SCHOLARSHIP BENEFIT CONCERT! Saturday, July 22 5PM - 8PM Location: The Star Conference & Meeting Center 6665 Security Blvd. Woodlawn, MD 21207 | Directions >> Live music, Lite Fare, Online Silent Auction & Vendors Covid Protocol Masks Required. $50 in Advance | $55 at the Door
Nicholas Grempler – 2020, 2021 and 2022 TAP Scholarship Recipient – is a raising Junior at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) double major Political Science and History and minor in Spanish and a certificate in intercultural Communications. This summer, Nicholas is not only acting as an intern in the Maryland Governor’s Department of General Services, specifically the Office of State Procurement, and the treasurer for three state legislative campaigns, but also tutoring K-12 students in English and Mathematics.
Varia Alston – graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic High School. Varia graduated with perfect attendance from PreK3 thru 12th grade and with over 900 service hours. She is part of the National Urban League Youth Council, the Greater Baltimore Urban League Saturday Leadership Program and the Envision Lead Grow Entrepreneurship Program. Varia will be attending McDaniel College in the fall majoring in Business with a minor in Entrepreneurship.
Margot Axenson – graduated from Herndon High School in Virginia with high honors and an advanced diploma. She was involved in several sports; softball, spring track for throwing discus and winter track for throwing shot put. Margot will be attending Shenandoah University in the fall majoring in Business with a concentration in Sports Management.
Yusuf Johnson – graduated from Towson High School as the Class of 2022’s valedictorian. He was the President of the National English Honors Society and an active participant Model Congress and Model United Nations. Yusuf interned at the Public Defender’s office and works as a research assistant at the University of Maryland. Yusuf will be attending the University of Chicago with a double major in International Relations and Economics. (accepting is his father Michael Johnson)
Nicholas Wilson – graduated from Calvert Hall College High School where he excelled academically, an athlete participant in track and field and football while working part-time and volunteering for many community service projects. Nicholas will be attending Delaware State University majoring in pre-veterinarian science.
Kortnei McMurray – graduated from Western High School. Kortnei is an assistant executive director for a non-profit program, Lets Thrive Baltimore. She mentors young adults and youth about human trafficking, gun violence and teen dating violence. Kortnei will be attending Clark Atlanta University majoring in computer science.