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Full-time student, Uni of Kent
Nia‘s professional bio / interests
I began my educational journey studying at Clark Atlanta University for Political Science at the pinnacle of protests and political unrest. Going to a historically black college allowed to me to analyze how tactics used by the state has impacted black communities since the 1950’s. I continued my analysis at the University of Georgia, which allowed my acceptance in to a 6 month program at Oxford University for Terrorism and Human Rights. That experience opened my mind to how not only domestic policy but international policy has affected how counter-terrorism measures are allowed to be preemptive and destructive. I then graduated with my bachelors in Political Science. Today, I am receiving my masters in International Relations with International Law with a dissertation that analyzes state action against African American civil rights efforts revolutionized from the past to present day.
I’d like help with…
Understanding the public sector as a career field and how I can climb the ladder past the glass ceiling.
An interesting, or unusual fact(s) about me…
I am specialized in crystal jewelry making.
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A career highlight
In the pandemic, I was promoted from desk assistant to event coordinator. In 3 months I set up 4 summer programs for high school students looking for higher education. My coordinated events were attended by over 400 students virtually.
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22 June, 2023