#WhyWednesday: Youlanda Mack
Youlanda Mack’s pathway to college began with a nonprofit that became her “compass” as she navigated the college preparation and application process. Years later, that experience continues to inspire her passion for giving back.
Today, hear why Youlanda Mack has joined the child well-being movement as a United Way AAP board member and mentor for youth:
United Way of Greater Atlanta’s African-American Partnership empowers community champions like Youlanda to make a lasting impact on our youth and our region. This year, United Way AAP is celebrating 20 years of making a difference in the lives of children and communities! Ready to get involved? Click here to learn more about joining AAP.