|Continuing with our featured students of the summer, today we recognize Molly Williams, president of Aggies Without Limits here at NMSU. Over many years, Aggies Without Limites has gone to many places and literally built a better livelihood for many through the projects they complete. Below, Molly shares her experience in Aggies Without Limits and her plans for the future after NMSU.|
My name is Molly Williams and I’m a senior in NMSU’s Communication Disorders program. I have been a part of two projects with Aggies Without Limits (AWL). I, along with 30 other members and advisers, went to El Portrero, Nicaragua in 2017 and built a 100-foot steel truss pedestrian bridge. In 2018, we went to Utuado, Puerto Rico and built a 200 foot suspended pedestrian bridge. I returned both times with a group of lifelong friends, a new perspective, and a passion for international service. I am continuing my involvement with AWL as the 2018-2019 president. After I graduate, I hope to be accepted into a speech pathology graduate program (possibly one with international opportunities) and become a licensed speech pathologist. I hope to use my skills as a speech pathologist to advocate and serve populations with communication disorders and disabilities in other countries where health care isn’t as prevalent.