Hometown: Tallahassee, FL
Year in School: Senior
Expected Graduation: 2018
Parliamentarian of Collegiate Women of Empowerment, Velma Fudge Grant Honors Program, National Society of Leadership and Success, Habitat for Humanity, Housing and Residence Life, Thurgood Marshall College Fund Scholar, Sisters Advocating for Stronger Sisterhood
"I have aspirations to become a Sales and Merchandise Manager for Corporate America, and eventually own a business that supports financial advising for underprivileged families.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
My most memorable contribution as a Campus Queens is my ""Queens Night In"" event I held for women on campus. It allowed, not only myself to show how I am behind my own crown and makeup, but other women who fight the same battles and insecurities. Relationships were built, mentor-ships were created, and it became a safe haven for some women who did not have a girlfriend to turn to. It reminded me why I sought out for the title of Miss ASU, so many months ago. It is bigger than myself and my reign, but about the people I impact during the process.
Jessica Lillian Dedeaux