2022 Scholarship Fundraiser

The Metro Detroit Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists is hosting a popcorn fundraiser to raise money for our student and early career psychologists scholarship fund!

We have partnered with Double Good Popcorn for a weekend Fundraiser. Double Good Popcorn offers 12 flavors of ultra-premium popcorn, including classic favorites like butter and caramel, to delectable flavors such as white chocolate peanut butter. You don't want to miss out! This four day fundraiser ends at midnight Monday February 7, 2022, so order now! 

 

Our members are divided among 3 fundraising teams. Check out each team below! 

 

Donate to Team 1: Dr. Demetrius Ford, Dr. LaToya Patterson, Dr. Cheryl Mason, Dr. Irena Glover, Dr. Jennifer Gomez, Dr. Julian Bass, Dr. La-Toya Gaines, Dr. Andrea Taylor, Daeja Marzette *, Dr. Jo Johnson, Caroline Callaway *, Dr. Joseph Boards, III, and Dr. Fatimah Muhammad. 

Donate to Team 2: Dr. Nia Billings, Dr. Michelle Rodriguez, Dr. Brandi Pritchett-Johnson, Dr. Palina Drake, Rose Cook *, Dr. Melissa Grey, Dr. Harold Greene, Jimmie Jones *, Dr. Cheryl Munday, Dr. Amorie (Kofi) Robinson, Dr. Angela Celeste May-Scott, Dr. Tiffany Boards, and Dr. Helen Clay-Spotser. 

Donate to Team 3: Dr. Rhonda Ravenell, Dr. Audrey Price, Dr. Debra Brodie, Dr. Derrick Sebree, Jr, Dr. Juanita Houston, Dr. Trudy Hale, Dr. Marietta Alston-Williams, Dr. Marilyn Franklin, Alana Keller *, Tammy McCrory, Dr. Sheila Williams-White, Dr. Michelle McGarrity, and Dr. Barbara Bryant.

*Indicates student members. 

ABPsi Detroit is a community of Black mental health providers who offer mentorship, community, professional development, and training to the next generation of Black psychologists. Awardees of the scholarship can use their scholarship toward books and other academic expenses, research, conference attendance, and licensure preparation. Click here to learn more about the LaMaurice Gardner Memorial Fund.