About Me


I am a Junior Broadcast Journalism major at Howard University from Boise, Idaho by way of Liberia. Communication and the love for storytelling are passions I aspire to continue leveraging connections between. I believe shared experiences are what connects people most, which is what truly calls to me.

Throughout my academic and professional journey, I have curated critical skills such as remaining teachable, proactive, and a team worker. I have experience in community project organizing, providing customer service in hospitality, and social media marketing/content creation. I have gained these abilities through work experience and leadership roles within my extracurricular activities. These skills have equipped me with the expertise to adapt quickly in fast-paced and dynamic environments.

I authentically value activism and giving back to my community. As a previous Co-Organizer for the Boise Juneteenth Community Celebration in my hometown Idaho, a predominantly white state, I believe it’s important to advocate and make space for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds. 

I am exceedingly interested in working within the Sports & Entertainment field as well as the Tech Industry when it comes to the business side of a corporation. Starting June to August 2024, I will be working with the Los Angeles Lakers as a Rotational Intern through the NBA x HBCU Fellowship Program. I am eager to continue diving into both career paths, learning multiple objectives, and carrying that knowledge with me into the future.

“She remembered who she was and the game changed.”

Lalah Delia