Commencement Preview: Student Speaker Stephanie Crepeau
August 11, 2017
When considering a Wentworth student to serve as a featured speaker at Commencement, the selection committee looks for someone “who can really deliver a message of inspiration, and hope, and reflection,” says Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Peter Fowler.
Fowler and the committee believe they have found that person in Stephanie Crepeau, BSCM ’17. Crepeau has built a reputation as an extremely hard worker on campus who has involved herself in a multitude of activities.
In the video above, Fowler shares more about the process, while Crepeau details what is running through her mind ahead of the speech.
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