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with purpose. with promise.


Special Thanks Bill Bamberger ’79  Kim Bryant  Noel Dunivant ’69 Leon Godwin  Nick Johnston ’96   Gay Todd Shackelford ’85 Tom Silk ’91   Jim Stratford


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From the Director Morehead-Cain Board of Trustees TOGETHER. What is a Morehead-Cain Partner? Partner Spotlight: Karen Stevenson ’79 Honor Roll of Giving Graduate and Professional School Donors Alumni Donors by Class Friends of the Program Morehead-Cain Staff Donors Morehead-Cain Trustee Donors Parents of Alumni and Scholars The Parents’ Perspective: Rhudelyn and John Rodrigo Corporation and Foundation Donors A Message from the Fund Board Chair Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors Partner Spotlight: Jessica Lin-Powers ’00 The Year in Review 2015–2016

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Partner Spotlight: Ibrez Bandukwala ’93 Young Alumni Spotlight Adam Jutha ’13 Megan Thomas ’14 Sasha Seymore ’15 The Morehead-Cain Selection Process Professional Readers Regional Selection Committee Central Selection Committee British Selection Process Canadian Selection Process New Nominating Schools Partner Spotlight: Gay Todd Shackelford ’85 The Summer Enrichment Program Partner Spotlight: Hugh Patterson ’60 The John Motley Morehead Society Family First: Carolyn Griffin Hall ’85 The Discovery Fund

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Partner Spotlight: Channing Mitzell ’16 #TakeoverTuesday Morehead-Cain Alumni Benefactors Scholar Impact at Carolina Senior Class Campaign Class of 2016 Class of 2017 Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Class of 2020 Morehead-Cain Staff Special Thanks

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from the director Dear Friends, TOGETHER, the Morehead-Cain community is entering an exciting new era. Seventy-one years ago, the Foundation set out on its mission to sustain and enhance the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. And for seven decades it has fulfilled this mission by identifying, investing in, and inspiring leaders who aspire to better themselves and their communities. But never before has the extended Morehead-Cain family been so instrumental in honoring this purpose. Current scholars are building upon the legacy of leadership established by those who came before them. This year, one scholar received a Marshall Scholarship, another earned a Churchill Scholarship, and a third was awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship. Two more Morehead-Cains joined the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars, an elite postgraduate scholarship based in China that is modeled on the Rhodes. This year’s senior class also held the chair of the Honor Court, the student attorney general, and the presidents of Phi Beta Kappa and the Order of the Grail-Valkyries. And a scholar also won the race for student body president; he is the sixth Morehead-Cain elected to the position within the past ten years. As scholars strived to better themselves, we worked to strengthen the Program around them. This summer we debuted a new summer enrichment experience: Civic Collaboration. This experience emphasized teamwork and community engagement, challenging scholars to work together to recognize the connections between their host cities’ economic, cultural, and political systems and to understand how people create change through them. Morehead-Cain Alumni appreciate the challenge of organizing a community to make an impact—they have encountered and overcome it many times. That spirit of purpose-driven collaboration is the driving force behind our TOGETHER Campaign. Throughout this book you will learn more about our effort to grow the Program and sustain, enhance, and expand its impact on Carolina—but I am happy to tell you that we are off to an incredible start. That is no surprise of course. Inspiration has always found itself at home within the Morehead-Cain community. Never has that been more obvious than during the seventh triennial Alumni Forum in October. Not only was it the best-attended Forum, but it may have been the most meaningful. Seven decades of Morehead-Cains shared intimate details about their successes, failures, and life experiences throughout the course of the weekend. Highlights begin on page 36. The year ended with one more milestone. On July 1, David Wright III ’80 became the first Morehead-Cain Alumnus to serve as chairman of the Foundation’s board of trustees. David replaced Lucy Hanes Chatham, who stepped down as chair but remained on the board. The Program is forever indebted to Lucy for her service. She oversaw the transition from the John Motley Morehead Foundation to the Morehead-Cain Foundation, and under her leadership the Program implemented many innovations and grew the number of scholars at Carolina by nearly a third. It has been a year of growth, innovation, and change. Yet we move forward—together—relying on the same core values that have guided this program for generations. And that truly is exciting. With regards,

Charles E. Lovelace, Jr. ’77 Executive Director 1


M orehead- C ain foundation Board of Trustees The Morehead-Cain Foundation was pleased to welcome David C. Wright III as chairman of its board of trustees on July 1. David served as the Morehead-Cain Foundation’s general counsel from 2009 to 2015 and is a partner with Robinson Bradshaw in Charlotte. His experience spans multiple industries and practice areas; he has handled cases in numerous state and federal courts, has represented three different governors and other cabinet officials in constitutional disputes, and for the past decade has been featured in Woodward-White, Inc., The Best Lawyers in America. David, a Morehead-Cain Scholar in the class of 1980, was elected a trustee in 2015. “I am honored to serve as chair,” David said. “As a scholar, the Program means a lot to me and I’m excited about continuing the great work of the Foundation and its unwavering commitment to invest in the University.” David will succeed Lucy Hanes Chatham, who is stepping down after ten years as chairman but will remain on the board of trustees. Lucy has served on the board since 1985 and as chairman since 2006. She was a member of the Morehead Central Selection Committee from 1978 to 1985. Her grandfather, John Lindsay Morehead II, was a founding trustee of the John Motley Morehead Foundation in 1945. Her father, Hugh G. Chatham, was a trustee and also served as chairman for 18 years. Lucy oversaw the Foundation’s transition from the John Motley Morehead Foundation to the Morehead-Cain Foundation. Under her leadership, the Morehead-Cain Foundation grew the total number of scholars at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 173 to 228 and implemented many innovations, including gap year grants for Morehead-Cain Scholars who wished to travel and work between high school and college; the Discovery Fund grant-proposal system, through which scholars can apply for funding to support additional educational experiences; new Summer Enrichment Program opportunities for scholars; and increased alumni engagement. “The Foundation grows stronger, year after year,” Lucy said. “It’s been an honor to be part of a program so dedicated to supporting young scholars and bettering the University.” During Lucy’s tenure, the Morehead-Cain Program has produced many campus leaders at the University, including five student body presidents, four student attorneys general, five chairmen of the Undergraduate Honor Court, and four Campus Y Co-Presidents. The Program also produced ten Rhodes Scholars, five Luce Scholars, and UNC’s first two Schwarzman Scholarship recipients.

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Mr. David C. Wright, III ’80, Chairman Charlotte, North Carolina

Mr. G. Kennedy Thompson ’73, Vice Chairman Charlotte, North Carolina

Mr. Timothy B. Burnett ’62 Greensboro, North Carolina

Ms. Lucy Hanes Chatham Roaring Gap, North Carolina

Mr. W. Frank Dowd IV ’78 Charlotte, North Carolina

Mr. John A. Larkin III San Antonio, Texas

Ms. Margaret W. Weaver Houston, Texas

Ms. Pearlynn G. Houck, General Counsel Charlotte, North Carolina

We offer our deepest gratitude to Holly Cluett Gwynne-Timothy, Morehead-Cain trustee since 2007, who retired from the board on March 5, 2016. She was succeeded by Frank Dowd ’78. Ms. A. Holly Cluett Gwynne-Timothy (retired March 5, 2016) Kingston, Ontario, Canada

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Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 and Keith Cowan ’78 announce the launch of the TOGETHER Campaign at the 2015 Morehead-Cain Alumni Forum


Morehead-Cain is home to the first merit scholarship program founded in the United

TOGETHER.

States. And for more than seventy years, we have aspired to provide an undergraduate experience without equal.

