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.
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.
Thursday, September 27, 2018, Coke Scholars and alumni from the very first class in 1989 to the newly selected in 2018 traveled to Atlanta to connect, learn, and propel their collective desire to improve our world forward.
Nekia Hackworth Jones (1995) was chosen as one of Georgia’s Most Powerful and Influential Women, and Kate Sullivan (1994) hosts a new show where she interviews brilliant minds, 3 of whom are fellow Coke Scholars.
Undergrad Coke Scholars got together for pizza and Cokes at USC (pictured) and Princeton and over 80 Scholars and alumni came to our reception in Boston.
As we begin the third year of Coke Scholar Coaching, coaches were trained in Atlanta and San Diego, and Pamit Surana (1989) and Kiera Peltz (2012) met up during his recent trip to LA.