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Emma Kate Hall

Political Science, Pre-Law

Biography

Emma Kate Hall developed a love for public service through club involvement at Lebanon High School. She was a member of student council, where the dedication and diversity of its members inspired her to serve her community both on- and off-campus. By her senior year, she was Student Body President, a Student School Board Member, and an officer of Youth in Government. In these positions, she witnessed the positive impact of dedicated public servants, and she felt it was her calling to serve in a similar way. In her spare time, she serves as a sign language interpreter, teaches pre-school at her church, and supports her Community Help Center which provides food, clothing, and other necessities to families in Wilson County. Emma Kate intends to earn a law degree and eventually run for U.S. Senate where she can pursue her passion for public service by representing communities like her own.


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