When Regina Jackson, was in grade school, her teachers
always wanted to put her in a higher English class because they thought she had
the potential of succeeding higher academically. She always refuse
because she wanted to be with her friends. This continued throughout her
schooling years. Years later, she suffered in college because of she missed the
basis English structure in grade school and she to retrain herself again. When she attended Prince Georges Community College in Largo, Maryland, two of her professors thought that
she was illiterate because of her writing skills, but when they look at some of
her other higher grades and recognize this wasn’t the case, one professor
While attending, the University of Maryland, she experience the
same problem, but this time her professor, Bob Horn, who was a independent six
credit instructor, told her what the was problem was. Her sister Renada, should her in the
grammar book the correct grammar usage.
From there, she took off and ran with it and continue to major in Communication at University of Maryland.
Thanks to all those who encourage and cared about her.
Her Technical Writer
Professor, Dr. Roth, insisted that she apply for an intership
the following year, but that was her last semester, in which, she completed her
Bachelor’s Degree in Communication.
She states, “When I went to the University of Maryland, I felt that the professors care
about me and wanted me to succeed. I
believed in myself and stayed on the dean’s list until my last semester. “I
couldn’t wait for it to be over “. Thanks
all those who kept encouraging me.