"It really forced me to face who I am," she says. "When I first started, I didn't really have a clue as to how to answer that question. I know that I am kind and funny. I know that I am resilient, and I know that I am a hard worker. I also know that I can be naive, disorganized, a procrastinator. Saying these words out loud makes you take action, and it makes you say, 'Well, I'm going to try to fix this.'
"Maybe the question of 'Who am I?' is not so much a question [as] a journey. Every time I answer that question, I learn a little bit more about myself. It's not so much answering the question that is as important as the things I find out about myself on the way."