George Moses Horton Award for Multicultural Leadership

This award honors a nineteenth-century poet and friend of students and faculty on this campus. He used funds generated through his popular verse to buy time away from the Chatham County farm where he was enslaved. The award recognizes the senior who has demonstrated outstanding leadership, initiative, and creativity in multicultural education programs. This award is given by the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History.

Regan Downey Buchanan
2017
Kierra L. Campbell
2016
Carla Isabel Salas
2015
Sharessa Cherwayne Royster
2014
Alexis Monet Davis
2013
Benjamin Mintz Elkind
2012
Lisle Finna Bull
2011
John Andrew Mundell
2010
Eboni Angel Blake
2009
Dana Cooley Clifton
2008
Juelle Noel McDonald
2007
Ada Katherine Wilson
2006
Conitras Mamieal Houston
2005
Norledia Shian Moody
2004
Reena Arora
2003
Neera Makwana
2002
Jermain La'Nard Reeves
2001
Amanda Ruth Greene
2000
Eric Ian Farmer
1999