Simply put, our mission is to sustain and enhance the excellence of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We invest in young leaders, creators, and thinkers determined to make a profound impact on the world, and we give them the support and encouragement they need to set free their potential.

We now have an opportunity to make Morehead-Cain better.

Your support will grow the number of bright, curious, and adventurous scholars we can invite to Carolina. It will create transformative new experiences. It will expand the impact our scholars and alumni have on their communities—on campus and across the globe.

We can honor the legacies of John Motley Morehead III and Gordon Cain by establishing our own. By finding inspiration in their commitment to do more for others than for themselves. By fulfilling the promise to create something extraordinary.

So let’s do this.

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John Motley Morehead III signs the indenture that creates the John Motley Morehead Foundation

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The Morehead Scholarship Program is established

1945 1965 The Morehead Building is completed and given to the University as a gift

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At his death, John Motley Morehead III leaves the bulk of his estate to the Morehead Foundation ($34 million)


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Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 forms the Morehead Alumni Fund with the goal of endowing the first $1 million professorship at UNC

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SUSTAIN, ENHANCE, AND EXPAND THE IMPACT OF THE PROGRAM

1945 2007 Mary H. Cain gives grant of $100 million from the Gordon and Mary Cain Foundation in honor of her late husband, Gordon A. Cain; the Foundation changes its name to Morehead-Cain

The Morehead Alumni Carolina First Campaign begins, raises $5.5 million over three years to endow more scholarships and to support the Honors Program

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Inaugural gift of $1 million from Barbara Hyde to start the Morehead Scholarship Fund

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RAISE $25 MILLION

GROW THE NUMBER OF SCHOLARS IN THE PROGRAM

John Motley Morehead Society is created

Alumni create the Morehead Alumni Bicentennial Fund and raise $4 million to support more scholars in each class

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Leadership phase of Morehead-Cain: Together begins

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$15 million of $25 million goal (60 percent) reached by summer 2016

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W hat is a M orehead- C a in Partner? Morehead-Cain Partner is a new designation that recognizes and honors the loyal commitment of many of our Morehead-Cain Alumni. For years, Morehead-Cain Alumni have asked how they can best support the Morehead-Cain Program. Several years ago, we began sharing a list of four simple things all alumni can do to ensure the future of the program:

· PROMOTE. Please make sure that “Morehead-Cain Scholar” is on your résumé, in your CV, and/or in your professional biography. You are the Morehead-Cain legacy. Telling others raises awareness and recognition.

· CONNECT. Please respond to requests (reasonable ones, of course) from current scholars or fellow alumni. There is no better way to express gratitude for what others have given you than by sharing advice or offering a connection. Each time this happens, the Morehead-Cain network is strengthened and the lifelong designation of Morehead-Cain gains deeper significance.

· RECRUIT. Please help recruit future scholars when we call on you with specific needs. For recipients of the scholarship and their parents, no voice is more authentic than yours in representing the value of the Morehead-Cain experience.

· INVEST. Please make an annual gift to the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund (MCSF). Your participation at an appropriate level for you matters deeply, both in the endorsement that it represents and in helping to sustain and enhance the Morehead-Cain Program. The cumulative impact of annual alumni support is transformational— last year the MCSF provided approximately 18 percent of the Foundation’s annual operating budget. Hundreds of alumni have responded with enthusiasm to this appeal for assistance. Some have even gone beyond these “basic four” requests by sponsoring scholars as summer interns, serving as readers and interviewers in the selection process, returning to campus to mentor scholars as speakers and Alumni-in-Residence participants, and more. To honor the dedication of all who support the Morehead-Cain Program by agreeing to these four commitments, we are now designating such alumni as Morehead-Cain Partners. In the pages of this Year in Review, you will hear from Morehead-Cain Partners from every era of the Program. They will share with us what motivates them to champion the Morehead-Cain Program. Are you a Morehead-Cain Partner? If so, we thank you for your loyal support!

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As one of the first women selected to be a MoreheadCain Scholar, I am particularly grateful to the Foundation for its willingness to embrace change and innovation over the years. The Summer Enrichment Program, the Discovery Fund, and continual improvements to the overall Program make a real difference in scholars’ lives— and demonstrate why I wanted to become a Morehead-Cain Partner.” —Karen Stevenson ’79 Morehead-Cain Partner


2016 Honor Roll of Giving It is with great appreciation that we recognize alumni and friends of the program who made a gift to Morehead-Cain between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.     denotes our Morehead-Cain Partners.

Morehead-Cain Alumni Graduate and Professional School Donors Class of 1960 Sherwood Hubbard Smith, Jr. (Law)   Class of 1970 Raleigh Alexander Shoemaker (Law) Class of 1973 Richard Lofton Michaux (Business) Class of 1974 Blenda Woodard Armistead (Business) William Griffith Bowen (Medical) Luther Parks Cochrane (Law) Class of 1976 Anne Erwin Bishop (Business) George Jost Hauptfuhrer III (Business)   Howard Sheldon Schub (Medical)   Class of 1978 Donna Jones Dean (Business) Dewey Michael Jones (Law) Peter Alan Schlesinger (Medical) James Milton Walter, Jr. (Dental)   Class of 1979 Richard Mack Harrell (Medical)   Frances Dudley O’Brien (Business) Joseph Leon Turner (Business) Class of 1980 David Earl Frost (Dental)

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Class of 1982 Stephanie Rae Bennett-Strauss (Medical) Patrick David Lamb (Graduate) Lynn Wilson McGee (Business) Herman Spence III (Law) Class of 1984 James Porter Alexander, Jr. (Medical) Roger Dale Craddock (Dental) Eli David Finkelstein (Medical) Sheldon Jordan Fox (Business) Class of 1985 Paul Joseph Schoofs (Graduate)   Class of 1987 Robert Steven Chen (Graduate) Richard Hratchia Havunjian (Medical)

Alumni Donors by Class Class of 1958 Charles Carlyle Davenport, Jr. William Cawthon Roth Michael Spencer Tanner Class of 1959 Robert Wilson Carter Richard Gordon Cashwell   Dave McAlister Davis Class of 1960 Silas Walker Blanton, Jr. Ashe B. Exum Charles Dowd Gray III F. Webb McCracken III P. Harold O’Tuel, Jr.   Hugh Lester Patterson   Richard Hill Robinson, Jr.  

Wade Marvin Smith William Converse Stem Class of 1961 David Allen Brooks Rhodes Thomas Corbett Francis Hopkinson Craighill III George Marvin Eargle   Louis Haynes Gump   Donald William Hearn Russell Joseph Hollers Roger Edward Palmer David Eugene Price Rudolph Herman Walldorf Charles Monroe Whedbee Willis Alexander Wilson, Jr. Class of 1962 Anonymous Robert Hodges Bilbro In honor of Dr. William Colvin Hubbard ’62 Timothy Brooks Burnett   John McLeod Griffiss William Colvin Hubbard   Thomas Jeffrey Koontz   John Ward Purrington   James Dennis Rash Robert English Sevier Abner Pope Shuford Larry Milton Stacey   Class of 1963 Hugh Inman Allen Edwin Warner Bass Donald Baxter Craven   Thomas Ernest Cummings Frederick Knowles Dashiell, Jr. Douglas McIntosh Fambrough Charles Marvin Ferguson   In memory of Sarah Hunt Ferguson Anthony Stephen Harrington Stephen Jackson Hill


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Class of 1970 Stuart Alan Albright   Jeffrey Richard Boak Haywood Day Cochrane, Jr. Asa Henry Crawford, Jr. William Porter Farthing, Jr. William Leicester Foster, Jr. William Elwood Garrett, Jr. James Franklin Holyfield Allen Drew Lassiter   In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08 Robert Hart Lee Lee Trammell Newton, Jr.   Charles Johnson Parker Henry Worth Parker James Norfleet Pruden III   Thomas Cleveland Ricketts III Robert Gilroy Spratt III David Thomas Tayloe, Jr.   George Wellford Taylor, Jr. James Creekmore Wann, Jr.   Henry Thomas Webb III

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Class of 1969 Charles H. Anderton, Jr.   John Garling Callan   Noel Dunivant   Terence Nash Furness   Robert Ralph Koeblitz William Keith Rollins   William Mercer Rowe III Rixey Browning Todd

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Class of 1968 James Bell Black III John Michael Brown William Thurston Cobb Robert Feaster Coleman III William Moore Gleason Kent Sheldon Hedman Peter Loomis Hellebush Michael Albert Menius Petrie Morrison Rainey   Logan Everett Sawyer, Jr. George Major Teague William MacNider Trott John Robbins Wester   Leon Festus Woodruff, Jr.

