Krystal Oriadha has been a community activist for over a decade, living by the motto that “Greatness is not a measure of who you are but the impact you have on others.”
Amity Pope, a doctoral candidate committed to obliterating the School–to–Prison Pipeline, one person at a time grounds herself in being committed to something bigger than herself.
Both women are honorees of The Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund, Forty Under 40, and are known in our county as advocates for social justice. Their accomplishments in their careers and service to this county include building coalitions like PG Change Makers to bring forth community schools, shaping the Kirwan Commission education reforms to achieve equity for all children in Maryland’s public schools, to testifying in Annapolis on police reforms for schools and in the community. These two Black, women activists, known to many as partners in transforming the lives of others, work vigorously and tirelessly to highlight disparities injustice for Black and Brown people in an effort to bring forth practical solutions through policy and legislation.
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