Cambria Lewis was born in Plano, TX and has lived in North Texas her entire life. She attended Collin College for her associate’s degree from the fall of 2017 to the spring of 2019.
In the fall of 2019, she transferred to SMU to complete her bachelor’s degree. She is a rising senior at SMU, currently finishing her BA in Psychology and her minor in Sociology with a concentration in Nonprofit Studies. Her interests include helping and advocating for the homeless, transitional housing, food deserts, nonprofit work in impoverished communities, and social entrepreneurship.
She’s currently conducting research for a project at SMU’s Hunt Institute. The project is called Young Social Innovators and Entrepreneurs Program Toolkit. It focuses on providing underprivileged youth in the Dallas area with resources to build social enterprises, fosters creativity, and encourages social innovation.
In her free time, Cambria enjoys volunteering, traveling, playing trivia games, and watching game shows.
She is set to graduate in the spring of 2021.
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