To many people economic theory seems upside down. Thus, it seems only fitting that Oak Valley’s Professor Robert Brocco comes from Down Under. As a transplanted Aussie, he fits the stereotype of the thickly-accented overtly friendly persona found in popular culture, and he seems only too happy to play up the stereotype to students.
When you first meet Alayna, you get the sense that this is someone you want to get to know. Alayna carries herself with a quiet confidence. Maybe you know someone like that. She keeps to herself, until others get to know her. She comes across as responsible, caring, and able to get things done without making it about her. She is not someone that needs the headlines.
Adela is a junior at Oak Valley. She is the kind of individual who has it together - strong, outspoken, confident. Her backstory is full of challenges and perseverance. However, when you hear Adela talk, she talks in a matter of fact quality that accepts things as how they are and deals with everything as it comes.
Early in her career, Debbie Martis earned an MBA, and worked at a Fortune 100 company. From there she joined the executive leadership team at a mega-church. Now, she is founder and Executive Director of Rebirth Homes, a ministry focusing on human trafficking.