At just 26 years old, Kameisha Logan is following her passion and opening a law firm in her hometown of Selma.
Logan, who received a master’s degree in criminal justice from Troy University in 2016, felt a calling to give back to her hometown community rather than pursue a law practice in a bigger city.
Troy University Board of Trustees President Pro-Tem Gibson Vance has been appointed Vice-President of the Alabama State Bar Association.
The 20,000-plus member strong State Bar is the official licensing and regulatory organization of lawyers in Alabama. Created in 1923 by an act of the Alabama Legislature, ASB programs and activities have continuously served the public…
Three Troy University alumni are finding success as Christian musicians on a major record label.
Taylor, Madison and Logan Cain, together known as the band Cain, recently released their first EP for Sony Music’s Provident Label Group, a record label featuring major Christian artists like Casting Crowns and Zach Williams.
The trio, originally from Hartselle,…
At just 22 years old, Emma Johnson is the owner of a master’s degree in communications and a communications career with the Georgia Senate Press Office.
Johnson, a 2020 recipient of the Master of Science in Strategic Communication, began taking TROY classes when she was in high school, thanks to the ACCELERATE dual enrollment program.