Year in School: Senior
Major/Minor: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Expected Graduation: 2019
I am a member of the Horace Mann Bond Honors Program, member of Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society, as well as a member of Sigma Alpha Pi Honor Society, a 2017 Vira I. Heinz Cohort, where I was given the opportunity to live abroad and gain global leadership training, a member and captain of the Lincoln University Cheerleading team, serve as Miss Black and Gold of Alpha Phi Alpha Nu chapter as well as Miss PAAC (Pennsylvania Association of Alpha Chapters). I also became a proud member of the first black sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated Epsilon Nu chapter."
I will one day become an Obstetrician-Gynecologist and open my own clinic in my community that focuses on the empowerment of women and health issues within our community. I also want to advance as a business women in my foreign exchange trading skill.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
Having real and honest conversations about black women in our society has been an integral part of relationship building between the women of my campus. For me to facilitate these candid conversations fills me with honor. If there is one thing I want to leave behind after my reign is, my campus being more connected than when I left and I feel that is and will be my biggest contribution.
Teonna M. Breland
Courtney Alexis Landrum