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.
Sophie Wix (2014) won a Fulbright Award and will do cancer research at Cambridge Institute in the UK. “I would not have applied for the Fulbright had it not been for my fellow Coke Scholars motivating me to apply,” said Sophie.
Coke Scholars and alumni connected at receptions in Washington, DC, and New York, NY.
Houston Coke Scholars rolled up their sleeves to help repair the damage done by Hurricane Harvey and welcomed a visit from the Houston Mayor, who proclaimed May 19 Coke Scholars Day.
Ben Kaplan’s (1995) company, PR Hacker, was named as the #1 agency in the world for Corporate Social Responsibility Marketing, and Samuel Alemayehu (2004) was selected to join the Young Global Leaders Class of 2018.
Coca-Cola Scholars supported the STEM Advantage scholarship in Los Angeles and Pamit Surana (1989) hosted a walking tour of New York City for local Scholars as part of the #CokeScholarsPro even series.