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Xavia King, Miss Wilberforce University (1043 hits)

Hometown: Youngstown, Ohio

Year in School: Junior

Major/Minor: Business Management

Expected Graduation: 2018

Extracurricular Activities: Xavia is involved in many extracurricular activities on campus. She's a second year captain of the Emerld green and gold jazzers, which is the school dance team. She's also involved in the Wilberforce University Optimus club, The inspirational voices gospel chior, student ambassadors club and, P.OS.H modeling troop.

Leisure Activities: Xavia loves singing and dancing in her leisure. It's always a pleasure when Xavia con volunteer and dance with Harambee Youth African Dance Group in her hometown of Youngstown, OH.

Career Goals: Xavia has goals of one day becoming sports attorney. Xavia also has aspirations of becoming a model.

What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?: My most memorable moment was when I gave students from my hometown a campus tour. This group of youth adults saw an example of what they could become by taking a chance and stepping out on faith. I was humbled and proud to not only be a college student but the student ambassador for my hometown. There's only two students at Wilberforce university from Youngstown Ohio. I was glad to have the opportunity to encourage the students and awaken the fighter within them. Being a queen allowed me to not only be a student talking to them but, my reign is the personification of the leaders that they are.


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Posted By: Elynor Moss
Friday, January 13th 2017 at 11:24AM
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