My name is Kendra Dixie. I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I graduated with academic honors from Cornerstone College Preparatory School in Fort Wayne, IN as Valedictorian of the class of 2010. I was accepted and enrolled at Spring Arbor University fall of 2010 where I majored in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology.
In 2011, I became a Presidential Ambassador for Spring Arbor University where I served as a student representative at various functions, including but not limited to, convocation, board meetings and alumni functions. I also participated in commencements, dinners and other special functions for any office at Spring Arbor University as assigned by the President’s Office.
I was also a student blogger for the University where I had to create, compose and edit all self-written materials with topics ranging from on-campus events, student life, world and local news, personal, and spiritual life.
I also am a Who's Who nominee among students in American Universities and Colleges. In January of 2014, I began serving as an intern for the Prosecuting Attorney's office of Jackson County, Michigan. In May of 2014, I graduated from Spring Arbor University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice to pursue a future career as an Attorney.
My family, friends, and knowing there are individuals in the world that are in need of a helping hand are what motivate me to continue onto my career path. Knowing that I have the power to positively change the world in my generation and for those to come keeps me humbled, motivated, and determined to surpass any barriers that might block the path to my destination.
My latest accomplishments
My latest accomplishment is graduating from Spring Arbor University.
Next big goal
My next big goal is to attend law school with a concentration in Criminal Law. I also aspire to become a philanthropist, entrepreneur, and business woman.
Why is choosing your own path important?
Choosing my own path is important because it allows me to build, envision, and conquer the unimaginable. What better way to get to destiny than to create your own steps? I have learned that my path is what makes me unique, and allows me to be a guiding light to others. From experience, choosing my path has not been an easy one, however it is one that has and continues to humble me, test me, and become an intricate key in unlocking the door to success.
Favorite place on campus
The Dining Commons
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