Place of Origin: Alpharetta, GA

      Emma Kenfield is an eager young writer with a taste for the unusual and a passion for the truth. She is currently a junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, studying media and journalism. She reads and writes poetry in her free time, collects Elvis Presley memorabilia and describes her aesthetic as “grandma-chic.” After working as a reporter for a few years, Kenfield wants to become a lawyer, practicing media and First Amendment law. 

What animal would you be, and why?

So, in my family, when you turn 18 years old or you marry into the family, you are ceremoniously deemed an animal. We take this very seriously – even my great-grandmother was given a spirit animal. That being said, I am Goose, daughter of Hyena and Fox, because I am loud, I command the room, I am goofy and unconventional, and I protect those I love. Also, I’ve got a big nose, so that helps.

Fav. Quote: “Do not let the bitterness of the world take away your sweetness.” –Unknown


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