Congratulations to our graduating seniors and thank you for your work with NeW! We are pleased to spotlight some of our outstanding chapter leaders and members.
Meet Kynda Alzoubi, member of NeW at George Washington Univerisity.
What were some of your favorite events that you participated in with NeW?
As much as I’d like to have my future all planned out, my last year of college has exposed that there are so many careers I want to pursue — with absolutely no idea exactly where to start. I enjoyed attending the NeW Spring Book Club with Dana Perino because Perino gave practical advice and assured me that I don’t have to be press secretary day one out of college. Everything good takes time, and so long as I’m taking baby steps in the right direction, I’m on the right path.
My chapter hosted a conversation with Amanda Robbins, which was a highlight. Robbins was a George Washington University alum with extensive experience, not only at the White House, but all around Washington — a true girl boss. Seeing her achieve bounds of success after pursuing a degree at the same university as me gave me real tangible evidence that success is within reach for me too.
What are your plans after graduation?
I will work in Washington, DC as an Associate at Marsh&McLennan, the world’s largest insurance broker. There, I will work in brokerage and risk advising with government, political, and commercial clients.
What advice would you give to a conservative woman starting college?
Do not be afraid to speak up! If you’re ever feeling defeated, conservative TikTok is a good refuge.
How has NeW impacted you and prepared you for your next steps?
NeW has introduced me to so many brilliant, like-minded women who have helped me gain confidence and fortitude in my beliefs.
Why is NeW important to you?
NeW is the REAL feminist movement. Miss me with that fourth-wave feminist-WAP “equality” because a conservative woman is the real epitome of what an intelligent, level-headed, strong woman looks like. NeW spreads that culture, and it’s much needed in America right now.
The Network of enlightened Women (NeW) provides premier opportunities for young conservative women like Kynda. Learn how to bring a Chapter of NeW to your campus today!