Fort Washington, Md
Year in School:
Health Information Management
Member of The National Council of Negro Women Inc., Founder of Chosen Generation Liturgical Dance and Mime Club, Treasure and Historian of Coppin State University Student Health Information Management Association, Student Ambassador, Two Term Chair of The Student Activities Programming Board and, A Residential Assistant of The Office of Residence Life.
Lover of Humanities, Aerobic Exercise, Self Care, Liturgical Dancing, Writing Poetry Spending Time with Family, Perfecting My Craft of Drawing, Improving My Memory by doing Soduko and Reducing Stress while Playing the Piano.
I aspire to be a community advocate, serving my community by representing them in The State Legislature. I also wish to start a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young women in marginalized communities.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
My most memorable moment as a Campus Queen was establishing the first Little Mister and Miss Coppin State University. In addition, being able to do a job that I love. Representing an institution requires dedication and much sacrifice, but all of that is worth it when you understand that your deeds are impacting and encouraging many. Being a campus queen has allowed me to become the best me I can be, and because of this position I have become a better student leader. To me anyone can execute change in their school and community, but being a campus queen has taught me to do it with poise, congeniality, and positivity, which is absolutely necessary when one is promoting change for your university!This is hard work, and I know I was called to do it.