Amunet Berry is a freelance content creator and senior student at Georgia Southern University, Statesboro GA. She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degrees in both Psychology and German Studies, with interests in social work and legal psychology. Within her academic career, she has experienced success in her explorations into research and strengthening her communication skills. She had the honor of collaborating with well-established professors on a recent journal publication titled: Psychological Implications of Self-Referential Language Use. She has also spoken at Student Inquiry Forums, received accolades for her efforts in the Model United Nations, and mentored her freshmen class to help their adjustment to the college atmosphere.
Through her proximity to fellow community leaders, she has been grateful for the opportunity to provide for public/social health organizations for many years. Before formally creating her small business, Revision Content, she engaged in contractual work with SisterSong, Love ‘N’ Touch, and the Atlanta Doula Collective. With these organizations, she assisted in reformatting their educational lectures into visually pleasing forms for their audiences. It’s through these endeavors that she gained a strong appreciation for community-centered work, and it strengthened her resolve to specialize in victim and community advocacy. As her skillset grows, she plans to continue working alongside non-profits and engaging in efforts that lend their assistance to socially disadvantaged groups.