Class of 1971 Michael Allen Almond David Allen Bennington William Lewis Bost, Jr. Richard Fuller Callaway, Jr. Edward Smoot Finley, Jr.   Don Brantley George Peter Welles Hall Peter Hafner Jost   Michael Everett Kelly   Joel Ivan Kronenberg Jerry Richie Leonard Kenneth Wayne McAllister John Patrick McDowell III Philip Aloysius McMunigal III William Cooper Murdock, Jr.   Dan Allen Myers Jonathan Thomas Pavloff   Alfred Emory Smith, Jr. John Douglas Swofford   Oswald Beechmond Watson III

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Class of 1972 William Prigmore Aiken, Jr.   William Allen Brafford Jack Pool Byrd Kenneth Sears Coe, Jr. James David Cone Kevin Robert Dungey Leslie Holland Garner, Jr. Robert Brevard Gilleland James Meredith Haley IV Richlyn David Holt Jeffrey David Katz Joseph Pinckney McGuire Randall Neal Pittman James David Sink Joseph Henry Stallings   McKinley Wade Thigpen Curtis Michael Thompson James Howard Wright In memory of Marguerite T. Perry Class of 1973 Anonymous David Benson Adams   Jeffrey Prather Adams   Charles Lynch Christian III Francis Charles Clark Jeffrey Lee Dearth Larry Duane Eggert Steven William Esthimer Douglass Charles Ellerbe Farnsley   Don Parks Foster   Samuel Richard Freeman Henry Lockhart Hinkle

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Cary Frederick Irons III Page Gravely Lea L. Joseph Loveland, Jr. William Ernest Lucas II Haddon Spurgeon Mackie, Jr. Michael Terry Medford   Gary Michael Miller   Frederick Montgomery Morris III Gary Randolph Stafford G. Kennedy Thompson   Rickey Connor Weisner Timothy Jackson Whitener Class of 1974 Peter Adams Barnes   William Michael Begley   Robert Marshall Campbell   Robert Clarence Cone   Andrew Charles George Eddy Scott Conrad Gayle   James Franklin Gilliam W. Steven Jones   Harvey Leroy Kennedy David Wolters Kohl In honor of Dr. Paul Kropp Lee Massey McLaughlin, Jr. John Klauminzer Molen Robert Jay Moore Thomas Victor Morris   Cornelius Theodore Partrick, Jr. Allen Wade Pridgen Larry Edward Robbins Thomas Comstock Seitz, Jr. Joel Taylor Thigpen   Hal Duane Tolan Gregory Howard Tuttle   Harold Lafayette Waters, Jr. Adrian John Michael Wood Class of 1975 Rolly Lee Chambers James Hayes Shofner Cooper Walter Etheridge Daniels William Gray Daughtridge, Jr. Robert Hodges Hackney, Jr. Paul Odell Hirschbiel, Jr. Joseph Harper Hodges III Charles Marion Johnson III   Nicholas Reginald Maurice Jones   Donald Perry Kanak, Jr. David Meade Kern Lary Shane Larson Samuel Spence McCachren, Jr.   Lawrence David McMahon, Jr. Frederick Karl Molen Todd Liddell Parchman  

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W. Frank Dowd IV David Mac Eason In memory of Coach Dean E. Smith Michael Joseph Egan III   James Wilson Hulbert   Joseph Thacher Inglefield III   Douglas Edward Markham Horace William Miller IV   Douglas Durrell Monroe III   William Howard Moss Stanley Preston Oakley, Jr.   David Brian Layton Royle   Lee Lynn Zia Class of 1979 James Lawrence Alexandre Charles Clark Alston William Leo Bamberger, Jr. Victor Eros Bell III   Carolyn Jo Christman Roy Asberry Cooper III Thomas Tracy Giduz Lawrence Wayne Gimple   James Wright Henry Geoffrey Michael St. John Hoare Robert John Kendall Mary Sherrill Mallory Thomas Bolton Mayo III Mark William Merritt Virginia Burns Petitto Andrew Kenneth William Powell Walton Harrison Reeves, Jr. Karen Leslie Stevenson   Katie Marie Ziglar   Class of 1980 Luther Ernest Barnhardt III Martha Corbi Bulluck Kim Stafford Clarke Paul Frederick Duckworth, Jr. Michael Frank Elliott Rebecca Faye Smith Galli   Robert Daniel Hays, Jr. Ann Martinelli Livermore   Eleanor Duff Green Long   Robert Allen Long, Jr. Richard Gregory Michaels Charles Alan Ross Nancy Catherine Joyce Safrit   Robert Wayne Simmons Thomas Flake Skipper   Andrew Carroll Spencer   William Reid Thompson III David Nichols von Storch James Alan Wolfe David Calep Wright III

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Class of 1982 Elbert Lee Avery Lesa Edwards Banks William Clayton Bordley IV Peter Francis Breakey Charles Alan Bryan   Lee Andrew Clark III William Matthew Detmer Kelvin Crews Harris Jeffrey Scott Koeze Peter Glyn Charteris Mallinson   Kimberly Anne Marshall   Christopher Clark McIsaac Geoffrey Hugh Chalfant Mock   Donald William John Munro Martha Mattingly Payne Edward John Rak, Jr. William Andrew Hamilton Rhodes Michael Sheldon Richardson   Lauren Elizabeth Richards-Peterson Patricia Timko Sinclair   Timothy Marcus Smith Joni Lynn Walser

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Class of 1981 Byron Clifford Abels, Jr. Louis Adams Bledsoe III   Brian Charles Bunch   Benic Monta Clark III Randall Allen Davis   Brian MacDonald Goray Randolph Herman Harry Christopher Michael Holmes Dinita LeAnne James Theodore Charles Kerner, Jr.   Bennett Houston Lockamy   Nicholas Frazier Manos Elizabeth Schofield Miller   Terrence Dewitt Morton, Jr.   Karen Patricia Bailey Ramshaw Robert Michael Regan, Jr. Franklin Thomas Roberts   Frances Jane Seymour Stacy Elizabeth Stubbs   David John Vandenbergh

