Jacqueline Paul – Candidate Campus Activities Board Coordinator
Briefly describe yourself.
Jacqueline Paul is a Junior and Early Childhood Special Education and has been very active with the Student Government Association (SGA) at Bowie State University.
What student organizations are you involved with?
She is involved around campus with the Education club for the past year and a half and Student Government Association, her involvement with SGA is ongoing.
What attracted you to these organizations?
Paul is attracted to leadership positions and enjoys being an advocate for students, and enjoyed how the Education club gave her a taste of her intended career goals.
Why do you want to be Campus Activities Board Coordinator?
Jacqueline Paul wants to continue the work of current CAB Coordinator Devin Richards, by having unique activities on the campus and taking BSU to the next level.
What is your platform?
Stepping Out of the Box: Educational, Career development. The goal is to really prepare BSU for Life.
How are you different from the position’s current holder?
Jacqueline admits that she is not too different from Devin Richards and plans to continue his legacy.
How will you best represent BSU?
Paul believes she will best represent BSU by bringing students pride in our school, beginning with incoming students.
Who are your role models?
Her Mother, a strong black woman who wants Jacqueline to be an even better version of her, she also looks up to her brother who is her advisor and one she can turn to for motivation, support, and encouragement.
What are some issues around campus that you will work to solve?
School Pride and School Representation
How closely do you plan on working with SGA and the general student body?
She fully intends to work very closely with both SGA and the general student body. She says without their support she will not be successful. And refers to herself as the students liaison.
What are your future plans?
Graduate school at Johns Hopkins or New York University, to continue learning about early childhood development. Her passion is to help children with hearing and speech impairments as she has overcome some of the hardships associated with those impairments.
Jacqueline Paul also wants her fellow students know that she is very approachable, open to any ideas, and that she is here to serve them.