ASB Student Coordinators
Lauren Wilson, Graduate Intern
Lauren Wilson is a first year graduate student in the Higher Education Master’s program. Hailing from Crossett, AR, she completed her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at the U of A in 2011. Lauren currently holds a GA position in the Office of Diversity Programs in the Sam M. Walton College of Business. In her spare time, Lauren chases after and cuddles with her 1-year-old daughter, Gabriela; volunteers at Fayetteville Public Library; and enjoys reading and artsy-crafty things.
Quiana Jenkins, Undergraduate Intern
Quiana Jenkins is a junior obtaining a B.A. in Management and a minor in African American Studies. She is the president of the NAACP at the U of A and is a member of Student Support Services, Leadership Walton, and Black Graduate Student Association. Her goals include obtaining her M.B.A. with an emphasis in Organizational Effectiveness from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Afterwards, she plans to open her own consulting firm that will help companies, and young people from low-economic areas, achieve their goals.
Emily Finch, Student Coordinator
Emily Finch, originally from Abingdon, MD, transferred to the U of A this fall to continue her education in Human Development and Family Sciences. After a few years in community college, Emily decided to take a year off and serve in AmeriCorps, which gave her the opportunity to travel and serve in communities throughout the south. One of her biggest dreams is to earn her master's degree from the Clinton School of Public Service to help her further pursue a career with the Corporation for National and Community Service.
Brittany Mitchell, Student Coordinator
Brittany Mitchell is a psychology/pre-dental major from Conway, AR. After graduating from the U of A, she plans to attend dental school. An outgoing person, she loves to shop, eat, sleep, and sing! And she couldn’t go a day without dancing! She is a proud Razorback, and her motto is simply, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. -Phillipians 4:13". She has lived by that motto for as long as she can remember because she believes anything is possible.
Mirelle Pierini, Student Coordinator
Mirelle Pierini is originally from Maumelle, AR. She traveled to Elaine with ASB last Spring Break and immediately fell in love with the culture and the people they found there. After graduating in Spring 2012 with a degree in economics and a minor in French and African American studies, she will move to Oklahoma to pursue a career in non-profit management. In her spare time she loves volunteering at the Fayetteville Animal Shelter, reading, and going to the movies.