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Darol Terry

Updated: Feb 22, 2021

"Many young black men growing up in America have faced challenges. These young men have never had anyone make them feel welcomed, valued, loved or supported. Willie Wee Anderson was this person to me and other young black men. He was a shining example of reach one, teach one. I accepted a position on the Board of the Willie Wee Anderson Foundation (WWA) because it is time for the next generation of men to lead through mentorship, generosity and education. I am humbled and honored to be a part of a dynamic Board."

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