Future forensic scientist Keiyanna Sealey-Woodard is the Class of 2015 Salutatorian of Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy
Keiyanna Sealey-Woodard is honored to be the Salutatorian of Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy High School. She has excelled in the engineering, science, and technology Academy at Coretta Scott King. She was selected to participate in the prestigious Project ENGAGES STEM program where she conducts engineering research at Georgia Institute of Technology. As a well-rounded student and an active member of the school’s community, Keiyanna is captain of the varsity cross country and track teams. She is also a member of the BETA Club, the National Honor Society, and serves as the Vice President of the Technology Student Association. Moreover, she is the recipient of additional honors and awards which include the Engineering High Achiever Award, Best Student Athlete Award, and the Play It Smart Athletic Award. As a dedicated and focused student who readily accepts challenges, Keiyanna aspires to become a forensic scientist.
Plans to Attend: Undecided
Major: Forensic Science
Career Goal: Forensic Scientist