JACKSON – Hinds Community College’s Minority Male Leadership, or M2M, on the Jackson Campus recently held a ceremony to induct new members. The group represents male students who want to make a difference in their communities as well as in their own lives.
Under the mentorship of M2M Navigator James Lyons Jr., Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator for M2M Brian Reynolds, and Anita Bell-Muhammad, the members for M2M inducted for the fall 2023 are:
Front from left, Taviyon Young of Natchez, Samuel R. Cobb IV of Jackson, Jalen Williams of Jackson, Ke’jzwan Wright of Jackson, Derrick Barnes of Ridgeland and DeMarcus Davis of Jackson; second row, A’Treveon Pack of Meridian, Merrid Weaver of Jackson and Jossey Sam of Accra, Ghana.
James Lyons Jr., M2M Navigator, Jackson Campus
Brian Reynolds, M2M Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator
Anita Bell-Muhammad, Grant Coordinator/Writer
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