FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 24, 2006
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Birmingham-Southern junior Victoria Myers of Vestavia will represent student opinions on issues of multiculturalism after being recently selected as the college's 2006-07 'Southern Diversity Delegate.
Myers, a political science and pre-law major, was selected by a panel of judges and student vote.
“The 'Southern Diversity delegate serves as the primary student spokesperson for the Office of Multicultural Affairs and is given the opportunity to sponsor cultural programs, promote community building, and facilitate cross-cultural understanding within the Birmingham-Southern College community,” said Erica Brown, BSC director of multicultural affairs.
Myers' other campus activities include founding and serving as president of the Multicultural Awareness Organization, establishing the International Bazaar at BSC, and volunteering as a tutor at Woodlawn High School.
She is the daughter of Willie and Darlene Myers. The 'Southern Diversity Delegate will be inducted at a formal ceremony to be held during the fall 2006 term.