Belk Impact Fellow
Jamila Tate is a Cheatham-White Scholar at North Carolina Central University (NCCU). She is currently studying accounting and political science with concentrations in theory and pre-law and global politics. She will be graduating in May of 2022.
Jamila is the current President of NCCU’s National Association of Black Accountants, an active member of the University Honors Program as well as its national program Alpha Kappa Mu, a 2021 Apple HBCU Scholar, an attendee of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Leadership Institute for 2020 and 2021, and a current supplemental instructor of Accounting at NCCU.
She has previously interned with the United States Department of Agriculture and LabCorp. In her free time she likes to read horror, suspense, and thriller novels as well as watch movies. She also enjoys spending as much time as possible with her family and working on various research projects.
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