Libby says she is honored and humbled to be chosen for this unique opportunity. "This has been one of the most amazing experiences of my life," Libby said. "I am really looking forward to serving this campus in the capacity of Miss Auburn and also implementing my platform. The City of Auburn is ready for us to help and I think the student body is too."
Libby ran with the campaign slogan, "Lend a Hand." Her platform encourages students to get out and engage in the Auburn community, especially the areas that stand in stark contrast to the affluent campus of Auburn University. Auburn offers many opportunities for students to volunteer through IMPACT projects, SGA programs, and the City of Auburn. Libby plans on working toward expanding those and providing a way for students to accurately monitor and track how much they volunteer and where their efforts are being placed.
"Time is an invaluable resource that, while we may be short on it, can make a big difference," Libby said
In addition to being a regular student, her commitments to her day-to-day Miss Auburn responsibilities, and encouraging students to volunteer, Libby is working on a partnership with the Collegiate Link program for the student body in order to monitor the number of volunteer hours students complete. With the goal of getting the program up and running by October to track the hours of volunteering by individual students, Libby plans on having a reveal at the end of the school year to display how much time Auburn's students donate to the surrounding community.