Brickelle Bro '19, is a Political Science major with a focus in International Relations and Data Science. She is minoring in Human Rights. Brickelle plans to attend law school, where she wants to learn more about disability law. She hopes to become an international disability rights advocate, and help nations set up laws and policies that offer freedoms, protections, and basic human rights to disabled people. Brickelle is a double amputee, missing both her feet. Brickelle competed at both the London 2012 Paralympic Games, and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games as part of the US Swim Team. Brickelle has been involved with disability advocacy on Stanford Campus since her Sophomore year and is secretly a superhero.
Chloe Keilers '20, is a Computer Science major. She only recently declared her major after exploring many of her other passions at Stanford: Physics, Italian, Creative Writing, and Classics. Currently she is a Resident Computer Consultant (RCC) for Roble. Chloe is deaf, was mainstreamed, and wears two hearing aids. She loves to teach others about deafness and communication. She writes a blog, hearchloe.blogspot.com, for deaf and hard of hearing teens. She's from LA--the small town Los Alamos, NM--not the thriving metropolis by the Pacific. Her life goal is to expand her academic and personal experience, knowledge, and skills to better help others communicate and thereby improve their lives. And orange is her favorite color. Orange you glad you met her?
Anna Krakowsky '19, stay tune for more information.