Oluwakemi Olurotimi. It literally translates to mean, “God takes care of me and God is with me”. Honestly, I can say that I am a product of God’s grace. I am 23 years old. I was born and raised in
    Lagos Nigeria. I graduated with my masters in Experimental Psychology at the University of Central


    What are your aspirations?
    I aspire to be a college professor someday. Soon I will be pursuing my PhD in psychology.

    Any interesting facts?

    I am the first of three children and only girl. I do not have a favorite color; it is so
    hard to choose. I also love anime , Disney and dark chocolate.

    Have you done something very few have done? Have you won any important awards? What’s unique
    about you?

    I have received the Research, Creative, and Scholarly Activities (RCSA) Grant at the University of Central Oklahoma. I was a finalist at the UCO three Minute Thesis competition. I am a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. I have presented my research at several conferences including Oklahoma Research day 2018. I am also a Brand Ambassador and grant specialist for Hope for Us charities.

    Your passion and platform?

    I am an open advocate of education for the girl child especially in STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and Mathematics) fields. My platform is called STEM GEMS- inspiring a love for STEM in
    young women of color. There is a misrepresentation of women in the Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics in general. Unfortunately, fewer women of color pursue or aspire to pursue STEM degrees. I have conducted several conferences and partnered up with companies like AT&T in Oklahoma to bring awareness to the need for girls- especially girls of color- to be interested in STEM
    fields. As a researcher, I believe STEM is the future and that future is female.

    What would you like to use your title to accomplish over the next year?

    With this platform, I hope to inspire young girls to pursue their dreams and be active change agents in their communities. I will
    definitely be actively promoting my platform. I am also looking to make long lasting connections and

  • The Miss Black US Ambassador Legacy

  • Miss Black US Ambassador Inaugural Queen

    Erica Christina-Bartley (Little)

    Miss Black US Ambassador 2013

    Jazmine "Ayanna" Scroggins



    Miss Black US Ambassador 2014

    Cearah Hamilton

    Miss Black US Ambassador 2015

    Ebony Andrews

    Miss Black US Ambassador 2016

    Archie Stewart

    Miss Black US Ambassador 2017

    Leighanna Kingvalsky

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