Surmounting the racial disparities in our society is a job for all of us. Helping more African Americans who want to make a difference to acquire an outstanding education empowers them to be agents of constructive, intelligent change.
Jazzalyn Livingston is the National Program Manager for the NAACP Youth and College Division and an alumnus of the University of California, San Diego, where she double majored in Psychology, B.S. and Public Health B.S. “As a former Black Alumni Scholar, I cannot express how much this program did for me during my times as an undergraduate at UCSD. Because of the scholarship, I was able to graduate debt-free and pursue grad school and employment with a national civil rights non-profit organization without financial worries.”