College/University: Loyola University New Orleans (New Orleans, LA)

Major: Mass Communication,  Journalism


Anchor and Contributing Writer for The Maroon Minute 

Wrote a script daily to report on local news as well as events that are happening at Loyola University. Help pitch and write stories for Loyola University’s newspaper The Maroon.      

Member of the National Society of Leadership and Success (2017-present)

Black Student Union Mentor (2017-present) 


Student Assistant (2017-present) 

Present check request, running errands, scheduling meetings, updating the School of Mass Communication website, and filing. 

Founder/Editor of Au Naturale Nola (2017-present)

I created Au Naturale Nola to showcase all of the different hair types that women of color have on my schools campus. My goal is to help education everyone about our hair, as well as allow people to embrace it!

As the editor, I create graphics, take pictures, and perform outreach to recruit girls who would like to be featured and tell their story.


Social Media Coordinator for Twitter (2017)

Updated followers with daily tweets for Loyola University’s newspaper The Maroon. These tweets included new stories that were posted on their website, and breaking news around campus and New Orleans.

Member of The L.O.V.E. Chapter at Loyola University New Orleans (Spring 2017)

Member of the Black Student Union Programing Board (2017-presenet)

Member of Loyola University New Orlean’s RTDNA Chapter (2016-present)

  • Loyola University New Orleans Crescent City Radio Scholarship

  • Hemingway Memorial A.M.E. Church Scholarship

  • Martha Jane Noland-Nina Phillips Washburn Memorial Award

  • Blacks in Government at The United States Patent and Trademark Office College Scholarship

  • IB Certificate (English, History, Psychology, and Spanish)


Adobe Photoshop



Final Cut 10


Google Drive

Google Docs





Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Powerpoint

Microsoft Word


Socialmedia: Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Tumblr, and Twitter


Girls Rock! DC— 2017-present 

As a volunteer at GR!DC I helped young girls from all walks of life in the D.C., Maryland, Virginia area learn about the history of women in rock. They also learned about gender and cultural identity, band merchandise and promotion, team building, and other important skills young folks need to become rockstars! I also helped form a band, and assist the girls with writing music and lyrics for their final performance at the 9:30 club.

Our Daily Bread Baltimore — 2013-2016

Our Daily helps people who are in need in Baltimore City. From January 1 to December 31, they provide hot meals to the homeless. They also provide several classes on how to get jobs, and get back on your feet. As a volunteer, I help prepare meals, serve meals, and engage with the children.

St.Bernard Project — Spring 2015

During my Spring Break in 2015, I went to New Orleans for a week with Rustic Pathways. Our mission was to help rebuild houses that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in the Lower 9th Ward. This project truly touched me, and helped me realize how grateful I am to have a roof over my head, along with being able to have my family members. During that week we painted and put in flooring in a woman home almost 10 years after it was destroyed. It was this trip that helped me make my decision to attend Loyola in New Orleans.  I knew that after my experience with Rustic Pathways I wanted to be a part of the New Orleans community.

© 2020 by Skye Ray