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Uploaded on Aug 5, 2011

WRIGHT STATE CHANGING LIVES:

"I took nothing but the baby's stuff and my clothes. Everything else in my apartment stayed behind. I packed up my mom's little station wagon and we left. From that point on, my focus was so intense. My psychology classes were very healing for me, making me a better parent. Having my degree was my freedom, my insurance. Once I completed my degree, there was no turning back. No one could take it from me. Breaking the cycle of abuse is probably my greatest accomplishment, and Wright State helped me do that. Now, I'm getting ready for my son to start school here. I am so proud of him and of the path that led us to where we are now. I have no regrets."

—Gina Stough-Walker, '95 B.A. Psychology
Senior Equal Employment Opportunity Specialist, FirstGroup America, Inc.
Lead Vocalist, Son del Caribe

For more information, please visit: http://www.wright.edu/changinglives

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