Terry Glenn Bowman   Garth Kleber Dunklin   Reynolds Cuthbertson Faulkner Crista Herbert Gannon Justin Louis Gottlieb   Lynn Crowder Greer   Robyn Shernita Hadley Carolyn Griffin Hall   Tonja Wynn Hampton   Martin McMillan Henegar John Burnside Howard, Jr. Paul Yoshio Kiyonaga Tara Dawn Kott Christine Manuel Kushner David Scott Kushner James Moye Lilley   Sarah Hester Mayo   Samuel John Morse   Douglas Gordon Ririe David Andrew Rome Susan Culp Sanders   Gay Todd Shackelford   Jane Sommers-Kelly Julia Anne Spicer Timothy Patrick Sullivan   David Robert Williams, Jr. Class of 1986 Michael Kevin Alford   Andrew James Balgarnie Philip Edward Berney   Keith Vinson Bradsher   David Harry Brown Allene Smith Cooley Adams   Michael Scott Deimler Amy Smith Ende Roy DeVonne Flood, Jr.   David Sidney Fortney Anson Bradley Ives   Aaron Jenkins Land III  

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Leah Ward Miller Carter Marshall Mills   Catherine Montgomery Moeller Timothy Edward Newman   Spero G. Papadopoulos Glenna Burress Patton   Elizabeth Longino Portland   Maurice Gene Radford, Jr. David Martin Schnorrenberg Angela Royster Scott   Kirby Pfeiffer Sheridan   Susan Camp Stocks   Macon Cheek Toledano John Stuart Tonkinson James Michael Wilmott   Class of 1987 Sally Marcella Butler Francesca Varcoe ColloredoMansfeld   Rudolf Josef Colloredo-Mansfeld   Richard Walsh Crawford Gregory Lawrence Cullum Anne Towe Egan Adam Frederick Falk Gino Marcello Freeman Thomas Allan Poynter Godfrey   Carolyn Roff Henry John Gill Holland, Jr. Alexander Putnam Hudnut   Mary Campbell Jenkins Fred Howell Jones Balram Kakkar   Sallie Lee Krawcheck William Steven Maler

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Mark Hersey Pavao Donna Gooden Payne Walker Lynch Poole   John Douglas Smith   Michael Francis Soboeiro   Benjamin David Sutker   Michael Roscoe Wilson Alan James Young   David Jordan Zubkoff   Class of 1988 Garth Quinn Ainslie Brian David Bailey   James Graham Best Landis Cox Best Rochelle Monique Brandon MargEva Morris Cole   Lucy Vanderberry Fountain David Herr Gardner   Margaret McKinnon Gardner   Lisa Armsrees Gillespie   Todd Christopher Hart Bryan Christopher Hassel Jerry Leo Horner, Jr.   Victoria Donovan Lackey   Edward Carwile LeRoy, Jr. Steven Dean Lisk Thomas Gerald McCarter, Jr. Nathan Carter Newbold IV   Sean Michael Phelan Norman Edward Sharpless Ross Jordan Smyth, Jr.   Lucy McClellan Steiner Laura Lynn Walker Frank Kevin Yoo  

Class of 1989 Jody Keith Beasley David Anthony Bernath   Robert Scott Boatwright William Clarence Boyd IV Carson Holding Brice Laura DiGiano Burrows Juan Pablo Caceres Kevin Patrick Callaghan Charles Pierre Carrière IV Tonya Turner Carroll Anne-Lynne Davis Charbonnet Stephen Nathaniel Cole James Douglas Dean   David Burton Fountain   William Hugh Fuller III Carol Parks Geer David Anthony Hermer    Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet Claude Ricketts Maechling Brian Wessell McCuskey   Thomas Patrick Brien Plewman Neil Alvin Riemann   Sandra Lynn Rierson   Patrick Joseph Simpson Stephenie Beth Winter   Class of 1990 Kristin Lynn Breuss   Kimberly Kaufman Brooks Geoffrey Pritchard Burgess   Tamara Rorrie Campbell Carolyn Volpe Cunningham   Christine Robinette Curtis Christopher John DiGiano Eileen Dordek   Bowen Vanderberry Eagleson Sujata Vijay Ghate James Patrick Hayden Alexander Weld Hodges   Nancy Elizabeth Johnson Charles Richard Jones III Jeremy John Marshall Kelly   Joseph Michael Loughran III   Michael Cameron Lunsford Victoria Spence O’Driscoll   Monica Glynn Parham   William Aaron Pizer James Mackay Purves Rupal Naik Romero Timika Shafeek-Horton Sean Maxwell Sumner James Leon Tanner, Jr.   Kimberly Huffman Whitley Leslie Anne Williams

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Class of 1995 Paul Michael Armistead Adrienne Pruden Ashby Jonathan Granger Atkeson   Luke Baker Yi-Hsin Chang   J. Craig Comer Parshant Kumar Dhiman Samuel Latham Grimes Carlin Bullard Hollar Ki Soo Jung Jonathan Franklin Justice   Shannon Denise Kete Thomas Fredrick Koonce Pearce Armstrong Landry Louisa Amelia McCarthy  

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Class of 1993 Ibrez Rafiq Bandukwala   Tawana Walker Barrow   Titus Pelkey Bicknell Jennifer Backes Brown

Class of 1994 Thomas Jackson White Archie Paige Austin Bitter Alicia Almeida Bowers James Reuben Copland IV   John Randolph Crutchfield Karen Barbra Dietrich Nicholas Warren Eaton Lilly Farahnakian   Wiley Braxton Gillam IV Wendy Faye Greene   Jennifer Lloyd Halsey   Stephen Brent Karasick Trisha Michelle Mark Douglas Stephen McCurry Alexander Frew McMillan Julia Konerding Padgett   Carolyn Renee Reinglass   William Roeder   Susan Wooten Sumner Susan Killian VanderKam

Dana Burgess O’Donovan   Carolyn Anne Payne William Emerich Sanford   Wendy Elizabeth Sarratt   Derek Jason Shadid Brian Hamilton Styers   In honor of Deepu Gowda ’93 Darice Witherspoon

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Class of 1992 Elizabeth Gracie Abbott Carrie Culp Abramson Christian O’Neal Avery   Zara Anishanslin Bernhardt Lawrence Burton Davis Michael Owen Ferguson Shilpi Somaya Gowda   Benjamin Douglas Hanson Patrick James Heron   Matthew Foster Heyd   Michael Joseph Hostutler Shane LeGrande Johnson   Nick Kontogeorgopoulos Kevin Scott Markle   Nori Sie Pennisi Samuel Richardson III Benjamin Noah Rosenberg Jennifer Wing Rothacker   Henry George James Stevens   Timothy Lamont Taylor Carmen Icard Teague Stephanie Noelle Toussaint Michael Ulku-Steiner   In honor of Chuck Lovelace ’77

Patrick Russell Burnside Courtney Miller Cavatoni Bjorn Norskov DeBear Maurice Ronald Drayton Richard David Gill Christy Grigg Johannes Elizabeth Cook Lanzen Emily Kistler Lawson Ashley Earnhardt Lemons Robert Christopher Miller Jill Jacobs Olson   Sarah Davis Priest   Serena Wille Sides Julie Konneker Szeker   Carrington Wells White Jason Matthew Wilhelm Christopher Ramon Williams  

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Class of 1991 Allison Glosser Aldrich   Steven Philip Aldrich   John Granville Alley, Jr. Christine Youngblood Anderson   Angela Ann Ards Bret Allan Batchelder   Adrian Jeremy Norville Bedford   Winston Louis Bissette III William Joseph Craver   Anna Siobhan Davitt Elizabeth Brakeman de Bord Mary Jo Dunnington Donald Ralph Esposito, Jr. Robert Carlton Evans Alexander Burton Guettel   Jon Paul Heiderscheit   Peter Blair Henry Julie Sheldon Huffaker Charles Edward Merritt Thomas Robert William Silk   Matthew Lewis Soule Peter Wesley Upham Susanne Walker Wilson

