Kenneth Rolle II, the featured student at this year’s scholarship dinner, is a remarkable individual whose journey is marked by leadership, academic excellence, and community service. Starting as a freshman in the 100 Black Men of Greater Orlando’s Project Success Program, Kenneth demonstrated his eagerness to learn and excel. Throughout high school, he actively participated in project activities and emerged as a leader, serving as the head drum major in the marching band and Mr. Jones High School. His dedication and guidance from the program paved the way for his acceptance into the prestigious Accelerated Learning Academy at Princeton University. As a junior and senior, he represented both his high school and project success in the ALA program. Kenneth’s leadership qualities continued to flourish at Tennessee State University, where he was elected as the president of the Student Government Association. Graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Studies, he now embarks on a master’s program at Georgetown University and a simultaneous internship with the Los Angeles Rams, further fueling his passion for community leadership and public service. Kenneth Rolle II embodies the potential and promise of young people in shaping our society’s future.