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Getting to Know Lauren Woodard
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Getting to Know Lauren Woodard

Name: Lauren Woodard                 
Sport: Softball
Major: Psychology                             
Classification: Senior
Hometown: Hermitage, TN

How would your friends and family describe you?
Unique, Openminded, and Deep

What movie can you watch over and over again?
Freedom Writers

What are some interests outside of your sport?
Coffee shops, Adventuring, Singing, Trying new food places, Kayaking, and Long deep conversations

Do you have any family members playing (any sport) professionally or collegiately?
-Sister, UNA Softball

Who would you get to play you in a movie?
Jennifer Lawrence or Rachel McAdams

What’s your dream job?
Helping people mentally and emotionally

If you could go back in time, what year would you travel too? Why?
60s, to feel the newly trending integration of the revolution culture and watch Martin Luther King’s “I have a Dream” speech (and go to the Woodstock festival)

What are some things that genuinely make you happy?
Morgan Kelly, making people smile, my animals, seeing my family, accomplishing goals

What motivates you to work had?
Fear of failing, my family, the feeling of accomplishments and success / rewards

What’s your favorite holiday?

What is your proudest accomplishment up to this point?
Happiness of how far I’ve came. The drive and purpose to keep going, being alive and proud to be alive

Is there a quote you often cite or reflect on?
“It is easy to judge but more difficult to understand. Understanding requires compassion, and the willingness to believe that good hearts sometimes choose poor methods. Through understanding, we grow.”