Year in School: Senior
Major/Minor: Mass Media Arts/Marketing
Expected Graduation: 2019
I serve as Orientation Guide, I have served as an reporter for our online magazine titled "HerCampus CAU". I am an former Vice President of the Clark Atlanta University chapter of National Association for the Advancement of Color People and as Miss Clark Atlanta University I also serve on Student Government Association
Being that Black women are the number one consumers of beauty/cosmetics products my overall goal is to open up my own chain of beauty supply stores in predominantly Black communities in the southern region.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
The most memorable contribution as an HBCU Campus Queen is my "For Women Only" event that took place doing CAU Experience Week, a school tradition for first year student. During this event I shared my story to them to highlight that they were placed at Clark Atlanta University to fulfill their purpose. Also we took a pledge to womanhood, it reads: "We pledge to be models of what African womanhood should be: STRONG, RELENTLESS, CARING, COMPASSIONATE, BRILLIANT, POWERFUL, and LOVING Let us be guardians of each others pledge. Let us uphold our people and bring forth a new time Lets shape our own history and work without pause until the cosmos find itself at end. Let our voices now, and forevermore be heard. WE, BLACK WOMEN ARE QUEENS! This event helped impact all first year women and it was inspiring.
Teonna M. Breland
Courtney Alexis Landrum