Together, we are the change we want to see in the world. 

Thank you Wilglory for coming out and giving back to us young ones. Hopefully we can have you back sometime again in the future.
— EGC Member
Wilglory and Kielah are very passionate about impacting the direct communities which they inhabit. During her domestic study at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, Wilglory speaks to Osborne High School's Elite Gentlemen Club, an after school organization that works to develop leadership characteristics in young men. 

Wilglory and Kielah are very passionate about impacting the direct communities which they inhabit. During her domestic study at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, Wilglory speaks to Osborne High School's Elite Gentlemen Club, an after school organization that works to develop leadership characteristics in young men. 

"Thank you for this screening. I now believe that I can be anyone I want to be. I will now take my future more seriously." -Hidden Figures Screening Attendee
The film Hidden Figures is the untold true story of three black women mathematicians who battled both racism and sexism in their roles. Their contributions were instrumental to the success of NASA's space race. After we saw the movie, we were both inspired. We then utilized our network to raise $3,060 in 36 hours and send 200 black girls from Atlanta Public Schools to see Hidden Figures. 

The film Hidden Figures is the untold true story of three black women mathematicians who battled both racism and sexism in their roles. Their contributions were instrumental to the success of NASA's space race. After we saw the movie, we were both inspired. We then utilized our network to raise $3,060 in 36 hours and send 200 black girls from Atlanta Public Schools to see Hidden Figures. 

I want to inspire black girls to dream big, beyond the misogyny, the racism, and the hyper-sexualized messages associated with their gender. I want young black girls to hear and see the stories of the brave black women who came before them and to understand that they stand on the shoulders of great giants.

-Wilglory
Kielah shares her story with Nine Networks for their Connecting the Dots in Education video

Kielah shares her story with Nine Networks for their Connecting the Dots in Education video

Wilglory speaking on the "Smart Girls" panel at CollegeBoard's annual Forum. "Tell students what they can be, and less of what they cannot be." 

David Coleman, CollegeBoard President, praises #Admitted and says, "Buy this book. Buy this book. This book is fully endorsed by anyone who wants to go anywhere and be anything." 

Kielah speaks on a panel to community members about how parents can best support their children in college. 

Wilglory speaks to conference attendees at Okwele, a Cameroonian student conference she planned and spearheaded with a board of other Cameroonians.  

Wilglory speaks to conference attendees at Okwele, a Cameroonian student conference she planned and spearheaded with a board of other Cameroonians.  

Wilglory and Kielah are honored alongside Cedric the Entertainer as the United Negro College Fund's "Youth of the Year" for their contribution to education access. 

Wilglory and Kielah are honored alongside Cedric the Entertainer as the United Negro College Fund's "Youth of the Year" for their contribution to education access. 

Wilglory speaks to a room filled with representatives from DC's college access organizations at a book breakfast organized by former DC Chancellor, Kaya Henderson (sitting at the head of the table). 

Wilglory speaks to a room filled with representatives from DC's college access organizations at a book breakfast organized by former DC Chancellor, Kaya Henderson (sitting at the head of the table). 

Kielah with United Negro College Fund CEO, Dr. Michael Lomax and McFarlane E. Duncan after speaking at the Connecting the Dots event in St. Louis.