Meet Our Alumni

The YP4 Network has grown to over 1,700 young activists doing social justice work in communities across the United States and the world. For a sense of who is working in your area or where to find other members of the YP4 network, please consult the directory below.

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Total found: 1794

Victoria Efetevbia

Victoria is a courageous individual who is passionate about establishing real change in all of the communities of which she belongs. She studied Sociology and African-American studies. Additionally, Victoria devoted much of her energy to her elected positions as a member of Georgetown University’s Provost’s Committee on Diversity, a student-faculty committee, and as an executive board member of Georgetown’s NAACP chapter. She also loves activism, Black Feminism, music, popular culture, laughing and most importantly her family. Although she aspires to attend law school, Victoria is not certain of what her career trajectory will be. Nonetheless, she plans to always stay true to the people and to herself.

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Victoria

Victoria Wallace

Victoria is the founder and creator of Brazil365, a social media rich peer advocacy campaign for international exchange based on her personal experiences abroad. She was a flagship dedicated to youth development and education, increasing student exchange, and local grassroots cooperation to promote universal initiatives. Her multifaceted campaign stands by a commitment to expand language proficiency, create more cultural exchange, and identify available resources. She aspires to grow the pool of comprehensive global leaders.

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Wadzanayi Chikungwa

Wadzanayi is a Zimbabwean student and graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Hendrix College, Conway, AR. She was enrolled in the Downline Ministries Emerging Leaders Program in Memphis, TN. She is interested in the intersection between her Christian faith, social justice, and service particularly as it pertains to women and girls in vulnerable circumstances. She is also interested in cross-cultural dialogue.

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Warren

Warren Radebe

Warren is the founder and vice president of the Human Rights Association at Johnson C. Smith University. He is committed to advocating for diversity in his role as assistant in Multicultural Student Affairs and was the member of the advisory council. He is known fo his passion for engaging students on social justice topics and address on lyceum platforms. He also served as the Senator At Large on the Student Body Association. He was appointed to serve as the intern for Charlotte’s Mayor’s Office. He rallies community partnerships to strengthen the LGBTQA programs on campus.

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Wilmer

Wilmer Montesdeoca

Wilmer is the CEO & Founder of Leaders Working, a non-profit organization that aims to help low-income students nationwide get into top colleges and become leaders in their community. At Leaders Working, Wilmer has devised a 1-on-1 mentoring program that combines resource accessibility, community engagement, and comprehensive mentoring that starts in high school, continues through college, and lasts a lifetime. Alongside Leaders Working, Wilmer serves on the National Board of the Quest Scholars Network where he works to create an unwavering network of support for thousands of low-income students.

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Wilmer

Wilmer Montesdeoca

Wilmer was the CEO & Founder of Leaders Working, a non-profit organization that aimed to help low-income students nationwide get into top colleges and become leaders in their community. At Leaders Working, Wilmer devised a 1-on-1 mentoring program that combined resource accessibility, community engagement, and comprehensive mentoring that starts in high school continued through college and lasts a lifetime. Alongside Leaders Working, Wilmer served on the National Board of the Quest Scholars Network where he worked to create an unwavering network of support for thousands of low-income students.

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Yakiara

Yakiara Gonzalez

A student at Florida State University that majored in psychology and political science, Yakiara Gonzalez is working towards becoming an activist for world peace. She was a member of the Dream Defenders Chapter at FSU, an organization committed to promoting social change by training and organizing the youth and students. She has worked as an Upward Bound counselor working with 41 high school students ranging from 9th to 12th grade. In the fall and spring of 2012, she volunteered at a day care center with the Jumpstart Program working with children on various skills such as literacy, vocabulary and phonemic awareness, to promote educational success for their futures. She continues to support those who believe in social justice, equality, and the empowerment of others. She is honored to have been awarded this opportunity to be surrounded by others who are devoted to making the world a better place.

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