Join Moriah Kofsky as she interviews Tiana, a current student at Georgetown, about their admissions story!
Tiana Holston is a junior at Georgetown University, studying government with a double minor in psychology and education, justice, and inquiry studies. She is originally from Augusta, Georgia, but she graduated high school in Stafford, Virginia, #10 out of over 400 students in her graduating class. She is a first generation student, a proud member of the Community Scholars Program and the Georgetown Scholarship Program. She was awarded the Patrick Healy Scholarship for the 2019-2020 school year. She is a member of the Hoya Blue Diamonds, a community service based dance team on campus. She also has a lot of experience working for the Center for Social Justice in DC Reads, the After School Kids Program, and co-led the Criminal Justice Immersion Trip for the Alternative Break Program (March 2020). Outside of school, she enjoys trading/investing in the foreign exchange market, where she is also an independent business owner. She is also a fellow, volunteering for a school board political campaign for Luisa Santos, who graduated from Georgetown University. Something about me that I value is that I am Christian, and I give God credit for where I am today.
Undergrad College: University of Pennsylvania '19
Major: English and Women’s Studies
Work Experience: I'm passionate about merging storytelling, psychology, and spirituality to co-create experiences that transform people. In addition to advising students with CollegeVine, I work as a life coach and freelance writer.