From their early years at Rutgers University, this award recipient’s campus involvement showed consistent mentor, teaching, and leadership competency. They started their Rutgers career as a 2018 New Student Orientation leader. Their natural leadership was cultivated and noticed in this role, which led them to a highly competitive position as a Douglas Writing Center Intern. Here, they mentored and taught students through complex research assignments and helped them develop higher level work management skills. Additionally, they demonstrated teaching and learning excellence at the Douglas Writing Center by utilizing resources outside the classroom, collaborating with professors to better understand students’ strengths, challenges, and learning styles. They continued their successful mentor, teaching, and leadership roles throughout their years at Rutgers as a Peer Academic Leader, Program Intern at New Student Orientation and Family Programs, and a General Biology Study Group Leader. However, it was through their role as a Peer Instructor for the Rutgers First-Year Interest Group Seminars (FIGS) where they displayed a unique talent for teaching and learning. As a FIGS Peer Instructor, they independently developed and taught a one-credit “Exploring Health and Medicine” course. Their aptitude has also earned them the elevated role of 2020-2021 Senior Peer Instructor. As a Senior Peer Instructor, they will once again mentor, teach, and lead the next generation of FIGS Peer Instructors. They are able to achieve this consistent high level of campus involvement while still maintaining a 3.75 cumulative GPA with a major in Biological Science and a minor in Psychology.