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Veronica Espitia

Veronica Espitia

Seattle University

  • Cultural Anthropology

Veronica is a student at Seattle University pursuing a degree in Cultural Anthropology, meaning she is fascinated by people, “human nature”, and the way we interact with the world. She hopes to cultivate a stronger and more profound personal relationship with the natural world, meet other folks who share her passions, and find inspiration for her creative projects such as painting, writing, and filmmaking.

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