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Hawa Diawara



Hawa Diawara is a Political Science major with a minor in Africana Studies. She is a Tour Leader at the WVU Visitors center and an active participant in the WVU Muslim Student Association and African Student Association. She decided to join the Diversity Ambassador Program because she believes that an inclusive campus community will foster diverse conversations and a safe space for students. She hopes to be a resource for her peers and help bring awareness to students seeking a sense of acknowledgment and visibility. To serve as a bridge between the university and the student body, fostering impactful change. 

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