L.E.A.D. Ambassadors

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Alex Isaiah

Pronouns: He/His

Sophomore- Akron, OH

Major: Exploratory Concentration: Government, Public Policy, Justice

"One thing I have learned from my time in Kent is that clubs are a great way to make connections and can help you find people and make friends similar to you."


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Amelia Kunar

Pronouns: SHe/Her

Senior- Dublin, OH

Major: Political Science; Concentration: American Politics

“Throughout my time at Kent State, I have been on the cheer team and served as a LEAD Ambassador. I have also made a lot of amazing connections and had some incredible experiences.”


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Brianna Adjei

Pronouns: She/Her

Senior- Columbus, OH

Major: Biology; Concentration: PreMed

“I am a McNair Scholar and a Kupita/Transiciones Mentor. Previously, I have served as K/T Navigator and a Student Success Leader. I hope to attend medical school and become a neonatologist in the future."


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Damani Wade

Pronouns: He/His

Senior- Columbus, OH

Major: Computer Science; Concentration: Game Programming

“I am really interested in the inner workings of things I enjoy, like the process of filmmaking, animation, and video game development. I like to learn what makes things tick."


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Emmanuela Owusu

Pronouns: she/Her

Junior- Columbus, OH

Major: Biology; Concentration: PreMed

“During my time at Kent, I have served as the Secretary on M.A.P.S, program committee on KASA (Kent African Student Association), second year RA, clerical coordinator, and co-captain and now captain of an Afrobeats dance team on campus called Barefeet Dance Tribe."


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Treasure Johnson

Pronouns: SHe/Her

Sophomore- Morgan County, OH

Major: Psychology; Minor: Criminology & Justice Studies

“One of my favorite spots on campus is the Center for Undergraduate Excellence (CUE); it is a great spot to study and get homework done. There is also a fountain by Manchester Field that I discovered freshman year, also a good quiet place for outside studying.”


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Jahyla Leach

Pronouns: she/Her

Junior- Cleveland, OH

Major: Public Health; Concentration: Clinical Trials Research

“This semester I am currently trying to join Public Health Student Alliance and hopefully join the board and find an internship or shadow experience with a professor."


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Naudia Harris

Pronouns: she/Her

Senior- Barberton, OH

Major: Journalism; Concentration: Photojournalism

“My favorite resource are programs offered in the Center for Undergraduate Excellence (CUE) like Key Connections and Student Support Services. In all of the lessons I have taken away from Kent State University, I would say the act of being diligent is the most important. Continue learning; ask questions; build a connection circle; engage in Kent events. I believe the more you reach out, the more opportunities you will receive. Remember: college is what you make of it!”


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Yaa Boachie

Pronouns: she/Her

Senior- Columbus, OH

Major: Fashion Merchandising; Minor: Fashion Media & Design

“I want to travel more this upcoming year and find ways to be content in my life. On campus, I am the president of KASA (Kent African Student Association), a KT mentor, and a LEAD Ambassador.