Natasha Wilson considers herself an active member of the Millersville University community as a student leader.
Wilson, a senior psychology major with a minor in criminology, currently serves as vice president for the NAACP College Chapter at Millersville University, treasurer for the Black Student Union, a chairperson on the Campus Safety Committee with Student Services, Inc., and a chairperson on the Senior Gift Committee. On top of all that, she is a member of the Multicultural Outreach Team (designed to assist with student panels and tours for perspective freshmen) and the Collegiate Leadership and Development Program – all while managing five on-campus jobs.
Once in the “real world,” Wilson has her sights set on law school. She even has plans post-law school, which include establishing herself as an attorney, using her experience in the field of psychology, while working with criminals for analytical purposes and compiling the data into a published book.
“I was once told ‘people would rather hear about finding yourself than how you lost yourself. Realize who you are and your PURPOSE.’ These words have been the driving force behind my success at Millersville University. I appreciate each word from the quote and apply them to my every day journey,” said Wilson.