“I’ve enjoyed hearing the diverse viewpoints and the ways in which people think about varying topics. My housemates have pushed me to understand things from another viewpoint and meet people where they are sometimes.”
A graduate of The College of Wooster, D’Khorvillyn majored in International Relations. D’Khorvillyn was a Girl Scout from age 3 until her Senior year in high school. The highest award one can achieve as a Girl Scout is the Girl Scout Gold Award, and, determined to meet the criteria to achieve this award, she created a nonprofit organization called WARM Love. This organization helped her recognize the importance of having a positive impact on the community around you. She is passionate about education, social services, and community development. D’Khorvillyn’s hobbies include poetry, debate, rugby, and learning about the Hispanic/Latino community. D’Khorvillyn is a part of the Northside cohort and serves at Brother’s Brother Foundation. D’Khorvillyn was interviewed by Adam Gerard.
Adam: How has PULSE inspired you to live/think/act differently?
D’Khorvillyn: PULSE has given the opportunity to fight for the change I want to see and make it happen.
Adam: What have you enjoyed most about living in community? How have you and your housemates pushed/encouraged one another?
D’Khorvillyn: I’ve enjoyed hearing the diverse viewpoints and the ways in which people think about varying topics. My housemates have pushed me to understand things from another viewpoint and meet people where they are sometimes.
Adam: What have you enjoyed most about your nonprofit partnership?
D’Khorvillyn: I’ve loved learning about the nonprofit field as it relates to international work as well as being challenged with different projects.
Adam: How do you like to spend your morning and evening commute?
D’Khorvillyn: Enjoying the views.
Adam: What are three words you would use to describe your PULSE year so far?
D’Khorvillyn: The Burgess Bunch