Michel’le Bryant of Gouldtown, a small rural town in southern New Jersey, has assumed leadership roles in the Student Government Association, Residence Hall Association, the Pre-Health Professionals, Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society, the Global Scholars Program and the University Honors Program. She has also worked as an orientation leader and student office assistant for the Office of Residence Life, where she earned the prestigious Our Region’s Best Award from the Mid-Atlantic Association of College and University Housing Offices and the Distinguished Rookie Resident Assistant of the Year Award. Her contributions to the FDU community have earned her various awards including the Division of Student Affairs Scholarship and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award. While maintaining a 3.763 grade point ratio, she has volunteered at Holy Name Hospital, Teaneck, N.J., and during spring break with Habitat for Humanity.
Bryant will continue her education at FDU by pursuing a master in public administration degree with a concentration in health care management while being employed as a graduate hall director. She intends to continue on to medical school and a specialization in emergency medicine in order to reach out in the future to underprivileged and underserved communities.