School of Law
Members of the Black Law Students Association at the University of Virginia School of Law returned to Cape Town, South Africa, to aid residents displaced by apartheid for the organization’s annual service trip. Jasmine Alves ’19, Princelee Clesca ’20, Catherine Guerrier ’21, Lise Guerrier ’20, Moussa Ismail ’20, Toccara Nelson ’19, Alicia Penn ’19 and Doriane Nguenang Tchenga ’21 collectively volunteered 792 pro bono hours during their winter break in January.
Vivian (photographed with her husband and daughter above) arrived at Darden in August with the Class of 2020 and sat down with us to share a little bit about her experiences so far.
Asong Lekeaka (Class of 2019) serves as president of the Darden African Business Organization (DABO). When considering business school programs, Asong, originally from Cameroon, looked for the global attitudes and global academic experiences each school offered, as well as whether the schools had an African association or business club for students.