Vote For Ebony HBCU QUEENS
Ebony Magazine is back again with their momentous HBCU Campus Queens competition! The HBCU Campus Queens competition is an online beauty pageant that was created in 2010 specifically for the talented women who attend an HBCU. A unique factor about this competition is that peers or staff from their perspective universities has nominated all of the competitors. There are currently over 50 ladies from numerous HBCU’s across the country competing for the title.
A few of the 2017-2018 HBCU Campus Queens competitors are:
Kayla is a a senior at Tennessee State University, and is majoring in Health Science. Her career goal is to become a successful occupational therapist with the ultimate goal of owning her own rehabilitation center.
Tajah is a junior attending The University of the District of Columbia. According to Tajah, her most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen is her continuous service to the community.
Kristina Brown is a senior majoring in psychology at Alcorn State University . Her extracurricular activities include clubs such as; SGA, girl’s coalition, NAACP, and the gospel choir
If you’re interested in meeting the rest of these beautiful ladies then head over to www.ebony.com/campusqueens-2017/meetthequeens to learn more about all of the competitors.
Remember that voting ends at 11:59 p.m. on January 20, 2018 and you can vote for anyone as many times as you like until voting has closed.
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