[Video] 2017 Top 10 Ebony HBCU Queens Announced
Ebony has announced this year’s “Top 10 HBCU Queens” that will grace the pages of Ebony magazine. Each year Ebony features 10 HBCU Queens that you vote for. Each Queen is working towards a goal to achieve personal success as well play a crucial role in their perspective communities. Check out the Top 10 Ebony HBCU Queen’s and what they have to say about their HBCU, career goals and what drives them. #blackgirlmagic
Career Goals: I will ultimately attend law school where I will focus majorly on Civil Rights. I plan on traveling the world and promoting equity and fairness, starting right here in Louisiana. As I have experienced, we can draw an outline for our lives, but our lives may not want to follow that path. Therefore, I will take my experiences as they present themselves.
Career Goals: My future plans are to become a mathematics and Early Childhood Education professor at Albany State University. After I retire, I am striving to become the CEO of Girls Incorporated of America and takes its programs and missions to a global level.
Career Goals: To become a social worker and work for the families in need of services program
Career Goals: With aspirations to become an Anesthesiologist, Astra has interned at the historic Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN. She has also volunteered in the pediatric and anesthesia departments at Tulane Hospital of New Orleans, La. Her desire to assist those in need stems from her adolescence. Following graduation, she plans to pursue her Master’s degree in Public Health.
Career Goals: In the fall of 2017, I plan to attend law school. I aspire to become a practicing civil rights attorney.
Career Goals: Upon graduating with honors from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, I plan on pursuing a doctor of Ã‚ dental medicine with a specialty in pediatrics in hopes of providing underprivileged youth with prob Bono dental services. A smile is one of the most prized possessions a child can possess which in turn builds confidence, self-esteem, and a generally happier persona.
Career Goals: I aspire to become an obstetrician-gynecologist. I plan on opening my own practice and using my talents to mentor young women ages 13-30 who lack parental guidance and support
Career Goals: My aspiration in life is to inspire the next generation of great minds. How would I do this? By dedicating my life to children, first working as an elementary school teacher, and then becoming a pediatrician. As cliche as it sounds, I want to help the black community by educating our youth in having strong and healthy minds and bodies. I hope to help instill in them good habits — academically, mentally, physically and emotionally. In many respects, this is an extension of the work I did for my Girl Scout Gold Award in high school and is my life’s calling. If not me, then who?
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