As a young girl, Jasmine Sadler took a dance class for the first time and immediately fell in love with the finesse, expressiveness, and artistry of the movement. As a middle school student, she found she enjoyed tutoring her peers in math and was constantly sought out to help with their algebra homework. And in high school, after witnessing the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, she became inspired to pursue a career in aerospace engineering.
With age, Sadler, who studied as an engineering student at the University of Michigan, found herself increasingly pulled to this wide array of interests, while also strongly encouraged to pick one route: dance, math, or engineering. But now, as a PLNU MBA student, a senior quality engineer at Solar Turbines, a business owner, and an avid dancer, she not only rejects the “choose one” mentality for herself, but for everyone.
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