Kilea's captivating smile, warm grace, and delightful presence light up any room she enters. She graduated from Texas Christian University in 2021 with a Bachelor in General Studies with an emphasis in Communication Sciences. She remained in Fort Worth after graduating and is currently an Associate Producer at Red Productions. Kilea’s dream is to produce and direct music videos and other short form projects.
Priscila can be characterized by her unparalleled grit and determination. Pursuing criminal justice studies at Texas Christian University, she has embraced life in Fort Worth and her host family, FWPD Chief Neil Noakes and his wife Kim. Amid her academic journey, she dedicates herself to training for the 2024 Olympic Games in boxing – a passion offers an escape from Watts. Priscila envisions her future in both the boxing ring and the field of law enforcement.
Petra, the second student from Watts embraced by the Mulvey family, found support in navigating her college journey. Petra enrolled in Stonehill College in the fall of 2020, embracing the campus from day one. Majoring in criminal justice, Petra envisions a future as a child victim advocate upon graduation, aspiring to remain in the Boston area and extend her compassionate hand to those in need.
Sean values education more than most students. After graduating with an Associates Degree from a middle college high school in June 2021, he initially aimed to attend Penn State in the Fall. However, a violent crime disrupted his college plans when he fell victim to an incident in Watts while attempting to sell his Play Station, resulting in a life-threatening injury. With remarkable determination, he overcame a year of surgeries and therapy. Sean's indomitable spirit led him to fulfill his dream of college – he now attends the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he thrives as an Economics major.