Alumni Accolades April 2016

Roberta Capp

Roberta Capp (1999) won the Vilcek Prize for Creative Promise in Biomedical Science. Watch a video about her here!

As summarized by the Vilcek Foundation, Roberta found that, largely due to systemic barriers to primary care, many patients on Medicaid often depend on emergency departments for non-urgent conditions. To address the issue, Roberta conducted a trial program with patient navigators, trained professionals who work closely with patients to help them obtain timely primary care from diagnosis to follow-up. The trial showed that such services made a significant dent in emergency-department use and hospital admissions. Roberta is working with Medicaid officials in Colorado to improve health care access and delivery for underserved communities. Her work has implications for making health care accessible, affordable, and patient-centered. Roberta is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and she was born in São Paulo, Brazil.

The Vilcek Foundation awards the Vilcek Prizes annually to immigrants who have made lasting contributions to American society through their extraordinary achievements in biomedical research and the arts and humanities. Two prizes are awarded, one in biomedical research and one in the arts and humanities, in a field designated by the Foundation. They are currently accepting applications for 2017 Vilcek prizes. Learn more and apply.

Joelle Murchison

Joelle Murchison (1991) has been named Associate Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at University of Connecticut. She begins her new role on July 5.

Merry Willis

Merry Willis (2000) was offered a Fulbright Distinctive Awards in Teaching grant to New Zealand! She will leave this fall and be there for a year studying how technology impacts learning.

LaToya Franklyn

LaToya Franklyn (2003) authored College As Reality, a step-by-step guide through the college and scholarship application process. The book documents her own experience with the process and gives the reader an intimate view into her life growing up as a Trinidadian immigrant in Brooklyn, New York.

Alumni Accolades March 2016

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Ari Krasner (2014) co-created the website We Give Two, a charitable cash giveaway that was featured in the Washington Post, and highlighted CCSF as one of their charities of the day!

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The University of North Carolina Press recently published Crystal Sanders’s (2001) book, A Chance for Change: Head Start and Mississippi’s Black Freedom Struggle, in its John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture. A Chance for Change examines how working-class black women transformed a federal early childhood education program into an opportunity to challenge Mississippi’s closed political system and white supremacist ideology.  Sanders is an assistant professor of history and African American Studies at Pennsylvania State University.

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Leila Janah (2000) was featured on the cover of Conscious Company magazine. Read the article, Combating Extreme Poverty Through the Power of Dignified Work.

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Did you watch the Oscars?  If you did, you may have seen Albert Lawrence (2003) hosting part of the “On the Red Carpet” pre-show on ABC.

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You may have also seen Christopher Gray (2010) featured in this Cadillac commercial that aired during the event!

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Aaron Chadbourne (2002) joined us as a member of the Regional Interview Committee in February and wrote a piece about his experience in Medium. “I was selected as a Coca-Cola Scholar back in high school. Since that time, the Coca-Cola Company and the many Coke Scholars I have developed relationships with have made a profound impact on me. Becoming a Scholar is about much more than the money for college — which is helpful — but it’s also about becoming part of a connected community of leaders driven to change the world for the better,” Aaron wrote.

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2400 Expert, SAT prep company owned by Shaan Patel (2007), will get a name change. New business partner Mark Cuban announced the change in this video.

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Tava Kitchen, co-founded by Jason Pate (2005) was named one of 10 cutting edge restaurant concepts poised to influence the industry in a big way by Nation’s Restaurant News.

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Ahmad Shawwal (2015) was voted President of his class at UVA for the second year in a row.

Justin Pearson (2013) at Bowdoin College and Dana Sweeney (2013) at the University of Alabama have won a Princeton Policy Fellowship and will be attending Princeton University’s Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute at the Woodrow Wilson School this summer. The program’s mission is to help students from underrepresented groups acquire a graduate degree, typically in public policy, public administration or international affairs. The program provides a $5,000 scholarship to its participants if they end up attending one of 30 top public policy graduate programs.

Zephanii Smith (2008), Associate Consultant, California Legislature Joint Committee on Legislative Audit, has been named a 2016 New Leaders Council Fellow for the Sacramento Chapter.

Alumni Connections March 2016

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Lisa Sobajian and Joey Hurlocker, 2015 Scholars at Stanford who met during their Scholars Weekend, are leading a book drive for high schools in need in the Palo Alto area. Stanford’s freshman book program requires all students to read 3 books selected by the University’s President over the summer before their freshman year. Lisa explained, “It’s a great program and I thought it would be fantastic to share the program with high schools in need.”

