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2017 AMBASSADORS

Jauan Durbin

Morehouse College

Jauan is a sophomore, Sociology major at Morehouse College hailing from Washington, DC. During his freshman year at Morehouse, he was elected as a Freshman Class Senator and is currently the Director of Diversity & Inclusion. He is one of the leading Queer student leaders on campus and we are extremely proud of him. He was our first scholarship recipient and mentee of the Black Gifted & Whole Organization and is currently reigning as the 2017-2018 Mr. Sophomore at Spelman College.

Torres Savage

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

Torres is a senior Music Education major at University of Maryland Eastern Shore and has has distinguished himself as a scholar. Being appointed section leader and concert choir tutor his freshman year, he has been fondly recognized by his peers. He has performed both locally and internationally. In addition to being selected selected as Most Studious Member and Chorister of the Year, he has organized, facilitated and moderated events on-campus for his school's Gay-Straight Alliance.

Denzel Cammon

Texas Southern University

Denzel is a Music major from New Orleans, Louisiana at the tenacious Texas Southern University of Houston, Texas. He is a progressive Leader, an eloquent speaker, an outspoken courageous activist/advocate, a soulful crooning Tenor, and an all-around proud southern gentleman. Ultimately, Denzel plans to achieve and exceed as a successful performer of the musical arts and as a humanitarian.

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Derrell Richardson

University of the District of Columbia

Derrell is a Political Science major at the University of the District of Columbia. After college, his plans are to attend graduate school where he will pursue his  MAT. He aspires  to teach secondary social studies in urban communities.

Michael T. Moore

Bethune-Cookman University

Michael is a senior majoring in  Elementary Education at Bethune Cookman University. He hails from Media, Pennsylvania and would love to open a boarding school for African-American Boys. He dreams of giving back to his community in a way that positively impacts other young Black men like himself. 

Ramon Johnson

Morehouse College

Ramon is a senior sociology major at Morehouse College. As a future Ph.D. student and subsequent faculty member, he intends to explore how interactional diversity among various gender and sexual identities of color influences social interactions, campus culture, stereotyping, and beliefs regarding the need for sociopolitical solidarity before, during and after the college years. Immediately upon attaining a Ph.D. in higher education, he aspires to become known as a leading intellectual authority on within-group sex and gender heterogeneity and its implications for K-12 and higher education policy, pedagogy, and administrative practice.

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