Chalaun Lomax, a senior at Washington University, will be joining Great Rivers as an intern for the spring semester! Originally from West Chester, Ohio, Chalaun is double majoring in history and anthropology. Chalaun has previously completed internships with the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and Washington University’s Office of Alumni and Development. She has also researched gender representation in the United States Foreign Service and has completed an externship at the Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. She is so excited to work with Great Rivers this semester, and we are equally excited to have her working with us!
At Washington University, Chalaun is a staff reporter for the student newspaper, as well as a mentor in Strive for College, an organization that connects aspiring college students with free, one-on-one, online mentoring through the entire college admissions and financial aid application process. As an executive board member of Strive for College, Chalaun co-leads a classroom of high school juniors and guides them through curriculum preparing them for the college application process. She serves as a member of both the Student Conduct Board and the Undergraduate Council and is currently a member of the Campus Interview Team at WU Office of Undergraduate Admissions.