Apr 28, 2023
DUSUSU Foundation Co-founder Zuriel Oduwole Inspires Children at Brooklyn Kindergarten Class Named in Her Honor
Renowned child education advocate and co-founder of the DUSUSU Foundation, Zuriel Oduwole, paid a visit to a kindergarten class at a school in Brooklyn on Friday. The class, decided by a teacher vote, had been named after Zuriel as an inspirational role model. During her visit, Zuriel engaged with the young students, learning about their aspirations and sharing her belief in their boundless potential to achieve greatness.
Each year, the school encourages its classes to select an influential figure to name their class after, nurturing the students' desires to dream big and pursue their passions. This year, the school's Kindergarten Class chose Zuriel as their source of inspiration, impressed by her accomplishments and dedication to empowering children worldwide through quality education.
During her time with the kindergarten class, Zuriel listened intently to the children as they shared their dreams and aspirations. She encouraged them to follow their passions and reiterated her firm belief that they were capable of achieving anything they set their minds to.
"This visit was truly a humbling experience for me," Zuriel expressed. "To see the enthusiasm and ambition in the eyes of these young children is a strong reminder of the immense potential each child possesses if given the right opportunities and support. I am honored to be named as their inspirational role model and will continue to champion the importance of education for all children."
Zuriel Oduwole's visit to the Brooklyn kindergarten class served as a source of motivation and empowerment for the impressionable young children. By sharing her experiences and encouraging them to pursue their dreams, Zuriel is helping to shape the next generation of leaders and change-makers.