Angel Quicksey (SF2013)

 

Placement: San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department – Environment, Health & Safety

My Hometown: Kirkland, WA

My Education: Claremont McKenna College, B.A. History

Selected Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, John E. Allen Merit Scholar (2008-2012), Mary & Richard Butler Study Abroad Scholar (2010), Center for Human Rights Leadership Fellow (2010), Berger Award for Outstanding Senior Woman (2012)

Selected Activities & Community Involvement: Member, Rotaract of the Claremont Colleges; Member, Director’s Advisory Committee, Center for Human Rights Leadership;

Why San Francisco is Important to Me: Though many cities claim vibrancy and vitality, San Francisco truly seems to be throbbing with energy as a center of technology, commerce and thought.  I love the concentration of talent, innovative ideas, new projects and, more importantly, strong values that set a model for the country at large in issues of equality, transportation, healthcare and more.

Something Unique about Me: I learned to tango in Argentina and have an unnatural amount of knowledge about Starbucks.

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