They, them, theirs
Towson University Student
Bee Cigna is a full-time, third-year undergraduate student at Towson University. They are on the path to graduate May 2024 with a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and Applied Adult Disability Studies. While balancing their professional responsibilities Towson University’s HRL Department and Hussman Center for Adults with Autism, Bee remains involved in the Towson University community as former Event Coordinator of Queer Student Union and one of the original founders of Disabled Student Union. With a focus on bridging disability activism/advocacy with the criminal justice system, Bee hopes to pursue a career post-graduation with the Maryland State Department of Juvenile Services to fund their graduate educational goal of a Master’s in Social Work. Bee is fueled by their sense of justice and passion to fight for what’s right, especially for the advancement of disability and LGBTQ+ rights. In the words of 32nd First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Bee follows the message of No one can make you feel inferior without your consent in their academic and professional career.