Mr. and Miss FVSU and Royal Court

The 81st Miss FVSU
Tanzania Walker
Senior, Biology Major
Hometown: Decatur, Georgia

Miss Royal Blue Eraneshia Johnson,

1st Attendant to Miss FVSU (left)

Senior, Psychology Major/ Hometown: Macon, GA
Miss Old Gold Keila Outen,
2nd Attendant to Miss FVSU (right)

Senior, Psychology Major/ Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico


Mr. Royal Blue
Ashton Roper
Senior, Biology Major
Hometown: Augusta, GA

Regina Martin, Miss Senior
Christopher Fuller, Mr. Senior
Raven Wright, Miss Junior
Nia Scott, Miss Sophomore
Miles Gunby, Mr. Sophomore

More about the Royal Court

Miss FVSU Tanzania Walker is a senior biology student from Decatur, Georgia. She is the daughter of Thomas and Barbara Walker. While attending Fort Valley State University, Tanzania has been involved in many extracurricular activities on campus. In 2016-2017, she served as Miss Sophomore, external affairs director, FVSU Student Ambassador and orientation leader. Currently, she is serving as a Student Government Association senator, FVSU Golden Ambassador and orientation leader. Recently, she became a member of NAACP, SGA’s Community Service Committee, and National Society for Leadership and Success. Her favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Upon graduation, Tanzania will further her education at Meharry Medical College to pursue a doctor of dental surgery degree. Her plan also is to continue serving her community by opening a non-profit organization for dental care.

Miss Royal Blue Eraneshia Johnson, 1st Attendant to Miss FVSU, is a senior psychology major from Macon, Georgia, the Sweet Cherry Blossom City. She is the daughter of Erica Johnson-Askew and Riccardo Askew. Eraneshia is the first of four, in her family, to attend college. She is the former 2016-2017 Miss ROTC. Her on-campus involvement includes ROTC Ranger, Platoon Sergeant, NAACP, Psychology Club and National Council of Negro Women. Currently, she serves as Miss Junior. Eraneshia is working towards becoming a Psychologist in the United States Army. Upon graduation, she will be commissioned into the U.S Army as a second lieutenant. Eraneshia will continue her education at Fort Valley State University in hopes of acquiring her master’s degree. Eraneshia feels as if mental health is overlooked and undermined widely in America. She plans on raising awareness of mental health in every community by first working particularly with soldiers in need of mental stability. Early on, Eraneshia learned that “selfless service” fosters in creating a prospering environment. It inspired her to join something bigger than herself, the United States Army! Eraneshia’s favorite quote is “A person’s most useful asset is not a head full of knowledge, but a heart full of love, an ear ready to listen and a hand willing to help others.”

Mr. Royal Blue Ashton R. Roper is a senior biology major from Augusta, Georgia. He is a son of Anthony and Audra Roper. Some of his campus involvement include membership on the cross country team, the National Society of Leadership and Success, and campus ministries. Ashton’s favorite scripture is 1 Peter 5:10, “And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast”. Following graduation, Ashton’s plan is to attend Life University’s chiropractic school in Marietta, Georgia, and begin his own practice. Prior to starting his practice, he would like to play professional basketball whether that be overseas or somewhere in the states.

Miss Old Gold Keila Outen, 2nd Attendant to Miss FVSU, is a senior psychology major from Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico. She is the daughter of Brendaliz and Roberto Valentin and the oldest of eight siblings. Her campus involvement includes National Council of Negro Women, ROTC, President of Wildcat Force, Track and Field. She is also a member of the Psychology Club, Honors Society and Wives in Waiting. Upon graduation, she will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Adjutant General Corps in the United States Army Reserves. Her plans also include receiving a master’s degree in child psychology from FAMU. Keila would like to start her own practice using art and play therapy with children on the autism spectrum.