Hello my name is Albert Ramey-Speed, a senior at Morgan State University from Silver Spring MD, majoring in political science. My younger brother and I have been a part of GapBuster ever since it started. I honestly cannot remember how we heard about it. We grew up with Dr. Butler’s daughter, Nesreen, and other kids in elementary and middle school. We formed a sort of family through academics, HIV/AIDS awareness, and community service throughout the metropolitan area. My most memorable experience would by far be my trip to South Africa peer educating about HIV/AIDS to people of all backgrounds and ages. Being able to visit our Motherland is an opportunity some never get to experience and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I can wholeheartedly say GapBuster contributed to the better making of myself through public speaking, community involvement, and a passion for public administration.
What I can contribute to GapBuster now would be a voice of wisdom, achievement, and knowledge regarding any and all aspects pertaining especially to our minority youth and mentoring them to build a better and brighter future.
“The GapBuster, Inc. family has been as much of an influence to my life as my immediate family. I am a senior political science major and a communications minor at Morgan State University. I have eternal thanks to Dr. Butler and her staff.”