Chatham County Youth Commissioners (CCYC) are among the latest graduates of 2015.
A commencement ceremony was held during last week’s Chatham County commission meeting.
Now in it’s twenty-third year, CCYC has more than 400 graduates. The organization provides young people with a vehicle to learn about government, participate in the process and articulate the needs of youth in our area.
The Graduates are:
Gabrielle James Savannah Arts Southeastern University
Simone Greene St. Vincent’s Academy Kennesaw State
Ryan Pacheo Savannah Early College Mississippi State
Kendyl Parker Savannah Christian University of Georgia
Dominique Bolds Memorial Day Savannah State
Martayshia Brown New Hampstead Savannah State
Moryce Brown Jenkins High Savannah State
Destiny Craig-Mojica Savannah Early College Valdosta
Philip Dove Bethesda Academy Savannah College of Art & Design
Jesse Green Beach High West Virginia University
Monica Green Johnson High East Georgia
Malena Hall Beach High Savannah State
JeQuan Hatcher Benedictine Georgia Southern
Chance Jackson Benedictine Stetson
Keona Payne Windsor Forest Albany State
Kayla Smokes St. Vincent’s Columbus State
Breanna Swain Memorial Day Savannah State
Tanardjah Washington Savannah Early College Clark Atlanta
The 2015 Beverly M. Whitehead Award was presented to Professor Tatia Adams-Fox of the Savannah State University Journalism and Mass Communications Program and Linda Polite-Gordon, affectionately known as the “CCYC Mom”.
The 2015 Brandon L. Brown Youth Commissioner of the Year Award was presented to Nicolas Williams, a rising junior at Savannah Early College.
Find more information here: www.ChathamYouth.com