In 2019, I earned my Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies with a Minor in Health from the University of Houston. Benefiting from internships with S.H.A.P.E Community Center broadened my exposure to systematic methodologies that are currently in place that are preventing ideological perspectives of global peace. I have acquired the essential skills of systematic research, analytical thinking, and information evaluation. Most prominently, S.H.A.P.E Community Center has provided me with insight into sustaining peaceful structures and attitudes within the social, economic, and political on local and national levels.
I graduated at the top of my class and was privileged to be the first and only student in my department to graduate with a degree in African American Studies from the University of Houston. While studying African American Studies, I collected data that provided insight into analyzing the Afro-Diasporic people.
After graduating from the University of Houston, I was selected to attend Prairie View A&M University. I studied sociology within the program and crafted an appreciation of the interactions of people. My professors, Dr. Royster, Dr. Cambrice, and Dr. Lorenzo, contributed to the understanding of sociological analysis through economic methodologies.
Now that I have graduated with my master’s from Prairie View A&M University, I have learned that the lectures provided techniques that have helped me develop innovative methodologies that target the local and national levels. Apart from studies, I have conducted research for the State of Black Women, the Association of Black Sociologists, the Southern Political Science Association, and the Western Social Science Association. These experiences have strengthened my public speaking, leadership, and research skills.