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Anjosanlynn Fulgham, Miss Delaware State University (1766 hits)

Hometown: Prince George's County, Maryland

Year in School: Senior

Major/Minor: Psychology

Expected Graduation: 2016

Extracurricular Activities: Delaware State University Gospel Choir Director Residential Assistant 2014-2016

Leisure Activities: I enjoy singing, dancing, and reciting oratories. I simply love being on stage, especially if it gives me the opportunity to touch someone's heart or give them an escape when if it's for a few minutes. Music was one of the things that saved my life so I enjoy sharing that gift with others.

Career Goals: I aim to continue my education with the hopes of moving to Philadelphia. My want to study Public Policy while minoring in women studies. It is my desire that I am able to play a role in politics and bettering the way our policies are created, especially for minority's. I hope to be well connected with each community I serve as I continue to be a source of inspiration and guidance for those who need it.

What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?: Being able to represent my university in Atlanta at the Annual Miss Hall of Fame Competition. It was there that I was able to not only meet so many beautiful men and women who serve their HBCUs but I was also able to touch many hearts through my talents and my story which was the sole reason I was excited to be apart. I was also able to place top 10 and was third runner up by Gods grace.

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Posted By: Elynor Moss
Thursday, January 19th 2017 at 1:59PM
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