Ezekiel Korir (He/Him/His)
As a Collaboratory Ambassador helps to create a a large variety of content and events that serve to connect students and provide a sense of belonging and a connection on campus. Making the Collaboratory into not simply another space to study, but one where students want to be on campus. The Collaboratory team also works hard to assist fellow students with community networking, diversity and equity needs,
“To doubt everything or to believe everything are two equally convenient solutions; both dispense with the necessity."
- Jules Henri Poincare
If not in the collaboratory, you find him in the library working on his major in Pre-Nursing, and to get his pumped you hear him listening to great songs from Afro beats, such as “Crazy Tings”, “Overloading”, or “Bandana”. He brings to his role a sense of mindfulness and an unbiased view of what is important to all students. Ezekiel has a love for anime and African dishes, like Samosas. Ezekiel also enjoys playing ping pong. And while he does have a fear of heights, he does enjoy the thrills and can easily face that fear. What Ezekiel wishes he knew when first starting TCC is to not be afraid to ask questions or inquire about something.