Kashawn McRavion- Little spent 9 years in North Carolina's foster care system.

Kashawn McRavion-Little wants to bring his foster care experience to others. He says, "We are in it together. I may not have been exactly through what others in the system have been through but I do feel the same pain they are feeling (abandonment, loneliness, lack of hope, etc.). ....Change comes within - it has to start with us."

Kashawn leadership and volunteer activities further his goal of spreading the word about foster care. He volunteered to work with Bob Lewis (advocate for foster children) and with volunteer social workers and supervisors in various parts of the country via WebEx meetings to review, respond to, and discuss the protocol and process for the project. (He was the only member to attend every meeting). Kashawn has been honored for his 3.5 and up GPA: Alapa Lambda Delta Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society.

Kashawn;s career goals are to work in child welfare when he graduates and to incorporate "The Video Project into agencies that he works with. Another career goal is to go to law school, become a lawyer, then a judge. He would also love to go into politics, as well as preach. With his tendency to become a leader whenever he works in a group, Kershawn feels the sky is the limit!