Her passion lies within alternative learning such as, Kahn Academy, the Cosmos, and NPR’s Radio Lab and Science Friday.She hopes to promote women in leadership and more specifically women in STEM fields.Her family is scattered through Nepal, US, New Zealand and Canada.
She sits as the Vice-President for Educational Affairs on Grand Valley’s Student Senate, and as the President of Women in STEM Fields at GVSU.
She also works in the Office of Student Life as a leadership programmer.
She worked for two years as an adviser before deciding to pursue her Masters.
She is currently working as a Graduate Assistant at the Dean’s office at Seidman College of Business.
This internship has brought her into Zaatari Refugee camp, the largest Syrian refugee camp in Jordan, and introduced her to the individuals working tirelessly to assist persons in need.
Simultaneously, Leah is still working on increasing her proficiency in Arabic, while simultaneously completing her thesis on Water Scarcity and Refugee Populations in Northern Jordan.
He is entering his 4th year at Grand Valley State Univeristy.
Ollie is native to Dearborn, Michigan, and was offered a scholarship to play football at GVSU.
Leah Beaulac – Biology Leah is a biology major with minors in Arabic and Middle Eastern studies.
As a student, she was an e-board member of the Model Arab league, a member of the Arab Cultural Club, and volunteered for events with both the Environmental Coalition and the Helen Devos Children’s Hospital.
As a volunteer, she played learning games with the boys, assisted them with their homework, and chaperoned special events.