JaMariea’ Davis-Miller, the 65th Miss Grambling State University, has been selected to compete in the annual 2018-2019 EBONY HBCU Campus Queens Contest.
Miss Davis-Miller, a senior pre-med biology major and psychology minor from Monroe, needs assistance from the student body, staff members, family, friends and the community to help her achieve her goal to become the next EBONY HBCU Campus Queen.
Ten winning queens will be crowned and featured in the pages of EBONY magazine and on their website at EBONY.com.
Voting is now open and will remain open until 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 31, 2018 with unlimited submissions. To vote, go to www.EBONY.com/campusqueens-2018. Once you get to the site, there will be a list of all queens who are participating in the contest. Scroll down until you see Grambling State University and a photo of Miss JaMariea’ Davis-Miller. Click Miss Grambling’s picture then a short profile and video will appear on your screen. Scroll down until you see “VOTE NOW” in a purple box. After clicking the box, you will either need to sign-in with an EBONY account, or log-in with either Facebook or Google to fully submit your vote. As previously mentioned, voting is unlimited so do not hesitate to support Miss Grambling State University.
Davis-Miller said she is very dedicated and involved with her peers and institution. All she needs now, is the unwavering support of her community to continue shining light on GSU’s name.
Davis-Miller mentioned that being Miss Grambling State University is “a dream come true” and ever since she was a little girl, she knew she wanted to attend Grambling State University. What she did not realize, was how involved she would become over time. Her dreams became a reality as soon as she stepped foot on GSU’s campus, and now she needs the community’s help to secure her next venture, being an EBONY HBCU Campus Queen.
Davis-Miller said she lives off of her Miss Grambling State University platform, “Fight for the G in you: Greatness, Gratitude and Generosity.”
Being great, showing gratitude and being generous are things Davis-Miller feels makes a person their best selves.
Davis-Miller wants to ensure students and faculty are all unified and working towards their best for the betterment of the community.