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Ronald C. Parker, president and CEO of the Executive Leadership Council and Foundation (left), presents Dr. Debra Saunders-White (second from right), chancellor of North Carolina Central University, a $350,000 grant for a youth education program. Also participating was Lynton Scotland, Michael C. Hyter, chairman of The Executive Leadership Foundation (ELF) board and managing director, Korn/Ferry International, and Tracey Gray-Walker (right). The grant was provided under ELF's Community Impact Initiative, a national program aimed at closing the achievement gap among black middle and high school students. (PRNewsFoto/Executive Leadership Council)

Ronald C. Parker, president and CEO of the Executive Leadership Council and Foundation (left), presents Dr. Debra Saunders-White (second from right), chancellor of North Carolina Central University, a $350,000 grant for a youth education program. Also participating was Lynton Scotland, Michael C. Hyter, chairman of The Executive Leadership Foundation (ELF) board and managing director, Korn/Ferry International, and Tracey Gray-Walker (right). The grant was provided under ELF's Community Impact Initiative, a national program aimed at closing the achievement gap among black middle and high school students. (PRNewsFoto/Executive Leadership Council)

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The Executive Leadership Foundation Awards North Carolina Central University $350K for Summer Youth Business & Entrepreneurship Academy

Grant will Support the Next Generation of Black Business Leaders

The Executive Leadership Foundation (ELF) awarded North Carolina Central University (NCCU) a grant of $350,000 during its annual Recognition Gala on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013.