The SIP, short for The Coke Scholars Ignite Podcast, shares a taste of the Coke Scholars around the world who are igniting positive change.
Coca-Cola Scholars uplift others. The SIP shares the stories of Coke Scholars who are solving real-world problems and making the world a better place to energize, inspire, and connect listeners.
Get to know the hosts of our first season.
Justin J. Pearson (2013) - Special Assistant to the CEO of Year Up
Albert Lawrence (2003) - TV Host & Media Entrepreneur
Daron K. Roberts (1997) - Founding Director of the Center for Sports Leadership & Innovation (CSLi) at the University of Texas
Jolene Loetscher (1997) - Entrepreneur, Advocate, and Community Builder
Meet the game changers we're learning from.
Juliana Tafur (2003) - Documentarian and Founder of Orkidea Films
Shaan Patel (2007) - Founder of Prep Expert
David Akinin (2008) - Founder of Atenu Developments and Emanya Capital Group
Sarah Turnbull (1996) - Photographer, EMT, and Rare Disease Advocate
Isabella Madrigal (2020) - Co-founder of the Native Storytelling Project
Madi Pfaff Edgar (2013) - Founder and CEO of With Madi Co.
Read more about Coca-Cola Scholars who are leading positive change in their communities and around the world.
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Become a Coca-Cola Scholar
A new class of 150 Coca-Cola Scholars is selected from high school seniors across the country each year. These students are driving positive change in their communities and are celebrated and empowered by a $20,000 college scholarship and a lifelong family of fellow change-makers.