At Green For All, we know that if we are truly committed to building an inclusive green economy from the ground up, we must invest in leadership (current and future) in and from communities of color.

The GFA College Ambassador program supports the leadership development of students on Historically Black Colleges and University (HBCU) campuses who are committed to their community and environment. We are not currently accepting new Ambassadors, but if you are a student and would like to be connected to GFA, please contact us here.

Scroll down to see full list of  ambassadors, alphabetical by first name.

Chanel Paul hails from Newport News, VA. She is currently a junior at Delaware State University studying biology. Since her freshmen year, she has been actively involved with trying to provide a reliable and accessible resource for the students of Delaware State University to recycle. She has served as the...
Courtney Strickland is a junior marine biology major with a minor in Chemistry at Elizabeth City State University. She is also the founder and president of ECSU’s Green Council and Director of Sustainability for CRC. She hopes to reach those that aren’t fully aware of their potential. Going green just...
Cydnie Melson is a rising sophomore at Clark Atlanta University, studying Business Administration with a concentration in supply chain. She is excited to become a Green for All College Ambassador for the 2013-14 academic school year to encourage fellow students and other young people to follow their dreams and to...
Danielle Bailey was born in Atlanta, GA and raised in Stone Mountain. She is a senior majoring in Biology at Savannah State University. Her interest in the environment was stemmed from her love and faith in God. As a child, she was always taught about creation care, but she did...
Darius A. Stanton II is a 19 year old male from Bowie, Maryland who is currently a sophomore at Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina. At Claflin University, Darius is studying environmental science. In the future he plans to become an environmental lawyer, which will lead him into his career...
Darrien Wilkes is a sophomore studying political science at Wilberforce University. He was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio and attended Benedictine High School. While in high school Darrien was very active in the Cuyahoga County’s 4-H program, centering on community service and the youth voice. Darrien has been involved...
International student D.A. Robin covered environment, public policy and development for newspapers as a reporter on his native St. Maarten before attending Florida A&M. There, Robin saw first-hand the consequences of poor environmental policy, and befriended several men and women who were fighting to reverse the damage. Since starting at...
Donald Brooks is a Rehabilitation major at Wilberforce University. While attending Environmental Charter High School in Lawndale California, he became where very active in his community. He rallied around environmental and public health issues. This young activist conducted surveys and presented them to the city council to pass the Tobacco...
Falon is the president of the Howard University Environmental Society, a university wide organization dedicated to increasing environmental consciousness. In addition to helping organizing student engagement in events, Falon has worked with various administrators and faculty to help demonstrate the need for an office dedicated specifically to sustainability on her...
Jae’nae Walker is a Junior from Houston, Texas, majoring in Biology. She is a proud advocate for sustainability on her campus. Her aspiration for this year is to promote and spread the word about the Green Movement at Wilberforce University. With her partner she is hosting events that brings awareness,...