Jiselle Wilson is a senior Honors College student at FIU pursuing a Dual Degree, with majors in Economics and Asian Studies, and a Certificate in Korean Studies. Outside of her studies, Jiselle has been heavily involved in student organizations throughout the FIU community since joining the university in 2020. She currently holds positions as the Student Chapter Vice-President of Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) and the Vice President of the Korean Language Empowerment Club (KLEC). Jiselle’s experience in numerous social media and marketing roles has shown her how proper marketing materials can help connect organizations to those who require their services. When coupling this experience with her extracurricular involvements, Jiselle is excited to help the Break Through Tech team connect with cis and non-binary women who are interested in exploring tech yet need guidance and technical workshops. In her free time, Jiselle loves to read fantasy novels, cook Asian-inspired dishes, draw Disney characters, listen to music, and study Korean.
Fun Fact: In the Fall 2022 semester, Jiselle created an art piece depicting the 1876 Hamburg Massacre. That piece is currently on display in an FIU exhibit titled, “Massacres in the Land of the Free”