Kayla Huebner is a Shelby Township junior majoring in accounting and minoring in applied business practices.
Describe yourself in three words.
Kayla Huebner: I would say I’m approachable, compassionate and “girl-next-door.”
What’s the best part about being a Chippewa?
KH: The best part is automatically being family with everyone and knowing you can always count on another Chippewa to have your back.
Who is your role model?
KH: My role model actually just left. It was (Assistant Director) Tori Stevens in Career Services. Her enthusiasm for everything is contagious. She got me started in Career Services and made it so easy to see all that I want.
What is the best advice you have ever received?
KH: Find out what you struggle with, and odds are, you’re going to find someone with the same insecurities and problems, and you can help each other along the way. I can’t pinpoint who told me that exactly, but I think it’s collective.
How does it feel to be back in classes?
KH: It feels intimidating and absolutely enthralling. It’s a double-edged sword.