From left are Joseph Randiki, Laurel High School; Charles M. Coffin, Jr., ZUL Chapter mentor, and DaSean Gallishaw, Westfield High School, at Hampton University
The Zeta Upsilon Lambda (ZUL) Chapter, Fairfax County, of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., through its Joyce Gillespie Harrington Educational and Charitable Foundation, Inc., sponsored two area high school students, DaSean Gallishaw of Westfield High School and Joseph Randiki of Laurel High School, to participate as Alpha Ambassadors in the 2016 Leadership Development Institute (LDI) program. LDI was held on the campus of Hampton University, in Hampton, Va., June 23-26. The theme for the program was “The Resilience of Leadership.”
Prior to and while attending LDI, these Alpha Ambassadors demonstrate maturity, character, scholarship, and service. At LDI, members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., institute faculty and mentors nurture the leadership potential of each ambassador, which, in turn, supports the personal growth of each ambassador.
To learn more about the foundation or to make a donation, go to http://jghfdn.org.