Having attended a public school in Los Angeles, Lisa knew many teachers find it difficult to obtain new sets of books for a classroom of 40 students, let alone enough books to teach 2 to 3 classes of students. She contacted Joey, and they asked fellow freshmen to donate their books to schools in need. They were able to collect over 600 lightly used books, and plan to do it again next year!

Lisa and Joey consider this a wonderful accomplishment because their project has never been done at Stanford. The books will be donated to 5 large urban high schools in California and many smaller high schools. “Coca-Cola Scholars are change makers!! I am proud to be a member of this select group,” Lisa said.

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This February in Northern California, Coca-Cola celebrated their 6th year of community engagement during the most important and largest Chinese American cultural celebration, the Lunar New Year ~ The Year of the Fire Monkey. The 15-day celebration culminated with the annual Chinese New Year street festival and night parade with an estimated 1 million spectators on the streets of San Francisco.

The beloved Polar Bear was featured on the “Coke Float” along with members of our Northern California Asian Business Resource Group, our customers and 9 local Coke Scholars. Scholars who attended included Carrie Schroeder (1989), Jackie Welch (1990),  Karen Cruden (1995), Madison Rezaei (2008), Julia Qiu (2008), Kylan Nieh (2010), Sarah Williams (2011), Maricarmen Hernandez (2013), and Abhishek Mangla (2015). Thank you to Dora Wong from The Coca-Cola Company for inviting our Scholars!

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Jamie Lathan (1996 Scholar and a Dean at The North Carolina School of Science and Math), Hager Rand (President, Durham Coca-Cola Bottling Company), and Jean McGuire (Durham Coca-Cola) welcomed 2016 Scholars Tejal Patwardhan and Jalen McGee to the Coca-Cola Scholars family.

Pictured left to right: Ms. Patwardhan (Tejal’s mom), Gina Burger (Tejal’s school counselor), Hager Rand, Tejal Patwardhan (2016), Jamie Lathan (1996), Jean McGuire, Elizabeth Peeples (one of Tejal’s humanities teachers), and Todd Roberts (the Chancellor of NCSSM).

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Coca-Cola Scholars joined Kirk Glaze (Public Affairs Director, The Coca-Cola Company) at the American Indian College Fund 2016 Flame of Hope Gala in New York City!

Pictured left to right: Elizabeth Del Cid (2001), her husband John Mancebo, Celeste Campbell, Kyle Baldwin (2008), Cynthia Lindquist, Kirk Glaze (The Coca-Cola Company), Vira Tarnavska, Manraj Singh (2012), Judy Hou (2012), and her guest Maggie Thompson.

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Our staff enjoyed a visit from Derreck Kayongo, the new CEO of the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta. Derreck spoke at our 2013 Leadership Summit and will be speaking to our 2016 Coca-Cola Scholars when they come to Atlanta for their Scholars Weekend in a few weeks.

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Antonio McBroom (2004) came by our office with his colleague Mike Horton to share some ice cream! Antonio owns a Ben & Jerry’s franchise and brought us 3 new Ben & Jerry’s flavors to try.

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Abby Martin (2007) joined us for lunch while in Atlanta for work.

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Pat Blute (2008) also visited our office while in Atlanta for work.

Alumni Accolades 2016 February

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Shaan Patel (2007) appeared on Shark Tank and entered a partnership with Mark Cuban: $250,000 in exchange for a 20% stake in his SAT prep company, 2400 Expert! Watch the full episode, where he is the last entrepreneur to appear, here, or see just his introduction hereHis experience was written about in Forbes magazine, and he wrote How I predicted that Mark Cuban would be my Business Partner on his SAT prep company’s website.

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Grace O’Brien (2015), Founder of nonprofit Ears for Years, was featured in USA Today and interviewed about her goals for her organization.

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Christopher Gray (2010) was named among the top 100 most powerful entrepreneurs under the age of 25 by Richtopia last month and was invited by Forbes and Nasdaq to ring the NASDAQ Opening Bell alongside a few other Forbes 30 Under 30 standouts.

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Michael Tubbs (2008), City Councilman in Stockton, CA, visited his alma mater, Stanford, as a speaker for the Entrepreneurial Thought Leader (ETL) Series in late January. The ETL Series is a production put on weekly by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) and places Michael among such speakers as Melinda Gates and John Hennessey. He has a great group of Stanford Scholars and alumni in attendance cheering him on! You can watch his talk here.

