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Students Reflect On Meeting Local Philanthropist

“It only took two words for Kelly Tea ’15, ’17 M.S. to describe meeting local philanthropist Emily Tow Jackson: inspiring and relatable.

“Her passion for public service and her story of how she arrived to where she is today can be applied to anyone of any age, gender, or career path,” Tea said. “I feel very lucky to have met her.”

Tea was in the audience last week when Tow Jackson, executive director and board president of The Tow Foundation, a charitable organization that supports work in the areas of justice reform, medical research, higher education and cultural institutions, visited the campus to serve as the spring 2016 Bartels Fellow…”

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