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Quincy Browning-Morgan

My name is Quincy Browning-Morgan and I recently graduated from W.F. Herman Academy Secondary School in the Greater Essex County District School Board. I am continuing my education at the University of Windsor in the Human Kinetics Program. I would like to become a Physiotherapist and focus on sports injury and rehabilitation. I would like to work with the youth and guide them on how to best manage strains, sprains, bruises, tears, and other injuries related to athletics. I think it’s important for Black youth to see themselves reflected in a variety

of careers and it is my hope that I could inspire them to pursue the same career path.

Outside of school, I have volunteered for a long time at Big Brothers Big Sisters where my grandmother works. I also volunteered in serving dinner at the Caribbean Centre. I applied for The Hour-A-Day Study Club scholarship because I like how this club helps Black students and it will inspire me to do the same one day. I think this scholarship is a commitment to Black excellence and that is what I commit to with my goals.

Quincy received the Hour-A-Day Study Club Scholarship & the Martha C. Elliot & George R. Tolson Sr. Bursary of $2250.

Congratulations Quincy Browning-Morgan!