includes expanding mentoring services for middle and high school students and increasing community partnerships to create more opportunities for it’s students. A complete framework for students will let them envision a clear path to a higher education and career. It includes college preparatory workshops and summer camps, career exploration, mentoring, financial support and a job-recruiting network. This vision will evolve and grow because of individual donors, community groups, business, education and funding partners like you. ​


will transform the mindsets of low-income students and the community in envisioning their future. The Trust will help students connect with opportunities to learn to their fullest potential, complete a post-high school education and become engaged members of the community. By investing in our youth’s education, we can cultivate leaders for generations to come.


is to partner with communities to provide inspiration, mentoring, and financial support for first generation students to realize their dream of a college education.

While working for a youth development non-profit, Reggie Broddie had many requests from donors who wanted to help low-income students go to college. With a longtime Board member, Crispin Etherington, the two established a separate non-profit in 2000 to raise money specifically for financial scholarships for students who wanted to pursue and education after high school. 

The Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Scholarship Trust has provided financial support and resources for students to attend colleges, universities or technical schools and build a better life for themselves and future generations. Over the last 17 years, the Annapolis Trust has provided over 60 scholarships that averaged $800/semester. 

The Annapolis Trust also provides annual scholarships for students to attend the prestigious Gordonstoun International Summer School in Scotland. This learning experience dramatically expands the students’ horizons as they broaden their academic experience and learn about international cultures.

Our Board

These proven leaders from the non-profit, corporate and educational fields develop the vision and framework to support our scholars with inspiration, mentoring and financial support.

Board Of Directors

President and CEO Co-founder

President & CEO of R Llewellyn Broddie

Crispin Etherington

Chairman & Cofounder

Ashbourne Developments, LLC

Erica Matthews

Secretary, Board of Directors

Community Action Agency of Anne Arundel County

Sally Lung, CPA

Treasurer, Board of Directors

 Black & White Tax

Joe DeChamp

Vice President

Ballard Pacific Resources, Inc.

Brian Allen

Fox Architects

Terrence Brownlee

(Annapolis Trust Scholar) Anne Arundel County Public School

Jonathan Bubb

Eric Elston

Prince George County Public Schools

David Klein

Vice President, Essex Bank

William Hill

(Annapolis Trust Scholar) Bank of America

Tierra Snowden

(Annapolis Trust Scholar), National Center of Children & Families

Advisory Board

Leonard Brown

(Annapolis Trust Scholar) ID3 Technology group LLC

Jackie Dee

Wayland Mullins

(Annapolis Trust scholar) ManTech International Corporation

Rory Etherington

Vice President, Project Management

Jones Lang LaSalle

Jane F. Flynn

Managing Principal

ULoding Inc.

Shawna Williams

(Annapolis Trust Scholar) Lockheed Martin

Tyneikia DeJesus

Community Support Specialist

McClendon Core Service Agency

Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Scholarship Trust

1783 Forest Drive, PO Box 341, 

Annapolis, MD 21401

The Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Scholarship Trust (AAACST) is a registered tax-exempt non-profit under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code EIN 52-7061909.

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