Hunter Johnson

I was originally born in Miami, Florida but I moved to Greenville, South Carolina with my family when I was 12 years old. I grew up with an amazing family and have been blessed with so many opportunities. One thing that I am very passionate about is photography especially the sky.

My family is very important to me. They have been there for me through everything, the good and the bad. They are my biggest supporters and I am forever grateful for them.

I have a great passion for special needs children. It is my dream to work with them and make sure they get the care that they need and are able to live there life to the fullest.

My role model in life is my older brother, Kyle. He is autistic and he has been the one who has encouraged me to do what I want to do. He is always there with a smile and a hug to get me through my days

I wasn't one to have a lot of friends during high school but I met my litter group of best friends in chorus sophomore year, and to this day they are still in my life even though we are separated.

As of right now I am a recreational therapy major at Clemson University. I plan on becoming a physical therapist for children with special needs. I hope to be switching to the Health Science major.

Clemson has given me the opportunity to meet new people and of course the football team is amazing. I have truly enjoyed cheering on my tigers all the way to the National Championship!! GO TIGERS

I am apart of Sigma Alpha Omega, a great Christian sorority. Its amazing being able to grow in my relationship with God and with these amazing Jesus loving girls like myself. I am so blessed with the opportunity as great as this one.

I am a pretty sentimental girl, I give all my thanks to God and my friends and family for getting me where I am today. I am pretty proud of who I am.


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