My life literally began at Howard. I was born in Howard University Hospital to a Howard Medical Student, and a recent Howard Law School graduate. A series of interesting coincidences found me here, a student at Howard Law School, in 2014, listening to Trinidadian Howard graduate,
Fast forward to the day I was asked to share my Moments that Matter as a partner with AT&T on their Black History Month program, 28 Days. As usual, I start going through the materials, and whose face do I see as part of the Framework section of the 28 Days website where "Black innovators, creatives and activists share the tools, tips and hard-won lessons they rely on to do the exceptional?" Trinidadian born president of Howard University,
AT&T asked Dr. Frederick to kick off Black History Month by sharing his tools and tips for accomplishing personal and professional goals:
"The tools that help me accomplish my goals are my smartphones. I have two of them because my mother and grandmother live outside the U.S. I use my personal smartphone for keeping in touch with them." ~ Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick, President of Howard University
He answers this question and many more on
How can you celebrate Black History Month with us? Sharing a photo for a chance to win a tech makeover prize pack of Samsung products from AT&T 28 Days.
1. Sign into your Twitter or Instagram account.
2. Submit an original photo that represents a moment that mattered to you, with a brief description and/or caption explaining why.
3. The tweet or post MUST also include the hashtags of #ATT28Days and #contest to be considered a valid entry.
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This post is sponsored by AT&T. I have been compensated, and as always, my opinions are my own.
How will you be celebrating Black History Month?