Meet Elizabeth Allen

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It has always been a goal of Elizabeth Allen’s to follow in the footsteps of many family members
by being a Snow College Badger.
Elizabeth Allen finishes up her final semester at Snow College before transferring to pursue a degree in nursing. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Allen.

Elizabeth Allen finishes up her final semester at Snow College before transferring to pursue a degree in nursing.
Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Allen.

Elizabeth grew up in Magna Utah, and graduated from Cyprus High School in spring in 2014. As a young girl, she played piano, sports and danced. Today, she still is playing the piano and says that it is one of her favorite things to do.

Elizabeth loves living in Ephraim, which she says is the reason for her love of small towns and the ability to walk around the town. She loves outdoor activities especially running and hiking. When asked what some of her favorite things in Ephraim, she said, “The candy shop in Roy’s. I love going there and getting candy; I’ve been doing it since I was little.”

After her first year of college, Elizabeth made the decision to serve an LDS mission. For 18 months, she happily served the people of Finland. One of Elizabeth’s mission companions Keri Hyde said, “She radiates sweetness as she makes you almost wet your pants from laughter from her golden humor. She is the friend we all need and want in our lives, and who rubs off on you very well.”

While attending Snow College, she has started her direction towards becoming a nurse. On her mission, she gained a love of interacting with others, and believes that this love is what has led her to want to become a nurse. Entering into her last semester at Snow she is still deciding where she may go next for school. All she knows is that it has to have a good nursing program. It could be a university in Utah, or it could be a school somewhere in the world.

Something on her bucket list is to travel more. One of her favorite things about traveling is being able to meet new people and see all the different cultures and traditions that the world has to offer. She says that she hopes to one day be able to work in a third-world country.

There is so much more to Elizabeth than what is written here. She loves to be around people and meet new faces. She is definitely a student of Snow College that everyone should have to chance to meet and get to know before her dream to travel takes her elsewhere. 

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