Kamaria DeRamus is a software engineer at The College Board, a non-profit organization that connects students to college success. If you’ve ever heard of or taken the ACT, then you are acquainted with The College Board. In her job, Kamaria works on the website students use to submit requests for special accommodations during the test like extra time, a scribe or human reader, extended breaks or even a snack. While this is intriguing and important work, Kamaria’s path to her current position has been equally interesting. After graduating from Gadsden City, she attended Wellesley College in Massachusetts, where she double majored in media arts and sciences and Africana studies. Kamaria’s career aspiration is to become a computer architect making the decisions regarding how applications are built.