Deandra Jessica Roberts, '10
Deandra J. Roberts was born in Miami, Fl. During the summer of 2006, Deandra completed the Seizing Opportunities for Academic Retention (SOAR) program. She was a recipient of the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers (FFMT) in the fall of 2008 and was chosen as one of 110 students to participate in the Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers (IRT) in the spring of 2009. Additionally, Deandra was recognized as an outstanding College of Education student and has also been recognized by the African American Studies program for her humanitarian service and leadership to the local community, commitment for which she received the Dr. John T. Washington Community Service Award in the spring of 2009. Deandra is currently interested in exploring student development, higher education policy and administration, students of color and academic and social institutional integration as well as deepening her understanding of student affairs and specifically student development, student access and students’ needs. She plans to pursue her master’s and doctoral degrees in Higher Education and Student Affairs.
Early Childhood Education
Higher Education Administration
Early Childhood Education | Higher Education Administration
Roberts, Deandra Jessica, "Deandra Jessica Roberts, '10" (2017). McNair Scholars. 49.