Brittney Chuba Allotey was born on May 16th 1993 to her parent’s Emmanuel Allotey and Clara Igwacho-Allotey and is the only girl out of four children. She is a Bakweri, southwest girl who is a native of the Washington DC metropolitan area. After graduating Saint Vincent Pallotti High School in 2011, Brittney then attended Hampton University to gain studies as biology major student. Currently, she is waiting on her acceptance into pharmacy school for Fall 2015. Brittney was involved in extracurricular activities, such as being the co-captain of her dance troupe at HU, was a member of the following: Student Leadership Program, Biology Major Club, and Biomedical Leadership pathway. Lastly, she participated in the Obama’s Door-to-Door Campaign where she met Michelle Obama herself. Brittney has completed internships at John’s Hopkins University for Biomedical engineering studies and spoke at public health workshops for health awareness. Brittney’s hobbies are to shop, sing, dance, and enjoying others presence. Needless to say, she’s always had a passion to help others, especially those in heinous predicaments. Generally speaking, children and young adults are one of the most valued creatures of the world; they are what will decipher what our future holds. Brittney robustly feels that with goals attempted to get fulfilled, it creates space for higher expectations, greater development, and a better future for the youth not only in Cameroon but for African Diaspora as a whole. With implemented endeavors, she feels that in order to achieve aspirations, education must play a part. Brittney’s platform is to partner with the Foundation for Orphaned Abandoned and Disabled Children African Children(FOADAC) and provide a community educational support system with in a common wealth where the need of academic assistance is highly saturated amongst children that are orphans or have medical hardships. I have a GoFundMe account that not only helps with the pageant funds but also helps with the funds of catering to those who are going through educational hardship. The link is below.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *