“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”
– Harriet Tubman
Siobahn is the first woman to earn a Computer Science Ph.D. from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Siobahn received her BS in Computer Science from Winston-Salem State University in 2005, her master’s degree in Information Science from North Carolina Central University in 2009, and in 2018 obtained her master’s and doctorate of philosophy degree in Computer Science from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
Dr. Grady is committed to serving and supporting her community. One way that she has done this is through her philanthropic efforts. She has created two endowed scholarships. You can donate to these endowed scholarships that support deserving students at Winston-Salem State University and North Carolina Central University. Any donation amount is greatly appreciated and tax-deductible.
Dr. Siobahn C. Day Endowed Scholarship at Winston-Salem State University
The Dr. Siobahn C. Day Endowed Scholarship is established to support economically disadvantaged and deserving students with an opportunity to pursue their dream of being in the field of computing. This endowment honors Mr. Sherwin Thomas Day and Mary Bradsher Day, who are the parents of Dr. Siobahn (Day) Grady.
Pinnix-Brown Endowed Scholarship at North Carolina Central University
The Pinnix-Brown Endowed Scholarship is established in memory of Champion (Champ) Hudson Pinnix and Chestina Brown Pinnix. Champ and Chestina Pinnix Believed in Kindness, Honesty, Education, and Hard work as pillars for a good life. These are the great and great-great-grandparents of Mr. Sherwin Thomas Day (NCCU Class of 1985) and Dr. Siobahn Day Grady (NCCU Class of 2009). Let this be inspirational and aspirational to all who share these pillars.