Forbes honored 5 Coca-Cola Scholars as the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators, and game changers in the country as part of their 30 Under 30 List.
Seth Shelden (1994) is working to abolish nuclear weapons, and Jolene Loetscher (1997) is collaborating with leaders from across the country through the lens of presidential experiences.
Coke Scholars in D.C. attended the AAPD Leadership Awards Gala as guests of The Coca-Cola Company, and undergraduate Scholars got together for pizza and coke at Washington University in St. Louis and in Colorado.
“The smiling faces of 400+ Scholars, each individual filled with the intangible elements of optimism, positivity, and responsibility, saturate the ambiance…The atmosphere was electric, like a lightning bolt creating sparks in a concentrated area.
Tyler Zangaglia (2018) has been named a Dear Future Community Challenge changemaking winner for Portland, and Sue Suh (1992 & CCSF board member) has been named TIME’s new Chief People Officer.
Scholars got together in St. Louis and were also invited to two Washington, DC, events by The Coca-Cola Company.
Coca-Cola Scholars are connected not only by a college scholarship, but also a shared desire to improve the world. Together, they make it happen, and the Coca-Cola Scholars Alumni Advisory Board (AAB) was created to help.