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While studying English and psychology at Gardner-Webb University, Lauren Quesenberry (’09) aspired to do more than talk about social justice principles. “As I pursued these courses, I was overwhelmed with the vast disconnect between academic discourse and activism,” Quesenberry shared. “I began to ask questions and seek opportunities to serve at the local domestic violence shelter, a pregnancy center, and other agencies.”
Calvary Women’s Services, case manager, Dr. June Hobbs, housing program, Lauren Quesenberry, social justice, Washington DC
Office of University Communications, "GWU Alum’s English and Psychology Studies Ignited a Passion to Help Others" (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 939.