Shubhra Rajpurohit, 23, is currently a research assistant at Augusta University and intends to study medicine and become a physician.

One word you would use to describe yourself: Driven.

What did you want to be when you grew up? An ophthalmologist.

Favorite indulgence?  Tamarind-flavored candy.

Greatest hope: To be able to give back to my community as a physician.

Favorite subject in school? Everything, I love school. If I really had to pick, it would be Breaking Boundaries Interactive Art and Physical Computing, as well as Design Thinking. I took both of these courses as an undergraduate student at Augusta University.

Song playing in your head: Can’t Stop The Feeling by Justin Timberlake.


Davis Bullington, 10, is a middle school student and volunteer golf coach at First Tee summer camps.

One word you would use to describe yourself: Funny.

If you had a super power, what would it be?  Flying, so I could fly into Disney World.

Hobbies? Golf, playing the saxophone, playing with my dog.

Hardest part about being a kid? Homework.

Best thing about being a kid? You don’t have to do taxes.

Are you a planner, a dreamer or a doer? A planner because I like to plan birthday parties.

Favorite college football team: Alabama— Roll Tide Roll!!!!!!!!


Jenny Sinex, 51, is a stay-at-home mom who fosters rescue pets. Through her family’s love of animals they have adopted three beloved rescues– Toby, Kiki and Cassie. She has 3 children and has been married for 25 years.

If you could have any job, what would you choose? Stay-at-home mom.

Favorite place to take the kids? I love it when we all go to the movies together.

What quality do you admire the most? Honesty.

Dream vacation? Ireland.

What’s your favorite food? Puerto Rican red beans and rice are my soul food.

Whom do you admire the most? My parents. Their steadfast love for one another and for our family is my bedrock.

This article appears in the November 2019 issue of Augusta Family Magazine.
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