“During my undergrad, there was this moment in my second year when I was completely lost. I approached my professor, Liz Miller, and I just broke down crying. I don’t remember exactly what was said, but I remember what was felt: I felt supported and that was reassuring,” Fomé recalls.
“Throughout my time in university, Alex Oster, who works for the Dean of Students, was always super helpful. He’s one the people who made Concordia so full of good memories for me. People like that are rare and it’s thanks to Concordia that I met him.”
While she doesn’t claim to have all the answers, Fomé does have some words of advice for current students and recent graduates.
“Start where you’re at, with what you have, and it’s in the doing that you’ll learn,” she says.