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Miss Alumni 2017-2018 Competition

Rules & Entry

Ms. Alumni 2017 Rules and Entry                     

The Contestants: 

Ms. RaGeeni Coleman, '12

RaGeeni Coleman

Ms. RaGeeni Renee Coleman is an Alumni of Fayetteville State University from Birmingham, Alabama who received her Bachelor's Degree in Sociology in 2012. She is proud and longstanding member of Cheer Phi Smoov and is currently serving as President of the Cheer Phi Smoov Chapter. As an undergraduate, Rageeni was a member of the Bronco cheerleading squad as well as a member of NCNW-FSU and also the Secretary of the Sociology Club. She continues to show her Bronco Pride by serving as a judge during Cheerleading tryouts for many years, and has served as the Alumni Squad Co-Captain 2013-14, and Alumni Captain 2014-15 for FSU's Homecoming games.


RaGeeni Coleman is currently the director of Food & Beverage at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Fayetteville, NC. She is in charge of every outlet in her department including an upscale Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, and six function rooms serving up to 500 people. Her main priorities are to plan events, develop menus, and schedule setups for large parties, weddings and meetings held at the property daily as well as the restaurant. She also serves a Chairperson of the C.A.R.E committee at her property. Her focus on this committee is to promote a stronger, more efficient team by encouraging them to focus more on community service and protecting the environment. Her goal  is to expose them to opportunities that will strengthen their level of engagement and service in hopes that they will develop skills to Create A Rewarding Experience for our guests at the property. In her year of being on the community she has gotten the staff to participate in several community service events in Fayetteville, NC. RaGeeni Coleman has strong passion for growth and paying it forward. She will take any opportunity to share her experiences, talents, and strengths to any individual looking to improve their lives. She has a strong belief that if she can help just one person become a more productive citizen in society that she in some way has changed the world. She is a true believer in life, family, and hard work. She is strong leader but continues to find the FUN side in everything that she does. 


Ms. Kamiya Dancy, '14

Kamiya Dancy 1

Kamiya Dancy, a native of Durham, North Carolina, is a proud bronco alumnus of Fayetteville State University. In 2010, upon her participation in the preparatory program for college enrichment through the CHEER program, Ms. Dancy was officially accepted into Fayetteville State University and received her Bachelorette of Social Work with honors in December of 2014.


During her undergraduate experience, Ms. Dancy was highly involved in leadership positions in a variety of clubs and organizations on campus, to include but not limited to working as a basketball manager for both the Men and Women Basketball teams, Sigma Alpha Pi Honor Society, Order of Omega Greek Honor Society, NPHC President, Student Orientation Leader, as well as being a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Ms. Dancy Currently works for Community Health Interventions and Sickle Cell Agency as a Health Educator for Cumberland County. Ms. Dancy has committed several hours to being a service to the community through participating in National initiatives to aid in the progression of teens and children academically, socially, and mentally. She has also continues to volunteer for the Habitat for Humanities and dedicate time to mentoring kids within the Boys & Girls Club, Massey Hill Recreation Center, as well as Myers Recreation Center in Fayetteville, NC. Ms. Dancy's continuous support and ambitious drive in adolescent enrichment humbles her and has become something that she prides herself on being a part of the community. Ms. Dancy is a member of the Charlotte- Mecklenburg Alumni Chapter and her goals as the next Miss Alumni are to give back by raising money for the National Alumni Association as well as raise money for scholarships for current, future, and prospective students. Through networking and fundraising opportunities, Ms. Dancy feels that it is  within her mission to aid in finding a solution in bridging the gap between current, future, and prospective students; faculty and staff, and the alumnus of Fayetteville State University by igniting the Bronco Family Spirit and continuing a legacy the True Bronco Way.






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