“ACE will allow me to experience a new culture firsthand and to make a positive impact kids’ lives. I will create many lasting friendships and learn leadership skills in an incredibly unique way. I am so grateful for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”
Sarah Nelson’s past experience with service includes participating in the National Charity League, Habitat for Humanity, and Shining Stars where she served kids with mental disorders in high school. At Duke, she works with the Duke Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald house, TROSA, and OCEANS, and also helped in the Duke Women and Girls in Sports Day. She is also an ACTION mentor for freshmen student-athletes, participates in LEAD, and is part of Athletes in Action, a Christian student organization on campus.