<strong>Antonio Lam</strong><strong>brigh</strong><strong>t </strong>and<strong> Heyveon Clemons</strong><strong>,</strong> <em>2019-20 President’s Fellows</em>
Antonio Lambright and Heyveon Clemons, 2019-20 President’s Fellows

Antonio Lambright Jr. (left) has lived in Las Vegas, NV, for nine years. He graduated from Word of Life Christian Academy as Valedictorian of his class and was the Student Body President during his senior year of high school. Mr. Lambright is a sophomore majoring in Business Administration. He maintains a 3.7 GPA and is expected to graduate in spring 2022.

Because of his academic excellence, he was chosen to serve as a member of the Benedict College School of Honors. Along with being studious, he is active on his campus and in his community. He is currently a loyal member of Benedict College’s student-led group Brothers in Unity, which strives for career exploration, service and leadership development. Additionally, Mr. Lambright serves as one of the lead drummers of the award-winning Benedict College Gospel Choir.

In the future, Mr. Lambright plans to own his own global music production company. Because of his passion for music, he has plans to travel the world and play drums for the biggest artists in the music industry, as well as solidify his business and leave a legacy of giving for his future children.

Heyveon Clemons (right) is a native of North, South Carolina. He currently attends Benedict College as a sophomore majoring in Accounting. He maintains a 3.9 GPA and is expected to graduate in spring 2022.

Mr. Clemons is involved with many organizations on Benedict’s campus, including the Benedict Chapter of Collegiate 100 and Brothers in Unity program. He is also an active member of Flora Branch Church and serves as an usher and youth choir member. After graduating, Mr. Clemons plans to pursue a Master of Accounting degree to further his goal of becoming an entrepreneur who continuously pours back into his community. He believes in giving to those that have helped him and helping those who are in need.