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Dajah Johnson, Miss North Carolina Central University (1226 hits)

Hometown: Washington, NC

Year in School: Senior

Major/Minor: Nursing, Public Health Education

Expected Graduation: 2018

Extracurricular Activities: Founder of NCCU Queen's Council, Aspiring Eagles Academy peer mentor and outreach coordinator, SAAME (Science African American Majors Evolving), Student Government Association

Leisure Activities: Doing make-up, Swimming, Reading and volunteering

Career Goals: After receiving my nursing degree, I plan to attend graduate school to receive my DNP (Doctorate of Nursing Practice). After obtaining my DNP I plan to open a women's clinic and safe house for women that are in the process of turning their lives around and are in need of extra assistance.

What is your most memorable contribution as a Campus Queen?: My most memorable moment as miss NCCU was our Little Mister and Miss NCCU Pageant. The participants were from ages 5-11 and to see them display their talent and confidence was amazing! All participants were winners! After the pageant to have the young court walk beside us during our home games was the most precious thing; from the small confident waves and curious personalities, to having someone looking up to you and watching you every step of the way makes you love and work hard at what you do!

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Posted By: Elynor Moss
Wednesday, January 18th 2017 at 3:08PM
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