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Jakaira Walker, Miss Lane College (1599 hits)

Hometown: Chattanooga

Year in School: Sophomore

Major/Minor: Interdisciplinary Studies

Expected Graduation: 2019

Extracurricular Activities: Basketball,Presidential Scholars, NAACP, Lane College Belles, Presidential Council, FYE Leaders, Campus Activity Board, National Honor Society, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Youth Counselor at Boys and Girls Club of Chattanooga, Jackson Central Merry High School Girls Assistant Basketball Coach
Leisure Activities: Modeling, Mentoring to elementary students and Lane College and Lane College Freshman's, Majorette Dancing, Student Teacher at Isaac Lane Technology Magnet Elementary School

Career Goals: As Miss Lane College I currently teach Kindergarten at Isaac Lane Technology Magnet Elementary School. Upon graduating I plan on acquiring my Masters' in Special Education to become a teacher with a focus on Early Childhood Education

What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?: Definitively the contribution that has been not only the most challenging, but also the most memorable, would be initiating sincere dialogue concerning Restoring the Lane Community. Specifically, by enriching Campus life through the largest reengagement of Alumni of Lane College during 2016 Homecoming.


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Thursday, January 19th 2017 at 12:48PM
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