November 2018 Accolades

Tyler Zangaglia (2018) has been named a Dear Future Community Challenge changemaking winner for Portland! Earlier this year, The Coca-Cola Co. USA invited 18 to 24-year-olds across the U.S. to submit their best ideas to strengthen their communities in the “Dear Future Community” Challenge. The company has announced 17 finalists from across the country who will have their ideas turned into reality, and Tyler is the finalist for Portland. He will be partnered with community experts and supported with funding from The Coca-Cola Co. USA to help make his vision a reality - creating the ActEd Program with the goal of empowering the next generation of community leaders by building their skills and creativity, and connecting them to current city leaders.

Tyler Zangaglia (2018) has been named a Dear Future Community Challenge changemaking winner for Portland! Earlier this year, The Coca-Cola Co. USA invited 18 to 24-year-olds across the U.S. to submit their best ideas to strengthen their communities in the “Dear Future Community” Challenge. The company has announced 17 finalists from across the country who will have their ideas turned into reality, and Tyler is the finalist for Portland. He will be partnered with community experts and supported with funding from The Coca-Cola Co. USA to help make his vision a reality – creating the ActEd Program with the goal of empowering the next generation of community leaders by building their skills and creativity, and connecting them to current city leaders.

Sue Suh (1992) has been named TIME’s new Chief People Officer and will oversee recruiting and human resources. Sue currently serves on CCSF's Board of Directors and was the Rockefeller Foundation's Chief Talent Officer.

Sue Suh (1992) has been named TIME’s new Chief People Officer and will oversee recruiting and human resources. Sue currently serves on CCSF’s Board of Directors and was the Rockefeller Foundation’s Chief Talent Officer.

Kavita Shukla (2002) was honored at Variety's 'Power of Women' event in Los Angeles, alongside Natalie Portman, Tiffany Haddish, Lena Waithe, Regina King, and Emma Gonzalez. The annual event recognizes some of Hollywood’s most philanthropic women whose efforts have made a significant impact to their chosen charities and causes. Kavita, inventor of FreshPaper, founded a company called Fenugreen that has a new name - The FRESHGLOW Co.

Kavita Shukla (2002) was honored at Variety’s ‘Power of Women’ event in Los Angeles, alongside Natalie Portman, Tiffany Haddish, Lena Waithe, Regina King, and Emma Gonzalez. The annual event recognizes some of Hollywood’s most philanthropic women whose efforts have made a significant impact to their chosen charities and causes. Kavita, inventor of FreshPaper, founded a company called Fenugreen that has a new name – The FRESHGLOW Co.