Donald Abram is a Politics major at Pomona College, where he is a Posse Foundation Scholar. He is a minister at Greater New Mt. Eagle Missionary Baptist Church in his hometown, Chicago, Illinois. He is also a group facilitator at Pomona Partners, a mentoring program for middle schools students in Claremont, California. In addition to the ministry, Donald aspires to public office.
University of Denver
Osayande Aihie is an International Business and Socio-Legal Studies major at University of Denver. As a high school senior, he received the Ernst & Young Youth Entrepreneur of the Year award and he currently interns at the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in the Bay Area of California. Osa aspires to become a corporate CEO.
Rashaun Bennett attends Davidson College, where he majors in Political Science. He is a Davidson College Presidential Scholar and a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholar. On campus, Rashaun is a senator in the Student Government Association and a consultant in the Davidson College Speaking Center, where he helps students improve their public speaking and presentation skills. Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Rashaun aspires to become education lawyer.
University of Kansas
Caleb Bobo is a Political Science major at the University of Kansas, where he is in the Honors Program and University Scholars Program. He is a member of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity and volunteers at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Douglas County and the Boys and Girls Club of Lawrence, Kansas. Originally from Ballwin, Missouri, Caleb aspires to become a policy analyst for the U.S. Department of Education.
Derek Fitzgerald is a Biology major at Howard University, where he maintains a 4.0 GPA in the College of Arts and Sciences Honors Program. He is a member of Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity and the Gentlemen of Drew Social Club. He also serves as Sophomore Class Treasurer. Originally from Round Rock, Texas, Derek aspires to become an orthopedic surgeon.
Andrew Gonzales is a Political Science and Education Policy major at Brown University. He is a Questbridge National Scholar and volunteers at Making Moves, a mentoring and tutoring program for high school student athletes in Providence, Rhode Island. Originally from Richmond, California, Andrew hopes to become a lawyer or elected official.