The Alumni Advisory Board (AAB) supports the Foundation’s mission and goals, and in October, they welcomed new members Ashley Chang (2006), Dr. Philip McAdoo (1991), and Jacqueline Roman (2015) at their annual retreat, and also welcomed back Micaela Connery (2004).
Heather Tell (1992) and Angela Orange (1998) were both elected to the Georgia School Board Association, and Derrius Quarles (2009) was accepted into the newest class of TED residents.
Wesli Jones (2012) – producer at CNN, cancer survivor, and voice of the #CocaColaRenew campaign – came by CCSF to say hello, and The Coca-Cola Company invited our New York Scholars to the National Forest Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Dinner.
Whether she’s building an app to register viral and bacterial genetic codes, empowering youth through FLASTEM, or getting hospital patients to the ER, it’s all about helping others.
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Four Scholars were named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 List and Camille Borders was named a Rhodes Scholar.
Sam had a hard time finding help to go to college, so he co-founded Peerlift, transforming access to opportunities for high school students across the United States.
These 1,936 students were selected from over 90,000 applicants to continue through our selection process with the opportunity of becoming a Coke Scholar.