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I am a senior at the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in psychology and minoring in Africana Studies. I am the co-executive editor of the Little Black Book, one of the few African American magazines on campus. I am also co-founder of Black hair Penn and the business manager of the The New Spirit of Penn Gospel Choir. Lastly, I am an active member of Alpha Phi Omega Community Service Fraternity. I have had experience as grant coordinator for the Netter Center for West Philadelphia Community Paternerships and I also teach at Wilson Community School as a Hassel Family Intern and a Summer Program instructor. I have a strong science background and technolgocially knowledgable on major database, Microsoft and Adobe software.