Swimming has always been integral to Colleen Wall’s life. A competitive swimmer from kindergarten through college, Colleen credits swimming with leading her to a very gratifying volunteer experience the Special Olympics, where she has volunteered at the swimming championships for twelve years.
Colleen’s passion for swimming is matched by her interest in Museum Studies, which is the focus of her graduate work at Johns Hopkins. As an undergraduate, Colleen interned at the Steppingstone Farm Museum, and she fell in love with the site. So when she had the opportunity to serve there as Volunteer Maryland Coordinator, she seized it! Colleen loves the museum’s beautiful views, challenging work and wonderful people, and can’t wait to get to work further developing the volunteer program.
During her year of service, Colleen hopes to develop her reporting, public speaking and conflict resolution skills. She looks forward to learning even more about Steppingstone Farm Museum so that she can recruit volunteers as effectively as possible.