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Marvin Carr (2005), the White House Policy Advisor to the United States Chief Technology Officer, was listed among 28 honorees for NBCBLK which honors 28 of the nation’s most talented innovators and game changers 28-years-old and younger. Honorees were selected as industry and community leaders who are constantly striving to break barriers and defy stereotypes, redefining what it means to be Black in America today.

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Cindy Rajkumar (2015) was selected for the Clinton Global Initiative University Conference at the University of California, Berkeley from April 1-3 for her efforts of expanding her nonprofit organization, which targets vulnerable students for advanced education opportunities in the Miami-Dade area. Cindy was also selected to represent Florida for the American Medical Student Association Annual Conference in Washington, DC, for her innovative cancer research project regarding targeted viral injections and inflated tumor suppressors at Jackson Hospital.

Daron Roberts

Daron Roberts (1997), former NFL Defensive Coach and now head of the Center for Sports Leadership and Innovation at UT Austin, wrote 3 Business Lessons from Legendary Super Bowl Coaches for Fortune magazine.

Alumni Connections February 2016

Many thanks to the 17 alumni who interviewed Regional Finalists with our staff as part of the Regional Interview Committee and the over 45 alumni who visited with us in Los Angeles, Dallas, DC, New York, Philadelphia, and Atlanta. We love connecting with Scholars wherever we go!

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The Atlanta Regional Interview Committee Skyped with Regional Finalists from all over the country in teams of 3, and also was able to interview some local Regional Finalists in Atlanta. Pictured top left to bottom right: Mark Davis (CCSF), JJ Jaxon (1994), Jamie Williams (CCSF), Josh McNair (2002), Samuel Wakefield (2001), Deborah Stine (1991), Darien Dabney (2005), Patti Ross (Former CCSF), Nakeshia Randall (2004), Monique Kumar (2000), Ryan Rodriguez (Former CCSF), LaQuanda Prince (CCSF), Jane Hale Hopkins (CCSF), and Jaime Broadhead Levins (2002).

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Sandra Lee (1993), Jane Hale Hopkins (CCSF), and Jaclyn McKinstry (2000) hosted interviews in New York City at The Coca-Cola Company headquarters.

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While in New York, several alumni were able to come together for dinner.

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In Washington, DC, Scholar alumni met up for dinner after the first day of interviews. Regional Interview Committee members Rosita Najmi (2000), Ericia Ward-Williams (CCSF), and Aaron Chadbourne (2002) are included in the picture above.

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While in town in Washington, DC, Christie Thompson (1990) and her husband met Ericia Ward-Williams (CCSF) for dinner.

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Tim McCallum (1991), Carolyn Norton (CCSF), and Jaselyn Williams (1999) interviewed Regional Finalists in Dallas, TX.

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Amy Pyle (2013) and Richmond Dewan (2014) helped out during the interviews in Dallas, walking Regional Finalists to and from the interview room and making them feel comfortable.

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A large group of Scholar alumni were able to get together for dinner in Dallas!

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The group was later joined by Molly Michaels (2011)…

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…and Stephen Gilstrap (2004)!

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On another night in Dallas, a nice group of 1991 Scholar alumni met up, too!

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In Philadelphia, Lauren O’Brien (CCSF), Jamie Williams (CCSF), and Frank Shultz (1999) interviewed Regional Finalists in the Accenture office with the help of Pamit Surana (1989).

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The night before interviews began, several Scholars and alumni met for dinner in Philadelphia.

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J. Mark Davis (CCSF), LaToya Franklyn (2003), and Trent Bigelow (2004) interviewed Regional Finalists in Rosemead, CA, at the Don Basco Technical Institute.

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Mark got together for dinner with alumni in Los Angeles not just one night…

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…not just 2 nights (Josh Miller (2005) and Lena Benson (2002))…

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…not just 3 nights (Albert Lawrence (2003) and David Buckholtz (1993))…

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…but 4! Mark and Krystal Kappeler (2009) celebrated her new job as a Market Development Manager at The Coca-Cola Company in Irvine, CA!

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Many of the CCSF staff members and several local Scholar alumni enjoyed a night out to see our first CineConcert, an experience where a live symphony orchestra plays the score to iconic movies, thanks to Brady Beaubien (1997), a CineConcert co-founder. The show was called Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, where the live orchestra played while the most iconic Star Trek film and TV footage beamed in high definition to a 40-foot wide screen. It was an amazing experience!

