CIERRA WARD

MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST

Place of Origin: Jacksonville, FL

     Cierra Ward is a recent graduate from the University of Central Florida with her bachelor’s in Electronic Journalism. She is originally from Jacksonville, Florida, but plans to travel the whole world before she settles somewhere. Besides telling unique stories of people, her passion is dance, which she has participated in since she was three years old. An interesting fact about Ward is she has a first-degree black belt in Taekwondo.

What animal would you be, and why?  I would want to be a lioness, because not only does she sit next to the king of the jungle but she is also a strong and fierce leader herself.

Fav. Quote:   “For nothing is hidden, that will not be revealed; nor anything secret, that will not be known and come to light,” Luke 8:17.

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ATL Apartment First-timers Guide 101

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Congress Delays Vote on MORE Act: Why this is a Major Blow to my Community

Thousands of Black and Latinx people are currently sitting in prison on marijuana trafficking and distribution charges. Meanwhile, predominantly white dispensary owners are enjoying the profit from selling the same exact thing. Congress must take a vote – it is a necessary step towards the racial equality that my community deserves.