Finessing the FAFSA
Finesse, don’t stress! Join the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. – Omega Eta Zeta Chapter for a virtual education on how to get your college finances situated by filling out your FAFSA.
The Scholarship Committee will facilitate the session:
Patricia Timmons, M.Ed. – Patricia is a Faculty Assistant and Course Administrator at Harvard Kennedy School and an adjunct professor at Eastern Nazarene College. She also is the Executive Director of M.O.V.E., a nonprofit that helps girls to become outstanding students and global leaders in the 21st century. Patricia strives to help youth to reach their highest potential because she knew the struggles it took for her to complete high school and college. As a first-generation college graduate, Patricia is still moving up the ladders by entering into the second year of her doctoral program at Morgan State University. During her tenure as a doctoral student, she became an author of her first book, “A Journey to Scholarships – Get Your Coins”. Also, she has now facilitated her workshop, Get Your Coins, to over 160 students in Massachusetts.
Dr. Seychelle Corbin – Seychelle Dunn-Corbin is a Boston-based saxophonist best known for her dedication and advocacy of works by composers of the African diaspora. A first-generation college graduate, Seychelle has studied at Morgan State University, Longy School of Music of Bard College, and Boston University, recently completing a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Saxophone Performance. Currently, Seychelle performs with the Area 9 Saxophone Quartet, NorthStar Duo, and Megalopolis Saxophone Orchestra, in addition to serving as faculty at Bunker Hill Community College and Salem State University