Class of 1997 Charles Shober Anderson Clay Baker Burleson   Kathryn Claire Campbell Christopher Lee Conner   Jennifer Kim Cutie Parrish Hayes Daughtry   Drew Steven Deaton Robert Woodward Hielscher Bernard Guy-Marcel LaRue Kelly Walton Muir Susanna Matsen Nazarian Meredith Armstrong Niles   In honor of Jennifer Lloyd Halsey ’94 David Lewis Pope   Michael Pryal Linwood Ladell Robbins Dieter Thomas Roth James Alexander Cameron Whittle Margaret Bruce Zelnak Class of 1998 Daina Bray Robin Berholz Cory

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Class of 2001 Michael Ryan Bucy Kristen Lee Campbell   Oliver Carter III   Elton Hendrie Click   Ryan Preston Dahl Michael Anna Phillips de Armas Nora Wilson Dennis Hassan Terrance-Craig Kingsberry   Anne Fawcett Krishnan   Kelley Vance Lawrence   Craig John MacDonald   Kevin Charles Massey Patrick Methvin Emily Page Nelson Dana Lauren Peirce Todd Mischa Pugatch   Bradford Will Rathgeber   Frank Michael Torti, Jr.   Barton Christian Walker Frank Neal White Mary Winifred White   In honor of Mr. Peter Michael Cashwell

Class of 2003 William McKenzie Aiken   Charles Newell Battle II Lawrence Phillip Braithwaite Justin Michael Carreker Marina Chase Carreker Thomas Ryan Ciszek Derek William Cool Justin Daniel Cunningham Kindl Shinn Detar Rhiannon Kate Fisher Aaron Herschel Hiller   Arash Jahanian Nell Pollard Johnson William Wesley Johnson   Jason Wayne Kemp   Kelly Jo Landreth Dana Messick Ledyard   Nicholas Joseph Lewis Hannah Johnson Ong   Kimberly Jessen Roberson Natalie Nicole Sanders Katherine Carter Santos   Carolyn Edith Shook Janice Lindsay Reed Sillas Mollie Elizabeth Silver Chih-Ping Tsai   Julie McManus Werry   Scott Samuel Werry  

Class of 2002 Valerie Elizabeth Alter Robert Ernest Boykin   Kathryn Pierce Celauro Erika Lyn Streck Cerwin Jennings Lambert Clingan   Corrie White Conrad Sarah Goins Creed   Patrick Timothy Fox Eric David Johnson   James Mitchell Kenney William Rudolph Arthur Kleysteuber IV   William George Laxton, Jr. Amanda Boenish Methvin Billy Joe Mills III Katherine Nicole Neal Justine S. O’Connor-Petts Mary Fletcher Pena Rachel Mazyck Pfeifer Willis Jackson Phillips, Jr. Bradford Lee Picot Courtney McCarthy Ramey Elizabeth Gillikin Whitworth Callie Taintor Wiser John Patrick Yeatts  

Class of 2004 Benjamin Bradshaw Adams Craig Joseph Baden In honor of the retirement of Dr. Russell P. Harris Dorothy Davis Ball Robert Banks Basinger   In memory of Laura Rozo ’14 Meesun Sunny Kim Bather   Randi Jo Kivett Cheafsky   Ann Upchurch Collier   Daniel Kelsey Cottingham William Mark Craig, Jr. Kimberly Baxter Decker Kasey Poole Decosimo Betsy Rachael Dobbins Camilo Durana Justin Fitzpatrick   Micah Charles Gilmer Jennifer Mouchet Hall Kari Forrest Hammond Venroy Kirkpatrick July Elizabeth Kistin Keller Joshua Blaze Lee Julia Schlafly Lilly   Angela Marie Liu  

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Class of 2010 Anne Lewis Baer Mikhail Mikhailovich Belikov   Elizabeth Blair Longino Berzoff-Cohen Catherine Shepherd Burns Timothy Guy Campbell Emily Dare Carter Vikram Ajay Dashputre   Scott Davis Gallisdorfer Jessica Rae Hanson   Kaitlin Marie Carr Heath Ying Hua Courtney Patterson Inscoe Kevin Robert Kiley Alex Wolfe Lassiter   Alexander Lim Aaron Manning Hadley Heath Manning   Colleen Shannon McGary   In memory of Mr. Frederick Joseph McGary Eve Stefanie Georgia McTurk   Janel Natasha Monroe Andrew Montgomery Sawyer Noland Henry Lawlor Spelman Alexander Maxwell Stephens   Anthony Rees Sweeney-Taylor Thomas Varkey Thriveni James Joseph Waters Sebastian Cain Williams Calvin W. Young

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Class of 2006 Lewis Cuttino Alexander Bruce Warren Andrews, Jr. Amir Homayoun Barzin   Jonathon Charles Benson Scott Andrew Burr   Erin Scharling Carter   Patricia Cowley Doerr Sebastian Paul Gibbs   Lucile Denson Gunderson William Jeffreys Hortman   Jennifer Helen Kling John Joseph Kunza IV Jeanne Morris Maurrasse   Thomas Joseph O’Keefe   William Joel Starling, Jr. Benjamin Keenan Stolbach  

Class of 2007 James Stephen Allred Damian Anthony Cannon Zachary Scott Clayton Thomas Elias Cluderay   William David Hayles   Catherine Reed LeCompte Eileen Pan Lee Maile Cathleen Lesica Benjamin Joshua Lundin   Alastair Michael McKeever   Jonathan David McNeill   Niti Santosh Sheth Mehrotra   Sarah Ashley Morris Nicholas Boddie Mosley Jessica Kathleen Polka   Amanda Shintay Thornton Elizabeth Petter Webber   Lotte Tulloch Wright

Jennifer Michelle Milikowsky Emily Elizabeth Nix   Lucia Anne Parker   Edward Julian Clough Perkins   Brock Thomas Phillips   Caroline Catherine Schneider   Tristram Rennie Thomas      Hayley Marie Thompson   Suzanne McCullough Willis Katherine Evans Woodell   William Myles Wynn  

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Class of 2005 Amon Easterling Anderson Michael Franklin Brinkley Bradley Alan Burton Mariam Missaghi Cline Candice Woodcock Cody Malinda Musacchia Faber Divya Gopal Sung-Wook Han Kathryn Roebuck Holding Emily Dawn Johnson Stephen Cameron Kearns   Amelia Andrews Kelly Francis Edward Kelly IV Alexa Nicole Kleysteuber Claire Young Neely Daniel Thompson Paine Jessica Stone Reeck Jared David Sokolsky Robert John Squire   Clyde Eugene Stunson, Jr. Virginia Voyles Tester   Charles Patrick Thompson   Richard Christopher Waters   Amorn Wongsarnpigoon  

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Matthew James Miller   William Griffin Morrel IV   Christopher Patton Nickell   Abigail Faye Nix Caroline Wills Ott Lily Margaret Roberts   Joel Katende Semakula   Evgeniya Serdetchnaia Siyuan Sheng Elizabeth Anne Smith   Troy Gregory Smith Victoria Nicole Stilwell William Harris Thomason Kim Thien Vuong Carroll Wesley Wollard III Class of 2013 Margaret Elizabeth Anderson   William Johnston Barbour Jonathan James Branch Soltan Asher Bryce   Sarah Margaret Bufkin   Oswaldo Antonio Contreras Leah Rose Downey Jason Allen Dunn Emmett Feldman Gilles Marissa Rachael Gluck Amanda Claire Grayson Hoover Zealan Taylor Hoover Molly Alexandra Hrudka Sunny Chang Huang   Sarah Katherine Johnson William Grant Johnston   Adam Jutha   Michael Thomas Lawson   Todd Patrick Lewis   Charlotte Clement Lindemanis   Logan Chambers Mauney Jordan Elliot Meer   Rachel Maureen Myrick Chelsea Erin Phipps   Oliver Brennan Rose   Henry Laurence Ross James Patrick Ryan Raymond Donnell Sawyer Tara Gayatri Seshan Jacob Gerald Sharp Austin Thomas Shaw Emily Rebecca Sheppard Parris Matthew Smallwood   Joseph Terrell Robert Hudson Vincent Cody Matthew Welton   Brendan John Yorke Emily Frykman Zuehlke  

