Abegay Taylor is a first-year law student at Florida International University College of law. She graduated Summa Cum laude from Florida international University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Abegay immigrated to United States five years ago from a small “country” town called Perth Town in the Parish of Trelawny. Abegay is a member of H.T. Smith Black law student’s association and a member of the Sports, Entertainment, Fashion, and Arts Law Society (SEFA). Abegay has always dreamt of becoming a lawyer. Five years ago, becoming a lawyer felt like an elusive dream because she had to start all over in a new country. With hard work and support from her friends and family she is making that once elusive dream a reality. After law school she plans to practice Entertainment law and work towards empowering and elevating the community. In her leisure time, she enjoys singing, meditation, and yoga.
Briana Antoinette Harris was born and raised in South Florida. She attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee where she became a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated in 2016. In 2018, she graduated from Vanderbilt with her Bachelor's Degree in Medicine, Health, and Society and a minor in African American Diaspora Studies. She is currently a first-year law student at Florida International University College of Law and intends to combine her legal education with a Master's in Public Health. Ultimately, she wants to practice health law and address the inequities and health disparities that disproportionately affect minority communities.
Danay Hernandez is currently a second-year Juris Doctor candidate enrolled at St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami Gardens, Florida. Ms. Hernandez is a first-generation student and the daughter of immigrant parents. At St. Thomas University, she is a Member-Candidate of Law Review, and a member of Moot Court. Ms. Hernandez is a native of Miami, Florida where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Florida International University.