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Alcohol and Other Drug Misuse Prevention Peer Group

Emmie Davidson is a junior at Wake Forest University majoring in Women’s,Gender, and Sexuality Studies with a minor in Sociology.She is very excited about helping promote awareness surrounding alcohol and other drugs as a Peer Educator

Karringtan Harris Karringtan Harris is a sophomore at Wake Forest University majoring in English with a double minor in Journalism and Creative Writing.  She is interested in traveling the world and writing to inform the masses. After receiving her undergraduate degree, Karringtan would like to work as a journalist for the New York Times. She is eager to help her fellow classmates understand how to be safe while drinking as a Peer Educator and has high hopes for a great year.

Brittany SkaggsBrittany Skaggs is a senior at Wake Forest University from Gastonia, NC majoring in Health and Exercise Science and minoring in Biology and Chemistry. She is on the pre-medical track and has future goals of becoming a practicing physician. Brittany enjoys helping others as she has volunteered at the Community Care Clinic, assisted in clinical research, and, over the summer of 2016, was an intern with Arts for Life at Levine’s Children’s Hospital; she is also a tutor with the Learning Assistance Center.  She is very excited to be a WFU PEER as what better way to help her fellow peers than by being there for them to talk with about the difficult questions and situations.