Congratulations to the recipients of the 2024 Cynthia D. Brown Scholarship. 20/20 sisters of Vision awarded $750.00 scholarships to the following high school seniors and college students. They are:

Kelsey Kusi

Kelsey is a resident of Durham, NC and a graduating senior at Middle College High School at Durham Technical Community College. She plans to attend North Carolina State University in the fall, majoring in biochemistry. While in high school, she was a member of Youth in Action, Student Council and National Honor Society, volunteered at R.N. Harris Elementary School and the Campus Harvest Food Pantry and was a Maverick Ambassador.

Raegan Littles

Raegan is a resident of Durham, NC, and a graduating senior at Charles E. Jordan High School. She plans to attend Hampton University in the fall, majoring in nursing. While in high school she was a national ambassador for Brown Girls Do Ballet, a Jordan HS Student Ambassador and a member of the Barriskill Dance Theater School, National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society. She also volunteered for StrongHer TogetHer, and North Carolina Diaper Bank. Additionally, she was a member of Sister Song Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective and Brooks Avenue Church of Christ.

Asia Albright

Asia is a resident of Durham, NC and is currently enrolled at North Carolina University (NCCU) in Durham majoring in psychology. She volunteers for the NCCU Community Garden and is a member of the New Greater Zion Wall Church Praise, Dance and Media Teams. She was a Servant Leader Intern for the 2023 Durham Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) Freedom School and will serve as a part-time Assistant Site Coordinator for the 2024 program. Her long-term professional goal is to be a pediatrician because of her love for children and youth, along with her desire to help others.

Olivia Roberson - 2024 Scholarship Recipient

Olivia Roberson

Olivia, a resident of Durham, NC is currently enrolled at Tennessee State University (TSU) in Nashville, TN. Her field of study is human performance and sports science with a concentration in exercise science. In addition to her academic achievements, Olivia volunteers at TSU’s free Community Physical Therapy Clinic and participates in service activities supporting food and diaper insecurity. She also assists with environmental activism and community cleanup events. After completing her bachelor’s degree in science, she plans to enroll in a graduate physical therapy program.