Notable HBCU Graduates

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The HBCU Awards Show celebrates the achievements and success of HBCU grads. Here are a few of our notable HBCU graduates showcasing their excellence in their chosen professional sectors.

We use our platform to educate, celebrate and define Black Excellence!

JANELLE MCQUEEN

JANELLE MCQUEEN

Orthodontist

Graduate of

Meharry Medical College

The HBCU Awards Show celebrates the achievements and success of HBCU grads. Meet Janelle McQueen a practicing orthodontist and 3x HBCU grad! Dr. McQueen attended Texas Southern University, Meharry Medical College, and Howard University. She currently practices in the metro Detroit area with her Mother Dr. McQueen.

KRYSTAL ROBERTS

KRYSTAL ROBERTS

Attorney

Graduate of

Hampton University

The HBCU Awards Show celebrates the achievements and success of HBCU grads. Meet Krystal Roberts a Hampton University alum. She is the epitome of determination and dedication!

AKENDRA JOHNSON

AKENDRA JOHNSON

General Dentist

Graduate of

Howard University College of Dentistry

The HBCU Awards Show celebrates the achievements and success of HBCU grads! Dr. Akendra Johnson is a practicing General Dentist. She attended Savannah State for her undergraduate degree and Howard University College of Dentistry for her Doctor of Dental Surgery. She is currently an associate at a family practice in Oxon Hill Maryland.

KELSI CARTER HAMILTON

KELSI CARTER HAMILTON

Teacher

Graduate of

Savannah State University

The HBCU Awards Show celebrates the achievements and success of HBCU grads! Savannah State University grad Kelsi Carter Hamilton is the '20-21 Teacher of the Year for Trickum Middle School! #BlackExcellence #HBCUAwards

TADIA WHITNER

TADIA WHITNER

Supreme Court Judge

Graduate of

Howard University

HBCUs have produced 80 percent of the black judges, 50 percent of the black lawyers, 50 percent of the black doctors, 40 percent of the black engineers, 40 percent of the black members of Congress, 25 percent of all black STEM graduates, and 13 percent of the black CEOs in America, today.

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