Year in School:
Served as a Peer mentor 2014-current; Student Government Association, Miss Sophomore 2014-2015, Miss Junior 2015-2016, United Methodist Student Movement, Honda All-Star Award Challenge, Ebone' Fashion Club, Pre-Alumni, NAACP, Cross Country Team, and a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
I enjoy networking with others. I love spending time with family, friends and serving in the community. When I have down time, I love watching lifetime movies, writing poetry and listening to old school music.
Upon obtaining my Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature, I plan to attend law school. After receiving my Juris Doctorate, I would like to serve in an area that would benefit from having an attorney to speak on their behalf. I also desire in my spare time explore any modeling opportunities and eventually become a motivational speaker.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
As a liaison to the to the student body and administration, effective communication about the concerns of students to make changes to the school environment is necessary. Being a student leader it is imperative that I reflect the motto and mission of the institution. I motivate, engage, nurture and help students set and reach attainable goals. A proud student of a HBCU, it is my duty to serve the student body, the community and represent in the highest of morals and ethical standards. Remaining humble and having respect for my fellow man is the true characteristics of a leader. I once read a quote, " It's not what the future holds, but knowing who holds the future". I please everything I do in God's hand.