From Decatur, Alabama, Ann Mirette graduated cum laude from Birmingham-Southern College in 2020 with a major in political science and a distinction in poverty studies. While at BSC, Ann Mirette founded the BSC chapter of Students Demand Action, a group meant to educate college students about the importance of gun control, as well as partnered with the Birmingham YWCA to educate her campus on domestic violence during DVA month. Ann Mirette also became a member of the sorority Alpha Chi Omega and later was elected president and served as chapter present in 2019. After serving with Impact America, she wants to continue to work for organizations that strive to help others.


What do you like to do for fun?

I love to hang out with friends, go on hikes with my dogs, and go thrifting with my significant other. 


What was your most meaningful service experience or extracurricular activity in college and why?

My favorite service experience is when my sorority would go and volunteer at a local women’s and children’s shelter. We would go twice a month and sometimes help around the shelter or collect and bring in necessary items for the women and children and other times we would go in and just hang out with the women and do crafts with the children. Domestic violence is a huge issue in this country and meeting survivors of DV was very inspirational and grounding. 


Name and describe a memorable place you’ve been. 

Two summers ago I went to Tybee Island and Savannah, Georgia with my significant other. Savannah is a really cool and interesting city and Tybee Island was just a really relaxing and great place to get away to.