Chipman Center Development Archival Researcher

I am a Senior at George Mason University, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work with a Minor in Forensic Psychology and Criminology, Law, & Society. I aspires to obtain a Juris Doctorate Degree in Law with an M.S. in Public Policy. I am an academic scholar that is a part of Mason’s Honors College where I serves as a Lead Mentor for honor students. I have been awarded and honored for my academic excellence, leadership, and community service. Some include but not limited to:The Honors College Concerned Citizen of the Year Award, Peter C Forame Student Leader Scholarship, Kimmy Duong Foundation Scholarship, and others. I pride myself on working with and meeting the needs of families and youth in marginalized communities through my various internships and community projects. I am a former intern of Wicomico County Habitat for Humanity and Community Lodgings in Alexandria Virginia. Furthermore, my contribution to my community and the surrounding area continues through my work at the John Mitchell Program. I’m working with the Chipman Foundation to preserve its staple and pillar of the Black community, the Chipman Cultural Center. The people of my community deserve to have their stories heard. Therefore, I will work to expose the truths that are trying to be erased.