“I want to be a changemaker”
Cheryl Rozinski ’16 is a business administration major from Lansdale, Pennsylvania with four minors: economics, theology, faith-justice studies, and justice and ethics in the law. After graduation, she is headed to New York City for a public policy advocacy fellowship with Good Shepherd Services, a youth-and-family-focused mission. During her time at SJU, Cheryl was a weekly service intern for campus ministry and a member of the Rape Education Prevention Program. She was a student leader in the University’s Winter Immersion Program to El Paso, Texas, and served as a Hawk Host and a resident assistant. This past semester, she also worked as an IT intern for Project HOME, was a member of academic honor societies Beta Gamma Sigma and Theta Alpha Kappa and served on the executive board of the University’s chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu, the national Jesuit Honor Society. Before she heads off on her next mission and begins her career as a “changemaker,” Rozinski’s final act on Hawk Hill will be to deliver the 2016 undergraduate commencement address. To read more about her story, click here.