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Comcast NBCUniversal Awards Scholarships to 88 Washington State High School Seniors

Leaders and Achievers 2016

Here are the 2016-17 scholarship winners who were able to join us June 2 for a reception at the governor’s mansion in Olympia. Click on the photo for a link to more photos of the big day.

Leaders and Achievers® Scholarship Program Recognizes Students’ Achievements Both in and Out of the Classroom

Comcast NBCUniversal is awarding a total of $88,000 in in scholarships for the 2016-17 school year to 88 Washington students as part of its annual Leaders and Achievers® Scholarship Program.  The program, funded by the Comcast Foundation, is a one-time, $1,000 scholarship awarded to the best and brightest high school seniors for their community service, academic performance and leadership skills.  Since 2001, more than $25 million has been awarded to nearly 25,000 high school seniors across the country as part of the Leaders and Achievers Program.

Our Leaders and Achievers Scholarship winners exemplify leadership and are committed to academic excellence and community service. We are honored to recognize their achievements, and excited to support them as they continue their educational journeys.

Comcast honored these youth at a June 2 ceremony at the governor’s mansion in Olympia.

Here is a list of the winners, all of them outstanding examples of current and future leadership. They are listed by city.

Aberdeen

Teresa M. Schulz, Ocosta Junior-Senior High

Auburn

Celeste Harms, Auburn Mountainview High School

Juanita Ortiz, Auburn Muckleshoot Tribal School

Bellevue

Sarah B, Powazek,Issaquah High School

Bellingham

Henry S. Han, Sehome High School

Kayla L. Holmes, Squalicum High School

Hannah N. Gookstetter, Meridian High School

Briana K. Nolasco, Bellingham High School

Blaine

Chloe K. Foster, Blaine High School

Bothell

Tara N. Mihailovic, Inglemoor High School

Hannah E. Wilson, Bothell High School

Buckley

Kelsey Williams, White River High School

Chehalis

Hannah L. Cummings, W.F.West High School

Cheney

Tristan A. Moxley, Lewis And Clark High School

Coupeville

Makana A. Stone, Coupeville High School

Eatonville

Julianne M. Golding, Eatonville High School

Edgewood

Abigail E. Welch, Covenant High School

Enumclaw

Grace Sales, Enumclaw High School

Everett

Sophia C. Maggio,Everett High School

Matthew P. Straughn, Cascade High School

Federal Way

Joohee Choi, Decatur High School

Andrea Diep, Federal Way High School

Jenna L. Fowlow, Christian Faith School

Ferndale

Elaine Morado, Ferndale High School

Gig Harbor

Morgan C. Blalock, Peninsula High School

Joseph W. Hayes, Gig Harbor High School

Granite Falls

Jeremy R. Miller, Granite Falls High School

Kent

Victor Sharma, Thomas Jefferson High School

Kirkland

Izabel S. Jo, Juanita High School

Lacey

Allie M. De La Cruz, Tumwater High School

Lake Tapps

Skylar R. Miller, Sumner Senior High School

Lakewood

Rosalie I. Monkono, Clover Park High School

Samantha C. Bradley, Bellarmine Preparatory

Lynden

Mckenzie L. Oliver, Lynden High School

Reghan S. Thomas, Lynden Christian High School

Lynnwood

Jacey C. Anderson, Lynnwood High School

Caitlin C. Yanos, Edmonds-Woodway High School

Marysville

Peter T. Condyles, Lake Stevens High School

Emily E. VanDam, Grace Academy

Milton

Ali M. Raetz, Fife High School

Monroe

Ian S. Good, Glacier Peak High School

Jessica L. Idle, Monroe High School

Montesano

Kasie A. Kloempken, Montesano Junior-Senior High

Mount Vernon

Blake W. Browning, Burlington-Edison High

Peri A. Kirkpatrick, Mount Vernon High School

Justin J, Spinnie, Sedro-Woolley High

Mukilteo

Georgina C. Cromwell, Kamiak High School

Lumarsita Urquiaga, Sno-Isle Skills Tech Center

Oak Harbor

Michael J. Uttmark, Oak Harbor High School

Olympia

Wyatt P. Couey, North Thurston High School

Ashley C. Eibert, Timberline High School

Mehar Nallamalli, Capital High School

Orting

Erik M. Jacobson, Orting Senior High School

Puyallup

Eunil Lim, Emerald Ridge High School

Thida Tea, Graham-Kapowsin High School

Raymond

Josue Quintana, Raymond Jr/Sr High

Redmond

John Reilly, Eastside Catholic High

Renton

Issabelle M. Hayden, Liberty High School

Mariko T. Yorita, Renton High School

Rochester

Natalie S. Sanchez, Rochester High School

Seabeck

Alex N. Becker, Klahowya Secondary School

Seattle

Hana Arega, West Seattle High School

Anna F. Baden, Ingraham High School

Abigail R. Eades, Raisbeck Aviation High School

Maeve N. Gallagher, Ballard High School

Sophia D. Looney, Holy Names Academy

Jake O. Rodriguez, Franklin High School

Shelton

Kendru Dimalanta, Northwest Christian High School

Shoreline

Braydon T. Southerland, Shorecrest High School

Snohomish

Alexander D. Peterson, Cedar Park Christian Schools

Hannah L. Snow, Snohomish High School

Spanaway

Alyssa N. Drinkwine, Tacoma Baptist School

Kaylee L. Fish, Bethel High School

Megan E. Rowleu, Spanaway Lake High School

Spokane

Amanda L. Baldwin, Governor John R. Rogers High School

Alyx M. Diacogiannis, On Track Academy

Kylee R. Dickinson, University High School

Gina D. Fiorillo, North Central High School

Jeffrey R. Styborski, West Valley High School

Stanwood

Katie M. Costley, Highland Christian School formerly Master’s Touch Christian School

Morgan Lynn Shimkus, Lakewood High School

Tacoma

Cyrus E. Maxon, Wilson High School

Courtney D. Rainer, Tacoma School District

Lexis Withers, Lincoln High School

Faviola E. Colmenares, Washington High School

Diana A. Vedenova, Curtis Senior High School

Tumwater

Callie F. Bianco, A.G. West Black Hills High School

Veradale

Jaimie L. Woodland, Central Valley High School

The Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program provides scholarships to students who strive to achieve their full potential, who are catalysts for positive change in their communities, who are involved in their schools, and who serve as models for their fellow students. The philosophy behind the program is to give young people every opportunity to prepare for the future and to engage them in their communities. The program also demonstrates the importance of civic involvement, and the value placed on civic involvement by the business community.

To learn more, please visit the Comcast Leaders and Achievers Facebook page.

 

Diana A. Vedenova, Curtis Senior High School

Tumwater

Callie F. Bianco, A.G. West Black Hills High School

Veradale

Jaimie L. Woodland, Central Valley High School

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Community relations director, Comcast in Washington State.
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