Celebrating Our Youth: Miss Keilani Williams

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Celebrating our Student of the Week Series

Black excellence is a habit that for many Black youth start at a young age. Meet Miss Keilani Williams who is a Senior at Whitney Young High School and is 18 years of age.

She has been recognized at the Black History Month student of the week…

Keilani has made a very positive impact in her community by always being an example to other youth her age. This began at a very early age for Keilani, when she realized she liked to help others when she began reading to the kids in her classroom during her kindergarten entrance test.
She has always volunteered on Saturday mornings to help different organizations. Now, she takes different youth with her when she volunteers. She currently has a 4.0 GPA and received a 30 ACT score. She aspires to become a wealth manager.

-Keilani plans to attend Hampton University or Spelman College, definitely an HBCU!
-Keilani plans to major in Business Economics
To nominate the next student of the week, visit www.bhm2017.com.

About the author / 

Toure Muhammad

Author Toure Muhammad is the head bean, publisher and chief strategist of Bean Soup Times. The Morehouse graduate has written front page cover stories for The Final Call and N’digo. He has been featured in the Chicago Reader, Upscale magazine, rolling out newspaper, and N’Digo magapaper. He’s been featured on Tavis Smiley’s radio show on NPR, on Chicago’s WBEZ (Chicago public radio), and many other radio shows.

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