VT Law Student Kendra Brown Elected NBLSA Chair

National Black Law Students Association 2012-2013 National Chair Kendra Brown {From NBLSA.org}

National Black Law Students Association 2012-2013 National Chair Kendra Brown {From NBLSA.org}

Kendra Brown a third year law student at Vermont Law School has been elected National Chair of the National Black Law Students Association. Brown and the other nationally elected officers were sworn in by Judge Ann Claire Williams, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. The election results were announced Saturday, March 10 at the conclusion of the NBLSA Gala by parliamentarian Pia Winston.

Brown began her remarks by thanking God for sustaining her in her pursuits, and she paid tribute to her parents including her mother who was in the audience.

For the past year Brown had served as Chair of NBLSA’s Northeast Region.

She told NBLSA members in the audience, and the organization’s supporters that more work needed to be done in an array of areas first and foremost in strengthening the programming and opportunities available to BLSA, but to also pursue advocacy at the national level particularly in an election year.

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