Dothan native Destiny Oliver was crowned homecoming queen at halftime of Saturday's game against Georgia State.
Amid halftime pomp and circumstance, Destiny Oliver, a senior global marketing major from Dothan, was crowned homecoming queen at Troy University on Saturday.
Oliver was crowned by Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr. and 2015 queen Shelby Scott.
Oliver, the daughter of Anthony and Rosaland Harrison was escorted on the field by her father, Anthony. She currently serves as a volunteer for the Boys & Girls Club of Pike County, as Phi Mu Sorority Panhellenic Delegate and is a Trojan Ambassador. In addition, she organized “Breaking Down Barriers” and is a senator-at-large of the Student Government Association. She serves a student worker in the TROY Admissions office, and is the “Mystery Shopper” manager for Sodexo, which provides meal and catering services at TROY.
She has previously served Phi Mu as its public relations assistant, spirit head of the Junior Executive Board and was a publicity committee delegate on Troy’s Freshman Forum.
As queen, Oliver has selected the Boys & Girls Club of Pike County as her year-long platform and will work to raise funds to assist in uniform and supply purchases for the organization’s fledgling football and cheerleading programs.