Hometown: Tyrone, Georgia
Major: Political Science and French
Minor: African American Studies
"As a political science major I had the opportunity to live, study, and work in Washington, D.C., as part of my International Program experience. I personally think the D.C. program is the best because of all the ways in which it prepares you for life after Pepperdine; I worked full-time as an intern in the Office of Correspondence at the White House and then I attended class in the evenings. Being in that dynamic and fast-paced environment allowed me to make a lot of different connections that have helped me to grow as a person, student, and young professional."
- Lausanne, Switzerland
- Washington, D.C.
- Intern at the White House, Washington, D.C.
- Social Action and Justice Colloquium
- Womack Speech Competition Winner
- Black Student Association
- College Democrats
- Student Government Association, Class President
- WORD Up Student Ministry
- Koinonia Campus Mission
- Pacific Coast Youth Lodge
- Step Forward Day
Omari interned full-time at the White House and attended classes in the evening as part of the Washington, D.C. program.