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We enjoyed a fun visit with Kim Rash (1990), who brought some special birthday gifts for J. Mark Davis – origami bow ties to wear and to hang on his wall!

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Angela Harrell (1991) met Markita Morris-Louis (1994) at a work event in New York City. They realized they were both Coke Scholars after they were offered a competitor’s product and both refused, stating they drink only Coca-Cola products!

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Christopher Gray and Bryson Alef (2010 Coke Scholars and co-founders of Scholly) enjoyed being part of the Forbes 30 Under 30 event in NYC last month. Christopher was one of the 30 Under 30 honorees!

Samorn and Dhrooti

Dhrooti Vyas (2010) met up with Samorn Selim (2000) in San Francisco to discuss Dhrooti’s startup ideas. They initially met last November at the University of Chicago Career Mentorship Panel, where Samorn served as a panelist.

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We enjoyed lunch and getting to reconnect with Natosha Reid Rice (1989) when she came to by for a visit. Natosha is an Associate General Counsel at Habitat for Humanity International in Atlanta.

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We loved getting a visit from Helen Clark (2011) and her friend Joe Davies who were in Atlanta for 2009 Scholar Katie Comer’s wedding!

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Zak Marcone and Sreya Atluri (both 2015 Scholars) found themselves on the same committee at McMUN (McGill’s Model United Nations conference)!

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Pat Blute (2008) met up with Christopher Gray (2010) at the Ted Talks in Vancouver last week.

Carrie and Saad Amer

Carrie Regan (1989) met up with Saad Amer (2012) for coffee and career advice in Cambridge, MA.

Alumni Accolades December 2015 & January 2016

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Christopher Gray (2010), Vicky Wu (2005), and Katherine Jin (2012) have been named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List! Christopher, Co-founder of Scholly, a scholarship search app, is in the Social Entrepreneurs category, and Vicky, Global Partnerships Manager for Anheuser-Busch InBev, is in the Retail and E-Commerce category. Katherine, Co-founder of Kinnos, was in the Healthcare category for creating a product that protects heathcare workers from infectious disease.

Vivek Ramaswamy (2003) was a judge in the Healthcare field. An alum of Forbes 30 Under 30, he founded Roivant Sciences and pulled off one of the biggest IPOs in biotech history with Alzheimer’s startup Axovant.

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Shaan Patel (2007) will be appearing on ABC’s Shark Tank on Friday, January 29. As 7 million viewers watch, Patel will be pitching a panel of multimillionaires for an investment in his educational test-prep company, 2400 Expert.

UPDATE: He did it! Shaan made a deal with Mark Cuban, trading a 20% stake in his company for a $250,000 investment! Watch the full episode here – Shaan is the last entrepreneur to appear in the episode.

Patel started the company after he improved his own SAT score from average to a perfect 2400 in high school (a feat achieved by only 0.02% of all students), and wanted to teach other students how to improve their scores. 2400 Expert is a test preparation company that offers 6-week SAT & ACT prep courses in 20 cities and online.

2400 Expert offers 100 strategies developed by a perfect score SAT student, double the course hours at half the price with top instructors, and most importantly an industry-leading average SAT score improvement of 368 points. Many of its students have received admission into Ivy League schools, won millions in college scholarships, and some have even gotten perfect SAT scores themselves!

To celebrate airing on Shark Tank, 2400 Expert is giving away $100,000 in SAT prep courses & streamed an online viewing party! Details are available here.

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Kai Kight (2010), who performed at last year’s Scholar Banquet, released his debut album, Renegade.

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Jack Andraka’s (2015) book ‪Breakthrough: How One Teen Innovator is Changing the World was named to the American Library Association’s Rainbow List.

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Kelsey Tainsh (2008) is featured in the December issue of Speaker Magazine. Read the full article, “Being Kelsey,” here.

Alumni Connections December 2015 & January 2016

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After an invitation from Jolene Loetscher (1997) and her husband Nate, TJ Abrams (2001) traveled to South Dakota to speak to the Advertising Federation about the race to 2020 and how global brands can prepare for the future. TJ discussed brand management and his experiences as Global Brand Director for Holiday Inn at InterContinental Hotels Group.

Jason Howard and John TangJason Howard (1995) attended The National Black Caucus of State Legislators Youth Congress Day Luncheon on December 2 as a guest of The Coca-Cola Company. Many thanks to John Tang (Public Affairs Manager, The Coca-Cola Company) for giving our alumni this opportunity!

