Harristh loves to be busy. In his first year at UGA, he took on much more than academics (although he now has enough credits to be a junior): he delivered a TEDx Talk, held a job, sat on the MSA board, and was elected to the Residence Hall Association Executive Board. In high school took 15 AP classes, had perfect attendance, led the National Science Bowl and Speech and Debate teams, received an AP Capstone diploma, was on the Varsity Track and Field, Cross Country teams and was Class President. Next year, Harristh will be the Religious Services Chair for UGA’s MSA. He plans to continue his busy life by seeking leadership opportunities, especially as an advocate for others in need.