Amber Hopkins '06
B.A. Women's Studies; Indianapolis, Ind.
The Robert and Nancy Good Scholarship; School for International Training Study Abroad; Office of First-Year Programs - June Orientation Student Staff Coordinator; Women's Resource Center Worker; Young Summer Scholar; Women's Studies Department - Work Study; Office of Student Activities - Office Intern; Office of Campus and Residential Life - Resident Assistant; Office of Multicultural Affairs - Intern; Student of Color Orientation Ambassador; Office of Admissions - Host, Admissions Driver; A-TEAM Mentor and Tutor; Black Student Union - Freshman Foundation Executive Board Vice President, Executive Board, Minister of Records; Black Rhythms - Performance Participant, Program Coordinator and Chair; CommUNITY Fest - Planning Committee Member; Culture Jam - Hospitality Officer; La Fuerza Latina; Student Activities Council - Extracurricular Activities Panel, Homecoming Committee, Winter Formal Committee Member; The Adytum - Senior Ad Manager; The Denisonian - Feature Entertainment Writer; The Vagina Monologues - Performer; Women's Studies Committee Member, Board Student Liaison and Representative; Women's Resource Committee Member; World Dance - Performer; Safe Zone Facilitator; Softball Intramurals - Captain
Supporting comments: "Amber is one of the most grounded and positive young people on campus. Working in Admissions, she received raves reviews from all of the students and families she toured. It would be difficult to think of a more positive and impressive representative of our college than Amber Hopkins. Attaining that position is a testimony to her extraordinary ability to get along with all types of people and her exceptional maturity. A glance at Amber's resume is impressive on many fronts: the diversity of her involvements, the attainment of several major leadership positions, the trust of so many administrators on campus and her ability to absorb all of the wonderful opportunities our college offers, while completely avoiding any of the typical pitfalls prevalent for college students. Amber has been a true gift to the Denison community."