The Meeting Place Podcast

Episode 17 – Kevin Turingan on coming out of his shell

July 28, 2020 UTSC Student Life
The Meeting Place Podcast
Episode 17 – Kevin Turingan on coming out of his shell
Show Notes

Kevin Turingan is a fifth-year accessibility student majoring in Sociology and double minoring in Applied Statistics and Psychology. From being a shy and introverted person, Kevin has grown as a student leader through his involvement on campus. He started as a Group Leader for SCSU’s Frosh and worked his way up to Group Leader Supervisor last summer. Kevin has also worked as the Street Team Coordinator for SCSU and held the position of Vice President Events Operations for the DSA, Students of Sociology and is now the acting Co-President. Currently, Kevin is working as the Campus Groups Intern for the Office of Student Experience and Wellbeing and is continuously working on making campus a fun and safe space for students. Throughout his undergrad, Kevin has had to face a lot of challenges because of his medical condition but continues to push through in hopes of encouraging others to believe in themselves. A quote he lives by is, “Treat life like a marathon, focus on the journey not the destination.”