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Natalie Briggs



Natalie Briggs is an Organizational Leadership and AccounEng double major, with minors in  Ethics and Prosperity and International Business. She is a member of the Honors College, Finance and Investment Club, Chinese Club, Women in Business, and a Hagan Scholar. She chose to be a Diversity Ambassador because she wants to foster a community where everyone is safe and free to express themselves how they would like. She hopes to be a trustworthy individual in which peers can rely on for help, as well as to give a friendly face to anyone who needs one. She hopes to make connections around WVU in which people from all backgrounds can find common ground and learn from one another. 

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