I continue to uplift those around me through education and service. I am a testament to their sacrifices, and I am thankful for the opportunities they have provided me.Emebet Aklilu, Project/Program Coordinator Nursing Administration
I make sure that I take every opportunity that I can to be the best that I can and to give back through board service, through community service and of course through being the absolute best parent that I can be.Herschel L. Lelaind
Manager, Service Excellence
My ancestors would be proud of me because I am seizing the opportunity to pursue a PhD. I am also making a difference in the lives of others. I use my knowledge and experience to lift and empower others.Daphne Scott-Henderson, MS, BSN, RN-BC, CPHQ
Nursing Quality Coordinator
Dr. Andrews-Zwilling is currently Senior Director of Research at Annexon Biosciences, where their mission is to develop disease-modifying therapeutics for patients suffering from neurological disorders such as Huntington's disease and Alzheimer's disease.
Ade Adesanya, is the Co-founder & President of Moving Analytics Inc, a telehealth company that is increasing access to cardiac rehab and helping patients recover faster at home through an innovative app-based virtual cardiac rehab program, Movn. Moving Analytics' programs are developed in partnership with Stanford University, and are based on more than 30 years of published research. Ade is also a lecturer of entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California. He was recognized as a top 30 under 30 in healthcare by Forbes magazine.
“The Spirit of the Million Man March,” which brings the 1995 gathering of Black men to life through a touching, funny, and thought-provoking conversation between a millennial woman and her father who attended the march.
“Ella Baker and the Black Freedom Movement,” a book review that explores the life and legacy of Baker, a civil and human rights activist who has been called the one of the “most influential women in the civil rights movement” and held high-ranking positions within the NAACP and Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.
“Ida B. Wells: No More Lynching,”the story of the fearless anti-lynching crusader who used investigative journalism to reveal the horrific murders of Black people to the nation in the early 1900s.