This week, Walter Carr presented a check to Ed, representing his $25,000 contribution. Walter is a graduate of Carver High School, and he participated in Ed’s programs when he was a student there, beginning in 2014. Continue reading
A 2016 graduate of Carver High School, Jamerial Gardner currently studies Biology at Wilberforce University, a private historically black university in Wilberforce, Ohio. There she is a member of STEM, a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics club for students who are STEM majors, which consists of groups such as the National Society of Black Engineers, Biology, and Information-Technological students. Continue reading
Triniti Williams is a Sophomore and Exercise Science/Pre-Health major at Troy University. Triniti graduated from G.W. Carver High School in 2016, and got her start working with Ed as a student in the Health Sciences Academy at Carver. At Troy, Triniti is on the Troy University Student Advisory Council and a member of the NAACP, Sparkle Volunteer Group, and the Black Student Union. Continue reading
Aspen Gorman is a Freshman and a Business major with a concentration in Supply Management at Tennessee State University. Aspen graduated from A.H. Parker High School in 2017, and got her start working with the Ed Foundation as a student in the Academy of Urban Educators at A.H. Parker. At Tennessee State, Aspen is a Supply Chain Ambassador and a member of the Pep Club, and even after attending college out-of-state, Aspen continues to participate with Ed by being one of the Ed Alumni Group founders.
For the first Alumni Feature of the school year, Kendal Harris sat down with Robyn Gulley, a Political Science major and sophomore at Birmingham-Southern College. Robyn graduated from Ramsay High School in 2016, and during her time at Ramsay, she was very active in Ed’s programs, including Ed Family Game Night.