Secondary Headline: South Carolina State University
Sub Headline: Department of Defense - AFRL Intern
Excerpt: “If it wasn't for TMCF... My academic prowess wouldn't be as strong. TMCF really taught me the value of an education and that specific skills are really needed to advance within any situation in life."
“If it wasn't for TMCF... My academic prowess wouldn't be as strong. TMCF really taught me the value of an education and that specific skills are re Read More >
Primary Headline: Catherine S. Gonzalez
Secondary Headline: Savannah State University
Sub Headline: TMCF Student Ambassador
Excerpt: "I am a reflection of Justice Thurgood Marshall because… I am confident in my abilities to achieve success, regardless of my background or ethnicity. I am empowered to continue to grow professionally and to pay forward the tools and resources gained through my TMCF experience."
Primary Headline: Thurgood Marshall College Fund President Johnny Taylor on Black College Student Advancement in the Trump Era
Secondary Headline: Podcast Interview
Sub Headline: April 26, 2017
Excerpt: Listen to the discussion and learn what you can do to help protect HBCUs in this present political climate as well as how you can help support the work being done to shape the next generation of the Talented Tenth.
With President Trump in office, there’s a lot of talk about what will happen across the board in the aspects of American Society that are most impor Read More >
Primary Headline: Koch Industries CEO Charles Koch To Address Creating A New Generation Of Entrepreneurship At The 22nd Annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit
Secondary Headline: Press Mention
Sub Headline: April 4, 2017
Excerpt: A major highlight of the Summit is a general session with multibillionaire Charles Koch, CEO of Koch Industries and Thurgood Marshall College Fund President & CEO Johnny C. Taylor, as they engage in a critical discussion on how to cultivate the next generation of entrepreneurial innovators and value creators by harnessing the proven potential of HBCUs and expanding the availability of youth entrepreneurship programs.