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I wanted to be a part of Expose Excellence because I have always believed and lived by the fact that developing and educating our youth is the best way to insure a prosperous future for us all.
"It is also an honor and privilege to be selected to take part in this worthwhile initiative. “Kasserian ingera” is a greeting used by the Maasai’s of Africa (Kenya and northern Tanzania) when members gather and meet. This phrase asks the question “and are the children well”. Lot’s can be learned from these intelligent, community oriented and fierce warriors on the importance of securing the educational, social, emotional and mental well-being of our children. Dr. Milstead believes that there is a profound parallel between the mission of EEYP and the customs of the Maasai’s relating to the well-being of youth. Both believe that children are our citizenry’s most valuable and prized resource and that nurturing, guiding and cultivating their growth and productivity is the essence of a greater society.”
The Expose Excellence Youth Foundation spearheads collaboration with school administration, non-profit organizations, and local community leaders to provide educational resources and youth programming for kids ages 10-17. Leading with the inaugural program in Fort Bend County, we strive to ensure that youth have the skills, knowledge, and support needed to thrive and reach their goals.
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