Class of 2014 Zoe Claire Ackerman Anna Gertrude Bobrow   Emily Renard Bowe   Rachel Emily Burns John Hadley Burrows Marie Elise Clements Aubrey Moran Germ Patrick Gray   Ashley Virginia Gremel Joël Joseph Hage   Kathleen Mary Hayes Grant Patrick Heskamp Troy Clifton Homesley III   Elizabeth Davis Hughes Sakibul Huq   Michael Paul Jacobs   Akhil Arvind Jariwala   Carolyn Danielle Jeffries   Alexander Edward Karsten   Michael Kayemba Cameron Joseph Kneib   Kelsey Danielle Knight Christopher David McCartney Lambden   Katherine Blair Matthews   Laura Kathryn McCready Stephanie Hanna Najjar Hannah Sare Nemer In memory of Laura Rozo ’14 Helen Bobbitt Powell Lauren-Kristine Blanks Pryzant Julia Victoria Ramos George Edmonds Ramsay Melanie Ferguson Rio   Nicole Doris Roscoe Patrick Joseph Short   Anna Elizabeth Sturkey Megan Nichole Thomas   Nathan Spencer Tilley   Georgia Catherine Titcomb   Margaret Carey VanDeusen   Nicola Michelle Vann   Madhulika Vulimiri   Daniel Patrick Warren   Edward Jocelyn Warren   Andrew John White   Thomas Ingram Wolf Francis Anthony Wong Class of 2015 Hussein Ahmad Noam Argov Ioan Bolohan Allen Champagne Tait Garry Chandler

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Sarah Whiting Cooley   Marielle Barrett DeJong Raquel Emiko Dominguez Alexander Izaak Earnhardt Natalie Claire Feingold   Cheney Behrens Gardner Garrison Gray Gordon Meghan Victoria Herwig Safiyah Munzer Ismail Amirah Jiwa   Ella Winthrop Koeze Lincoln Halas Lamberton   Bridget Catherine Larman Camille Elyse Morgan Thomas Benton Moss III Graham Ober Palmer   Paul Wilson Parker Neel Mahendra Patel   Mary Elizabeth Peeler   Andrew Henry Powell   John Martin Powers Katherine McCrystal Reilly John Raphael Fabian Rodrigo   Daniel Nelson Rue   David Russell Sophia Maria Vaporis Schermerhorn   Maximillian P. M. Seunik Sasha Seymore   Nikita Shamdasani   Sagar Samir Shukla Katrina Marie Wertz Emma Rose Zarriello   Violette Liang Zhu

Dicle Kara   Ina Kosova   Neha Khurana Kukreja   Hunter Jennings Latimer   Caroline Kellogg Lowery   Patrick Lung   Ariana Tamar Miller Lutterman   Karine Lisa Martel   Harold Brent McKnight, Jr.    Zakaria Merdi   Channing John Mitzell   Sarah Lee Molina   Caroline Mercer Orr   Emma Anne Park   Robert Winfield Pierce   Cecilia Stefany Polanco   Imogen Fiona Mackenzie Schofield   Elizabeth Therese Schroeder   Taylor Lane Sharp   John Matthew Sincavage   Elizabeth Pearl Soffer   Catherine Louise Swift   Andrew Henderson Wells, Jr.    William Robert Whitehurst, Jr.    James Scott Williams   Kacey Landon Williams   Kristyn Elizabeth Wilson   Rhea Jane Wyse   Class of 2018 Myra Waheed

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Friends of the Program Anonymous Leigh Jonathan Abramson Corinne Anderson Adams Amina Ahmed Anne Battle Ainslie Nancy Wetzell Albright Jessica Clemens Alexander Julia T. Alexandre Elizabeth Purrington Alley Esther Rose Allred Helen Ruth Fleming Almond Natalie Alston Susan Dentzer Alston Leigh Gibson Anderson and John Prescott Anderson In memory of Mr. Albert Moore Susan Sears Anderson Janet R. Anderton Peter D. Angevine Gary B. Appel Margaret Jefferson Archie Lori Temples Armistead Solomon Hunter Ashby, Jr. Beth Hughes Avery Katrina Howard Avery Pauline Van Haaren Bach Lori Baden In honor of the retirement of Dr. Russell P. Harris Linda Evans Balch Paige Fulbright Ballus and Thomas Angelo Ballus Kelly Grant Banks Jessica Renee Barker Dawn M. Barlow Elizabeth Hemsley Barnes

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Jean Anne Jones Barnes Ellen Gardner Barrier Clay Lamont Barrow Anna Routh Barzin Virginia Batchelder Emily Dawson Battle Lola E. Battle Cynthia Tyson Beasley Ellen Dimmock Begley McNair Bell Gage I. Bennington Catherine Fenton Bernath Leslie Bevan David Joseph Bevevino Cara Biddlecom Carol W. Bilbro In honor of Dr. William Colvin Hubbard ’62 Michelle Arthur Binnie Erica Buchholz Bissette Audrey Wall Black Lelia Elisabeth Blackwell Cameron Taber Blanton Suzanne Green Bledsoe Barbara Blodi Matthew Benjamin Blue Keith S. Boniface Leigh Leutze Bordley Sarah W. Bowen John Watson Bowers Mary Henderson Bowman Alice Hutcheson Brafford Jamie Clark Braun Robert Bressler F. Bryan Brice, Jr. Cheryl Sunderhaus Briner Frank Ardath Brooks III Paula Spencer Brooks Betty Lynn Brown Brooks Brown Anne Wells Brunson Julia Nickles Bryan Ashlie Green Bucy Jennifer Colpitts Bunch Amy Fennebresque Burleson Jane Allen Burnett Stephanie Beusse Burr Mary Joan Burtelow Vicky Tripp Byrd Alan Lorenzo Caldwell David Campbell Margaret Graham Campbell Rita Fay Campbell True Miller Campbell Silvia Campo Ann Morgan Carter

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Patricia Langdon Carter Michela Caruso Suzanne Cashwell Philip John Cavatoni Robert Alexander Cerwin Nancy Garrett Chambers Jacob Morris Cheafsky Melanie Fort Christian Andrew Barkley Church Caroline Mehan Clark John Patrick Cody Rush Dorsett Coe Jill Lesly Conda Sally Boyette Cone Emily Kerley Conner Fairley Bell Cook Phyllis Cooke and Jerry Monroe Cooke Kristin Bernhardt Cooper Martha Hays Cooper Ellen McKellar Corbett Christina Brown Cottingham Annie Louise Lebedynskyj Cox Fran Craddock Jacquelyn Sinding Craven Mary Woolard Crawford Ryan D. Cronk Laura Tratnik Crutchfield Genevieve Steele Cummings Emily Miller Cunningham Philip S. Cunningham Donna Dagavarian Carshae D. Dahl Linda Markus Daniels Paula R. Dashiell Joan Barber Davis Rhonda Hardee Davis Fabian Cepero de Armas Joseph Edward Decosimo Paul Anthony Raoul M. Dennis Jason DeVoe Jean Larkin Dobson In memory of Ms. Jean Morehead Larkin Janis Hape Dowd Diana Dubinskyte Kathy Duckworth Martha Robbins Sadler Dungey Shelby Collins Dunivant Patricia Bonin Eargle Ashley Payne Eason In memory of Coach Dean E. Smith Roger Echols Mary Ann Soso Edghill Melinda Bebee Egan

