Year in School: Senior
Major/Minor: Forensic Science
Expected Graduation: 2020
I am involved in several extracurricular activities. I am a member of the Velma Fudge Honor society and have been since I was a freshman. I have also been apart the Forensic Science Club and was president from 2018-2019 scholastic year. I have always loved theatre and have been a part of the Theater Club since freshman year and was selected to be Vice President of Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society. I have been singing since birth and chose to be a member of the Anointed ASU Gospel Choir and was the Soprano Section leader for 2 years.
Ultimately, my career goal is to become a prominent Forensic Pathologist. I am fascinated with the human body and how it works. I have had many internships within the medical field and decided that Forensic Science is for me. There is an option to work for various agencies such as local sheriff's departments, the CIA, or FBI; however, I desire to work at a hospital and assist in the determination of death.
What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?:
My most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen has been being able to be a role model to younger girls in the community. I have been working and volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club in Albany, Georgia and have been able to start a mentoring program. In the program I teach girls from the age of 6-18 on how to dress, speak, and act. The girls and I also talk about self-care, relationships, and being mentally as well as physically healthy. Being able to be a role model, and that big sister, has always meant something to me because it helps me know I'm making a difference.
Markyl L. Wilson