Hello and welcome to my website! My name is Anna Darrow and I am a student at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. I am a contemporary European studies major and an advertising and public relations double major. I am also an out-of-state student from a small town called Blanchard, Oklahoma.
I consider myself a creative person, so many of my hobbies are artistic in nature. I spend most of my free time doing things such as:
- watching movies
On campus, I am involved in the Carolina Indian Circle, Period. @UNC and the Italian Honor Society. The Carolina Indian Circle is an organization which brings UNC Native American students together to celebrate our different cultures and heritages. Period. @UNC is an organization which provides feminine products to homeless women in our area and strives to educate people on the topic of menstruation. The Italian Honor Society is an organization which honors the academic successes of students studying the Italian language at UNC.
I have been blessed with many opportunities to travel with my family and with an organization called People to People. People to People was founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower as a means of educating the youth of the United States about diverse cultures and history in order to prevent future mass wars like WWII. Through this organization, I have have had the opportunity to travel to 23 different countries across the globe and to better understand the beauty of diversity.
Looking to the Future
After I graduate with my bachelor’s degree at UNC, I am going to begin working toward my master’s degree in a program to which I have been pre-accepted at UNC. This program, called the Transatlantic Masters Program, will allow me to further educate myself in past and current relations between the United States and many European Nations. After earning my master’s degree, I plan to work as an account manager at an international advertising agency. To read about or view some of my creative work, please click on the work samples tab in the navigation menu.