Brad Washington, author of the social-emotional learning & culture-building book, "The Greenprint." He is also a contributor to The Journal of Michael Jackson Academic Studies. Brad is employed with Newberry County School District; he enjoys giving back to his community by creating youth programs.
Carolina Pyatt Gerrald, a health care worker who spends her working hours helping others. She graciously give her time and talent when asked to do so for the Landrum Washington Legacy Fund.
Brien Washington recently earned his Ph.D. in Therapeutic Medical Physics. He is selected as one of the University of Kentucky Doctoral, Postdoctoral Researchers SEC emerging scholars. Brien received 4.9 million dollars in scholarships in his senior year of high school.
Sarah Pyatt-Worthy is a Columbia native currently living in Charlotte, NC. She is employed with Wells Fargo as a Client Service Consultant. She is married with two beautiful children. She and Landrum grew up together and was Landrum's favorite cousin. She is indeed honored to serve on this committee to carry on his memory.
Bettyy Grice Richardson, a retired executive assistant of 40 years, currently operates a Mary Kay business. She also serves as a mentor to women through her church's Women Mentoring Young Ladies and Deaconess Ministry. Betty is a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and founder of the "BettyBook Reading Club" for assisted living residents.
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