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Karina Karbo-Wright

 Peer Inclusion Educator Intern

Peer Inclusion Educator Intern

  • Where do you call home?
    • Minneapolis. MN
  • What do you do at Northwestern?
    • Major: African American Studies; minors: Spanish, Legal Studies, Sociology
    • work at the Writing Place and BrewBike (in addition to SJE)
  • What groups/committees/communities are you a part of at NU?
    • BlackBoard Student Publication
    • SD
    • ASG
    • NU community not cops
    • SAW participant and counselor
    • B. burlesque
  • What are you passionate about?
    • Karina is so incredibly passionate about liberation and solidarity across marginalized and centered identities. She loves singing and continues her passion and practice of it after choosing to end her major. Karina also loves learning about the universe and space.
  • What are some moments/accomplishments/projects you have been proud of?
    • completing a self-driven research project
    • winning an award for a school paper
    • working at SJE
    • creating my SJE booster session
  • Where can you be found around campus?
    • in scott, kresge, or the lakefill
  • What do you like to do in your spare time?
    • She spends most of her free time watching TV shows and movies (especially Marvel). In two years, she and her best friend have completed together: the Infinity Saga (Marvel) (her 100th time watching it), Harry Potter, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, X-Men, The Hunger Games, The Dark Knight trilogy, and the Justice League films.
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