Whoa, there’s been a lot going on!
First off, my high school graduation was yesterday! Congratulations to the Fort Worth Country Day Class of 2012! It sure has been a ride, and I really couldn’t ask for a better graduating class. It’s off to be bigger and better things from here.
Also, the other day, I’ve had some pretty exciting speaking opportunities lately! From getting to give a keynote speech at the UNT Health Science Center where I did all my research to getting up in front of ovarian cancer survivors in Grapevine, TX as a part of the Teal Tally, it’s been such an honor to get to see all sides of what my work has affected – inspiring younger kid and hopefully making steps forever in taking care of those affected by the terrible disease of ovarian cancer.
Other than that, I’m headed off to Harvard this fall (finally committed), and I’m so excited to be interning this summer, traveling to CERN in Geneva, and, of course, judging the next Google Global Science Fair. Here we go.