B.S., Media Arts and Design (concentration in Corporate Communication)
M.S.Ed., Adult Education/Human Resource Development (concentration in Instructional Design)

Hailing from Southampton County/Franklin, Va., Double-Duke Chiquita King attended James Madison University from 2005-2011.  During her tenure, she was heavily involved in various campus organizations, including the Centennial Scholars Program, Office of Orientation, Student Government Association, and the Lambda Chi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.  In addition, she received the 2007 Diversity Enhancement Award; won three JMU NAACP Image Awards, including 2010 Graduate Student of the Year; and was voted Miss Madison by her peers during her senior year.

Currently, Chiquita resides in northern Virginia and works for Booz Allen Hamilton as an Instructional Systems Designer. She gives back to JMU as a member of the President’s Council, Women for Madison Executive Advisory Council, and the Black Alumni Chapter.  In addition, she continues to serve in her sorority and is a member of Toastmasters International.  

Chiquita also received the first ever GOLD (Graduate of the Last Decade) Alumni Award in 2017.

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