Alvaro L. Martins Scholars

Created in honor of The ELC’s founding member, the first president and CEO of The Council and an alumnus of Howard University, the Alvaro L. Martins scholarship is open to high achieving undergraduate black male students attending one of the nation’s top Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

  • Jahvon O. Coney,  Howard University
  • Cameron Kee, Howard University
  • Deandre Smith, Florida A&M University
  • Andrew N. Lewis IV, Florida A&M University
  • Pierce Johnson, Hampton University
  • Colonel-Joshua C.J Higgins, Howard University
  • Jamal Parris, Howard University
  • Ekene Inoma, Howard University
  • Chase E. Tomlin, Howard University
  • Paul Quincy Holmes, Howard University
  • Ocean J. Latimer, Howard University
  • Stephen Lewis, Howard University
  • Ryan J. Smith, Howard University
  • Robert W. Dickerson Jr., Howard University
Ann Fudge Scholars

Named after the first woman chair of The Council and former chairman and CEO of Young & Rubicam Brands, the Ann Fudge Scholarship is open to high achieving undergraduate black female students attending one of the nation’s top HBCUs.

  • Kamaya A. Walker, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Ahmya T. Bussie, Howard University
  • Marchella L. Price, Gardner Jackson State University
  • Asia N. Riley, Spelman College
  • Whitney S. Williams, Spelman College
  • Jordyn Allen, Howard University
  • Deveraux S. Mackey, Howard University
  • Oshae U. Moore, Hampton University
  • Maicy A. Powell, Howard University
  • Faith Murphy, Howard University
  • Olivia V. Gales, Howard University
  • Paige Harris, Howard University
  • Kayla Boyd, Jackson State University
  • Lauryn Bracken, Texas Southern University
Award for Excellence in Business Commentary Scholars

Sponsored by The Coca-Cola Foundation, this scholarship program is open to high achieving undergraduate black students attending a four-year college or university.

  • Jaiden Boyce, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Christopher K. Raybon, University of Arizona
  • Adeola J. Adeniyi, Howard University
  • Dailyn Hereford, Jackson State University
  • Leilani Moten, Morgan State University
  • Jaden Baron, University of Florida
  • Naiima C. Miller, Howard University
  • Naomi M. Yitref, Spelman College
  • Nayila V. Moore, Howard University
  • Stephanie A. Okafor, Howard University
  • Acacia V. Overstreet, Wharton at The University of Pennsylvania
  • Janelle Talifiero, Rutgers University – New Brunswick
Bristol Myers Squibb Scholars

Sponsored by Bristol Myers Squibb, this scholarship provides scholarship awards to high achieving black students who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, a commitment to innovation and are pursuing a degree in Business or STEM at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU).

  • Abeku A. Abercrombie, North Carolina A&T State University
  • Janiya C. Brooks, Howard University
  • Ashlynn Gray, Spelman College
  • Danielle A. Harris, Hampton University
  • Ke’von T. Hamilton, Morehouse College
  • Pierce D. Hodges, Howard University
  • Jordyn Jackson, Xavier University of LA
  • Jhavani R. Mezier, Fort Valley State University
  • Kumasi Odell Bangudi-Smothers, Howard University
  • Sierra Williams-McLeod, Hampton University
Linde Engineers of Tomorrow Scholars

Sponsored by Linde, this scholarship was established to provide opportunities for high-performing, minority college students pursuing careers in engineering. The Linde Engineers of Tomorrow Scholarship is open to high achieving undergraduate black students currently attending a four-year college or university and pursuing a mechanical or chemical engineering degree.

  • Jared C. Brown, North Carolina A&T University
  • Taylor D. Beverly, Spelman College
  • Zaniyah Dock, North Carolina A&T University
  • Brea Hunlen, North Carolina A&T University
  • Brian Ngoh, Prince George’s Community College
Nationwide Future Leaders of Tomorrow Scholars

Sponsored by Nationwide, this scholarship program provides scholarship awards to high achieving black students who are pursuing degrees in business, insurance and risk management, or a related field.

  • Dzifa Amexo, Mercy College
  • Kahleel A. Gray, Florida State University
  • Bryanna M. Gabriel, Howard University
  • Gerald J. Thomas, Berea College
  • Nia Robinson, University of Pennsylvania
  • Amaya Causey, Howard University
  • Olivia Aiken, Howard University
  • Xavier Nonez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Marquis L. Robinson, Florida International University
  • Macy Thames, Spelman College
Raytheon Technologies Scholars

Sponsored by Raytheon Technologies Corporation, this scholarship program provides scholarship awards to high achieving black students attending Carnegie Mellon University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Howard University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University or Penn State University who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, a commitment to community involvement and are pursuing a degree in a STEM, Business Management, or a related field.

  • Logan B. Thomas, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
  • Lance Davis, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
  • Eliya O. Wagner, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Imani Caldwell, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
  • Ashanti Holt, North Carolina A&T State University
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