Date:   February 24, 2013

Soror Jessica Cornwell, a Southwest Detroit Native, is a College Adviser with the Michigan College Advising Corps, which trains and places recent college graduates in high schools across the nation to advise high school students on the pathway to college. Jessica has served with MCAC for two years and has made measurable increases in the college going culture both at Battle Creek Central and in the district. She is a founding member of Battle Creek Public School’s College Going Culture Committee and serves on the Board of Directors for the Michigan College Access Network. While in college, Jessica was heavily involved on campus. Participating not onlu with Zeta Sigma Chi’s Epsilon Chapter, but also studying Abroad in Brazil, working for the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs as a graphic design work-study student and serving as both a Resident Adviser and Diversity Peer Educator in the Residence Halls, she has had a more than eventful college experience. Jessica loves to share these experiences with her students and others motivating them to enroll in higher education. Jessica is extremely passionate about human rights but is particularly concerned with immigration reform, urban education and LGBT Rights.

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