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.

Jainaba Fye is a rising sophomore at Spelman College where she is studying International Studies and Economics. Jainaba is passionate about the environment, politics, and women’s rights issues. Most recently, Jainaba facilitated workshops in Kigali, Rwanda, and Baltimore, Maryland entitled Miss In Action. Miss In Action is an initiative Jainaba...
Jamin Tunstall is a senior architectural engineering major at North Carolina A&T State University. He is involved in several different organizations on campus. He is a member of the Piedmont Triad Sustainable Communities Planning Project, which targets low income, minorities, grass roots and immigrants within the triad region of North...
Janica Johnson hails from Annapolis, Maryland. Currently, she is a junior at Clark Atlanta University studying Public Relations and Philosophy. Ms. Johnson is a proud member of Sigma Alpha Pi Chapter of The National Leadership and CAU sustainability council. As a Green for All College Ambassador, she hope to provide...
Kandyce Christine Perry is a third year Environmental Science major at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA hailing from the west side of Detroit, MI. She is interested in environmental topics that include but are not limited to the following areas: green technology, renewable energy, sustainability, recycling, water conservation, and green...
Kierra Paige hails from Baltimore, MD. She is currently a senior at Delaware State University studying elementary special education and also serves as the Vice President of DSU Recycling Initiative. Kierra is passionate about facilitating activities that promote recycling and campus sustainability. She feels it is imperative to increase the...
Korbin Miles is a third year public relations student at Florida A&M University. Korbin has been actively involved with his university ever since stepping foot on campus in the fall of 2009. Korbin served as a senator in the Student Government Association and this pass year he was appointed Student...
Lashelle Moss was born and raised in Memphis but she resides in Jackson, Mississippi. Currently, she is a senior Sociology major at Lane College and plans to become a social worker. Lashelle serves as the President of Lane’s Social Sciences Club and she is a member of Zeta Phi Beta...
Lauren Summers is a twenty years old ambitious, adventurous, African American young woman. Her hometown is Saint Louis, Missouri. She is the daughter of Donna Haynes the middle child out of three children. Currently, Lauren is a junior Entrepreneurship major at Jackson State University. Lauren is associated with the following...
With a major in psychology and a minor in environmental studies at Morehouse College, Malik Evans has an inspiring passion for organic urban agriculture and the human psyche. His goal is to combine the two to create an environment that educates poor communities about the importance of healthy food and...
Marlissa A. Stalling is a rising junior at Spelman College who is originally from the windy city of Chicago, Illinois. As an aspiring student leader, Marlissa chooses to place her voice, passion and concerns within different organizations at Spelman College. For the past two years at Spelman, Marlissa has been...