The Accountability Initiative is nothing without its amazing team of dedicated students, activists, and organizers. Learn more about our team below.
Andrew K. Ankamah Jr.
Founder & Director
Andrew K. Ankamah Jr. is an activist, organizer, mentor, and the Founder & Director of The Accountability Initiative. He attended Temple University and has a degree in Political Science with a minor in African American Studies.
President, North Carolina Chapter
Mackenzy Grant is a Political Science Student at North Carolina A&T University. She was a driving force that led to the creation of TAI. She is very dedicated to social justice with aspirations of becoming a lawyer.
President, Temple University Chapter
Sierra Kamara is a Political Science student at Temple University seeking a Masters degree. She has a background in research and working within political spaces. She is very involved in advocating for her community.
Vice President, Temple University Chapter
DeOvionne Brown is a Sociology major at Temple University seeking a Masters degree. She is interested in advocacy and community work with aspirations of working in politics in the future.
Treasurer, Temple University Chapter
Wyatt Hammond is a Legal Studies Major & Psychology Minor at Temple University. He is very involved in his community and enjoys volunteering on a regular basis. He has aspirations of becoming a defense attorney.
Moderator, College Advice Panel
Zoë Singleton is a Chemistry major at Temple University. She currently serves as President of the Black Student Union. She has her own makeup business and is also a content creator. She has aspirations of working in the beauty industry.