An insight into a journey of communication and the challenges that come with it.
Kayla is a senior from New York with a huge passion for law, business, literature and politics. She also enjoys tutoring, volunteering with her local community board as a youth representative, helping provide students leadership skills and opportunities through her position as secretary with Power the Youth and providing informational graphics through positions with other organizations. She is the president and founder of the Lawyer Connection Club and works to facilitate connections within the legal community. All in all, she’s excited to continue to develop her writing style and be more creative in working with Girls Write Now!
Memoir & Personal Essay, Mystery & Suspense and Fantasy & Sci-Fi
Favorite Authors & Artists
Leigh Bardugo, Madeline Miller, Victoria Schwab
My work this year was deeply focused on a reflection of myself, my identity and my idealized future. When viewing the term “college essay” or “cover letter’, it’s easy to lose focus on the aspects of individualism each piece of writing has in favor of keeping up professional appearances. But for me, both works heavily focused on how I viewed myself and how I would like the reader to perceive me. In all, I wanted to convey the importance of being yourself no matter the setting you’re in.