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Humans of Hofstra: Anna Kizito

Humans of Hofstra: Anna Kizito

“There’s so many careers now that weren’t careers like five years ago. You know the influencer industry, public relations and all the social media side of things. I literally don’t think my career is there yet, you know what I mean? When I came to Hofstra, I was an English major and I was like, OK I can be a lawyer, which is something I’m super passionate about and still might do. I could be in publishing. I could be a creative writer. At some point I [realized] I don’t want to be a writer, and I also thought, ‘I don’t want to be trapped in law school.’ I’m still super passionate about the things that I would go to law school for which is basically human rights and that whole section of things. If I were to be a lawyer, 10-year plan, I would definitely get involved in politics and human rights. [Political science] is my double major and it would definitely help lead my career into public policy. Congresswoman would be a hell of a title, but we’ll see. There’s a side of me that’s also super creative. Music has always been my whole life. So at some point this summer, I realized there’s no separating the two. I was trying to choose. Hofstra was my time to figure out what I’m more passionate about. Music and the arts or law, politics and academics. But there’s definitely a place where the two come together.

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Humans of Hofstra: Adriana Ricotonne

Humans of Hofstra: Adriana Ricotonne