Promising Pearls 

Academic Scholarship

     The T. L. Webb’s Promising Pearls Academic Scholarship was established in 2018 by Tamesha Webb. Tamesha has always been passionate about improving the experience of girls in education, especially young Black girls. As an avid supporter of girls’ education, she knew that she wanted to give back and support girls with their college academic experience. With this in mind, she created a book scholarship that could potentially offset the cost of college textbooks. The scholarship is currently awarded to young women who plan to enroll in a Historical Black College or University. This year, three young ladies will each receive a book scholarship in the amount of $350.

Promising Pearls 

Introducing the 2018-2019 inaugural cohort of Promising Pearls!

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Cailynn Gregory

Hampton University

What is your promise?

My promise is to remain active in my community and practice medicine in under-served areas, particularly combating the discrepancies in infant mortality rates in African American communities.

 

Who is your pearl?

My pearl is Dr. Kara Driver.

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Peyton Westbrook

Xavier University of Louisiana

What is your promise?

My promise is to give my all into everything I do, whether that be my academics, community service, or church involvement, I want to commit myself 100%.

 

Who is your pearl?

My Pearl, without a doubt, is Dr. M Jocelyn Elders

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Giselle Mathis

Howard University

What is your promise?

My promise is to receive the best education I can, so that I can give back to the community

in my respective career.

 

Who is your pearl?

My pearl is my mother. Just by living her daily life, she motivates and inspires me to accomplish my goals and follow my dreams.

It is Tamesha’s hope that the scholarship will continue to grow each year with the support of others. Click the button below to donate or email us at promisingpearls@gmail.com.

Thank You!