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Several Scholar alumni came to visit us for the holidays and many brought their kids! Alumni pictured above: Paul Serrato (2015), Grant Means (2012), Torarie Durden (1994), Jany Brown (1992), Alice Park (1999), and Lesley Wainwright (1994).

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Crystal Williams (2003) stopped by, too!

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Anmol Tabassum (2014) visited The Coca-Cola Company headquarters while in town for a conference and took a photo with Mark Davis and Jamie Williams from our staff.

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Christina Marshall (2001) came to see us when visiting from Chicago.

Bonnie Lei (2011) is studying in Myanmar where she met up with Patti Ross (former VP of CCSF) while she was on vacation there last week!

Alumni Accolades November 2015

Kelsey Tainsh

Kelsey Tainsh (2008) was featured in BYOU Magazine in their “Girls Making A Difference” section. In December she will also be featured in the National Speaker’s Association Speaker Magazine as one of their youngest professional members. Read the article here.

Nicholas Cobb

Nicholas Cobb (2014) was featured on University of Texas – Austin’s website. He was interviewed about his nonprofit Comfort and Joy and recounted his recent trip to the 2015 Nickelodeon HALO Awards. Read the article here.

Kavita Shukla and FreshPaper

FreshPaper, invented by Fenugreen Founder/CEO Kavita Shukla (2002), was featured in Upworthy.

Alumni Connections November 2015

2015 AAB Retreat Group PhotoThe Alumni Advisory Board held their annual working retreat outside of Atlanta on November 13 and 14. The group welcomed new members, reflected on their work from 2015, and planned new alumni engagement activities for 2016. The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Alumni Advisory Board was formed in 2006 by alumni Scholars to help support the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation’s mission and goals. Learn more about the members of the AAB.

2015 Google Event Group Photo

Close to 40 Scholar alumni attended a special networking and professional development event at Google headquarters outside of San Francisco last week where a trained Google facilitator led them in a session on “Mindfulness”.

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Over 50 Coca-Cola Scholars and alumni came to a reception at Sony Pictures Entertainment in Los Angeles last week arranged by David Buckholtz (1993) and Josh Miller (2005), who both work at Sony. The reception featured catering by Wolfgang Puck, and early guests enjoyed a tour of Sony studios!

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Coke Scholars Karina Plascencia (2010) and Eric Beeler (2012) attended the National Council of Negro Women 14th Annual Uncommon Height Gala in Washington, DC thanks to an invitation from The Coca-Cola Company! Pictured from the left: Jon Thompson, Linda Brigham (Senior Manager, Public Affairs and Communications, The Coca-Cola Company), Karina Plascencia (2010), Clyde Tuggle (SVP, Chief Public Affairs & Communications Officer, The Coca-Cola Company), Eric Beeler (2012), and Eric’s guest.

La Mama Gala

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Joseph English (2013), Nisha Desai (2004) and Nina Chandra (2006) were invited to attend the La Mama Theater Gala on Nov. 2 in New York by Donna Cirolia at The Coca-Cola Company. They got to meet Sarah Jessica Parker, who hosted the festive event!

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Rocio Ortega (2012), Jessica Zhao (2014) and Sarah Perkins (2007) enjoyed the opportunity to attend the International Women’s Forum Gala in New York and meet Wanda Rodwell, Director of Communications at The Coca-Cola Company, pictured here with them.

Shravani Mikkilineni and Jennifer Paxton

Jennifer Paxton wrote to tell us that a fellow 2008 Coke Scholar from Michigan, Shravani Mikkilineni, is her classmate in the MBA program at The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, and sent us this picture of them with some classmates. “I am still so very thankful for the relationships that Coke brought into my life,” said Jennifer.

Pat Blute

Pat Blute (2008) made time to visit our office for lunch.

Joe Semsar

Joe Semsar (2005) stopped by our office while traveling to the Atlanta for business.

Hilary Corna

Hilary Corna (2003) came to see us while in town for a conference.

Christopher GrayChristopher Gray (2010) stopped by our office before meeting with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and brought Scholly hats!

Alumni Accolades October 2015

Katori Hall

Award-winning playwright Katori Hall (1999) is now directing a short film! She will make her directing debut when “Arkabutla” is released in early 2016.

J. Justin Pasquariello

Justin Pasquariello (1997), Executive Director, Children’s HealthWatch in Boston was honored as one of Ten Outstanding Young Leaders for the Boston Chamber of Commerce at their awards banquet in September.