At Dartmouth Kerr embraced situations in which she was surrounded by individuals who were completely different from her. In the process she found an appreciation for all things diverse, as well as a sense of being grounded, fun-loving, and full of humor.
MAKING A MARK
What started out as a small conversation one night in Collis between Kerr and her friends became an annual, campus-wide event called "Speak Out," a forum for giving voice to the experiences of sexual assault survivors and all of those who are impacted. Now Kerr helps foster community between and among the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Allied (GLBTQA) alumni/ae of the College as President of DGALA.
IN HER OWN WORDS
"I feel a deep connection to Dartmouth as a place; an institution with a lengthy, and varied, history; a community filled with interesting, passionate, diverse individuals; and a college and community that still has unrealized potential."
Last Updated: 5/5/13