The Freddie Mae Leverston Leadership Foundation - See Events & Fundraisers
On behalf of The Freddie Mae Leverston Leadership Foundation, FMLLF, we welcome you.
The FMLLF realizes building a legacy is a painstaking endeavor that requires real commitment, hard work, perseverance, persistence, and passion. Any endeavor has the ability to uplift humanity when conducted in a spirit of altruism and excellence. Each of us has a role to play to make a difference in the world one student at a time by having a broader concern for humanity as a whole. The past years have been rewarding and exciting mentoring young people while staying true to the vision, mission, and core values. The FMLLF looks forward to seeing the fruits of its labor realized in the years to come. Nelson Mandela said it best: "What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that determine the significance of the life we lead”.
Over the past 12 years the FMLLF awarded scholarships to truly amazing students: KaSean Carnes, 2011; Prince Rule, 2011; Synobia Boyd, 2012; Everton Henry Jr., 2013; Jeremy Winters, 2013; Aaron Harding, 2013; Ruthie Eldridge, 2014 Javon Valentine, 2015, Kelvin Chance, Jr., 2016, Rickita Perkins, 2017, Veronica Winfert, 2018, Jade Nelson, 2019, Colby Hill, 2020, Aamir Lawshea, 2020, Shianne Nunnally, 2020, Aniah Willis, 2021, Ashiya Washington, 2021, Jamasha Lewis, 2022, and Timarrie Mason 2022.
The FMLLF is an external partner with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) system. The partnership with the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program allows the corporation to forge an effective partnership between the FMLLF and the schools to improve the quality of education for students. As a partner, FMLLF joins a national movement in which businesses invest in tomorrow through today’s public schools.
Last, but certainly not least, the FMLLF awarded the 12th annual scholarship in 2022; and I am personally grateful to each one of you for your love, your continued support, and your heart to give over the years. The FMLLF extends a heartfelt thank you for playing a significant role over the years, and we look forward to the years to come.
Thank You So Much!
Dr. Geneva L. Reed
President and CEO/Founder