A recent summa cum laude graduate of Alabama A&M University has been selected to participate in the Global Pre-MBA Leadership Program offered by Yale University.
Gadsden, Ala., native Kevin Ferguson enrolled at AAMU on an academic scholarship to complete a degree in electrical engineering. While at A&M, he
distinguished himself as a serious scholar and as an energetic student leader and volunteer, making the Dean’s List, Honor Roll and becoming a recipient of AAMU’s coveted President’s Cup.
The Global Pre-MBA Leadership Program is a highly selective, two-week summer program designed to help students acquire business skills and to introduce them to the benefits of an MBA degree. Ferguson will be introduced to the fundamentals of management education and the tools necessary to hone his individual leadership skills. The 2014 summer program begins in June on the Yale University campus.
A proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Ferguson also achieved a number of distinctions from the organization. He won the Fraternity chapter’s “Brother with the Highest GPA,” the Belford V. Lawson Oratorical Contest, the Keeper of the Light award, as well as the 2013 Southern Region Brother of the Year. Moreover, at the 2011 Student Choice Awards, Ferguson was voted by his peers as the Most Outstanding Male Student on Campus.
He has served as a student representative, University Ambassador, and Ferguson participated in the Honors Program while in college. In January 2012, Ferguson was featured in Source magazine as a historically black college and university leader. He also was selected as Mr. HBCU for the 2012 HBCU Awards.
Ferguson and his father founded The Ferguson & Son Scholarship Fund, aimed at assisting high school seniors. He currently serves as an electrical engineer for BP.