Initially, Manetta studied bioengineering. However, after a few courses Manetta realized she was good in math, but she wasn’t passionate about it. So, she took a semester off to explore her career interests. Once again, her sister helped guide her by suggesting she check out BBH.
“My sister told me if she could do it again, she would study BBH, and maybe I should check it out because it’s more of a build-your-own focus; you can focus on what interests you,” Manetta said. “I was more interested in psychology, but biological aspects of it and I thought BBH was a good fit.”