Easy as 1, 2, 3 or as difficult as 1, 2, 3

C.J. Stewart: What are the top three life skills that you developed as a L.E.A.D. Ambassador that you still use today?

Ambassador Mendez Elder (Grady HS/Savannah State Univ.): Responsibility, preparation and how to speak in a professional way.

Ambassador Wesley Clements 
(B.E. Mays HS/Atlanta Metropolitan College): Positive relationships, leadership and cooperation.

From left to right: L.E.A.D. Ambassador Mendez Elder (Grady HS, c/o 2011, Savannah State Univ.), U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young, Rev. Joseph Lowry, L.E.A.D. Ambassador Wesley Clements (B.E. Mays HS, c/o 2012, Paine College/Atlanta Metropolitan College)

C.J. Stewart: What are the top three things that distracted you as a L.E.A.D. Ambassador?

Ambassador Mendez Elder (Grady HS/Savannah State Univ.): Procrastination, math and females.

Ambassador Wesley Clements (B.E. Mays HS/Atlanta Metro College): Lack of focus, lack of communication and lack of prioritizing.

Photos by Pouya Dianat from the 2012 MLB Civil Rights Game at Turner Field