Angelou Ezeilo, C'92, Receives 2011 Local Community Service Award
On Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 11 a.m., President Beverly Daniel Tatum will honor Angelou Chiles Ezeilo, C'92, founder of the Greening Youth Foundation, during the 2011 Local Community Service Award Convocation in Sisters Chapel. Hosted by LEADS at Spelman College, the ceremony recognizes Ezeilo for her commitment in helping youngsters develop a deeper relationship with nature, others and themselves, resulting in healthier individuals, communities and environments. Greening Youth Foundation seeks to connect underserved youth to the outdoors while exposing them to career opportunities that exist within the environmental field.
Dr. Rosalind Bass, assistant professor of biology at Spelman, and five Spelman students recently attended the Minority Access Twelfth National Role Models Conference in Washington, D.C., where they received top awards. During the awards gala, our classmate Dr. Bass was honored as faculty role model for her leadership and involvement with the Health Careers Program and several umbrella programs, including the WISH Mentorship Program, Annual Health Professions Conference, Annual Health Fair, and the Health Careers Opportunity Pipeline Preparation Program. (October 24, 2011).
Tammy Harper’s band Sol Cypher Movement is performing on November 12 at the Eastside Lounge in East Atlanta!