We’re still here: Savannah Jane Walford ’20

Savannah Jane Walford ’20 of Waldo, Wisconsin, will be seeking a job in church work or in the nonprofit field after she graduates in May. She is a religion major with a minor in nonprofit management.

She says the most important lesson she learned at Ripon College is “to try new things and take on leadership roles whenever the opportunity presents itself.”

During the off-campus end to the semester, Walford says, “I’m trying my best to stay positive and to connect with friends whenever possible.”


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