Amma Agyei, E22

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Hometown: Whitinsville, MA

Amma Agyei is a current senior majoring in Biomedical Engineering. Amma grew up in Ghana but moved to the US when she was 16. She currently lives in Whitinsville, Massachusetts.

Amma has served many roles on campus including Africana  Community Senator, Black Student Union President, Africana Center Peer Leader, Teaching Assistant, and SQUAD pre-orientation coordinator. Amma currently represents the entire Tufts undergraduate student population as the TCU President.

Amma made history by being elected as the first Black female undergraduate student body president at Tufts University. As TCU President, Amma is responsible for meeting with Tufts Administrators to discuss student concerns and improve student life, allocating a $2 million budget to over 300 student  organizations, and managing all TCU senators. Her reason for running for this position and any leadership position on campus is to ensure that marginalized voices are being heard and to help increase Black representation in positions of power. Amma also works as a part-time content creator with a following of 11,200 on Instagram. During her free time, she likes to paint, watch TV shows and cook.

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Amma Agyei, E22

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