Yasmeen firstname.lastname@example.orgMajor: Exercise Physiology
I chose the NAACP because I believe we need to bridge the gap that keeps discrimination alive. I want to see equality and justice truly be for everyone. Being a part of the NAACP helps me be a part of the change I want to see in the world."Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." ~Neale Donald Walsch
1st Vice President
Myya HelmEmail: email@example.comMyya Helm is a fourth year student with dual majors in Political Science and International Studies with a minor in Arabic studies from West Union, WV. As a student, she is an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, a M-Power Program Mentor, and an Intern for Delegate Danielle Walker. Last year, Myya was a Student Government Association Senator, President of West Virginia University College Democrats, and Vice President of West Virginia University Model United Nations. Myya enjoys traveling, learning languages, reading books on Black history, watching Black documentaries, collecting memes, and impulse buying plants.
Brandi firstname.lastname@example.orgMajor: Psychology
I chose NAACP because of their mission to seek out and maintain social equality and justice for all. I believe as though everyone is equal to one another and should be treated as such.The NAACP raises awareness to such believes and pushes issues that are found in our flawed society about equality, racial profiling, and much more. I believe that all lives matter but black lives matter as well and this fact has been heavily ignored by society. The NAACP pushes this issue and informs that black lives do matter. The NAACP is also a way to get culturally informed. As a child raised in a rural area that was predominantly white I was not much informed about my African American history. The NAACP gives me the opportunity to learn more about my African American heritage and about organization like the NAACP that has helped the African American community get to where they are today."You will face many defeats in your life, but never let yourself be defeated" ~Dr. Maya Angelou
Public Relations Committee Co-Chair
Community Service Chair
amaya jerniganEmail: email@example.comAmaya Jernigan is a third year student with a major in Biology from Waldorf, MD. As a student, she is a Senator of WVU's Student Government Association, First Year Liaison of Resident Assistant Council, and an Undergraduate Research Assistant. Amaya enjoys sleeping and eating vegan food.