Meet the College Ambassadors, 

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Jessica Coleman

Supervisor of College Ambassadors 

Jessica is a dedicated, assertive young woman whom was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia.  She is currently an undergraduate student at Shenandoah University in Winchester, VA.  Jessica is a senior double majoring in biology and psychology.  Her educational goal is to attend graduate school and receive a doctorate to become a physical therapist to athletes.  Although Jessica has a strong dance/performing arts background, she has found a passion for cheering.  She is a competitive cheerleader for her university.  Jessica has a strong devotion for community service and is no stranger to hard work.  In addition to her rigorous studies, cheering, working part-time, Jessica is dedicated and determined to build the good girl empire at Shenandoah University.  She is indomitable in her quest to empower young women. 


Kayla Hill Jones

 President- Old Dominion University

My high-school graduation announcements had a quote on the back, “girls with dreams, become women with visions.” Now, I am in college and growing into who I am and I didn’t realize how much weight that quote would hold. I am a completing my undergraduate education at Old Dominion University majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies and Political Science. After undergrad, I plan to attend law school. As a little girl, when I was asked what I wanted to be my answer was a lawyer. Why? Because I liked to argue. I realize now, being a lawyer is much more than arguing. Being a lawyer you become an advocate, a counselor and you have the ability to impact a persons life or a group of people. You have the ability to give people who are not heard a voice. As I am growing into the woman I aspire to be I understand how important it is to do as much as you can in order to leave the world a more beautiful place.That same understanding and passion led me to charter an organization on campus, “The Good Girl Movement.” The Good Girl Movement on Old Dominion's campus is a community service based organization. It is not about being a saint but it is about being genuine, not only to yourself but to your community as well. Our goal is to create a place where women can be themselves and be 100 percent comfortable with who they are. I am ecstatic to see this organization as well as its members blossom on campus. I believe the future is bright for us. 

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Tenay Graham

Co-Chair- Shenandoah University

Tenay Graham is currently enrolled in her junior year here at Shenandoah University.  Tenay is currently working towards an undergraduate degree in biology and dance.  At the end of her undergraduate studies she plans on continuing her education toward a doctorate degree in physical therapy in addition to serving her country in the United States Air Force.  Tenay has been an active member of the Shenandoah student body.  In addition to being a member of the cheer team since 2015, Tenay has also volunteered her time during the summer break as an orientation leader for the incoming freshman class. Most recently, Tenay has partnered with her classmates to start The Good Girl Movement at Shenandoah. Tenay loves to dance.  During her summer breaks she returns to her local dance studio where she works as a substitute teacher and a stage manager for the end of year dance recital.  In high school, she took several hours of dance classes and helped as a teacher’s assistant at her local dance studio.  She was also a member of her high school division champion dance team. Outside of Shenandoah and the dance studio, Tenay also volunteers her time working with small children at her church.


Natalie Smalls

 President- Howard University

Natalie Smalls is Junior Political Science Major, Strategic And Legal Communications & Economics Double  Minor from Washington, DC. She leads her life with the scripture Psalms 139:14, reminding not only herself, but everyone around her, that we are all fearfully and wonderfully made. This gives her the strength to keep accomplishing her goals. After undergrad, Natalie plans to enroll in Law School and obtain her J.D./ MBA, as well as continue to advocate for her hometown of Washington, DC in anyway she can. She has participated in marching, concert, and jazz band for 12 years, where she played the clarinet, saxophone, flute, and also was apart of not only the dance team but the flag team. After taking a break from her musical aspirations, she decided to spread her energy into doing political, community service, and divinity work. Natalie serves as the Membership Committee Chair for THE Howard University NAACP, has served with Alternative Spring Break HU, Myth mentors, The Fairy God Sisters, United Way DC, and is a Missionary and Sunday School teacher at her home church, New Home Baptist Church. Her passion for The Good Girl Movement comes from knowing the importance of capturing everyone’s individual stories and callings not only at Howard University, but across the world. “It would be remiss of me, not sow into others when so many have sowed into me”, is the mindset she keeps. 
Without question, she knows The Good Girl Movement will continue to reach success, with or without her, but considers this opportunity an honor to help grow this organization at Howard University where she can help encourage and inspire young women to exceed the odds people put against them. 


Aminata Conteh

Secretary- Old Dominion University

Aminata Conteh is from Alexandria VA. She's a double major in Political Science and Health Services Administration. Currently serves as the secretary of The Good Girl Movement ODU. Her educational goal is to move on to Law school after undergrad and obtain a JD. She loves to cook and feed people, especially college students that don't have the opportunity for a home cooked meal. She's hardworking, and adamant about making a difference in her community. She hopes to one day inspire the youth and show them that the sky is no longer the limit. All it takes is opportunity and preparation to reach whatever goal you want to achieve. 



Roshea Ellis

Community Service Chair- Old Dominion University 

Roshea Ellis serves as the Community Service Chair for the Good Girl Movement. She's a junior majoring in Sociology and minoring in Human Services at the illustrious Old Dominion University. A native of Roanoke, Virginia and graduated William Fleming high school in 2016! She's very excited for what is in store for The Good Girl Movement and eager to give back to the surrounding community.