William Webb of Mt. Pleasant

Neighborhood – Mt. Pleasant

How you were involved in MyCom – I was part of the Youth Advocate Network which taught save sex, violence prevention and how to look beyond stereo types.

High School – John Hay High School, graduated 2012

College – Bowling Green State University

What was a lesson you learned while in MyCom that has helped you in life? – One lesson I learned while in MyCom that has helped in life was don’t judge people based off of assumptions.  You should always get to know people before creating an opinion.

What is a piece of advice you would give to a MyCom youth today? – One piece of advice I would give to a MyCom youth is to be themselves.  Often kids are young and get caught up in copying others trying to be someone else.

Have you continued to be connected to MyCom and in what capacity? – I haven’t’ been too connected with MyCom, but I would like to be.  I do however reach out to Beverly Burks who was my adult leader in the Youth Advocacy Network.

What do you hope to be doing in 2-3 years? – Within two years I hope to have a job that allows me to work with youth and made a change in the community.


  • “MyCom Youth Development Initiative aims to engage via education, such amazing out-of-school opportunities as they recognize that youth who are bullied are more likely to feel disconnected from school."
    Curtis Benjamin
  • "MyCom has extended hundreds of youth exceptional opportunities to grow, expand their knowledge and express their voice in so many ways. I can honestly say that the youth are not the only ones who are learning, growing and having wonderful exposure opportunities. This adult is a beneficiary of countless blessing as well."
    Brenda Pryor
    MyCom Coordinator
  • "It was amazing, and really made me think of my community more, and how I can change it"
    Brandan Newton
    Anton Grdina FLOW Participant

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