Fayetteville State University
Eden, North Carolina
Year in School:
I am involved in various organization through my campus such as: Student Government Association: Executive Branch, Student Athlete Advisory Commitee:Vice President, My Sisters Keeper:Treasurer, Fayetteville State University Cheerleading team, FSU Honors Club:Special Events Coordinator, and Student Activites Council.
My leisure activities consist of hanging out and conversing with my family, friends and peers. I absolutely love to talk, eat, shop, mentor and do adventurous and exciting things such as going to amusement parks,traveling to new places and working out.
My career goal are to become a Communication Correspondent for fortune 500 companies, as well as a News Anchor. My long term goals are to open up my own foundation named after my parents; for underprivileged African American and Hispanic children, My foundation will assist African American and Hispanic children in financing their college career.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
My most memorable moment as queen was at an event that I had at the beginning of the year called Queen's Talk. This event allowed me to build a stronger realationship with the female population at my institution. I was able to sit down and converse with young women on my campus not as Miss Fayetteville State University, but as Bria Perkins, women to women. We conversed about self-esteem, sisterhood, our backgrounds, and our personal experiences and testimonies.Through mentorship I was able to mend the relationship amongst the female population here at my institution.Most importantly that was the moment that I realized I don't wear my crown for me , I wear my crown for the queens that will never get to wear one; I am my peoples queen