Tate Williams Education & Leadership Foundation
In the (twelf)th month, on the fourth day, in the year nineteen hundred and six at Cornell University, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha, was established by seven college men who recognized the need for a strong bond of brotherhood among African descendants in this country. Central to the work of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind, and it is through this lens that the Tate Williams Education & Leadership Foundation (TWELF) was established through the Kappa Lambda Chapter to provide educational support to the Greater Guilford County community.
Board of Directors
Bro. Tate Williams, Chair
Bro. Dr. Anthony Graham, Vice Chair
Bro. Dr. Myron White, Treasurer
Bro. Edgar Zimmerman, Sr.
Bro. Dr. Clinton Wilson
Bro. Thomas Navante Johnson
Bro. Shai Zachariah Bey Superville
Bro. Aaron Pittman
Bro. Terry Dixon
The Tate Williams Education and Leadership Foundation will become a premier nonprofit organization in the Piedmont Triad that is committed to the upward mobility of undeserved and underrepresented learners of color through educational and leadership development.
The Tate Williams Education and Leadership Foundation will cultivate academic, personal, and professional excellence of learners of color in the Piedmont Triad via academic scholarships for college degree attainment, leadership development initiatives, mentoring programs, and strategic partnerships. The Foundation’s aim is to address societal inequities by enriching and enhancing the lives of learners of color.
By The Numbers
TWELF has been actively empowering generations of scholars in Guilford County and surrounding areas.
YEARS OF IMPACT
SCHOLARSHIP AVERAGE GPA
Get in touch
PO Box 20186 Greensboro, NC 27420