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Kaitlyn Fitzgerald is a recent graduate of Barrett Honors College. She studied Global Studies, Business Public Policy and Arabic at Arizona State University. She dreams of a career in Social Entrepreneurship working with innovators to achieve maximum impact. Her journey in public service began in High School when she served as ESL coordinator at the Arizona Lost Boys Center, and has led her to establishing a scholarship program in Ghana, serving as director of ASU's Changemaker Central, attending the Clinton Global Initiatives University meeting, becoming a Harry S. Truman Scholarship finalist, participating in the Watson Institute Philadelphia, and working with refugees recently settled in the Phoenix area. 
"There is no right way to make a difference despite all of the wrong ways we are able to identify". Kaitlyn Fitzgerald talks about how leveraging strengths and lessons learned along the way can improve how we approach solving local and global problems.

w.p. carey magazine

school of business
arizona state university publication

PERSEVERANCE & PURPOSE:
STUDENTS WHO OVERCAME CHALLENGES DEDICATED
TO HELPING OTHERS

SPRING 2016 / WPCAREY.ASU.EDU

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learning to
make a difference

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Diversity & Democracy

social innovation & civic engagement
association of american colleges & universities

Setting Aside My Hero Complex

Summer 2016, Vol. 19, No. 3

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