A native of Peachtree City, Georgia, Izabella Dente attended college at Georgia Southern University where she recently graduated in May of 2023 as a biology major with a Pre-Med emphasis. As an undergraduate, Izabella spent multiple years working in the healthcare field as both a phlebotomist and a medical assistant. After serving with Impact America, she hopes to attend Medical School and go on to become a physician.


What is your proudest accomplishment?


My proudest accomplishment was finishing my bachelor’s degree a year early. This allowed me to dedicate this year to serving with Impact America. Finishing my degree in three years instead of four was a huge challenge but has now led to this opportunity!


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


Being a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority was very meaningful to me throughout college as it held many opportunities. Through the various service projects, we participated in, I was able to gain a greater understanding of the importance of giving back to the community. Additionally, my involvement in the sorority enabled me to build meaningful relationships with other members and mentors. It allowed me to make lifelong friendships while also growing as a person!


Who is someone you admire and why?


Someone I admire very much would be my mother. From a young age she has always taught me the importance of working hard, without her influence I am not sure I would be as ambitious as I am today.  I am very grateful to have someone be my best friend, while also being a role model. I hope to be capable of having the same characteristics that she does in terms of strength and dedication to our family!