Dominique Dickenson

2019 Scholarship Recipient

Dominique is the youngest daughter of Monique and Terrence Dickenson of Aruba and St. Thomas. As a child, her parents taught her the importance of family and spending time together. Dominique is an accomplished athlete and leader in her church. She competed on the international stage as a Gymnast for more than 10 years. She recently graduated from Mot Charter High School, where she excelled and challenged herself by taking AP and honor’s courses. Currently, Dominique is attending college at Southern Connecticut State University where she is a part of the Honors program, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Spanish and Biology and hopes to become a Sports Physician. Dominique has grown more and more interested in diversity and inclusion, and the lack thereof. At college she hopes to be a part of organizations that celebrate Caribbean heritage to learn more about her culture and ethnicity. In the future, Dominique plans to create her own organization that will focus on providing aid and relief to countries in the Caribbean. Though this is very ambitious, Dominique believes that with the help of God and the right support system she will be able to accomplish these goals.

Annaya Osinuga

2019 Scholarship Recipient

Annaya is the daughter of Ayanna and Akinola Osinuga, Trinidadian and Nigerian immigrants respectively. Annaya is a recent graduate of Middletown High School and a current Bio/Chemistry major at Roanoke College in Salem, VA. She wishes to pursue a doctoral degree  at Howard University College of Medicine. Throughout high school, Annaya has excelled and enjoyed the sciences as well as being involved in all that her school had to offer, including Marching Band and Cheerleading. In addition to being involved in her school work and activities, Annaya was also heavily involved in community service. Through her high school’s Chapter of the National Honor Society, Annaya was able to gain connections with the town of Odessa, DE and volunteered with them. She also volunteered at the MOT Senior Center. Annaya’s love of community service is what sparked her interest in medicine; she realized that helping people is what she wants to do for the rest of her life

Mya Burrell

2019 Scholarship Recipient

Mya is a freshman at George Washington University (“GWU”) and a recent graduate of Appoquinimink High School. She is doing a double major in International Affairs and Political Science with a Pre-Law track. Mya is a Jamaican-born immigrant, who has completed most of her secondary education here in the United States. She hopes to further her knowledge on international politics and law through extending her academic career at GWU by going on to its Law School. With this knowledge, Mya’s goal is to work as a Foreign Service Officer for the United Nations or to run for the position of the Prime Minister of Jamaica! Mya has always been interested in international relations and her immigrant background has made her interest even stronger. She is dedicated to her passion for international politics and cannot wait to see what the future holds for her academically and career wise.

Savio Stuart

2019 Scholarship Recipient

Savio was born in Nassau, Bahamas to parents Lovell McKinney and Sheryl Whylly. He lived in the Bahamas for the first 14 years of his life. This is where he found his passion for music and performance. He played in Marching Bands and various cultural, musical groups. At 15, Savio moved to Wilmington, Delaware and began high school at Freire Charter School. During his 4 years at Freire, Savio obtained high academic achievements by making honor roll. He has also been a member of many clubs and participated in various boards at school. He graduated from Freire receiving the highest award for academic excellence. He was also the first and only recipient of the Freire Founder’s Scholarship. Savio is now a freshman at the University of Delaware majoring in Political Science with a minor in International Politics.

Dalianny Corporan

2019 Scholarship Recipient

Dalianny is the daughter of Daly Corporan and Matilde Sanchez. She is a first-generation Dominican immigrant who came to the United States at two years old. She lived in New York for a few years and later moved to Sussex County, Delaware. She has recently graduated from Sussex Technical High School and is currently attending Delaware Technical Community College studying Communications. Dalianny, aspires to be a Professional Screenwriter in the Film industry. The essay Gina wrote for her TTCAD application, “Girl I’m Going to the City!” highlights where she wants to be in life walking the streets of New York embracing her true self and shedding light on the untold stories of the Caribbean.

Gina Extravour

2019 Scholarship Recipient

Gina is the daughter of Geoffrey Extavour, Trinidadian and Tammy Extavour from Virginia, USA. She graduated from Appoquinimink High School and currently attends the University of Southern California, pursuing a major in Creative Writing and Journalism with a minor in Fine Arts. In high school, Gina led a colorful academic and social life. By the time she was a senior, Gina had 4 years of Color Guard and Marching Band under her belt. She was also an active member of both the National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society. Gina served as the Vice President of Appoquinimink High’s International Club. She first discovered her love for writing in elementary school when she began writing vivacious short stories. Throughout her young adulthood, Gina has continued to write short stories, poems, and novellas. She aspires to one day become a published author to shed light on the unique and untold stories of the Caribbean- American experience.

Fatima Edwards

2019 Keynote Speaker

Fatima Edwards is a recent honor student and Summa Cum Laude
graduate from Delaware State University (DSU). She acquired her degree in Biology, with a concentration in health professions, and a minor in Chemistry. She was heavily involved on and off campus during her collegiate experience. Some of those activities included joining Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, starting her public speaking workshop series, committee member on multiple boards, student worker, and student research assistant all while balancing her academic and personal requirements. Fatima set three main goals for herself before starting college. The first goal was to graduate Summa Cum Laude. The second was to have a career offer before graduation and lastly, she wanted to leave a lasting impact at DSU. Fatima managed to accomplish all her goals. Her final GPA was 3.82 which qualified her for Summa Cum Laude status. She built lasting relationships with faculty, staff, and students that awarded her a variety of leadership roles and opportunities. She currently works as a Business Technology Analyst for Deloitte in Atlanta, GA where she received this offer before graduation.

Fatima is a native to Dover, Delaware and received her high school education from Polytech High School. At Polytech, Fatima graduated with a technical diploma as a certified dental assistant and trained her senior year to be an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

Through her life experiences, she has learned that confidence yields
leadership, perseverance yields resilience and reputation yields opportunity. Through all these things, she credits her success to her faith, her foundation, her family, and her desire to flourish.

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TTCAD Donates in Support of Bahamas Disaster

TTCAD Donates in Support of Bahamas Disaster

HANDS International arranged to pack a container for shipment to Bahamas and TTCAD’s purchased items would be a part of that container (refer picture with lots of stuff for packing among which TTCAD purchased items are) . Items purchased include children clothing, towels, bed linen, canned foods, etc.

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Danielle Delpeche

2018 Keynote Speaker

Danielle Delpéche is a JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program alumna who spent the past three years teaching English in West Japan. She graduated from Swarthmore College in 2015 with a B.A. in Asian Studies, where she focused on Japanese media. Her sophomore year was dedicated to revitalizing the school’s dormant Caribbean Cultural group, SOCA (Students of Caribbean Ancestry), and she spent her junior and senior year as its president. She received the Director’s Special Recognition Award on behalf of the Black Cultural Center of Swarthmore College for significant contributions to the Black community and campus-wide. She currently speaks three languages— English, French and Japanese — and is currently working on her fourth: Korean. Danielle has a passion for international media, especially East Asian television and film.
In the future, she hopes to return to Asia and make her mark in the entertainment industry there. Her dream is to diversify Asian popular media; to encourage the youth there to learn about different cultures around the world, as well as inspire others back home to explore the world and expand their horizons.
During her down time, she enjoys playing volleyball, watching Korean horror movies, and finding new music to listen and dance to.