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Alumna - Brown Summit, North Carolina
For many years, April has known her present and future are in making a difference through education. Since 2002, she has served as a pre-kindergarten teacher for the Guilford County Public School System, and she is a key member of different educational initiatives and programs at her church. In order to further her career, but mostly because of her desire and commitment to children, April enrolled at University of Phoenix and earned her master’s degree in early childhood education in 2006. But April is not ready to stop there. In her incessant search for self-growth, she will start her doctoral program at University of Phoenix next June. After experiencing the value of the knowledge and skills gained at University of Phoenix firsthand, April is proud to pay forward the opportunity to a childhood friend.
Recipient - Charlotte, North Carolina
Felecia Brown, 35, is a wife, the mother of three children, and a claim project manager for UnitedHealth Group. Over ten years ago, she was a junior at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. However, she faced financial challenges in pursuing her degree and had to quit her dream of getting a degree in biology. Even then, she worked hard for her family, earned a series of promotions at her job and discovered a new career in health care. Through this scholarship, Felecia not only will fulfill her dream of getting a degree, but she will be improving her knowledge and skills in an area that she now finds fascinating and fulfilling.
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