|A few minutes with student tutor Shani Blevins|
September 28, 2004
Shani Blevins, an ambitious double major in accounting and corporate
finance, has her sights clearly set on a corporate career. She is the
president of the greater San Francisco chapter of the National Association
of Black Accountants. But Blevins has much more than balance sheets on
her plate. She tutors peers in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP),
is finance officer for the EOP student organization, conducts research
on breast cancer, and serves as a residential adviser in the Summer Bridge
program. Nevertheless, this community-minded 21-year-old still finds
time to hang with friends in her hometown of Richmond or at her favorite
restaurant, TGI Friday's on Jack London Square.
Why did you choose to attend SFSU?
But as the years progressed and I became more aware of the cultural environment at SF State, I'm so happy that she made me stay because I'm really, really relaxed. It's like a home to me now. I feel really comfortable with people, all the things I'm involved in now that I had no idea I'd be involved in.
What was your first job?
What inspires you?
What is the last movie you saw?
Name a guilty pleasure of yours.
What person, dead or living, would you like most to meet?
What is your favorite quote?
-- Matt Itelson
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