Stephanie Vore

Stephanie Vore

Success Coach

A teacher once told Stephanie, “If you do not learn something new every day, you’ve wasted your day.” Stephanie took this to heart and pushes herself every day to challenge the way she thinks and how she interprets the world. But this wasn’t always the case.

Dia Liggons

Dia Liggons

Success Coach

I have always had a heart for education and wanted to be a doctor. But, I didn’t do well in school and didn’t think I would be accepted to college. When I graduated from high school, I assumed I would find a job, start making money, and have the means to take care of myself.

Lakievia Johnson

Lakievia Johnson

Success Coach

As a young girl who spent most of her teen years in the foster-care system, Lakievia realized quickly that education was her key to achieving independence and success. Despite the many challenges and changes she faced along her journey, she stayed focused on her school studies with the goal of “someday” attending college.

Destiny Keeler

Destiny Keeler

Success Coach

Growing up for me was anything but easy. Living in poverty in a single parent household with substance abuse issues meant that I had to learn at a young age to take care of myself. Cooking, cleaning, grocery shopping- I could do those blindfolded before I was ten. But college? It wasn’t exactly something on the radar until much later in life.

Janelle Viruet

Janelle Viruet

Success Coach

Hello, my name is Janelle! I’m a proud, native New Yorker. I was born and raised in Brooklyn where I attended public school. I have always had an undying passion and commitment to giving back to my community and helping others find their way. Growing up in a working-class family taught me the importance of having a strong work ethic and following my dreams.

Cody Rapp

Cody Rapp

Success Coach

Cody is from a small college town in western Pennsylvania called Clarion. The very same town that Clarion University – a ReUp partner – calls home.Cody has strong roots in Clarion, having graduated from the town’s public schools as well as college. Throughout his time at Clarion, he was also able to serve the community through his role at the town’s Chamber of Business and Industry.