Student Profile: Kendall Wells, C'2015
This summer, Spelman College senior Kendall Wells served as a summer intern at the Executive Office of the President in Washington, D.C. She worked in the Office of the Chief Information Officer in Records Management.
Wells recently served as a speaker at the 2014 International Women’s Forum in Atlanta. The event will brought together more than 700 of the world’s top women leaders from more than 30 countries to discuss human rights, and featured Board Chair Rosalind Brewer, C’84, president and CEO of Sam’s Club; civil rights activist and retired Spelman faculty member Christine King Farris, C’48; and Andrea Barnwell Brownlee, C’93, director of the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art.
A Spelman College Social Justice Fellow, Wells also serves as Spelman Student Government Association special events director, an assistant at the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and an Impact team member at Abercrombie & Fitch.
Following graduation, Wells plans to study environmental law and work to achieve environmental justice for underserved communities.