Archives: Ken’s Blog

Do It Yourself…

A few of my co-workers here at Georgia Justice Project have laughed at me once they’ve discovered that Davidson College did our laundry.                  “You mean they wash it?”… yes                 “…and dry and press?” … yes                 “…and hang, … Continue reading

I’m Sorry…But No

I am the “front-door-man,” temporarily, until the new Mission Year volunteer comes in September to relieve me of this position.  Currently, all initial calls and inquiries for help go through me.  Because of this, I am also the “no-man…”  Many … Continue reading

Back 2 School with GJP

My two “C’s” at Davidson in Basic Studio Art and Basic Acting led me to the realization that I’m not that great at art.  In the first, I was “too explorative” and not willing to pay mind to structure.  In … Continue reading

My Journey Begins…

Before I applied to the Georgia Justice Project, I was familiar with their work.  In my freshman year at Davidson, I remember hearing Doug speak at a dinner at Dean Terry’s house and saying to myself then…”Wow, I need to … Continue reading

Meet Kenneth Westberry

The Davidson Impact Fellowship supports new Davidson grads as they work for a year with a high-level administrator at a non-profit organization that “addresses critical social issues such as health, law, education, and the environment. 

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