Claire Elise Lazo-Kim is the daughter of Dr. Glenn and Ileana Kim and is a junior majoring in Speech Pathology at Baylor University holding a 3.45 grade point average. She is a graduate of Coronado High School. Claire worked at the El Paso Children’s Hospital last summer where she helped in the Developmental and Rehabilitative Services. She is a member of the National Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a member of Baylor University Stepping Out. Clair was a tutor at La Fe Preparatory School where she helps Spanish-speaking elementary students. She also volunteers at the Mustard Seed Cafe and also helps the St. Clement’s Church as a Vacation Bible School Leader preparing weekly lessons for classes and teaching on a regular basis. The El Paso native is part of Zeta Tau Alpha and is the Programs Council Chairperson while also being a part of the Big Man on Campus Committee and the Legacy Event Coordinator. She has earned many honors, which include being on the Dean’s List at Baylor, earning the Baylor University Provost’s Gold Scholarship, as well as the El Paso Panhellenic Award of Scholars. She is also honored on the National Society of Collegiate of Scholars. Claire mentioned that she loves the people of El Paso and is proud of how the city is growing. She is honored to be on the 2016 Sun Court and plans to brag about the loving city she calls home.