Gorrett Ngosa is our first student and graduate, whom we met during our first visit to Zambia in 2014. During that visit, Gorrett had just graduated from high school and never possessed any opportunity to attend the university. With our limited resources, we enrolled her in a boarding teachers' college in Luanshya, Zambia. We are so proud to announce that Gorrett graduated from Luanshya Teachers’ College in 2017.
Mervin Mulenga, the first boy in our program is now in fifth grade. He lives in Mufulira in the Copperbelt Province of Zambia. He is very smart and his teachers are very proud of his achievements, so far. This was our inspiration which attracted us to him. He will be the first boy in his family, if he performs well to complete high school.. We are committed to see this happen.
Our third project is Tasila Chisanga. She has now been enrolled at Kitwe Teachers’ College, Kitwe Copperbelt Zambia. She is projected to graduate in 2019. We are very proud of Tasila's progress. This year she completed her internship and was observed by an international team studying pupil teaching in Zambia, which awarded her a certificate for excellence.
Judy Mwate is now enrolled at Cavendish University Lusaka, Zambia. This is Judy's first year in the university and she will be studying Business Administration Diana and I were in Zambia recently to ensure that Judy was registered and will be moving into boarding next year. We are very proud of Judy.
Liberian projects are based on our support to Liberian non-profits: The Chicago Bright Foundation, Cathedral High School Scholarship Foundation, motivational speeches across the United States of America for Liberian Organizations.
We have spoken in New York City, Liberian 168 Independence Day Celebration, Delaware, New Kru Town Association, Durham, College Park North Caroline Logan Town Association, and in Northern Virginia to name a few. Other accomplishments and projects are two books published on Amazon and a dissertation published on ProQuest.