my years of
lessons to good use) to help kids learn how to play piano and
develop an interest in music. Besides OD, I’m a member of the
service fraternity APO, and I also volunteer with Synapse with the
Cerebral Palsy Sports Rehabilitation programs.
I’m an undeclared sophomore. I’m part of JUMP. I volunteer with
OD because I wish I had been introduced to music at a much younger
age and being able to give that to other kids is important to me. I
am involved with Ashoka’s Philanthropy and Social Awareness
Committee, I’m a Student Advisor for Dean McClelland, and I will be
a Student Technology Coordinator for Hurd next year.
I am a junior majoring in biology and minoring in music. I am
part of Junior Urban Music Program (JUMP). I volunteer with
Orchestrating Diversity because I want to positively impact the
appreciation for music and its performance in our communities. My
favorite part is having individual and small group violin lessons
with the kids. I also play viola in Symphony Orchestra and Chamber
Ensembles and am a student advisor.
I am a sophomore at WashU majoring in physics and computer
science. I am a part of JUMP because I love teaching other people
things that I enjoy, and I love music. Outside of Orchestrating
Diversity, I make computer programs in a quantum physics lab and
for my own personal enjoyment, and I love to hang out with friends.
Hi! I’m a sophomore studying Biology with a minor in
bioinformatics. Currently, I’m in the JUMP and KEYS, and what I
find most rewarding is the instrumental imaginative stories the
kids remind me of every time. Besides Orchestrating Diversity, I
could be found at the pool table, working for SUPR or personal
photo projects, or binge watching Arrested Development with club
I am a sophomore, majoring in Linguistics. I am a part of JUMP
because it feels rewarding to see the kids enjoying learning about
something that has had such a big influence in my own life. Besides
working in OD, I have my own KWUR radio show.
Although I have been a piano teacher since high school, the
students and families I work with in Orchestrating Diversity
through our KEYS program have brought a unique significance to my
life. Teaching my students has been the highlight of my week since
my freshman year of college! As Director of Philanthropy, I take
pride in discovering and collecting resources for our students and
teachers to enhance their music experience. Outside of music, I
study Cognitive Neuroscience, enjoy dabbling in art, and love being