This award recipient served as an intern within the Office of Leadership and Experiential Learning. They were one of two interns assigned to develop the Peer Leadership Mentor (PLM) program, a co-curricular experience for 45+ upperclass students to provide peer mentoring to first-year traditional and transfer students. They were a natural fit, as they demonstrated proficiency with programming planning, as a product of their years of experience with the Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) at its highest levels, and their academic studies as a Computer Science and Communication double-major. They were was tireless in their efforts to reexamine the pedagogical approach of the course to ensure that it best prepared the student participants for their roles and responsibilities at the times that they were needed. They researched and benchmarked against what has been done in the past while thinking of what could be added to improve the experience. What was most impressive, however, was their ability to be successful in their endeavors amidst unprecedented circumstances. They remained incomparably excited and driven, seemingly unfazed by the challenges and ready to begin redefining the semester’s program. They stepped up to the challenge, assisting in outlining a curriculum to be delivered remotely and thinking not only how to tread new waters, but to dive in fully and continue providing a high-quality experience for our students. They also helped implement a reporting process for students that may be experiencing issues of access and learning. They have had to wear multiple hats in what was meant to be a straightforward classroom experience is an understatement, and to say that they was anything short of spectacular in managing all of those would be a disservice to their efforts.