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    Cody counsels students from the following states:

    Alaska, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia

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    Originally from Oceanside, California, Q earned her bachelor’s in international studies from the University of Utah and her master’s in community leadership from Westminster.

    Her time as a student and staff member at Westminster has pushed her to be a critical thinker in everything she does. Above all, Q loves that the Westminster community is filled with like-minded people who challenge her daily. She wants incoming students to know that they “don’t need to have their lives all figured out coming into college—most people don’t! College is designed for discovery—especially self-discovery. Just take your time and be open to exploring outside of your comfort zone.”

    Q’s time outside of work includes enjoying the four seasons—something she never had growing up in Southern California.

    "Unashamedly, my mom is my hero! She inspires me to work hard regardless of circumstance, to have courage despite my doubts, and to love wholly even in a world filled with hate. I’m my best version of myself because of her."

    Quincey counsels students from the following states:

    Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin

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    Valentina counsels students from the following states:

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    Alexa came to Utah from Lexington, Kentucky, and has a bachelor’s in international studies from Centre College. She was drawn to Salt Lake’s proximity to the mountains and national parks. 

    Alexa admires Westminster’s liberal arts environment and is inspired by the high school students she works with daily, “[they] are speaking out, challenging the status quo, and impacting their communities in so many unique ways. It’s exciting.” She challenges incoming students to take advantage of the new perspectives of a liberal arts education: “Join a club or take a course that is completely different from anything you've done before. Better yet, try something that you're afraid of!”

    When she’s not working with incoming students or visiting high schools, you can find Alexa enjoying the many dogs all around campus.

    "I’m a PADI-certified scuba diver, a rock climber, and I’ve traveled to over 40 countries." 

    Alexa counsels students from the following states:

    Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Deferral Students AL, AR, CA, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, TX

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    Utah counsels students from the following states:

    Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Utah