Friday, February 23, 2018 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Speaker: Nicole Stalomir-Angell 

Many children, youths, and even adults of today endure bullying, negative comments, and peers constantly telling them they cannot achieve a goal, or demeaning them for their wild, ‘unachievable’ dreams. The aim of the presentation is to show young adults that being different is something to strive for, to be proud of, and to advertise. Show people that following the latest trends or adhereing to the standards of friends or celebrities should not be priority when living a life where one is determined to accomplish a goal or succeed in any kind of way. To succeed, to be noticed, to excel, you have to be different than the rest.

We will be covering these topics:

- Bullying
- Believing in yourself
- Staying focused and determined
- Researching, educating yourself and planning out how to achieve your goal
- Be different, and be proud of it

Bio: Nicole Stalomir-Angell is a senior year student at UCF, majoring in Biomedical Sciences. Plan to attend Medical school in order to become a cardiovascular surgeon. She has over 200 volunteering hours at various organizations and companies (such as Give Kids the World, Kissimmee, Florida) in different countries including England and Jamaica. She would love to share her techniques, knowledge and ambition to help inspire others.

Nicoles has 3 years of property management experience and also shadow one of the leading cardiologists in Orlando, at Orlando Regional Medical Center. Spending time with some of Florida’s brightest and most successful minds has provided Ms Stalomir with insight into how to be a leader, and how to be great at it. 


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