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Kenya Lowe Interview- Outtakes
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|Kenya Lowe is a native of Port Huron, Michigan where she graduated from Port Huron Northern High School. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Deaf Education from Michigan State University.
Crowned Miss Deaf Michigan, in 1999, she was the first African-American to hold this title. She traveled extensively, giving presentations and workshops to young people and organizations around the state of Michigan on the importance of taking on leadership roles.
She competed in the National Association of the Deaf, Miss Deaf America Pageant in 2000. She received an award for best platform presentation on leadership, best talent award, and placed 6th amongst 30 states.
Lowe is currently employed as a Channel Manager for AT&T Relay’s Marketing Team.
She was one of the founders of the Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant Association, a community ambassadorship program focused on providing leadership training for young Deaf Michiganders. She serves as Board member for Deaf Community Advocacy Network, a community advocacy agency. She is also a member of the National Association of the Deaf. Lowe currently volunteers as a community correspondent for Channel CW50 Detroit’s Street Beat where she reports on community issues, news and information abou|
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