My biggest accomplishment since coming to WashU is founding a 501(c)(3) nonprofit – Limitless Foundation! Limitless is a project I’ve been working on for over a year now, and I’m excited to have this opportunity to help fight for accessible and equitable healthcare.
Christine Nguyen enthusiastically shared one of her biggest successes since entering Washington University and the Beyond Boundaries Program. While unfortunately not being able to participate in extra-curricular on-campus activities due to the pandemic, Christine Nguyen has really made the most of her time at home in Edmond, OK. She has been able to focus on this passion of hers, the continuing development of the Limitless Foundation. As it states in her bio on the organization’s website, a meaningful part of the creation of this non-profit has been her desire to “keep her uncle’s legacy alive” and to make a difference in the community that “has been such a support network for her family.”
Over the summer Christine served as an Intern at The Conversationalist, a position in which she created online content for the startup. She also interned at Outvote, which works to “empower grassroots campaigning through scalable technology, and community organizing.” As Christine shares, “startups and startup consulting has been an exciting area for me, and is an area I may go into following university.” Camp Kesem and her work with Consult Your Community are additional places where Christine has devoted her time.
When Christine is on campus, she feels fulfilled with her connection and involvement in the university’s Catholic Student Center. She was recently elected to be the “Catholic Student Union Outreach Chair” and is “super excited to give back to this community.”
There is much to look forward to, and Christine is not letting anything slow her down. “The Beyond Boundaries program has given me such incredible opportunities that I wouldn’t have ever guessed were in my near future just a year ago.”