Kasha was involved in a hundred ways during her time at Monmouth. She was active in religious and spiritual life and joined a recent “Civil Rights & Social Justice” trip sponsored by the College’s Lux Center. She served as vice president of the College’s Rotaract chpater, and she served local-area non-profit organizations.
As a senior, she interned in Washington, D.C., in the conservation lab at the National Museum of African Art, part of the Smithsonian Institution. She is currently a graduate student in history at Indiana University.
She was also heavily involved in classics.
“The Classics Department provided me with so many opportunities to share my knowledge – teaching a demonstration on the Macedonian battle technique at Classics Day, presenting a paper at a conference, and emceeing the Black classicists exhibition.”