Five young women in the Women in Training, Inc. youth development programs earned digital devices from Black Alabamians for Education on May 27, 2021.
“On behalf of Black Alabamians for Education, Best Buy, our entire Board of Directors and supporters, I am so thrilled that you are a recipient of one of the devices to #CloseTheGap of technology in the state of Alabama,” said Neonta Williams, Founder and Executive Director of Black Alabamians for Education.
Glamoura Akwuba from LAMP Magnet High School in Montgomery; Kayden Jones of Tuskegee Public School in Tuskegee-Macon County; and Skylar Hightower of Childersburg Middle School in Talladega County each earned a laptop. Breanna and Brooke Bennett each earned a wireless headset.
Mrs. Claudia Mitchell, Vice President of Women in Training, Inc. facilitated the generous donation from Black Alabamians for Education.
“On behalf of the Women in Training Board of Directors, I am grateful for the donation of these necessary educational devices to help the young ladies in our programs facilitate their educational experience,” Mrs. Mitchell said.