Transparency and Trust
After visiting different events in town, community members were finally realizing who we were. I don’t remember whom, but someone grabbed Jillian and I and told us to go on stage to talk in both English and Spanish. At first, I thought it was funny, but then I got really nervous when we walked on stage. Jillian and I took this opportunity to thank community members for giving us the opportunity to conduct our project. They were especially intrigued when they heard Jillian speak in English. This can also be seen as another example of transparency and trust. We always wanted everyone to know about our project.