Climbing the Ladder of Success: Meet Morgan State’s Evans Feudjio, Hercules Scholar

Evans William Feudjio Momo


GPA: 3.9
Hometown: Douala, Cameroon
Major: Accounting
Minor: Information and Science Systems
Classification: Junior
Career goal: To become an accomplished certified public accountant

Congratulations to today’s Hercules Scholar, Evans William Feudjio Momo, a junior accounting major at Morgan State University.

The future CPA works hard towards his goal each day at the Evans Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management.

In addition to his academic efforts, Evans is a leader on campus and in the community. He was instrumental in developing the 1st Annual Professional Development Day for High School Seniors entitled “Four Keys to Business Success”. Evans is also holds office as secretary of the Morgan State Chess Club, is a Thurgood Marshall College Fund HBCU Mentor, a member of the National Association of Black Accountants, Tau Sigma Honors Society and the Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society, all while working part-time and maintaining his standing on the Dean’s List.

Evans credits his brother, Adrien Feudjio, as a major influence in his life, who Evans says, “taught me how to make new connections and gain leadership skills.”

Evans lives by the motto by author Zig Ziglar: “You cannot climb the ladder of success dressed in the costume of failure.”

More students like Evans deserve the opportunity to succeed. You can help by making a donation to Morgan State University today.

Cherie S. White
Cherie S. White
Cherie S. White is Director of Digital Strategy for the Tom Joyner Foundation, a writer and editor.