Kaytriauna Farr loves Jesus, Fruit Smiles and being a burst of positivity.
What does it mean to be a first-generation student?
I have that ability to be a role model in a different way. I prepared in high school for this. My counselor told me about Marquette’s Educational Opportunity Program, so I applied. On my birthday, the big envelope arrived, welcoming me to Be The Difference.
What’s your major?
I came to study communication but after a sociology course, I was attracted to social welfare and justice and the idea of working to help people with their issues or problems or apply my skills to society.
Who is your inspiration?
My grandmother, the late Margaret Ann Lee. She loved God and people, cared for all, and was a beautiful and admirable woman. I am often told I remind people of her.
Are you a procrastinator or go-getter?
I go for results and stay as far as possible away from procrastinating. I don’t allow myself to do mediocre work because I understand the importance of presenting myself.
What fills your down-time?
Reading the Bible, listening to music, doing something to care for myself and spending time with my family.
What song is the soundtrack of your life?
Jekalyn Carr’s You Will Win.
What’s your ideal super power?
This is the toughest question. Flying? Everyone would love to fly so that’s not unique. Healing? Being able to relieve pain and stress would be miraculous, but I know only God can do that.