Leadership Experience

  • Black Business Association of Memphis

    Memphis, TN  March 2020- Present

    ▪ Partner with the BBA to support its goals of economic equality for black- and minority-owned businesses
    ▪ Develop programs to assist entrepreneurs through education, advocacy, and business development

  • LeMoyne-Owen College

    Student Government Association President

    Memphis, TN  May 2019- Present

    ▪ Lead a 6-member cabinet to articulate student concerns, dedicating 20 office hours weekly during the semester to meet with students and cabinet members
    ▪ Worked within the framework of the SGA constitution and bylaws to successfully advocate for the inclusion of a Student Trustee on the College’s Board of Trustees
    ▪ Serve as student representative on the Presidential Search Committee, Vice-President for Academic Affairs Search Committee, Commencement Committee, among others

  • Summer Institute of Emerging Managers and Leaders (SIEML)

    Program Attendee

    Riverside, CA May 2020

    ▪ 1 of 40 students selected to attend the all-expenses-paid immersive business and career leadership experience
    ▪ Participated in workshops and lectures from faculty and administrators from the six University of California business schools and networking with industry leaders and a case study competition
    ▪ Currently eligible to receive up to two years of full fee and tuition fellowships at any of the six University of California graduate business schools

  • STS Elite

    STS Enterprise Corporation Curriculum Chair

    Memphis, TN  August 2017- June 2018

    ▪ Led curriculum evaluation process by examining past curriculum to evaluate performance and to recommend changes that could strengthen its impact
    ▪ Confer with students and an advisory group to assess how to relate curriculum materials to the students’ individual needs
    ▪ Research, evaluate and prepare recommendations on curricula, instructional methods, and material

  • Glenmuir High School

    Student's Council Representative

    Clarendon, Jamaica  September 2013 – June 2015

    ▪ Worked to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities
    ▪ Shared ideas, interests, and concerns with teachers and school principal