National Urban League Welcomes Advocacy Trainees

April 16, 2019 – The National Urban League Washington Bureau is pleased to welcome 30 new members to its Certificate in Advocacy Program.  This immersive program provides classroom training, peer-to-peer learning, as well as Capitol Hill and on-the-ground advocacy experiences to equip leaders from across the country to be more effective catalysts for change in their communities.  The members of the Spring 2019 class of the National Urban League Certificate in Advocacy Program are:

Ibrahim Adam, Houston, TX

Leelynn Brady, Norfolk, VA

Kendra Brim, Buffalo, NY

Calvin Brown, St. Petersburg, FL

Shane Cannon, Wilmington, DE

Crystal Comeger, Wilmington, DE

Ashley Curry, Houston, TX

Erika Deans, Central Islip, NY

Deion Dorsett, Houston, TX

Jacqueline Duodu-Burbridge, Long Island, NY

Jasmine Fluker, Buffalo, NY

Aleisha Garvin, Long Island, NY

Tiffany Henry, Milwaukee, WI

Hannah Holloway, Portland, OR

Jennifer Hyman, Norfolk, VA

Casaundra Johnson, Houston, TX

Lolitta Kirby, Newark, NJ

Althea Kitchens, New York, NY

Maya Manus, Seattle, WA

Jonathan McGee, Chicago, IL

James Mendez, Chicago, IL

Tashika Moore, Wilmington, DE

Desiree' Morrison, New Orleans, LA

Uchenna Ozumba, Houston, TX

Deionte Petty, Seattle, WA

Racquel Piper, St. Petersburg FL

JaShana Pitt, Dallas, TX

Lyndon Pryor, Louisville, KY

Corinda Rainey-Moore, Madison, WI

Kelley Settles, Los Angeles, CA