The Faces Behind The Program
Cavesha Anderson is a Tampa, Fl native and is a current senior at Florida State University studying Sociology and Urban and Regional Planning. Mentoring youth is Cavesha's passion because she believes one of the biggest reasons she has been able to attend college and accomplish so much is because she had amazing official and unoffical mentors throughout my life. She is now more than ready to pay forward, the generosity she has recieved over the years.
Terrance McNeil has helped close the digital divide for several communities, educated thousands of students and channeled millions of dollars in resources for the purpose of community building. He has addressed the National Urban League, the Asian American Justice Center, the National Council of La Raza and the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies as an expert in closing the digital divide in underserved communities. A member of Alpha Phi Alpha and the 100 Black Men, he hold's Cisco and Microsoft certifications, a Florida teaching certificate, a Bachelor of Political Science, a Master of Educational Technology and is currently pursuing a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership at Florida A&M University.