North Carolina State University is establishing a Fellowship in Chantal's honor. Donations can be made to the College of Education through the link below. Thank you for your support!
Chantal Carrie Marie Imani Warfield was born January 19, 1997. She was excited to enter the world and came prematurely at 1lb. 13.5oz. She came out swinging, was given the nickname “Rocki” and given a pair of tiny pink boxing gloves. Although tiny, she was determined to thrive and make her mark.
Chantal LOVED to read. She chose to attend North Carolina State University to attend college and just this past May she was awarded her degree in Education, General Studies, Magna Cum Laude.
Chantal was deeply engaged in the college and NC State campus. She is the only student ever to live in SAY Village for all four years. (SAY is a living and learning village that connects NC States with underserved K-12 students for after-school mentoring.) She is also one of only two students to have mentored K-12 students across all levels, from elementary to middle to high school.
In addition, Chantal was active in the Education Council, a leadership development student group; was former president of the Multicultural Young Educators Network (MYEN), which promotes unity among diverse groups of students in the college; completed Passport to Success, an academic enrichment and student engagement program; and was a College of Education Ambassador, a group of highly motivated, informed, energetic and diverse student leaders. She was also an avid reader and self-proclaimed "Chocoholic."
North Carolina State University is establishing a Fellowship in Chantal's honor. Donations can be made to the College of Education here.
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