When Angelina Cude heard her brother, Christopher, struggling to help some students at the middle school where he worked, Cude decided to do something about it.
“He knew the kids had resources, like Boys & Girls Club, but it wasn’t really mentoring the way we think about it,” said Cude, a 1996 McNary High School grad. “From there it was a matter of figuring out how the school could help connect us to . . .