Meet Xochilt – Immersion 2017


Xochilt Bravo
Florida International University
Bachelors of Arts in Psychology

“When I think of PINC, I think of growth and empowerment along with the idea of opportunity. The captivating opportunity to learn about myself in an uncharted environment, both on a personal and professional level.” – Xochilt

• Which groups/sorority/organization are you currently affiliated with?
I am a proud alum of the Theta Gamma chapter of Phi Mu, where I had the pleasure of serving as sisterhood chair, which appointed me as the “go-to shoulder to lean on” and in charge of planning outings for the sisters. I also had the opportunity to be a member of our campus Alternative Breaks program, where I had the unforgettable experience of volunteering at an at-risk youth middle school in Atlanta, along with nine other FIU students. We also had the chance to wrap some Christmas presents at a local youth shelter! It was definitely one for the books.

• Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
10 years from now, I hope to be working in a field where I am able to help others. Although, if you were to ask me to give you specifics, I think we’d be here for a while. It’s all in the works!

• What are some of your bucket list items/places?
Well at the top of my list was skydiving, but I scratched that out this past summer. Now I’m trying to build up the courage to bungee jump. Also, I hope to get the chance to do a road trip across the U.S. or at least the west coast, either or would do.

• What is one of your proudest accomplishments to date?
One of my proudest accomplishments to date is graduating with my bachelor’s. I always dreamt of it, but when it finally happened and I walked across that stage, I felt like I could do anything I set my mind on. It was a pretty good feeling!

• If you could sit and have coffee with one celebrity dead or alive who would it be?
I’d like to sit down and chat with Audrey Hepburn. I think she was a very interesting person, on and off set. I mean, her movie roles were completely different from how she was in real life. If I could award her a trophy it would be something like “best all around”, she was a model, an actress, a fashion icon, but importantly a humanitarian. She never forgot to give back and that’s one of the things I admire the most about her.

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About the Author

Renee Walter is a graduate of Howard University where she studied Psychology and English. She is from Carmel, New York. In addition to endlessly pining away on Pinterest and YouTube, she enjoys reading and writing about brave heroines and lovestruck immortals. A deep love for language and adventure fuels her desire to study and teach in places like Germany, France, and South Korea.

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