Adewonuola Adefowoju is a junior in the Honors Program and DRC, majoring in English and minoring in Business Technical Writing. Throughout the pandemic, Adewonuola has had the opportunity to work with middle management of Grace Medical Consult, a psychiatrist practice in New Jersey, where she was able to grasp the business technical side of the medical industry. Adewonuola has also furthered her experience in business with A&A Garage Studio, a photography studio in New Jersey, as a co-founder and co-owner. Adewonuola, along with her sister and business partner, built A&A Garage Studio from scratch in their own garage and have been functioning since 2019. During the virtual 2020-2021 school year, Adewonuola joined NJPIRG, a student advocacy group, as well as the Douglass Black Students’ Congress (DBSC), a black women’s organization on campus. At NJPIRG, Adewonuola was a top intern in the Homelessness and Hunger campaign, whose goal was to bring awareness to and end food insecurity in the local New Brunswick area. In DBSC, she has been on the e-board since the 2021 spring semester juggling through different roles and is now presently the Co-VP. A fun fact about Adewonuola is that she competed in a pageant hosted by a Rutgers organization and was the runner up!