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May 2022 Accolades

Diana Chao (2016) and Sreeya Pittala (2022) were selected for MTV’s first-ever MTV Youth Action Forum and 18 Coke Scholars were selected as Presidential Scholars.

April 2022 Accolades

Bosco Kante (1989) founded a nonprofit organization, Black Music Incubator, and Kiera Peltz’s (2012) company, The Coding School, has received a $3 million grant to train the next generation of AI leaders and educators.

April 2022 Connections

Zoom meet-ups, Virtual #CokeScholarsPro classes, and Podcasts

February 2022 Accolades

Crystal Moore (2003) was selected to be part of the 2022 Class of Presidential Leadership Scholars, Christopher Benos (2014) has been named a Schwarzman Scholar, and Neha Seshadri (2018) was on Jeopardy!

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January 2022 Accolades

Tina Hoang-To (2001) launched a new venture firm, Kin Ventures, and was featured in Business Insider.

January 2022 Connections

Fez Zafar visited CCSF board chair Kirk Tyler at the Atlantic Coca-Cola Bottling plant. Scholars met up at University of Oxford and UPenn and in Austin and Atlanta.

5 Coke Scholars Named Brightest Young Entrepreneurs, Leaders, and Stars in Forbes 30 Under 30 List

Learn how they’re positively impacting the world as leaders in their field.

November 2021 Accolades

Michelle Wu (2003) was the first woman and Asian American to be elected Boston’s mayor, and Joel Bervell was featured on Good Morning America.