We asked folks about legacy and what they want people to remember about them. We’ve shared some of those responses below.
Hannah Valentine | SDSU Graduate Seeking an Environmentally-Based Role
This is funny I am asked this question because lately this concept has been circulating my thoughts. I recently graduated with a degree in Geology, but my passion for the environment ranges anywhere from water conservation to climate change activism. We are living in a crucial time where environmental change is essential to our future lives. I’ve developed a commitment to be a part of this change. I work towards this goal through small actions in my every day life, but I am determined overtime to make a true impact for this planet and the people living on it. I want to be remembered as a woman who successfully, and whole-heartedly, made a difference for the Earth for years to come. Read more>>
Heather Walsh | Writer, Creative, Physician Assistant
I want my legacy to be one of usefulness and kindness. Being a parent in this decade and beyond is not an easy task. There are so many resources out there, but it can be overwhelming. And for the military community, parenting has additional challenges of frequent moves, school changes, resources availability changes, and just overall a lot of changes. For anyone starting over in a new location where I have lived or moved, I want them to find resources that help them feel included and part of their local community quickly so they feel supported as an individual and family. Read more>>
Hannah Johnson | Co-founder of the UC Health Milk Bank & Pre/Postnatal Fitness and Nutrition Specialist
If there is one thing I hope to leave in my wake it is a signficiant change in the way that we support, care for, and understand pre and postnatal care. There is much still unknown, but also so much evidence to suggest that the health of a child-bearing woman deeply impacts the health of her offspring long term. Changing the way we support the mental health, physical well-being and nutrition of a mom, leads to better outcomes for mom and baby. If I could impact the system of care for these woman I truly believe the next generations will see a brighter future. Read more>>