We’re continuing our leadership series and our group member Jenlyn has shared a little bit about herself! Read about her accomplishments, goals, and zombie apocalypse plans below! If you are interested in telling us about the things that make you a leader, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Jenlyn Meyers and I currently attend the University of North Texas with an interest in multicultural psychology. Coming from a diverse background in which my maternal grandfather, a second-generation immigrant from Mexico, married a white Cajun woman from Louisiana really sparked my interest in the differences and similarities between cultures on an individual level. I hope to take my training and apply it to a practice in Counseling with diverse individuals and their families. Currently I am finishing up a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with minors in Spanish and Behavior Analysis.
helping with widespread information to help people succeed in their personal lives. By joining with NTKO, I hope to apply my leadership experience to spread our message in important ways. Since I’ve been in the North Texas area my entire life, I’ve been able to see it go from being a desolate, but lush grassland into a bustling metropolis with many unique and diverse people to meet and places to go to.
|You can rent equipment in the Outdoor Pursuits
office in the UNT recreation center. Prices
are inexpensive for students.
Unfortunately this also means that the number of nearby peaceful outdoor areas has dwindled, but I’ve luckily been able to get reconnected to the outdoors while attending college by joining the Outdoor Pursuits group on my campus in which we rent out equipment and go on adventure trips that are chaperoned by a very knowledgeable and friendly staff. I think taking breaks like this to learn more about the outdoors in a practical setting has been very therapeutic for me because I’m far away from stressors that come with my everyday life, and I think everyone can benefit from it.