Year in School:
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Golden Key International Honors Society, American Pharmacists Association, National Black Pharmacist Association, Freddye T. Davy Honors College,
Organizing and planning community service projects and fundraising, shopping, spending time with friends and family, zumba and traveling
My career goals are to become a pharmacist focusing on research emphasizing the use of drugs to combat infectious disease and cancer; in addition to being a clinical pharmacist working with healthcare teams for the advancement of patient care. My biggest aspiration is to one day own a pharmaceutical company in efforts of dispensing drugs at affordable rates for those who lack healthcare benefits.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
My most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen thus far has been the launching of my platform, The Love Your Mirror Project: Embracing Body Diversity and Building the Self-Esteem Among Young Girls Everywhere. This project is most memorable because, it turned out greater than I expected; and I was able to reach so many young women on campus and within the Hampton Roads community who deal with depression, insecurity and low self-esteem. It was amazing to see how we all were able to come together as women and express ourselves about the different fears and stigmas we have encountered pertaining to self-image. By being vulnerable and sharing my story of overcoming insecurity and lack of self-acceptance with these ladies a sense of empowerment was built for them to accept who they are and to embrace their own kind of beautiful.