Winston-Salem State University
High Point, NC
Year in School:
Miss WSSU (Alumni Relations Coordinator, Community Service Coordinator, Scholarship Fundraising Coordinator, Women Empowerment) 2016-2017,New Student Orientation Leader 2015-2017, Miss Black Women For Change (community service role) 2015-2016 Senator of the Natural and Physical Sciences; Student Senate;Student Government Association 2015-2016, Senator at Large of the Natural Sciences; Student Senate;Student Government Association 2014-2015, S.T.A.R.S Mentor (honors program freshman mentorship program) 2014-2017, Miss Freshman, Royal Court, Student Government Association (community service/ fundraiser coordinator) 2013-2014, Speaker for State FarmÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s: Ã¢â‚¬Å“DonÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t be textually active while drivingÃ¢â‚¬Â campaign 2010-2011, Campus Activities Board 2013-Present, Homecoming committee 2014-2016, Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students| Student National Medical Association 2014-2016, Political Actions Committee 2014-Present, Black Women for Change 2014-2015, Student Conduct Council 2014-2015, Women in Leadership Development 2013-2014.
Mentoring girls and young women, cooking, traveling, reading, conducting research, and doing adventurous things.
I am going to be an Emergency Room Physician in the United States Air Force.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
During my "Paint the City Red" Community Service Day during Homecoming I was able to create several volunteer opportunities all over Winston-Salem, NC . I had over 160 student volunteers. We mentored kids at different elementary schools, fed the homeless at the Samaritan Ministries, cleaned up the streets, built shelters for Winston-Salem Rescue Mission, and stocked food for Second Harvest Food Bank. It was heart warming to give back to the community because it gives so much to the University.