Coca-Cola Scholars in New York City attended the American Indian College Fund Gala with associates from The Coca-Cola Company.
Chantelle George (2006) shared her “full circle” story with CCSF: “I remember my Scholars Weekend in 2006. Dr. Beverly Tatum and her husband were sitting at my table. She was new to her role as President of Spellman College. Fast forward to this February I was a speaker at a conference and got to meet her again almost 10 years later and she remembered me from the Coke reception! It was a great moment!”
Kim Rash (1990) came all the way from Uganda to visit the CCSF team.
Pat Blute (2008) stopped by for breakfast with some of the CCSF team.
Coke Scholar alumni in Boston enjoyed a day at Fenway Park, compliments of The Coca-Cola Company. They were treated to a tour of the park and box seats for the Red Sox game.
Justin J. Pearson (2013) had a Resolution given to him in the Tennessee State Senate by State Senator Lee Harris for the summer enrichment program and Courtney Thurston (2015) has been named as a Goldwater Scholar.
Kate Sullivan (1994), Kristina Ellis (2005), Derrius Quarles (2009) and Sunny Sandhu (2016) made up an exclusively Scholar panel that discussed scholarships at the 2018 Scholly Summit in Chicago. Christopher Gray (2010 Scholar and founder of Scholly) put this event on and invited them to speak. Chance the Rapper and Jessie Williams were also in attendance. And more scholars connected across the country!
Manaal Ali (2016) named 2018 Peace Scholar, Kate Weslar (2010) joins Broadway National Tour in Chicago, Mayor Michael Tubbs (2008) appears on CBS This Morning, and Daron Roberts (1997) article appears in Fortune Magazine.