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Joe Cullen Profile

Published by pet6@duke.edu
Joe Cullen is a senior on the Cross Country and Track Team at Duke. He is double majoring in Economics and Psychology with a concentration in Finance. ACE in Place allowed Joe to learn about the ethics of service and also highlighted the importance of adaptability within the context of service, and more broadly, our world. Joe, who is from Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, hopes to combine what he learned about ethics and service with ACE in Place to enjoy a more purposeful and helpful career.
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Eve Micco Profile

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Eve Micco is a senior on the Stanford Women's Gymnastics Team. She is studying management science and engineering with a concentration in operations and data analytics. Eve participated in the first ever year of ACE in Place. This offered her a unique ACE experience and provided her with the opportunity to learn more about ethical service, meet other ACE participants, and more. She also participate in the ACE GVI prototype and was excited to help navigate and learn more about virtual service. She is hoping to share her experience with teammates and other student athletes to encourage them to learn more about ACE.
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Published by Vale Saavedra
Michaela is a junior on the Stanford Women’s Tennis Team and is majoring in Science, Technology, and Society with a minor in International Relations. Her passion for learning about new cultures as well as her interest in pursuing international service work led her to apply to the ACE program, where she made unforgettable memories serving in the Zola township with her fellow Duke and Stanford student-athletes. She especially loved working with women within the township and seeing their passion for learning shine in computer classes and first aid training. Michaela is incredibly grateful to have had this experience in South Africa and is looking forward to building upon this service work in her local community. View Michaela's ambassador profile.
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Isabella Duan is a junior on the Light-Weight Rowing Team. She is majoring in Human Biology and pursuing a career in medicine. After running an English and sports summer camp in Shangri-La, China, she returned to campus to lead an after-school erging program that unites middle school students behind an appreciation for physical activity and teamwork. Additionally, her experiences abroad have inspired her to inform the Stanford community about global health opportunities and challenges through her role as the Community Chair of the Global Health Student Council. In her everyday life, she continues to integrate what she learned two summers ago about her athletic, racial, and cultural identity and the importance of self-love and vulnerability. Her goal this year as an ACE ambassador is to strengthen the relationships between ACE participants from past to present to future and from Asia to Africa to South America! View Isabella's ambassador profile.
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