Congratulations
BTW Society Ambassador Scholars - 2007

Student/Scholar: Mr. Gaylord A. Adams
From: L. E. Rabuoin High School - (Jr.) New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Diana Chanthasalo
From: Sarah T. Reed High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Thao X. Nguyen Delgado Community College
From: Sarah T. Reed High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Uyen Kieu Nguyen
From: Sarah T. Reed High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Xuan-Phuong T Nguyen
From: Sarah T. Reed High School - (Jr.) New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Tachaye Patterson Xavier University
From: L. E. Rabuoin High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Jordane Peters Southern U. of New Orleans
From: Sarah T. Reed High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Carel Raymond
From: L. E. Rabuoin High School - (Jr.) New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Courtney T. Richardson
From: Sarah T. Reed High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Jordan Sa'id
From: L. E. Rabuoin High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Je'Mari Janae Strickland Dillard University
From: L. E. Rabuoin High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Mr. Corey Taylor NW State U. of Louisiana
From: Warren Easton High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Arieane Turner
From: Joseph S. Clark High School New Orleans, Louisiana
Student/Scholar: Miss Jasmin Chere' Williams South Surburan College
From: L. E. Rabuoin High School New Orleans, Louisiana

* Each Booker T. Washington Society Ambassador Scholar will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship to further their post high-school (college, trade or vocational) education along with a trip to Washington DC with one parent (or a mentor) to join the Society's "Celebrate BTW 151" conference on April.12-15.

The Society's annual 'Celebrate BTW' conference is held to honor the 1856 birth of a great American, Dr. Booker T. Washington. Ambassador Scholars and their parent/mentors meet and learn from notable speakers at luncheons, dinners and panel discussions and enjoy special treats: a visit to The AA Soldiers of the Civil War Museum and a dinner and private evening tour of the Mt. Vernon home of George Washington (whom the Society acknowledges as, "that other great American named Washington").