2023 Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations - 2023 Cynthia D. Brown Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2023 Cynthia D. Brown Scholarship.  20/20 Sisters of Vision awarded three $750.00 scholarships to the following recently graduated high school seniors.  They are:

A’Jana Davis

A’Jana is a resident of Douglasville, GA and a graduate of Westlake High School in Atlanta.  She plans to attend Howard University, majoring in Biology.  While in high school A’Jana was active in the Student Government Association, Vice-President of her senior class and Team Captain of the school’s Dance Ensemble.  She was also co-founder of Free 2 Dance, which provides free dance instruction to students who are interested in dance.  Additional community involvement included participation in local and national competitive dance teams.  A’Jana’s long-term goal is to become an anesthesiologist to address the challenges associated with medical conditions involving extreme pain.

Alissa Ann Drumgold

Alissa is a resident of Burlington, NC and a graduate of Alamance-Burlington Early College in Haw River.  She plans to attend North Carolina A&T State University, majoring in Architectural Engineering and minoring in Business Administration.  While in high school Alissa was an active member of the Student Government Association, National Honor Society and Key Club.  Her community involvement included member, Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Girl Scouts of America, Burlington Chapter of the NAACP and Ebenezer Church.  Alissa says she is looking forward to achieving her academic and career goals, continuing her participation in extracurricular activities and giving back to her community through volunteering and her love for architecture.


Ariane (Faith) is a resident of Durham and a graduate of the City of Medicine Academy.  She plans to attend UNC Chapel Hill, majoring in Biology and Pre-Med.   While in high school she was a member of the Student Government Association, National Honor Society, Future Health Professionals and Future Business Leaders of America.  Her community involvement included active membership in, Holy Cross Catholic Church, Teen Advisory Board, Youth Climate Summit and the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math  (S.T.E.A.M.) Program.  Ariane points out that Black women account for only two percent of the physicians in the United States.  She says figuring out ways to expand her horizons and not succumb to odds as low as two percent has been her perpetual goal as she progresses onward.