Victor Agbafe is a Government major at Harvard University, and intends to combine public service and neurosurgery. Before arriving at Harvard, Victor was student body president and valedictorian of his high school, a National Achievement Scholar, and a Coca-Cola Scholar. He also participated in the United States Senate Youth Program. He currently serves as an elected Representative in the Harvard Undergraduate Counsel and on the Student Health Planning Committee for Harvard Health Services. Victor’s hometown is Wilmington, North Carolina.
New York University
Kwame Assoku is preparing for a future in law and politics by majoring in Politics at New York University. He is a founding member of Upsilon Upsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity at NYU and sees the fraternity as a platform from which to serve the community. His grandfather stressed to him from a young age that he was placed on earth not just to serve himself, but to serve others. Kwame was born in Accra, Ghana and moved with his parents to Queens, New York when he was in the fourth grade. He graduated from high school in Sayreville, New Jersey.
Marvin Clark attends Columbia University. He is studying Political Science and aspires to a career in law and politics. He has participated in Mock Trial, Moot Court and International Moot Court, competing in The Hague, Netherlands. He has also interned with the New York law firm, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. At his high school, the Felisa Rincon de Gautier Institute for Law and Public Policy, he earned eight gold and three silver awards in various subjects, was named to the Principal’s Honor Roll, and was valedictorian. He also served as student body president. His main community service activity is the mentoring of a dozen high school juniors through Breakthrough New York. Marvin’s hometown is Bronx, New York.
Justin Edwards attends Howard University, where he studies Political Science. His political experience includes serving as freshman class representative and sophomore, junior, and senior class president at his high school. He also served as a page at the Louisiana State Senate. Justin’s perfect grade Point average has earned him membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. His long time commitment to service has been demonstrated by activities such as the founding of a scholarship program, the VISION Foundation, which promotes education, leadership, and community service for young people in his hometown. Lafayette, Louisiana.