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Jamerika Ramsey wins 2019 Crossman & Company Endowed Real Estate Scholarship at B-CU

DAYTONA BEACH / ORLANDO --- Jamerika Ramsey, a junior at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach with a 3.96 GPA is the recipient of the university’s Crossman & Company Endowed Real Estate Scholarship for 2019.

Ramsey, who was raised in the Atlanta area, majors in Political Science and has held the highest academic GPA every year in the BC-U Liberal Arts department. She plans to go to lawschool, become an attorney, a real estate investor and entrepreneur.

“I am honored to be a recipient of the Crossman & Company Real Estate Scholarship. Although I have a lot of work ahead of me to get where I want to be in life, I am confident because of what I have accomplished so far at Bethune-Cookman University,” she said.

Crossman & Company, which ranks as one of the largest third-party retail leasing and management firms in the Southeast, established an endowed scholarship for students at Bethune-Cookman University in 2014. In addition, John Crossman, CEO, and his family launched an endowment fund for BC-U in 2004 in memory of his father Reverend Kenneth C. Crossman and donors have contributed over $100,000 throughout the years.

As CEO, Crossman promotes firm’s core values of a strong commitment to community service, industry education initiatives and dedication to diversity through creating scholarships and mentoring.

Crossman & Company now has real estate scholarships at FSU, FAMU, B-CU, and UCF.

“One of the best ways to improve the real estate marketplace is to encourage the participation of the best of the next generation,” Crossman said. * * *