It’s member on the move time! This week we are highlighting member Valleria Sewell from Natchez, MS. Valleria is an ‘92 graduate of JSU with a B.S. in Criminal Justice. She also obtained a Masters of Business Management (M.B.A.) and Masters of Special Education.

Valleria is currently an educator for Shelby County schools. She is the Special Education chair and Teacher Lead at Ridgeway IB World school. She is also the Director of Raleigh in Motion; And a member of the Powerspot Church ministerial staff.

Some of her most recent accomplishments include:
2015 Southeast Regional Board Member JSUMEMPHIS
2016-2018 Activities and Fundraising Director

Why did you choose JSU?
Jackson State University offered me an opportunity to matriculate as a college student and to develop invaluable life-long relationships and friendships. Jackson State University open doors for me and afforded me a chance to mature in every aspect of my life to become an educator that impacts minds and continues to change lives.

What is your favorite or most fun memory from JSU?
My favorite memory is of my family, friends, and I getting all “dolled up” to attend our football games! It was the social event of every week, and it continues to be a social event we love to attend each and every football season.

Favorite rival game to attend?
Jackson State University versus Alcorn State University

What do you enjoy most about being a member of the JSU Memphis Alumni Chapter?
Serving with the board to ensure the future of our Alma Mater will continue to thrive well into the future.

Please share any additional fun fact or information about yourself:
I love adventure, travel, good food and great times

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