Meet Taylor Wilson, the youngest employee for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, At 20 years old Taylor Wilson became the youngest person to work for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), an oversight agency for U.S. intelligence organizations.  The Woodlawn, Md. native was hired in 2021 while working as a security information specialist for the National Security


Mount Holyoke College appoints Danielle Ren Holley as first Black female president to lead institution

By Howard News Staff Danielle Ren Holley, noted legal educator and social justice scholar, will become the twentieth president of Mount Holyoke College on July 1, 2023. The Board unanimously elected Holley following a thorough and inclusive search process. President-elect Holley is the first Black woman in the 186-year history of Mount Holyoke College to


Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services has been a staple in Baltimore’s African-American community for 27 years. The legacy continues with a renewed commitment to support a new generation of families.

Founded by Vaughn C. Greene in 1996, with the partnership of William G. Miller, the family legacy continues. Vaughn’s daughter, Brittney Greene, MBA, LM, is the Vice President of Operations and Managing Funeral Director. With a compassionate team of licensed funeral directors and administrators, Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services honors the black community and continues