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Sieben Edmunds Miller Criminal Justice Scholarship

Sieben Edmunds Miller Criminal Justice Scholarship

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Award Recipients

Valerie Stewart

Fall 2022

As a first-generation law student, I am committed to ensuring that equality and equity is universal for all. In the pursuit of this goal, in the past two years, I have expounded upon my career expertise by addressing legal issues such as restoration of voting rights and criminal expungement which disproportionately impact the Black community nationwide.

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Sieben Edmunds Miller- J'djouna Pierre: Fall 2021 Criminal Justice Scholarship Winner

Victoria R. Nauman

Spring 2022

On my first day of Teach For America-Baltimore, I was asked: “Who are you to teach here?” My initial inclination was to respond that I am educated, a leader, and am passionate about seeing children succeed. I am a first-generation college student who had to work my way through undergrad and know how to tackle adversity. However, to say I was naïve and underprepared would be an understatement.

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Sieben Edmunds Miller- J'djouna Pierre: Fall 2021 Criminal Justice Scholarship Winner

J’djouna Pierre

Fall 2021

I am a first-generation college graduate. That achievement alone has already transformed the trajectory of my life and the lives of my family for the better. But I cannot and will not stop there. My ultimate dream is to become the first lawyer in my family and pave the way for others. I was born in Haiti and immigrated to the United States at a young age. Embracing my diverse background helped shape the person who I am today and encouraged me to explore diverse issues.

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Sieben Edmunds Miller- J'djouna Pierre: Fall 2021 Criminal Justice Scholarship Winner