KILN leaders (left to right): Sonia (Chiamaka) Okorie, ’17; Abiola Lawal, ’17; Helen Au, ’18; Hana Chung, ’17; Marialena Montijo, ’19; Martina DeSimone, ’18; (not pictured, Kathryn Davie, ’19)

The 2016-2017 KILN Leadership Council (KLC) serves as a group of seven undergraduate students in the School of Nursing to represent the students’ thoughts and concerns in the KILN community. Our main purpose is to help facilitate relationships between the faculty and the students, but also, to foster a closer community within the larger nursing class. This year, our main goal is to encourage active participation among students, provide more opportunities for developing relationships and networking, and work as liaisons with the KILN faculty and leaders.

– Hana Chung (’17)