Ebony Magazine has announced their top 10 women from Historically Black College Universities around the country for the 2012 HBCU Campus Queens edition.
The magazine recorded more than 1.8 million votes from Ebony.com visitors in their quest for the top educated beauties. The magazine took “representatives of the HBCU royalty and transformed them in the Ultimate Queens.”
In its third year, Ebony Magazine aims to select “great role models who are conscious of their communities, resolute in their beliefs, dedicated to their goals and committed to the importance of education.”
The women will appear in an issue of Ebony Magazine that will hit stands in September. The winners of the Ebony Campus Queens are listed below:
Mea Ashley, Miss Jackson State University, Mass Communications/Spanish, 21
Janae Roberts, Miss Tougaloo College, Chemistry, 22
Eyden Thomas, Miss Hampton University, Sociology, 22
Mia Holmes, Miss Xavier University of Louisiana, Biology/Pre-Denistry, 21
NaKena Cromartie, Miss Florida A&M University (FAMU), Accounting, 23
Alexandria Wilson, Miss Tuskegee University, Political Science, 21
Erika Grant, Miss Delaware State University, Accounting, 21
Harmony Cross, Miss North Carolina Central University, Public Administration, 21
Kea’ya Reeves, Miss Fort Valley State University, Criminal Justice, 22
Barbara Henry, Miss Fayetteville University, Criminal Justice/Accounting, 21
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