Since 1945, Ebony Magazine has been celebrating African American life and culture. In 2010, Ebony began highlighting black collegiate women in leadership who have committed their matriculation to positively impacting their institution and community. The time is now. Our very own Miss Bennett College has the opportunity to be featured in the Top 10 HBCU Campus Queens issue of Ebony Magazine.
The 2017-2018 HBCU Campus Queens online competition is live now. Voting is unlimited and open to all. So, share the link below and be sure to click every day to vote for Miss Bennett College, Niquia Harris. Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. on January 20, 2018.
How To Vote
Click this link, which takes you to the page of Niquia Harris. Find the purple button in the right hand corner labeled “VOTE NOW” and click Enter a valid email address and password of choice, then click register (ONLY IF THIS IS YOUR FIRST TIME VOTING) or click login if your email has already been registered. Your vote has been cast!
Who is she?
Niquia Harris is a senior social work major from Willingboro, New Jersey, who humbly serves as our 2017-2018 Miss Bennett College. Throughout Niquia’s matriculation, she has impacted our beloved campus by participated in the following extracurricular activities and leadership roles: Miss Junior 2016-2017, Miss Sophomore 2015-2016, Student Ambassadors, New Student Orientation Leader, Bellsody Poetry Club, Spirit of David Dance Ministry and Social Work Club.
Niquia has also represented Bennett College with grace and poise by traveling to the annual HBCU Kings and Queens Conference in New Orleans this past summer, the International Leadership Association Conference in Brussels, Belgium, and by placing in the 2017-2018 HBCU Royalty Dictionary competition along ???
As a former fostered youth, Niquia uses her reign to positively influence young people, specifically targeting those in the foster-care system. She has been a mentor to the local Boys and Girls Club and the non-profit organization “Girl Tea Time”. Niquia has collected school supplies for students in need, made blankets for Pre-K youth and volunteered in our local food banks. Upon graduation, she has hopes of becoming a well-known humanitarian and motivational speaker who travels the world making an impact one soul at a time.