meet the teaching fellows
Kendra Pryor, a native of Bowie, Maryland, is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park with a B.A. in Anthropology, a minor in Spanish Language and Cultures, and a certificate in Latin American Studies. While at UMD, Kendra completed the Honors Humanities Program, completing a Keystone research project where she composed a piece of music drawing from Dominican, Ethiopian, and Chinese cultures. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., has studied abroad in El Salvador, and has participated in an Alternative Breaks service trip to the Dominican Republic. In the LASC program, she completed her Capstone entitled “Rollos and Relaxers: A Discussion of Hair and Identity in the Dominican Republic.” Last summer, she completed the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute (JSI), which has inspired her to pursue education and careers in public policy. She plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice or Public Administration in order to better serve the public and its most pressing policy issues. Kendra loves travelling, trying new foods, catching up on politics, and is a film and music enthusiast.
“My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together.” -Desmond Tutu
Originating from Odenton Maryland, Jordan Dean Ross is a 2018 graduate of Morehouse College. Jordan was a philosophy major who was very involved and held leader positions in organizations such as NSO (New Student Orientation), Phi Sigma Tau Honor Society, and the Morehouse Business Association. Because of his experience at Morehouse, he grew an interest in education and the development of African-American males. Lastly, Jordan enjoys reading W.E.B Dubois and Africana philosophy.
Kory Leech, a native to the Baltimore area, enjoys outside activities and trying new things as often as possible. Kory, after graduating from Randallstown High School, pursued further education in environmental and climate science through Frostburg State University. After Graduating from Frostburg State University in 2018, Kory joined the Department of Natural Resources Conservation Jobs Corps summer program where he lead of crew of seven young adults in learning new, and valuable skills through park maintenance and construction. Kory enjoys working with children as he hopes to make a difference in each individual he has the pleasure of meeting.
Imani Abraham is a graduate of North Carolina A&T with a degree in Sports Science and Fitness Management. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Education and recently finished her last year of track and field. Miss Abraham served as the Student Athlete Advisory Committee President where students are elected to serve as the voice of other student athletes at North Carolina A&T. Imani is a 4-time scholar athlete and has earned dean’s list honors 3 years in a row. She plans to finish her master’s degree while completing her fellowship at Baltimore Collegiate. Imani’s ultimate goal is to pursue her doctorate in Sports Administration and to become a Collegiate Athletic Director. When not working, you can find Imani doing makeup, watching ESPN, or travelling the globe.
Nere Eyeguokan is a recent graduate of Frostburg State University with a bachelor's in Sociology and Leadership Studies. Since 2014, Nere has gained invaluable experience at multiple jobs/internships working with the youth in Maryland in camp and school settings. During his time at Frostburg, he held multiple positions in the Student Activities Office including President of the University Programming Council his senior year. He was a member of several organizations including the President's Leadership Circle and traveled to Uganda to teach water sanitation and hygiene practices to the students at Kinju Primary School in the Pakwach District. In addition, Nere was a Founding member of Prep@Collegiate and spent two summers with the boys. He's excited to continue teaching and mentoring the boys at BCSB and growing closer with the BCSB community.