Empathy: Empathy is one of the most important qualities that we, as a society, heavily overlook. A testament to its ability to allow us to make connections, create relationships, and add purpose and meaning to our lives.
Celebrating Inclusion Week: Celebrating Inclusion Week and remembering that there is strength in unity and the experiences of women.
Balancing: Dealing with embarrassment and learning how balance the anxiety that comes with it.
Choosing to Win: Life offers breaking points, and we need to determine if we let those cripple our forward movement or embolden us to rebuild our foundation through honest, painful, and empowering introspection.
Embracing the Quarter-Life Crises: A talk on identity and what defines you at this moment. Your identity will change, but embracing these identity crises are what make us who we are.
A Story I Never Dare to Share: How food became a problem and how I faced it.
The Grace of Effort: How we can gain strength from learning to take ownership of our own skills and confidence.
Letting Go of Control: Everyone has a part of their life they hold on to for control which holds them back or creates unnecessary stress and obstacles. This chapel talk is about how I learned to learn to live my life to create lasting memories.
Heroes Among Us: How ordinary people do extraordinary things, and what their heroism can mean in our own lives.
Summary of Evolve Beyond What is Expected of You: Instead of asking why you deserve Hill, ask yourself why does Hill deserve you?
The Flipside: A series of anecdotes challenging the negative connotation around change. How our world sees crisis as the ultimate negative development instead of an opportunity to change into something better, more balanced, and fairer.
On Community: A talk on the value and values of our community here at The Hill, ‘built together’ by one thousand hands.
Your One Life: Why is it so important to live your life with the knowledge that you only have one shot on Earth? It's often not who you are inside, but what you do that will define you. This is your life, and everyone else is taken. Use your time meaningfully.
Being Enough: A talk about finding self-worth despite any circumstance.
Roots and Radicals: Family traditions and expectations often shape what we believe, who we are, and what we do. For some, that is comforting. For others, it is stifling. The journey of self-discovery calls us to bravely find our own truth as we embrace life’s complexities.
Which memories do you draw upon that shape your sense of confidence, responsibility, and gratitude?