When my mother passed, I was distraught (and still am). Knowing that my mother gave so much, not just to my dad, siblings, and family, but to everyone she encountered, I knew that I had to make sure the marathon continues. To date, I've been able to give away $3000 to future black leaders of tomorrow. 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, I was not able to provide the scholarship this year.  By the grace of God, however, the Annie Ibok Scholarship is back. I'm pleased to announce that in 2021, with a new website, new outreach connections, and scholarship requirements, the Annie Ibok Scholarship will return, serving applicants who will be attending HBCUs in the fall.

Thank you to everyone who helped make this dream a reality. From my brother Antonio who created the original website, to my HBCU brothers and sisters who donated their photos or time to serve on the selection committee, to those who helped review the website, I love you all. I  literally could not have done this without your continued support. Let's all continue to provide the youth opportunities to succeed

In Truth and Service, 

Emem Ibok

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