Anyjah is a rising senior studying African American and African Diaspora Studies with concentrations in Art and Literature. Anyjah is a proud Groups Scholar, she is a part of the 2015 class. Graduating high school as an Emergency Medical Technician, she entered IU as an Healthcare Management and Policy major through the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). After finding her passion for culture and diversity, she changed her major to African American and African Diaspora Studies and started protesting and advocating for the voices of all colored people. She has held the position of Trips Chair in the Thomas I. Atkins Living and Learning Community 2015-2018, planning trips across America for the residents of the floor. Along with being the Trips Chair, she was also the Senior Peer Mentor for Atkins LLC 2017-2018, being a mentor to all students and acting as a female residence assistant when needed. She is still active in the community as a former student fellow. Anyjah spends her free time volunteering at the Banneker Community Center, and holds monthly meetings for young girls promoting self love and importance. Along with volunteering and working, Anyjah is a member of Second Baptist Church where she works the sound booth for church and funeral services and helps out with the Youth’s church when needed. Anyjah has interned at five different nonprofit organizations; promoting mental health, woman’s advocacy, and Suicide prevention. She has the honor of being a Laidig Service Scholarship Recipient of St. Joseph County, where she interns for non profit organizations every summer, some being the Youth Service Bureau of St. Joseph County and United Health Services for Suicide Prevention. Anyjah is a former Marketing Program assistant for the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs where she served primarily as an ambassador between students and administration here at Indiana University for the 2017-2018 school year. She still participates in events and volunteers when needed. Upon graduation, Anyjah will be taking a full-time position in Athens, Georgia as a community liaison for literature with at risk youth.