Howard University professor, Dr. Keneshia Grant, is our third featured guest for Black Philanthropy Month 2015. Her story is both inspiring and full of tips to become civically engaged. Tune in to hear her story. http://media.blubrry.com/thegivingnet/p/content.blubrry.com/thegivingnet/Keneshia_Grant.mp3Podcast: Play in new window
Kenneth Chenault and Geoffrey Canada, both leaders and change makers, share words of wisdom. These former college roommates have demonstrated leadership in business and education and they share their inspirational stories.
Drew High School was the all Black high school in Monticello, AR where my parents and most of my aunts and uncles attended. Future FBI agents, factory workers, garbage men, educators, scientists, ministers, medical professionals, attorneys, engineers, mechanics, carpenters, brick
During the month of August, The Giving Net’s Radio Show lineup includes a stellar group of people who work to improve the lives of students and/or teachers through service. Check out the lineup below. Please share with your network and help