Graduation Stories: Meghan Montelibano-Gorman
We asked graduates to share their journey to graduation. Here is what Meghan Montelibano-Gorman (Organizational Leadership) had to say in her own words…
I’ve experienced tremendous change during my graduate studies, both on a personal and professional level. Managing full time work and graduate school in addition to “life” had it’s challenges, and I am thankful to my husband, my family, my advisors and faculty who have unconditionally supported me.
I will be the first in my family to earn a master’s degree! As a proud daughter of immigrants, my parents instilled in me a passion for social justice and servant leadership. I am forever grateful of the privilege of earning my M.S in Organizational Leadership from the University of Denver, and I hope to leverage this privilege to build a more inclusive and equitable world.
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