The HistoryMakers Announces its
2021-2022 Student Brand Ambassadors
The HistoryMakers is pleased to announce that our 2021-2022 Student Brand Ambassadors have been selected from a competitive pool of applicants. There are twenty-four chosen from seventeen colleges and universities, including three from institutions that have The HistoryMakers 2021 Faculty Innovations in Pedagogy and Teaching Fellows: two from Howard University and one from Clark Atlanta University. 

Student Brand Ambassadors will serve as official representatives for The HistoryMakers Digital Archive on their respective campuses and will work to increase awareness, knowledge, and use of The HistoryMakers Digital Archive. Additionally, this summer, they will participate in an immersion program where they will work in teams learning how to use The HistoryMakers Digital Archive, do in-depth research, create a weekly blog, newsletter, and social media posts, and develop a marketing plan using their existing contacts, networking skills, and knowledge of the campus to build brand awareness. Brand Ambassadors will also organize and mount an effective and engaging campus-wide 2022 Black History Month Digital Archive Contest. 

Congratulations to the following 2021-2022 Student Brand Ambassadors:
Myles S. McCoy
Junior, Mechanical Engineering
Alabama A&M University
Alexandria Samuel
Master's Candidate, Sports Management
Columbia University
Chloé Erin Richards
Senior, English
Fisk University
Zion Alexander Lampley
Senior, Political Science & Criminal Justice
Florida A&M University
Brian Jeffries
Junior, Multimedia Journalism
Morgan State University
Theresa Davis-Nathaniel
Junior, Elementary Education & Political Science
North Carolina A&T State University
Parker Campbell
Senior, Accounting
Prairie View A&M University
Jasmin Woodruff
Senior, Comparative Women's Studies (Women's Health) & Pre-Med
Spelman College
Isaiah D. Johnson
Master's Candidate, History & African American Studies
Brandeis University
Ronald Poole II
Junior, African American Studies & Comparative Literature
Emory University
Richard Wallace
Senior, English & Spanish
Fisk University
Hana W. Admasse
Senior, Legal Communications &
Afro-American Studies
Howard University
Sydney Smith
Senior, Political Science
Morgan State University
Hunter Moyler
Master's Candidate, History (Public History)
Northeastern University
Kaytlyn Littleton
Junior, Nursing & Biology
Prairie View A&M University
Shuyi Li
Junior, Economics & Statistics
University of Virginia
Saleana K. Copeland
Senior, History
Clark Atlanta University
Sopuruchi Ndubuisi
Sophomore, Art
Fisk University
Rachel Harden
Master's Candidate, Applied Social Sciences
Florida A&M University
Jovanna Joseph
Junior, Elementary Education
Howard University
Jonezie Cobb
Junior, Political Science
North Carolina A&T State University
Chloe Porter
Sophomore, Political Science & African American Studies
Northwestern University
Sherani Hansa
Junior, Political Science & English
Simmons University
Jordan Lee
Senior, Studio Art
Washington University in St. Louis