Deborah Obi is a University Honors student at Texas A&M University, majoring in a Pre-law track in University Studies - Society, Ethics, and Law with minors in Philosophy and Public Health. She expects to receive her BA in 2019.
This past summer, she became CLEO College Scholar by attending the 2018 CLEO Achieving Success in the Application Process (ASAP) Southwest, which is an intensive two-day program designed to scholars become a more competitive law school applicant.
She also became an AEI honors scholar by participating in a public policy conference discussing pressing problems of today’s society, and entrepreneurial solutions with American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a Washington based public policy think tank.
Previously, Deborah created a blog [www.deborahobi.com] that is educationally based, whose primary mission is to share knowledge, uplift, and most important Impact her community.
This Semester, Deborah interned with the Brazos Interfaith Immigration Network (BIIN) to teach English required for the citizenship exam, and improve students’ language ability in an informal practice. She is also involved in The Maroon and White Leadership Program, Texas A&M Pre-law Society, Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society, and Lambda Sigma Sophomore Honor Society.
Deborah plans to use her pre-law degree, internships, and public policy experiences to pursue a Juris Doctor’s degree in order to achieve her long-term goal of becoming a Supreme Court Judge in Nigeria.
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