Originally from Merigold, Mississippi, Keveon is continuing his education at the University of Mississippi School of Law.
“I studied public policy leadership because my end goal is to return to the Delta, practice law, and become either a judge or a state senator. The program prepared me for a career serving the public,” said the cadet in the Ole Miss Army ROTC, president of the Eta Zeta Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., firefighter with the Lafayette County Fire Department, and trumpet player and singer in the Mississippi National Guard.
“Public policy leadership teaches students how to think critically. As an attorney, it will be important for me to analyze information from a deeper perspective.
Keveon lists as academic highlights traveling to Mexico with the public policy leadership program to study cultural dynamics and having an internship with Carr Law Firm in Cleveland, Mississippi.
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