Seven UW Bothell students in Husky 100

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Seven University of Washington Bothell students are among the 2018 Husky 100 — an honor that recognizes undergraduate and graduate students from all three UW campus who make the most of their college experience. 

Husky 100 students are acclaimed for “connecting the dots” between classroom learning and experience. They engage in community-based projects, internships and study abroad opportunities. They are recognized for their innovation, commitment to inclusivity, capacity for leadership and academics. 

In its third year, being chosen for the Husky 100 was very competitive, with more than 1,700 nominations and nearly 600 applications. As part of this prestigious group, students receive more career-boosting opportunities to expand networks with alumni, faculty, staff and business leaders. 

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Fahad AlshehriFahad Alshehri

junior, computer science and software engineering 

Alshehri values the one-on-one relationships he’s enjoyed with professors. He extends the same attention to the students he helps as a teaching assistant. “We make sure students get the most out of their computer science and software engineering experience.” 

 

 

Lisa FryettLisa Fryett

senior, society, ethics and human behavior 

Fryett worked for more than 18 years at Boeing, becoming a project manager in engineering before returning to college. Fryett (Blackfeet) served as a voice for greater support for Native students and for a curriculum that recognizes contemporary as well as historical Native communities.   

 

 

Tanya KumarTanya Kumar

senior, dual major: educational studies; law, economics and public policy

Student body president in 2016-17, Kumar also worked as a cybersecurity intern with T-Mobile, made two trips to India to support stakeholders in gender equality and participated in UW Bothell’s Washington, D.C., Human Rights Seminar. School support “helped drive me places I could have never imagined.”

 

Allison PaceAllison Pace

senior, community psychology 

Pace worked as an adviser in career services and co-founded the student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management. “I wanted to live on campus, work on campus, go to school on campus. If I was going to be here for two years, I wanted to maximize my time.” 

 

 

Leah ShenLeah Shin

junior, dual major: business administration; interactive media design

Student body vice president, intern at T-Mobile and creator of a multimedia startup to give Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders a platform to express themselves, Shin is on a mission to help diversify the marketing world. “I dream to be the first person in my family to earn an MBA.” 

 

Avi SochaAvi Socha

senior, law, economics and public policy 

Socha has tried to spend as much time as possible exploring the world. He volunteered with a nonprofit in South Africa, interned at the U.S. Embassy in Rome and served as a legislative intern in Olympia. “The best way a student can enrich their Husky experience is to get out of the classroom.”  

 

Warisha SoomroWarisha Soomro

junior, pre-major

A class senator in student government, study abroad traveler and member of Muslim and Pakistani student clubs, Soomro said her most impactful experience was as a CEO student ambassador with the Business & Organization Leadership Development program. “Every step of the way I internalized the lessons about mindset and grit.”