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Karon J. Green

Karon J. Green

Karon J. Green is a native of the beautifully rocky and mountainous island of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. He is senior studying Travel-Tourism & Hospitality Management. His time at JWU has been an unforgettable experience which has helped to shape him into an ambitious and assertive leader ready to begin his career in the hospitality industry He has been heavily involved with the National Society of Minorities for three years as the Community Service/Pre-College Outreach Chair, a student leader in the Christian Student Fellow, a Civic Volunteer for Americorps, a former Tenor in the Intercultural Gospel Choir, a member in the ETA Sigma Delta Honor’s Society, and also currently serving in the Rhode Island Army National. His hobbies are swimming, running, singing, hiking, and writing poetry. He lives by Helen Keller’s quote “Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence”.

Recent Posts by Karon J. Green:

Leadership Defined: The Ray Nuñez Story

Blogger Karon Green lists JWU SGA President Ray Nuñez as a leader, a role model and a visionary. Read how Ray Nuñez has inspired Karon, and the whole JWU community, to always strive for greatness.

Topics: Careers Providence Campus Life

JWU Superheroes: Experiential Education & Career Services

Karon Green compares JWU's Experiential Education & Career Services to a team of special superheroes fighting for the future careers of all JWU students.

Topics: Careers Providence Admissions

Gateway to the Future: My NSMH Journey

JWU student Karon J. Green reflects on his many leadership roles with the JWU-RI National Society of Minorities in Hospitality and how his involvement is paving the way for a bright future.

Topics: Hospitality Providence Campus Life

JWU's First Year Experience Program: I Found My Distant Brother

Born in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands,  Karon J. Green's experience with JWU’s First Year Program provided him with lasting memories and a friendship that feels just like family.

The college journey begins with one step through one application, among thousands, and when you’re finally selected it’s probably the best feeling in the world.

Topics: Providence