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DukeEngage Kenya Program Leader, Sherryl Broverman, was honored at this year’s Trinity College Teaching, Advising, Diversity and Leadership Awards. Broverman received the Diversity award for her work as the co-founder and president of WISER International, an organization that empowers young women in impoverished communities through health, education, and leadership development. Each year, Broverman leads the DukeEngage program in Kenya in collaboration with WISER, bringing Duke students together with communities to help young girls realize their potential to make change in their communities. Broverman has been recognized for promoting diversity through her work with the organization, which confronts deep-rooted social problems, and facilitates girls’ access to STEM education.