Fanicia M. Howard is a native of Chicago, Illinois and a graduate of Clark Atlanta University. She has received her Bachelors of Arts degree in English, and is progressively pursuing a career in freelance writing. She is no stranger in contributing hard work and ideas towards various organizations. Although very young, she has volunteered and worked for a variety of different programs over the past few years. Such groups include helping preschool aged-children develop their reading and writing skills at Dean Rusk Academy, serving as Vice President for Heavenly Family Mime, an auxiliary group who minister throughout the Atlanta area, a member of the English Club at Clark Atlanta while in undergrad, a current writer for INSPIRE Magazine as well as intern for Georgia Student Justice Alliance. With this new experience as an intern for GSJA, Fanicia hopes to use her talents and skills to promote humanity for individuals being treated unfairly.