It’s PUSH Week: Victory Lap Edition at CFCC Nixon Minority Male Leaders Center today the special guest is Brandon Bigg B Hickman
Hello, I am Emily McComiskey. I am currently working as an intern for Support the Port! I am from Charlotte, NC, and have been living in Wilmington for the last two years. I am a senior at UNCW and I will be graduating with my degree in Public Criminology this summer. When I am not interning or drowning in homework, I love to spend time at the beach with my friends, getting nice and sunburnt. When working, I have really liked helping with events such as, this year’s Stop the Violence, Start the Peace Rally, that foster better relations with people in Wilmington. Throughout the time I have spent with Support the Port, I have have been apart of a community based research Project where Support the Port and UNCW worked together to look at how different social and geographical factors affected people’s recovery after Hurricane Florence. This job has meant a lot to me this semester, it has really given me a good perspective of the community I live in. This organization has genuine intentions to better Wilmington for everyone that calls this city home and I have really learned a lot from working here at Support the Port!
Hi my name Isha Reed and I am Support The Port Data Entry Specialist.
I am from Wilmington,NC. Born and raised.
Outside of work I love to help those in the community, and serve those in need. I also love to read and art.
I love working for Support The Port because I get to be hands on with the people in the community and working with those who were affected by Hurricane Florence.
Working for Support The Port means a lot to me because we get to serve and give back to the community.
Hi, my name is Toni and I am one of the Data Entry Specialist at Support the Port. I am from Brooklyn, NY but have been in the Port for 20 years. Working for STP has definitely been an eye opening as well as uplifting experience. I enjoy working with the community. When I'm not working I like to relax and spend time with family and travel.
Hi y'all, Jocelynn Miner here... "OH GREAT, here she goes", totally kidding. I work with Support the Port, and I'm the big man Cedric Harrison's Administrative Assistant. I was born in upstate New York, but raised in Wilmington, NC. Whenever I'm not at work, my passion is capturing memories and emotions through photography, arts and crafts, and traveling. I've been in 6, and counting, music videos, which I also surprisingly enjoy very much! One of my favorite things to do while working, is interacting and meeting with the individuals in our community. I'm surrounded by very positive and influential individuals, and enjoy every second of bringing diversity and peace to where we live. It means a lot, for myself personally, to be working with Support the Port because of all the great opportunities we can bring to others and ourselves. Helping others has always been one of my biggest strengths, and to do it with a numerous count of positive and supportive people that enjoy doing the same thing, and have the ability to provide, is such a wonderful feeling. If more people got together, supported each other and their passions/dreams, the would would be a much more peaceful place to enjoy and live life freely. I'm so very thankful to be a part of this amazing journey; I hope the residents of Wilmington are just as thrilled to be a part of it as well.
My name is La'Kesha, and I'm from Wilmington, North Carolina. I treasure spending time with my family outside of work. As a Disaster Case Manager for Support The Port, I enjoy establishing trusting relationships with the community and participating in various community engagements such as: So Fresh So Clean, which brings inspirations to those suffering with poverty. I spend majority of my time connecting with others who have an interest in long term recovery and desires to positively impact the community around me. I'm honored to be apart of the Support The Port team. This drives me to serve and key into shared human values.
This Thursday, April 25th, 2019! Stand Against Racism, 9th Annual Event with @ywcalowercapefear !! Come out and join #supporttheport and many other folks from the community for this wonderful event! 1898 Memorial Park! From 6-8 PM!!!!! Hope to see you all there! #wilmingtonnc #event #standagainstracism
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We’re all setup and ready to go for UNCW’s Upperman African American Cultural Center Black Comic-Con! Come out today from now til 10pm and learn and engage with black super heroes! Bring your kids too this will be very inspirational to them!