They represent four different universities and a whole lotta talent! Please welcome…

Stephanie Lilla is a senior at Gonzaga University and is majoring in Public Relations and double minoring in Communications and Sports Management. Atta’ girl! Stephanie spent her summer traveling to Africa for a whole month. After a great summer, she is now ready to start her internship and get some hands on experience! 

Stephanie will help manage communications for the literacy project, SuperKids, “I like to think of myself as a woman for others, a humanitarian, and I love revitalizing communities and people. This is exactly what we do for Great Shape! Inc.” 

Cuong Le is also a senior, majoring in Marketing and Communications at Whitworth University. Cuong will focus most of his time on iCare for Great Shape! Inc. He says, “I look forward to helping Great Shape! Inc. because I really believe in providing access to health care and education.” 

Cuong will take up any opportunity to try a new sport, whether it’s snowboarding or a Zumba class with friends. He loves to expand his horizons!

Keytra Wickenhauser could not be more excited to jump-start her internship while focusing on Great Shape! Inc.’s 1,000 Smiles project. She says, “I believe it is important for me to be involved in a humanitarian project because, we all play a role in what’s going on around us. Not only am I getting some hands on experience but I’m also changing lives.” 

Keytra loves to try new food, and travel to new places! She is a senior at Eastern Washington University, graduating in June with her major in Communications and Public Relations and minor in Sociology.

Graduation is right around the corner as well, for Austin Knight at University of Idaho. He’s earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in graphic and interaction design. Austin has been interning for Great Shape! Inc. and Let It Shine since this past summer. Austin gets a lot of this real-world experience in graphic and web design,” It is an amazing opportunity for me to apply my skills and talents towards a good charitable cause.” Austin just recently got married and he and his wife will graduate together in May 2012, congratulations Austin!

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