Senior Spotlight: Molly Rogers, NeW at Belmont University

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 Molly Rogers, Outreach Director of NeW at Belmont University.

What were two of your favorite events that you participated in with NeW?
The Co-Sponsored Debate Watch Party our chapter held with Turning Point Nashville and a brunch event our chapter hosted with Victoria Robinson.

What are your plans after graduation? 
I would love to work in the music industry!

What advice would you give to a conservative woman starting college?
Be open-minded during your first year because you are going to be bombarded with information that is negative toward conservatives. Stay strong and try to find others who think like you as soon as possible so that your experience is much more enriching.

How has NeW impacted you and prepared you for your next steps?
It has provided me with a strong community of women in the city that I plan to live in after I graduate. Having a leadership role in my club has also helped me grow more as a leader. These skills will be transferred easily into a new job after college.

Why is NeW important to you?
It is so important for women to support other women, especially young conservative women. Life is already hard enough when every institution is constantly putting us down. We don’t need our college experience to be the same way. I hope NeW continues to grow in Tennessee and all over the country because this is a movement everyone should get behind. I love NeW so much, and I am so thankful I was a part of it for my last year in school!

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