Presidential Student Ambassadors
Chequala Fuller is the youngest of three and the first to attend a four year university in her family. Fuller is a graduating senior majoring in Electrical Engineering. As a heavily involved member and former student leader in the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering, Fuller has maintained a GPA above 3.0 as she strongly believes good academic standing is crucial to her academic and professional career development. Although Fuller is a strong believer of working hard, she has also learned to believe that taking the time to play a little harder makes it all worth it as long as one does not compromise one for the other.
In addition to her extracurricular involvement and academic achievements, she has been a recipient of several scholarships including the Nevada NASA Space Grant Consortium Scholarship (2008-2011), the CSUN Leadership Scholarship (2011), the Marjorie and Victor Kunkel Scholarship (2011-2012), the Multicultural Programs for Engineering Sciences and Allied Health Sciences/Nursing Scholarship, the NSBE Corporate Northrup Grumman Scholarship, and the Bechtel Women of Southern Nevada Scholarship to name a few. Fuller’s academic and extracurricular achievements have primarily been encouraged due to her experiences as a College Ambassador and an NSBE leader.
Following graduation, Fuller hopes to join the work force in the energy industry as a full time engineer, as well as continue her education through pursing a Master of Science and eventually a Master of Business Administration. Fuller believes that engineering is a field that has allowed for her, and will continue to allow for her, to contribute to the technical innovation immersing in the world. Ultimately, Fuller envisions herself advancing in the managerial aspect of engineering and earning her Ph.D. as part of her career.