2016 Fourth Quarter Winner
Winner Joreal Eady pictured with her sister, Kerris, KISS 104's Veronica Waters and Delta Community CEO Hank Halter.
Joreal Eady is the final HBCU scholarship winner of the year. She is currently a senior at Discovery High School in Lawrenceville and plans to attend Langston University. She hopes to pursue a career in Healthcare Management. Joreal is involved in many extracurricular activities, including Student Council, Student Ambassadors, Secretary of State Student Ambassadors, PTSA, Maxwell Student Ambassadors and HOSA. She has received the Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award, DHS Community Service Diploma Seal, Discovery Student Council Award and the Discovery PTSA Scholarship. Joreal also volunteers in the community at the Lawrenceville Co-Op Ministry and SaltLight Center.
2016 Third Quarter Winner
Winner Etienne Batiste pictured with KISS 104's Veronica Waters and Delta Community CEO Hank Halter.
Congratulations to Etienne Batiste, the third scholarship winner of the year. Etienne, a native of College Park, Georgia, is currently a freshman at Spelman College where she is pursuing a civil engineering degree. Etienne not only maintained a 4.4 GPA throughout high school, but she was also selected as valedictorian. She hopes to give back to her community and ensure a greater future for Atlanta.
2016 Second Quarter Winner
Winner Delmer Jones, III pictured with KISS 104's Veronica Waters and Delta Community COO Matthew Shepherd.
Delmer Jones, III is a rising sophomore at Morehouse College. He finished his freshman year with an impressive 3.7 GPA while also working two jobs to help cover his tuition costs. Delmer is from Snellville, Georgia and graduated from Brookwood High School. He is currently a marketing major and hopes to ultimately pursue a career in sports marketing. Delmer and his parents are longtime Delta Community members.
2016 First Quarter Winner
The first scholarship winner of 2016, Donavan White, currently attends Morehouse College as a freshman. Donavan graduated from Kennesaw Mountain High School where he played football in addition to working hard on his studies. He hopes to pursue a career in Industrial Engineering.