While at EWC, Kent was intricately involved in the Student Government Association and other organizations such as the National Council of Negro Women and the National Association of Black Journalists.  She also greatly contributed to the EWC yearbook, was a Tiger Mentor, and participated in many student activities around the campus. In her first semester, Kent held an internship with Clear Channel Radio which eventually afforded her the opportunity to have an internship with Radio One in D.C. She was initiated in the Omicron Beta chapter of Delta Sigma Theta in April 2003 and was appointed by President Dr. Jimmy Jenkins as the first woman editor of EWC’s “Women on the Move” newsletter.  

Kent currently is a program coordinator for the Maryland Multicultural Youth Center where she strives to enhance young adults’ education and their transition to post secondary education.  Since graduating from EWC, Kent has won the National Citizenship Education Teacher Award (2009-2010) and has held various elected positions in her sorority’s alumnae chapter.   She also serves as President of the D.C. Metropolitan Alumni Chapter of the EWC National Alumni Association where she works diligently to raise funds and establish partnerships to support the mission of the EWCNAA and EWC students.  Additionally, she is the chapter historian and chair of archives in The Federal City Alumnae Chapter in Washington, D.C.