OmegaBrite in the Community
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
- Margaret Mead
OmegaBrite sponsors programs that foster health, education, and world peace. We feel it is important to be a partner in the community both local and international working to bring hope and health to all. Among the programs we support are the Harvard Kennedy School of Government Women's Leadership Board and Women Waging Peace Program to foster peace and women's leadership in all levels of government, business and education, the Girls and Science Club, the OmegaBrite Excellence Awards, The OmegaBrite Athletic Excellence Awards, programs that bring music to schools, Project Hope and research at many academic centers including HArvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hosptial.
OmegaBrite supports research in Depression, Bipolar Disorder, ADD, Autism, Cardiac health, Womens,Health, Breast Cancer Survivors, Arthritis and Huntington's Disease. The people that we have come to know in these reserach projects inspire us with their courage, strength and will to make the world a better place. We are honored to be able to work in partnership with them.
We are pleased to announce that one of our OmegaBrite Scholars, Jacob Wamala is in his Junior Year at MIT and has co- founded the first ever event at MIT to honor the achievements of the MIT Faculty of Color. Everyone at OmegaBrite congratulates him on his academic, athletic and overall success. Jacob is a truly exceptional person.We also congratulate another OmegaBrite Scholar, Jessica Wamala. Jessica is entering her Junior Year at Villanova University and has besides excelling in her studies, Jessica walked on to the Villanova Division One Basketball Team last year and had an excellent season. In addition to her tremendous success in academics, Jessica and her brother are both Massachusetts State Scholastic Chess Champions. We congratulate Jessica on her hard work and excellence in all she does and look forward to her achieving her goal of university and then her graduate studies. Go Jessica!