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Jotaka Eaddy is a 2001 political science graduate and was the first Black woman elected as the university's student body president.
Among her numerous accomplishments, she is the founder of #WinWithBlackWomen and founder and CEO of the social impact consulting firm Full Circle Strategies. Jotaka works at the intersection of politics, advocacy and technology. She also served on our Board of Governors. Her career dedicated to change stemmed from a Johnsonville, S.C. where she grew up on a dirt road.
Read the full story, written by Megan Sexton, on the university's website.