Minna Dennis Elliott John Francis Ende Catharine Enright Kenneth W. Epps Nora Gaskin Esthimer Gwen Kalyanapu Evans Lewis Moore Everett Zarelda Walston Fambrough Justin Aaron Fansler Eliza Sherrill Farnsley Linda Farthing Mary Ruth C. Faulkner Thomas Leo Finigan Virginia Doughton Finley Jay Kenneth Fisher Daniel Joseph Flaherty Anne Brittain Fletcher Jeri Fisher Flood Phyllis Webb Flye Janet Helwig Fortney Holly Herweyer Fox Claudia M. Frost Jennifer Macon Fuller Keith A. Gagnon M. Jerry Garfinkle Katrina Jolly Garner Janice Kirby Garrett R. Taylor Gebert Elizabeth Halleck Giduz Cathy Ross Gilleland Toni Gimple Megan Golden Brenda Gonzalez Constance Tingle Grabowy Barbara S. Graham In memory of Dr. Albrecht Strauss Cynthia Armstrong Graham In memory of Howard Gibson Godwin, Jr. ’66 Kathryn W. Gray Amanda Womble Greer Harold Edward Greer III Diane Griffin Kathryn Phillips Griffin Beth Yount Grimes Kevin Guskiewicz Margaret Gwynn Haley Kevin Daniel Hall Thomas Hartley Hall V Susan Tickle Hamilton Janine Christina Hanley Michael Hannan Hope Reynolds Harrington Angela Gravely Harris Grace Harris John Everette Harris

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Kristen Hagen Harry Christi L. Hart Emily Ayscue Hassel Ophelia Havunjian Diane Dorney Hayes and William Henry Hayes In memory of Laura Rozo ’14 Jennifer Gimer Hays Kathryn Heath Russell Wagner Helms Sandra Minton Henley Helen Pringle Herbert Elizabeth Crow Heron Martha Gibbs Hill William Michael Hilliard Patrick Shawn Himes Jason Douglas Hinton Sage Hoare Lauren Marie Hoeck Ryan Hohman Shauna Holiman Augusta Brown Holland Charlotte Leonard Holmes Mary Rudney Holmes and Stephen Winkler Holmes, Sr. Mildred Webber Holmes W. Howard Holsenbeck Barbara Lovill Hooks Cheryl Jones Hoover Kathryn Louise Hopper Rachel Carolyn Huang Jane Jordan Hubbard Jane Hulbert Christopher Howal Hunter Joseph Reeves Hyde III

John Philip Isenburg Debra Dickehuth Ives Jennifer Carol Jackson Lauren Collins Johnson Martha Stephens Johnson Soren Morgan Johnson Alison Evans Johnston Jennifer De Jonge Jones Tammy Jones Beverly Lane Jost Laura Letterman Jung Amy Amazon Justice Chancy McLean Kapp Britney Elizabeth Karasick Kathryn G. Kastan Susan May Keesler David Reid Kelly In honor of Michael Everett Kelly ’71 Katherine Wagner Kemp Ellen Dees Kendall Caleb Andrew Kent Lisa Motsinger Kerner Loaina M. and Thane E. Kerner Donald Joseph Kilbride Francemise St. Pierre Kingsberry Kelly Blevins Knott Marilyn Goodman Knowles Deborah Gayle Koeblitz Susan Kohl In honor of Dr. Paul Kropp Mary Grady Burnette Koonce Lynne Dorsett Koontz Bryan Michael Kozlowski Mari Kuraishi Philip Carlyle Lackey Kimberly Kratish Land Christopher Denis Landgraff Anne Morris Landry Aaron Lanzen Annette Lareau-Freeman Ashley Larkin and Peter Alexander Larkin, Jr. In memory of Mr. Alan Thomas Dickson Marianna Larkin Robert Stephen Lawrence Catherine Scott Laxton Jonathan Daniel LeCompte Elizabeth Stack Legg Chad Lemons Sandra M. Leslie Dianne Gustin Light Emma Kathryn Liles Catherine Comer Lilley Claudia Darden Lilley Alexis Link


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Lucy Hanes Chatham Timothy B. Burnett ’62 W. Frank Dowd IV ’78 John A. Larkin III G. Kennedy Thompson ’73 Margaret W. Weaver David C. Wright III ’80 Foundation Staff Donors

Julie DeVoe Brendan Foley David Greer Kathleen Hagerty Hannah Hannan Mariah Keller Karman Kent Chuck Lovelace ’77 Megan Mazzocchi Steve Michalak Lindsay Oliver Emily Olson Heather Thomas

Lisa Denise Nurre Christopher Gene Ogburn J. Mark Oliver Brian Olson Ryan Barrett Ong Carolyn Ford O’Tuel K. Dale Owen, Jr. A. Vaden Padgett Bryn Parchman Claire Anne Parker Whitney Parris-Lamb Amy Elizabeth Pattishall S. Houston Payne, Jr. Christopher Matthew Pennisi Christopher Joseph Peters John Michael Petitto Timothy Pfeifer Cristine Irvin Phillips Celeste Mason Pittman Ellen Voss Pittman Anne Rothbaum Pizer Anne W. Poole Guy Richard Pope Sharon R. Powell Lisa Kanwit Price Angela Smith Pridgen Elizabeth Bost Pritchett In memory of Mr. Mebane Moore Pritchett ’57

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Shelagh Meehan Smyth Elizabeth Rider Soboeiro Paige Holloway Sokolsky Jamie Soule Patricia H. Spearman Marilyn L. Spence Mary Reed Spencer Jennifer See Squire Frances McDonald Stafford Diane Steele Niklaus Andreas Steiner Lindsay Elizabeth Stephens Carter Teague Stone Cynthia Rahal Styers In honor of Deepu Gowda ’93 Barbara O’Rourke Sullivan Jane Bowen Sullivan Laura Rauch Sumner Richard Thomas Sumner Lisa Fabricant Sutker Jan Leigh Swanson Nora Williams Swofford Eric Szeker Alison Hennings Tanner Lynne Santy Tanner Denise Gollobin Tayloe Ryal Woodall Tayloe Joe Franklin Teague, Jr. Nancy Teague Jean Dillin Temple Kevin Templeton John Timothy Terrell Matthew Scott Tester Elizabeth A. Thompson Jane Rankin Thompson Kathylee Baigas Thompson Lindsay Parris Thompson Ann Duggan Thornton Janet Rosser Tolan Sara McKinley Torti Kim Lien Vo Thi Trenbath Jean Little Trott Lana M. Turner Beril Suzan Ulku-Steiner In honor of Chuck Lovelace ’77 Stefanie Malone Upham Lydia Bodman Vandenbergh Vivian Harris Varner Thomas DeBot Vaughn Tracie L. Vestal Judith Allen Vinroot Robina Hogan Walker Greg A. Walker Wilson Michele Wallendal Patricia Miller Wann Martha Craig Ward

