Hailee B. Roye, Student Member
Tennessee State University
Hailee B. Roye is a rising Senior and Early Childhood Education Major at Tennessee State University. Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania she is the oldest of three children and a first-generation college student. With her desire to produce nothing but excellence she strives to make in impact in both her own life and the community around her.
Hailee’s presence is shown throughout her involvements in school and extracurricular activities. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated. As well as the newly elected President for NACWC, Inc. Women of Empowerment, The Frankie J. Pierce Federated Chapter. She was a member of The Student Government Association, where she served as Freshman Class secretary and served on The Student Election Commission. Currently, she is a research assistant for the GLOBE Earth Mission Project sponsored by NASA. In this position she uses NASA assets to create opportunities using STEM for disadvantage students within her community. These positions not only shape and molded Hailee’s future but it developed skillsets that she now uses to advocate and lead others.
With a burning desire to create change and to lift others as she climbs. As a future educator she wants to fight for equity and equality for youth , specifically for minorities. Post-graduation, she plans to attend Graduate School for Educational Policy. Hailee’s end goal is to become an education lawyer. With this platform she plans to represent educational organizations and institutions making sure all students are accounted for and provided with the right tools, opportunities, and resources to succeed. Her capability to rise to an occasion and be the voice for so many others who are not heard, gives her the motivation to continue her work. With her head held high and mind focused she is determined to make a change in our world.