Natasha Fetterson of Charlotte graduated from Metropolitan College with a degree in social work. She finished her degree after attending JCSU initially in 1992, then transferred to Winston-Salem State University. She tried college several times before learning that she needed small classes and was better suited for social work than chemistry. In 2010 she started a company called N2Potential, which provides intervention services for people living with HIV and other illnesses. She calls herself a social agent for change and is grateful to the Duke Endowment for helping her finance the last year of her education. Her ultimate career goal is to become a college professor. Her senior paper explored African-American women living with HIV and its impact on their spiritual stability.