Isabelle Ngo, Tony Do Workshop Presenter
Born on the West Coast, raised in the Southwest, and currently residing in the Midwest, Isabelle Ngo is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying Communications, International Policy, and Political Science. She believes that VSA is the perfect intersection for her interests and dedicates her efforts to UVSA-Midwest as External Vice-President and VIA-1 Sponsorship Director! In her free time, she enjoys taking naps and browsing Reddit.
Officially from Syracuse, New York, Tony Do is a junior studying chemical engineering at the University of Notre Dame. He loves VSA because it combines culture, professionalism, leadership, and friendship into one big package. Tony hopes to further UVSA-Midwest’s mission as he continues his term as Indiana’s Council of State Representative and VIA-1 Hospitality director. In his free time, Tony likes to watch funny YouTube videos, play video games, and reflect on life.
Warriors or Worriers: Analyzing the Impostor Syndrome
Impostor Syndrome is the evil twin of “fake it til you make it.” Despite external evidence of their competence, those exhibiting the Impostor Syndrome hold the conviction that their achievements are invalid, thus affecting the way they internalize their achievements. In this workshop, Isabelle Ngo and Tony Do will work alongside workshop attendees to analyze this theory, learn more about its prevalence in society, and uncover methods to deal with the Impostor Syndrome.