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Emerging Leaders 2016

The Gloucester Institute is now accepting applications for the 2015-2016 class of Emerging Leaders!


Class of 2015 Graduation

Kay Coles James, along with the board and the staff of The Gloucester Institute

Cordially invite you to

The Emerging Leaders Class of 2015 Graduation Ceremony

Sunday, April 26, 2015

12:00 Noon

The Moton Campus

6498 Allmondsville Road

Gloucester, Virginia 23061

Sunday Dinner to immediately follow Graduation

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The Emerging Leaders Program



This exciting program strengthens students’ core writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills. Emerging Leaders are engaged in unique learning and mentoring opportunities that correspond to their interests and foster personal development. Students gain valuable insight into corporate, public, political, and nonprofit worlds through exposure to new ideas, fascinating places, and dynamic established leaders. Unlike many leadership programs, Emerging Leader Program services are free to participants and there is no cost to apply.


Meet the 2015 Graduates

Sydney Bland is a sophomore journalism major and psychology minor at Hampton University. She is a student in the university’s Freddye T. Davy Honors College and holds the 2014-2015 title of Miss National Association of African American Honors Programs. She is a writer/producer for WHOV-TV News, and Social Media Coordinator for Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey. Sydney is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society, National Association of Black Journalists and a tutor with Academic Tutorial Outreach Services, Inc.

Justin Bush is a Hampton University graduating senior focusing in accounting. He is a member of the Freddye T. Davy Honors College program and the Treasurer of the Hampton Chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants. On campus Justin is involved with the Boys2Men program which helps to prepare young boys to become productive citizens by instilling in them positive spiritual, cultural, educational, vocational, and social values. He also volunteers at the Child Development Center located on the campus once a week.

London Coleman-Williams is a junior strategic communications major and leadership studies minor at Hampton University. She is a member of both the Freddye T. Davy Honors College and the William R. Harvey Leadership Institute, where she serves as the Public Relations and Marketing Chair of the William R. Harvey L.E.A.D. Committee, an organization devoted to community service and the development of future leaders. She also serves as the Vice President of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and is a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha Honors Society. She currently works at G.E. Marketing as the SEO Director, where she handles all social media accounts for the entire company, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. London serves as the 2014-2015 Vice President of the Gloucester Emerging Leaders Program.


Renovations Are Well Under Way At the Moton Campus


Empty Dorm Room: Following renovations, our dorm rooms were completely bare.







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