Keturah Tamar Caldwell is a rising junior attending the illustrious Virginia State University. She is a Social Work major currently working towards her Bachelor’s of Social Work. She is a proud Trojan who is consistently working towards being a high-achieving student in order to destigmatize Historically Black Colleges and Universities and demonstrate their value. She wishes to show society that HBCUs produce quality workers and facilitate a community of students who are highly ambitious and accomplished. Tamar is the co-founder of The Campus Action Project (@campusactionproject) which is an upcoming organization promoting the betterment of the community of all students within her campus. She currently serves as the community service chair in TGTGI ( @tgtgi__ ), an organization that focuses on uplifting the spirituality of young black women, and maintains involvement in her school’s chapter of the NAACP (@vsunaacp_ ). Additionally, she enjoys participating in volunteer work in her community. During the 2021-2022 academic school year, she participated in numerous community service projects including the Recycling Committee at her university and she is looking forward to maintaining involvement as it expands into the Recycling Club for the 2022-2023 academic school year. She also enjoyed volunteering at the Petersburg Public Library back in 2021. As a 2022 Volt Energy Utility Environmental Justice Ambassador Fellow, Tamar will intern with Virginia Interfaith Power and Light.