Sharod Campbell was born and raised in Bradenton and Sarasota Florida. He is a two time graduate of Alabama State University from the College of Education. With the hopes of becoming a three-time graduate, Sharod is currently pursuing a master's degree in Instructional Leadership. Currently, he serves as the Technology Coordinator at Halcyon Elementary while also serving with the 206 transportation company of the Army Reserved. His short-term goals are to become a principal and to deploy with the Army, while his long-term goals are to become a superintendent of a school district, and professor at a Historical Black College & University.
Alabama State University Chapter Director
Chasity W. Foreman is a native of Chambers County, AL. A 1994 graduate of Valley High School and Southern Union State Community College with an associate degree. She is currently the general manager for KMEK Business and Tax Service. Chasity is a proud mother, grandmother, and wife of Pastor Dexter Foreman of 18 years. She has assisted her husband in Ministry since 2007 serving in many capacities in the community and the church. With a passion for youth, she assists with the youth department and choir. She is a certified life coach and finds joy in encouraging and motivating others to see them reach their full potential through strategic planning. She loves God and her family, she also enjoys spending time with her family, reading and watching sports. She aims to be the best that she can be in every aspect of life while impacting the lives of others.
Chambers County Chapter Director
HBCU College Tour Coordinator
Amanda Price is a proud graduate of West Mecklenburg High School Class of 2011, located in Charlotte, NC. She later attended Alabama State University on a Presidential Scholarship where she majored in History and minored in Legal Studies. Since creating an organization at her high school "Student Athletes to College," Amanda has been engaged in mentorship and education. At ASU she was active with ASPIRE Mentoring, AVID, and UNITE. Amanda earned her Juris Doctor from Howard University School of Law and is a D.C. licensed attorney. She is also a Maryland Licensed Real Estate Agent. Her legal experience includes working with the National Juvenile Defender Center, the Federal Public Defender of the Eastern District of Virginia, the Marissa Alexander Project, and working as a Student Attorney in D.C. Superior Court through the Criminal Justice Clinic at Howard. She currently works for Cecilia R. Jones & Associates practicing in wills, trusts, estates, probate, and contracts. Her ultimate goal is to help uplift the black community being a Social engineer through legal service, education, and property ownership.
College Transition Coach
Amirrah Nur was raised in the Metro Atlanta area and graduated from Valdosta State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing in 2016. After working in the field of business, she decided that she wanted to pursue a career supporting college students on their journey to academic success. Amirrah went to Clemson University to pursue a Masters of Education in College Student Affairs and worked as a Graduate Community Director for University Housing and Dining. Amirrah is currently on the job market seeking a position that will allow her to utilize her leadership, advising, and collaborative skills.
Austin McDonald is a native of Huntsville, Alabama and a graduate of Stillman College. Austin has earned his master’s degree in education from Mercer University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in educational leadership at Clemson University. He is passionate about HBCU leadership and connecting career opportunities for undergraduate students. Austin has worked as a middle school reading teacher; he has also served as a student activities coordinator and adjunct professor at Bethune-Cookman University. After completing his degree at Clemson, Austin aspires to navigate into a career where he may continue to serve current and aspiring college students. His long-term goal is to return to an HBCU someday and serve in chief-level administration.