Kayanna Adams

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Kayanna Adams graduated magna cum laude with her BA in Sociology and a minor in Crime and Justice Studies. She plans to attend WSU for her MA in their ABS program in the Fall of 2022. After receiving her Master’s degree, she would love to further her education and obtain a doctoral degree, preferably in Sociology. One of Kayanna’s main goals is to become a professor and teach research methods and other social problems relating to this field. During her undergrad, she had an internship with Montgomery County Juvenile Probation Court, and it showcased her passion for the criminal justice field and proved that she would love to make a career out of what she has learned here. For community service, Kayanna currently volunteers at the Prosecutor’s office in Montgomery County as a Victim’s advocate/witness. She says that it has not only helped her in her schooling by gaining experience in the field, but it helps the community that she lives in. Wright State has become Kayanna’s home away from home, and she has loved everything she has experienced here.


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