"Her actions [as displayed in her resume] back up her words," commented Abigail Pesta, Deputy Editor, Marie Claire. Ms. Paprocki's application tells us that she's going to get things done and that she will take this opportunity and run with it," Pesta continued.
"The quality of the applications was impressive and inspiring," said Anika Rahman, President, Americans for UNFPA. "From journalism students to MBA candidates, and pre-med to pre-law, it was a privilege to read the impassioned views of our future leaders, she continued."
"We are delighted to welcome Ms. Paprocki at the 2009 Student Award winner and look forward to her leadership and support," said Rahman.
Ms. Paprocki, wrote about "the necessity of cross-cultural solidarity in a time of unprecedented globalization."
To read her essays or learn more visit americansforunfpa.org/studentaward.