It’s Members on the MOVE time!
Each month we will be celebrating our awesome chapter members… This month we celebrate Brandy J. Flynn.
Ms. Flynn received her BS in Criminal Justice ( ’00) and
Master of Science in Guidance & Counseling (’04) from Jackson State University. She is the Owner of Brandy J. Flynn Counseling and Consulting Services and Founder/Executive Director of Breaking the Barriers of Mental Health.
Brandy has an upcoming episode on For My Man, which is a crime documentary that is shown on TV ONE. Brandy has opened up the East Memphis location of Better Days Tax Service where she serves as branch manager. She has recently hosted her Sixth Annual Mental Health Awareness Brunch for “Breaking the Barriers of Mental Health”.
Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Member of JSUNNA-Memphis/co-runs the social media team
Board Member of Step by Step Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Foundation.
What is your favorite memory from JSU? :
I have so many memories from JSU that it is so hard to pick one. I will say one of my favorite times is hanging out on the yard on a sunny day after one o’clock. I remember the yard being so packed because everybody is out hanging out. I also remember seeing people pouting because they had to go to class and they could not hang out.
What do you enjoy most about being a member of Memphis Alumni Chapter?
What I enjoy most about being a member of the Memphis Alumni Chapter is the fellowship and taking care of business to ensure future students have a better chance of successful opportunity at JSU, than I had. Don’t get me wrong, I was very successful during my time, but when I was in school, I didn’t have the chances ( or didn’t know about the opportunities) that is now being offered to upcoming students.
Favorite rival game to attend: ?
My FAVORITE rival game is the Southern Heritage Classic. There is NOTHING like talking CASH MONEY to people that I know that went to TSU that is from the city, and at the same time fellowship with them
Anything else you would like to add ?
Attending Jackson State University is the best decision that my mom allowed me to make. Jackson State made me become the confident woman that I am today and I am so happy to have the experience. It prepared me for the real world by teaching me to handle the world that isn’t always nice. Every time I meet a high school student, I always ask them about college. I ask them about their choices and tell them that a HBCU should be one because I am a proud product of one.