Meet Nash, The Entrepreneur

Chad Chevannes

I sat down with Khaleel Nash, a 21-year-old junior majoring in Criminal justice. Nash is a Delaware native and grew up in the city of Wilmington. After graduation Nash is looking forward to starting his career at a local law firm working as a real-estate attorney. While planning for his future, Nash lives by a very powerful statement: “if you make every new day better than your last day you are making progress.”IMG_6463

Hornet: Where were you born and what was your upbringing like?

Nash: I was born in Newark, Delaware, and as far as my umpiring goes, I was heled to a lot of high expectations being the oldest of three.

Hornet: Who has been the greatest influence in your life that has impacted the man you are today?

Nash: Honestly my mother, she raised two boys by herself and I know now that we were a hand full. However, she did everything in her power to make sure we were taken care of.

 Hornet: Can you tell us of your education history and what your goals or life ambition was when you were a student in High School/College?

Nash: So, before coming to Del. State I went to high school for architecture and now Intend a becoming a real-estate attorney.

Hornet: Can you tell us of your job/education experience prior to attending or taking a job at Delaware State University?

Nash: I went to Delcastle Technical High School, and there I took up the trade of architecture. View album “Recents”It was something I was very passionate about.

Hornet: What was the most memorable point at that school?

Nash: The Ace Mentoring program where I competed with other high school students taking up the architecture trade for a 1500 dollar scholarship, where we had to come up with a design of a new dorm building from the university of Delaware. Surprisingly enough my group won, and we all end up getting a 1500-dollar scholarship.

Hornet: Is this where you thought you’d be 5 or so years ago?

Nash: No Because to be honest I had no intention on attending college, I used to always say collage was something that wasn’t for me.

Hornet: What informed your decision on doing what you’re doing now?

Nash: Networking and meeting people in the law field it really spiked my interest on becoming a lawyer.

Hornet: What are your plans for the future?

Nash: In the future I intend on becoming a real-estate attorney and open my own firm.

Hornet: What kind of advice would you offer a student, who is undecided on his or her career path.

Nash: Take it day by day, there is no rush on making a decision. Make sure you get the core courses that you need, and in due time you come to make a decision, don’t stress about picking a major or specified area of study right away.

Hornet: How would you describe the state of higher education in America today?

Nash: I feel as though higher education is something that is required to live a comfortablIMG_6761e lifestyle. A lot of jobs require you to have some kind of degree.

Hornet: have you ever traveled outside of the united states

Nash: No

Hornet: What does the future hold for America?

Nash: Its gonna be rough.

Hornet: Why is that?

Nash: As a country I don’t feel as though we are coming together to solve major problems. At time I feel like we are divided by too many factors like race, sexual orientation and other factors.

Hornet: Are you interested in politics. If not, why?

Nash: No I’m not interested in politics because I don’t know much about it.

Hornet: What are your hobbies or extracurricular activities?

Nash: Outside of school I’m a DJ, I normally do events and parties.

Hornet: Let us end this interview with a memorable quote from you. How would you describe yourself to the world? Complete the sentence: I am…

Nash: If you make every new day better than your last day you are making progress.

An enrapture at hart and a dedicated student. Nash plans to continue his journey here at Del. State and plans to attend graduate school after graduation.

















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