My road in life took a while to figure out.
I was very active in high school because I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do—I captained the cheerleading team, ran track, played in the marching band, played softball, etc.
I received several academic scholarships and decided to attend Old Dominion University (ODU) so that I could move out and live on campus, but not be too far away from home.
Graduated with my bachelor's degree in Chemistry.
I became a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., which is a nonprofit dedicated to providing support and developing community programs.
Originally, I wanted to go to medical school and become a medical doctor, but after realizing how long the process is I decided that path wasn’t for me.
After some research, I discovered that engineering was a profitable career, so I decided to continue my education at ODU to pursue my master’s degree in environmental engineering.
I attended a conference and walked out with a job at Johnson & Johnson—I have been working here for over 12 years.
I have recently partnered with ODU to establish my third endowment and I serve on the ODU Board of Visitors.
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