About Devyn Gray

Devyn is from Norco, California, and currently a junior at Northern Arizona University. She is a Strategic Communication major, with minors in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics. In her free time, she loves to volunteer with Blue Key Honor Society, shoot her bow, off-road in her Jeep, and try new things. She has been skydiving, bungee jumping, and is working towards her pilot’s license. To quote Amelia Earhart, “Adventure is worthwhile in itself.” She lives for these adventures in life, and will let no one keep her from them. Devyn has always had a passion for helping others, and wants to remind every woman that she is strong, beautiful, and has the power to make a difference in this world.

Get Smart with Devyn about #GivingTuesday

Think about a person who has encouraged you, inspired you, and motivated you when no one else did. Someone you look up to for guidance. Remember in elementary school when we gave teachers thank you gifts? It was in appreciation for their kindness, knowledge and for never giving up on their students. Think about Sundays [...]

8 Survival Secrets for College Freshman

  Transitioning from high school to college may be a dramatic change for those who are leaving home. The combination of a new school, different people, and the new-found freedom can be a bit overwhelming at times. Here are a few tips to help you survive freshman year: 1. The friends you make freshman year [...]

By |November 25th, 2014|College Students, For Teens|0 Comments

Be True to Yourself: Get Smart Now

I never felt like I was true to myself growing up. I lived to please, and let others make my decisions. Like a puppet, people controlled my strings, and all the while, I struggled to figure out who I was supposed to be. I was not my own person. I was molded into the different [...]

Get Smart about Getting Involved on Campus

I believe that we all should take full advantage of all activities our colleges and universities have to offer. Beginning college gives you a fresh start. There are endless opportunities to find places you can fit into. Extracurricular activities are great to use as an escape from the piles of homework that may be collecting [...]

By |October 23rd, 2014|College Students, For Leaders & Mentors|0 Comments

Get Smart about Your College Major!

For those high school seniors out there, it’s nearing that time for college applications. So what are you going to major in? It’s a common question that seniors hear a million times. Deciding on a major is really the first big decision you have to make in your academic career, and it’s not a walk [...]

By |September 26th, 2014|College Students, For Leaders & Mentors, For Teens|0 Comments