JTaylor, Author at Jason Taylor Foundation

A collaboration with the Homestead Miami Speedway and the Omari Hardwick bluapple Poetry Network of the Jason Taylor Foundation, "Write Track Poetry" is a contest challenging participating Miami-Dade County middle school students to write and perform an original poem about their own legacy.

Naomie Monville resides with her family in Riviera Beach, FL. This honor roll student graduated from Palm Beach Lakes High School. During her four years, she earned A’s and B’s and a 3.97 GPA in addition to a perfect attendance record. Her favorite subject in school was Math.

Ivaneza Moliere, a graduate of Booker T. Washington Senior High School, was chosen as the first ever Jason Taylor Scholar back in 2005 and was a part of the first graduating class of Jason Taylor Scholars.

Vilma Sooknanan is the first person in her family to consider going to college. She wants to make her family proud of her and would like to be able to help them financially in the future.

Sharifa Shageer, is a young lady whose hard work, determination and altruism embody exactly the qualities that the Jason Taylor Scholars program looks for in its scholars.

Nicholas Baker is the oldest of three siblings. He is currently a senior at Stranahan High School, where he is part of the school’s Medical Magnet Program.

Tanisha Crawford lives with her mother and two older brothers in Lake Park. She is a senior at Suncoast Community High School. Tanisha is involved in many activities. Her favorite subjects are Math and Language Arts and her hobbies include singing, dancing, and drawing.

Jonel Graham is a highly motivated student who graduated from Everglades High School in Miramar.

Oscar Ospina is a fantastic student, with excellent grades and conduct. He just completed the 11th grade at Miami Springs Senior High School where he has set a goal to be accepted to the college of his choice.

Ashley Serjilus lives with her mother and two sisters in West Palm Beach. She is an outgoing, helpful, caring and trustworthy. She graduated from Park Vista Community High School with a 3.9 GPA. During her four years she managed to devote 522 hours to community service.