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Hampton University class of 1995
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North Carolina Central University class of 2003
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Bria Perkins, Miss Fayetteville State University
Posted By: Elynor Moss on January 19, 2017

Hometown: Eden, North Carolina

Year in School: Senior

Major/Minor: Mass Communications

Expected Graduation: 2017

Extracurricular Activities: I am involved in various organization through my campus such as: Student Government Association: Executive Branch, Student Athlete Advisory Commitee:Vice President, My Sisters Keeper:Treasurer, Fayetteville State University Cheerleading team, FSU Honors Club:Special Events Coordinator, and Student Activites Council.

Leisure Activities: My leisure activities consist of hanging out and conversing with my family, friends and peers. I absolutely love to talk, eat, shop, mentor and do adventurous and exciting things such as going to amusement parks,traveling to new places and working out.

Career Goals: My career goal are to become a Communication Correspondent for fortune 500 companies, as well as a News Anchor. My long term goals are to open up my own foundation named after my parents; for underprivileged African American and Hispanic children, My foundation will assist African American and Hispanic children in financing their college career.

What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?: My most memorable moment as queen was at an event that I had at the beginning of the year called Queen's Talk. This event allowed me to build a stronger realationship with the female population at my institution. I was able to sit down and converse with young women on my campus not as Miss Fayetteville State University, but as Bria Perkins, women to women. We conversed about self-esteem, sisterhood, our backgrounds, and our personal experiences and testimonies.Through mentorship I was able to mend the relationship amongst the female population here at my institution.Most importantly that was the moment that I realized I don't wear my crown for me , I wear my crown for the queens that will never get to wear one; I am my peoples queen


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