Finding the Right Avenue for Change
Mycheala Holley and U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, visit the Stanley Black & Decker plant in Akron after she organized a tour and a meeting with plant leadership and workers to discuss the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.
By Joan Slattery Wall
When Mycheala Holley started her studies at The Ohio State University, she planned an ambitious path: obtain a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in criminology and criminal justice studies and go directly to law school.
Then, her participation in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs Washington Academic Internship program (WAIP) led her to take a detour.