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Face of Concord
Alisha Johnson

Name: Alisha Johnson

Hometown: Scarbro, WV

Grade Level: Freshmen

Major: Chemistry

Minor: Social Work

Career Aspiration:
Vet or a social worker

Hobbies: Delta Zeta, Student Support Services

Inspiration: My parent

Soap box: I love the Delta Zeta girls and muscle man!

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