Rose Brown is a junior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is double majoring in Business Management with a focus on Organizational Management and Psychology. She is an intern for the University Professional Internship Program and works as a Director of the Volunteer Outreach Leadership Panel. She currently coordinates and oversees hundreds of volunteer opportunities and service projects. She has most recently created the platform “Feeding America-America’s Move to Stop Poverty and Food Insecurity.” Within this initiative she leads college tours for those that are homeless, suffering food insecurity, or currently living in poverty. Those who attend these college tours receive free business cards, attend workshops on professionalism and goal setting, and receive a certificate at the end of their tour for their completion of this portion of the program. Not only do the participants get a taste of college life and learn about their resources, they are reminded ultimately they can do anything they put their mind to. In addition, within this initiative she coordinates beauty pageants at local women’s shelters. These beauty pageants remind the women they are extraordinary, capable of doing anything they put their mind to, and that their circumstance does not define who they are as a person. Furthermore, within this initiative she coordinates and leads birthday parties at local group homes, orphanages, and foster homes. These parties serve as a platform to remind the kids they are special and loved. Currently Rose holds three presidential positions on campus and is a member of five honor societies. She looks forward to pursuing graduate school and earning a PhD in Organizational Behavior. She aspires to become a professor and continue her efforts as a humanitarian and philanthropist.