Grace is a senior at Waynflete High School and co-president on GAB this year. She loves the Head and the Heart, chocolate, ice cream, and creative writing. She spends her free time as Chief Editor of the Literature Magazine, and advocating for suicide prevention and destigmatizing mental health issues at the Yellow Tulip Project. She also enjoys volunteering regularly with small children, helping them develop cognitive and educational skills. She brings her passion for working with children and advocating for the rights of all people of all walks of life into GAB as well as onto her position on the Hardy Girls Board of Directors.
Five Questions with Grace
Favorite book: The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison
Woman (dead or alive) to have dinner with: Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche
Favorite feminist anthem: Bills, bills, bills by Destiny’s Child
Favorite place to go on a feminist rant: At dinner with my extended family correcting their patriarchal and tradition conversation. I won’t have seen them for years, but I’ll never be afraid to call them out.
Perfect day (in one sentence): Chocolate chip pancakes, cloudless sky, Lake Street Drive, moleskin journal and sandy toes.