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Whitney Washington

Whitney Washington, MPA, from Livingston, Alabama, is the founder of the Black Girl Scholarship Fund - Giving Circle. She is a higher education professional, victim service advocate, and gender justice and equity practitioner. Whitney earned her Bachelor's and Master's from the University of South Alabama. She is pursuing her Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership at the University of North Florida, researching the perception of career advancement in higher education. Whitney is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 

Why Invest in Black Girls?

Investing in black girls is critical to their well-being and educational journeys.I believe Black girls and women can do anything with financial investments. However, we do not often get the opportunity due to all kinds of -isms. Black Girl Scholarship Fund is designed to disrupt that system and the traditional model of philanthropy. 


As a higher education professional, I’ve read many scholarship applications where Black youth are sharing their sob stories. At Black Girl Scholarship Fund, we want to celebrate Black Girls' joy, brilliance, and contributions to society. This scholarship is designed with Black girls in mind and it's unapologetically for black girls. 


I invest in Black girls because I believe Black girls are the next generation of change-makers. 

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