Catch up with a new student or educator Scholar and read their rapid-fire responses to ten semi-random questions in the Scholar Speed Round.
Estela Náula is a 2015 Scholar from Mozambique who attended the African Leadership Academy! Now based in Fulton, Missouri, Estela recently graduated from Westminster College with degrees in Spanish and Business Communication. She’s an experienced volunteer with organizations like Peace Corps, Books for Africa and the Atlanta Community Foodbank – and she’s doing impressive work with the Latin American Leadership Foundation, helping support and mentor the next generation of Latin American young leaders. Read more below as Estela response to our ten rapid-fire, get-to-know-you questions!
1: What song is your JAM: Soy Mía by Natti Natasha & Kany Garcia
2. Last show you binged: The Circle Brazil
3. One item on your life-time bucket list: To bring my parents on a trip to Portugal to see their priest and counselor, Padre Rocha
4. Dream job: Entrepreneurship with young people
5. Hobby you picked or practiced more in 2020: Braiding my hair
6. Favorite way to self-care/de-stress: Dressing up and to take myself on dates
7: What are you most curious about: Financial literacy and investment
8: Favorite book or author: Oprah Winfrey
9. One word to describe you: Caring
10. What are you most grateful for today? I am grateful to everyone who donated to my microfinance project. Because of them, this summer we will train 30 women in rural Mozambique to run microfinance businesses and become financially independent.