Year in School: Senior
Major/Minor: Biology Pre-Med/Chemistry
Expected Graduation: 2019
Student Government Association, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Xavier Cheerleader, Xavier Activities Board, Xavier Activities Board Publicity Chair, Peer Dean Association, President's Scholarship Award recipient, Member of National Society of Leadership and Success, "Stand Out" Award from XU Girls Rock, "Best Queen Photo" Award from the 17th Annual HBCU Kings and Queens Conference, Member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Alpha Lambda Delta Editor, Sophomore Class Senator, Member of Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Professional Honor Society, Member of the Biomedical Honor Corps., Xavier Student Ambassador, Supplemental Instructor, Member of Tri-Beta Biological Science Honor Society.
My primary goal is to become a physician and use medicine to help the underrepresented racial and cultural population, nationally and internationally. My ongoing interest in being of service to others regardless of their racial or ethnic background has prepared me for the world of communication, leadership, and medicine. I believe that this unique practice will allow me to pour back into society, especially into the lives of the less fortunate.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
During Xavier's week-long orientation, I had the opportunity to engage with the new students from over thirty states and three countries. One of the final events was the talent show, where new students revealed their talents such as magic or music. Working as one of the judges for this event, my heart was warm as the students performed because three years ago, I had been in their exact position: eager and excited to begin the college journey. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to interact and meet with such bright, excited Xavierites.
Teonna M. Breland
Courtney Alexis Landrum