Anna Kathryn Burton
Class of 2024
Winthrop University, ’20
Honors: Tri Beta Biological Honor Society, National Society of Leadership and Success, Gamma Beta Phi Society, Psi Beta Psychology Honor Society, and Sigma Kappa Delta English Honor Society
What activities and organizations were you involved in as an undergraduate?
During my undergraduate, I was a part of a leadership program called Pioneer Peers in which we mentored incoming freshman students. I was also a part of the Student Government Association. Lastly, I cheered for a little while!
What did you do after you graduated?
I have been a Certified Surgical Technologist for the last six years. I worked while in school and continued to work as a CST upon graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree.
If you’ve done any volunteer work, please list what you’ve done and where.
I was a part of the KSA Service Fraternity in which we went out and cleaned up around the community. I was also involved with Cheer for Children Special Events in which I worked with groups of children teaching them fun dances!
How or why did you become involved in this volunteer work?
I became involved because I wanted to do something that I knew would make a difference. It was a great way to spread positivity and meet great people in the community!
What are some of your hobbies or interests?
I enjoy traveling, hiking, cooking, and painting. I also love to spend time with my animals.
Please include any family information if you’d like.
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Why do you want to be a PA?
I want to be a PA because I love helping and taking care of people. I want to make a difference in peoples’ lives by giving them the best care possible and being their advocate.
Why did you choose Presbyterian College PA Program?
I chose Presbyterian College PA Program because of their renown reputation and faith based campus.