MONTGOMERY—PeKita Browder of Montgomery has been named Homecoming Representative for Troy University’s Montgomery Campus.
Browder is a senior majoring in psychology. She will represent the Montgomery Campus during TROY’s Homecoming festivities on Saturday, Nov. 13, including riding in the annual Homecoming parade. She will be recognized along with other members the Homecoming Court during the pregame show at Move Gallery Veterans Stadium.
Browder is the granddaughter of civil rights pioneer and activist Aurelia S. Browder, lead plaintiff in Browder v. Gayle, the court case that desegregated Montgomery’s transportation system.
Browder currently works for the Aurelia S. Browder Foundation and as a tour guide for the Rosa Parks Museum. She has three children. Upon graduating this December, Browder plans to continue her education at TROY by pursuing a degree in nursing.
TROY’s Homecoming celebration will start with the parade in downtown Troy at 10 a.m. Kickoff for the football game versus Florida International will be at 2:30 p.m.
For more information about TROY’s Homecoming, visit troy.edu.