1st Annual BFB Public Service Scholarship Winners
We are excited to announce our winners for our community service scholarship! Congratulations to Celine Nasser and Brittney Williams for going above and beyond in dedicating themselves to public service and making their communities a better place. More about our winners can be found below.
Celine is currently a senior at Dearborn High School. She is the president of Dearborn High's Key Club which boasts over 200 members that work to make our community a better place by working with organizations like Books For a Benefit! Celine also serves as Vice President of the National Honor Society, and the founder of the active minds chapter at DHS that is aimed at ending the stigma surrounding mental illness. She has committed herself to public service and truly enjoys collaborating with and empowering other students to see the impact their actions can have. After high school, Celine hopes to pursue a degree in public health and her ultimate goal is to attend medical school and provide healthcare services to an underserved community!
Brittney Williams is a second-year Master of Social Work student at the University of Michigan, where she also received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2016. On campus, she serves as the School of Social Work Representative for Central Student Government, and on the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Graduate Student Advisory Board. In the community, she serves as the 12th Congressional District Alzheimer’s Ambassador; an official spokesperson for the Alzheimer’s Association; and a member of the Zeta Nu Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., which serves the Inkster area. Brittney’s passion for service to others was inspired by her parents’ devotion to community outreach, and the unparalleled selflessness of her late mother, Crystal.