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.
Sejal Hathi (2009) and Kavita Shukla (2002) won the same Mothers of Invention award for their inventions “Girltank” (Sejal) and “Fresh Paper” (Kavita) from Newsweek and Toyota. They met in person for the first time at the Women in the World Summit, where they received their awards. They had no idea they were both scholars! Both…
One of our brilliant Coke Scholars Christopher J. Gray (2010) created the Scholly scholarship search app. It is already ranked as one of the top apps – #4 in Education. If you are interested download this app and spread the word.
Kaitlyn Chana, Laura Brown and Lauren Kuhn (all 2009 Scholars, in photo on right), close friends since their Coke Scholars Weekend four years ago, met up for a reunion in New York City recently.
Nilusha S. Jayasinghe and Derrius Quarles (both 2009 Scholars and good friends) spent their spring break in Seoul, South Korea on a scholarship they both received called the CIEE South Korea Scholarship Program! While there, they realized that Celia Zhang a 2009 Coca-Cola Scholar attending Harvard was also in their group.