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Senior Spotlight - Elizabeth (Lizzie) Dusenberry

Lizzie is a 5th year senior, History and Theatre double major who enjoys painting, reading, and collecting teaspoons from places she has visited. She is interested in dramaturgy and theatre history, as well as, hagiography and medieval history.


Lizzie has been involved in over a dozen productions with Lee Theatre from a several different angles, including acting, directing, crewing, costuming, and dramaturgy. Notably, she had the honor of directing a mainstage production for the theatre department in the spring of 2021, entitled Last Train to Nibroc. She is also a member of Phi Alpha Theta, Alpha Psi Omega (President, ‘20-21), and Alpha Chi (Vice President, ’21-22).


Favorite Verse: “No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.” 1 John 4:12 (ESV)


What made you want to join Kairos in the first place?

When I visited campus on Lee Day, I had a personal meeting with the then-VP of Recruitment, John Weeks, because I couldn't attend the interest meeting the following day. He described a compelling community dedicated to curiosity and excellence, and I knew I had found the place I wanted to call home.


Plans after graduation: Most notably, I am getting married in late August. (I actually met my fiancé through Kairos, so I’m deeply grateful to Kairos for him as well!) Besides that, I am planning on taking at least one year off from school to work, though I intend to apply to grad school. I also hope to travel a bit more and finally accomplish a life-long dream of owning a cat.


Piece of advice: Try everything you can – you might find a new love! Start each day knowing that whatever yesterday was, you have an opportunity to try today differently.



Congradulations Lizzie!






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