Chishaunna Edmond

Chishaunna Edmond

Las Vegas, NV, USA


Last updated December 29, 2020

One Sentence About Me  

“A strong woman loves, forgives, walks away, lets go, tries again, and perseveres… no matter what life throws at her.”

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Who I Am  

A Little About Me

I was born in Aurora, Illinois where I briefly lived before moving to Joliet, Illinois. I moved to Las Vegas, Nevada in the middle of my sixth grade year leaving behind two nieces, eight nephews, five siblings, a great-grandmother, and an abundance of other loved ones. This change was a struggle but I became interested in clubs and activities that made it easier. I have participated in the orchestra, dance, black student union, DECA, key club, and board game club since then. I got accepted to East Career and Technical Academy in 2017 and I have been in their business/marketing and hospitality program since then. I value God, my education, and my loved ones. I hope to go to college to obtain a degree in social work. I plan to use this degree to help children throughout life.

What I Do  

What I Stand For  

Social Causes

Police Brutality
Civil Rights
Gender Equality
Health Care Availability.
Poverty and Homelessness
Bullying
Abuse
Pollution
Climate Change

Volunteer Experience

Dec 2016 - May 2020
I loved to assist my church in feeding the homeless. I also went to fellowship at nursing homes and gave one Saturday from every month to cleaning the church house.

Favorites  

Hobbies

Hairdressing
Dancing

Food & Drinks

Cheese Fries
Apples
Popsicles
Burgers
Watermelon
Salad

Sports, Teams, Athletes

Basketball
Volleyball

Chicago Bulls

Movies, TV Shows, Actors & Actresses

The Hate U Give

Station 19
Sister Sister
Grey's Anatomy

Brands

Amazon
Nike

Education  

School

East Career and Technical Academy

Business, Hospitality, & Marketing

Aug 2017 - Present

Clubs and Communities

Black Student Union

Vice President

Aug 2017 - Present
I worked with an amazing group of students that came from a plethora of different backgrounds to create a safe environment where diversity could be celebrated.