Albreia Hall

Albreia is a native of Perry, GA to a family filled with educators; education has served as a basis for Albreia's life. One of her proudest and most cherished accomplishments is attending her parents Alma Mater on a full ride academic scholarship. In May 2012, Albreia graduated from Fort Valley State University Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

During her collegiate years, Albreia has been an active member of Peach State Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Beta Kappa Chi Scientific Honor Society, American Chemical Society, Fort Valley State University Student Government Association where she served as the Chief of Staff, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated where she served as President.

Furthermore, Albreia is always looking for ways to expand her knowledge. She conducted a summer research project at Princeton University, Department of Molecular Biology by investigating cilia process in zebrafish mutants vic and locke. In addition, Albreia participated in the Student Educational Enrichment Program at Georgia Health Sciences and University on both an intermediate and advanced level. Albreia feels volunteer work through adult computer classes, Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program, Toys for Tots, and Virginia Gardens Assistant Living the past several years. This has built her character into a very appreciative person.

In December 2013, Albreia graduated from Georgia State University with a Master of Science in Cellular Biology and Immunology. While at Georgia State University, Albreia served as a Program Assistant to the Office of Supplemental Instruction.
Looking ahead to a bright future, Albreia will start dental school this fall at Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine. In preparation for dental school, she is interning at a local dental office and working as an Adjunct Biology Professor at Central Georgia Technical College.