Cassidy McClellan is a freshman at Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University and is a member of the University’s Honors Program. She is majoring in elementary education with the goal of going into educational policy and leadership. Furthermore, Cassidy is a social justice advocate for youth finding their voices. In addition to her academic aspirations, she is also a Servant Leader intern for the Monroe Street Neighborhood Center’s Freedom School where she continues to devote her time teaching early literacy skills. Cassidy has auditory processing disorder, but it has not deterred her from being an educational advocate for minority students and students with disabilities.
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