b"Tahmir Brown (Sponsor-A-Scholar 2018) is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College with a bachelors degree in Sociology and Creative Writing. He will soon start working as a Behavioral Technician. His favorite college memory was participating in a drag show. Tahmir is best friends with fellow F&M grad and PF collegian Samir Williams.Britney Brunache (Sponsor-A-Scholar 2018) is a graduate of Gettysburg College with a bachelors degree in Theatre Arts and Psychology. She will begin her career as an English Teacher for Simon Gratz High School. Her proudest college moment was being able to write and direct an original play about her country. Lillian Cadet (Sponsor-A-Scholar 2018) is a graduate of Gettysburg College with a bachelors degree in English. She will soon be starting her teaching career and plans to attend graduate school. Her favorite moments were having sleepovers with her friends during finals week. They would stay up and wake up together to complete all of their assignments. Ruth Celestin (College Connection 2018) is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a bachelors degree in Marketing. Her next steps are to study and teach abroad. Her favorite part of about college was building a sense of community. Having a community helped lessen the burden of heavy situations. Eni Cena (College Connection 2017) is a graduate of Drexel University with a bachelor's degree in Business Analytics/Management Information Systems. Wenxuan (Evan) Chen (College Connection 2018) is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in Computational Cognitive Science. He plans to become a tech start up founder. His proudest accomplishment was being part of the only undergraduate team accepted in Wharton's VIP-X Accelerator and being featured in the Daily Pennsylvanian. Sanassa Cheriff (Sponsor-A-Scholar 2014) is a graduate of West Chester University with a bachelor's degree in Sociology. Natasha Chity-Guevara (College Connection 2018) is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelors degree in Hispanic Studies. Her future plans are to obtain her master's degree in education at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. She also plans to start a Spanish boarding school teaching residency at the Taft School. Her proudest college moment was working on education policy with the Ecuadorain Vice President and Minister of Education. Tasnim Chowdhury (College Connection 2018) is a graduate of Lehigh University with a bachelors degree in Sociology and Political Science. Her next step is to attend law school. Her proudest college accomplishment was becoming a co-founder and connecting aspiring law students with Lehigh BIPOC lawyers."