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Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network » Student Spotlight » September Student Spotlight: Anne Nisperos

September Student Spotlight: Anne Nisperos

Anne Nisperos

Anne Nisperos is a Corporate Communications major with a concentration in business. She is entering her senior year and currently is one of the two Chief Executive Officers of the Philippine Students of Texas. She was also the former co-president of the Filipino Students Association. Anne was born in the Philippines and raised in Singapore before moving to Texas for high school.

1. What is your favorite memory, tradition, or thing about UT?

Having lived in Jester during my first two years in college, the experience really left an unforgettable impression on my mind. It is really interesting how much I miss the convenience of having everything within a 5-10 min walking distance from the building.

2. What advice do you have for incoming freshmen or current students?

School always comes first! Don’t be afraid to join all the organizations out there, but never forget that the fun always starts after you have finished all your work.

3. UT’s motto is “What starts here, changes the world”. What is one thing you would like to see change at UT?

I would really like to see more Asian Americans participate in all the different organizations the campus has to offer. Evidently, there are more Asian Americans on this campus than what I’ve seen during most cultural nights and shows.

4. What accomplishment have you been most proud of during your time at UT?

I am most proud of this past year juggling between school, work, and being co-president of FSA. It really pushed me to find my strengths and limitations. Hopefully this coming year will be even better.

5. What’s one thing you’ve learned from UT outside of a classroom?

Be open to new experiences whether it is meeting new people or going to new places. You’ll learn something new everyday.

6. Who has been an important role model to you (can be anyone)?

Like most people I will have to say my parents. Growing up they have instilled the most important concept to always dream big and that there is really nothing I can’t achieve if I put my mind to it.

7. What motivated you to be involved in the Filipino Students Association?

I have never really been in contact with a lot of Filipino kids growing up, and joining this organization allowed me to do just that. It was through FSA that I have met some of my best friends whom I know will be there to support me even after college.

8. What do you hope to see for the Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network in the future?

Within a few years, I would really like to see the organization hold what may become an annual fundraising dinner at either the Etter-Harbin Alumni Center or AT&T Conference Center.

Written by Ernie Chan

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