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April McLawhorn Livermon and James Shields Livermon III In honor of Colby Dixon Kirkpatrick ’19 Cynthia J. Lowery and Robert B. Lowery Leona A. Miller and Joel Lutterman Anuradha P. Mann and Daljit S. Mann Mary Alyce Searles McCullough and Joseph McCullough Sandra L. McKenzie and Lance J. McKenzie Amanda Mitchell-Boyask and Robin Mitchell-Boyask Sarah T. Mitzell and Channing F. Mitzell In honor of Channing John Mitzell ’16 Ashley Moss and Thomas Benton Moss II Chitra Murthy Kelly L. Katterhagen and Lawrence Nabatoff Karen Nickell and Patton Van Nickell Violet Nix and William Nix Vivian Ruth Sawyer and Thomas T. Noland, Jr. Donna Oberembt and Randall M. Oberembt Elizabeth Holt Osteen and William Lindsay Osteen, Jr. Rebecca Ott and Richard Ott Melanie Marshall-Park and Frederick K. Park Melissa Peeler and Michael Peeler Holly S. Peña and Carlos J. González Peña Frasher H. Pergande and John F. Pergande Rachel Monteith Petty and Lasalle Petty, Jr. James Robert Pierce In honor of Robert Winfield Pierce ’16 William H. Polk, Jr. Susan B. Pollock and Philip G. Pollock Sueann Mazer and Gary Powers In honor of John Powers ’15 Patricia Duncan Ratcliffe and David V. Ratcliffe Holly Ferguson Rio and Christopher Rio Rhudelyn Rodrigo and John Rodrigo Beth Rogge and Michael Rogge Ann F. Schroeder and James C. Schroeder Denice Marie Bundo Short and John Francis Short

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Karen Ann Knoble and Barry Lewis Bobrow Catherine Bowe and David Bowe In honor of Emily Bowe ’14 Billie Harper Buie and Stephen Eugene Buie ’77 Janice Core and Kenneth W. Core Barbara Ruth Creegan and Richard Joseph Creegan Patricia H. Doggett and John M. Doggett, Jr. Bobbie Pope Dubose Jeff Erick Essen Ragan Portaro Folan and McDara Patrick Folan III Emily Folz and Rodney Folz Carro Coble Gardner and William Russell Gardner In honor of Cheney Behrens Gardner ’15 Karen Moran-Germ and William Germ Monroe T. Gilmour, Jr. Pamela Joyner Gilyard and Deweese DeWayne Gilyard Karen F. Gooding and James T. Gooding, Jr. Sandra T. Gouldin and Robert A. Gouldin Susan D. Gray and Ronald Gray Elizabeth Hungarland Hauser and Michael David Hauser Alison J. Henihan and Robert D. J. Henihan Paige T. Houston and Raymond Keith Houston Susan Harrell Irons and C. Frederick Irons III ’73 Louise Isaacs and William Isaacs Elizabeth Iaquinta-Karsten and Randal Karsten Susan G. Kent and Glenn Cameron Kent Debra Soltis and Paul Yoshio Kiyonaga ’85 Katharine Reid Koeze ’83 and Jeffrey Scott Koeze ’82 Neeta Kukreja and Atul Kukreja Carol Ann Lang and David Stephen Lang Allen Drew Lassiter ’70 In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08 Rosemarie E. Lawson and Kenneth M. Lawson Aihua Shao and Chunping Li Xiaomin Li

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Parents’ Perspective: Rhudelyn and John Rodrigo Start a conversation with John and Rhudelyn Rodrigo, and you’ll hear how proud they are of their son J.R. But if you keep talking, you’ll come to appreciate their equally strong sense of gratitude. “We’re very grateful for what we’ve become,” Rhudelyn said. “And we want J.R. to see that.” J.R., who graduated from Carolina with distinction, is a Morehead-Cain in the class of 2015. John and Rhudelyn said they always knew their son would excel academically wherever he enrolled, but they admitted the University was not on his list when he began his college search. They look back at his experience now with awe—and no regrets. “We expected good grades,” Rhudelyn said. “But the Morehead-Cain helped him become a fully rounded young man. He grew into a gentleman.” John and Rhudelyn said their son’s transformation didn’t take long. J.R. came to Chapel Hill via the Peddie School, a small high school in Hights­town, New Jersey. His parents said they were unsure how J.R. would adjust to a university as large as Carolina, but they had no doubts he made the right choice by the end of his first semester. “He related to a bigger community, but found a small community as well,” John said. “He developed a sense of belonging.” J.R. studied a wide array of topics at the University, majoring in economics and minoring in business administration as well as Chinese. But John and Rhudelyn believe his experiences outside the classroom—including his summer internships—impacted him the most. As a Morehead-Cain Scholar, J.R. explored Wyoming, interned in Hong Kong, and worked for a summer in China. “The Morehead-Cain let him explore, but it also let him fail and get up again,” Rhudelyn said. “Now we know he will be okay wherever he goes.” While the scholarship helped J.R. learn and develop into a leader, John and Rhudelyn say it also had a significant impact on their lives. It allowed them to donate more to charities and other organizations. Their generosity includes giving to the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund. “Morehead-Cain helps students to be open to the world and discover new possibilities,” Rhudelyn said. “We want other kids to have the same experiences and opportunities J.R. did.” Creating opportunities for others is vital to John and Rhudelyn. They remember those who helped them after they emigrated from the Philippines to the U.S., and they want to do the same for others. “A lot of people helped us get to where we are now,” Rhudelyn said. “We give back because we have the opportunity to.” They also want to set an example. “We want J.R. to give back, too,” Rhudelyn said. “We want him to know that if he becomes successful that he needs to give back.”

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Network for Good NGB Foundation Norfolk Southern Foundation Matching Gifts Olson Foundation Parchman, Vaughan & Company, LLC Philip N. Daly & Frances K. Daly Charitable Lead Unitrust Phyllis W. Flye Living Trust Pinehurst Medical Clinic, Inc. PNC Foundation Matching Gifts PriceWaterhouseCoopers Matching Gifts Randolph C. Metcalfe Living Trust Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Reynolds American Foundation Matching Gifts The Rodgers Family Foundation, Inc. Ruth R. Hoyt-Anne H. Jolley Foundation, Inc. Schwab Charitable Sephora Shadid Plastic Surgery Associates Silicon Valley Community Foundation Silverchair Holdings LLC State Farm Companies Matching Gifts Tavia I. González Peña Custodial Account Taylor & McChesney Texas Pacific Group Matching Gifts T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. Matching Gifts T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving TIAA-CREF Matching Gifts Tracie L. Vestal, DDS, PA Truist Unilever United States Matching Gifts United Way of Central New Mexico United Way of the Greater Triangle US Bank Matching Gifts Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Victor E. Bell, Jr. & Jane M. Bell Family Foundation Von Gunten Law LLC Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gifts William F. Schmick, Jr. Family Education Trust William L. Foster, Jr. Revocable Trust Wilmington Gastroenterology Associates PA The Winston-Salem Foundation

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A Message From the Chair Dear Friends, We have embarked on an exciting new adventure TOGETHER. To accept the Morehead-Cain is to embrace the challenge to positively impact the people and pursuits that define us. To accept the Morehead-Cain is to gain a lifelong connection to a vibrant community of scholars spanning the globe. And finally, to accept the Morehead-Cain is to take on new challenges. This year our Morehead-Cain community said “yes” to a new challenge. In October we came together—as we do every three years—to reconnect and reengage at the Morehead-Cain Alumni Forum. I said then that we each had both the opportunity and the obligation to better the program that bettered our lives. I asked you, as Morehead-Cain Alumni, to commit to sustaining, enhancing, and growing the impact of the Morehead-Cain Program at our beloved university. At that moment the TOGETHER Campaign became public. With your support, we are now well down the path of sustaining our beloved Program. Almost 43 percent of our alumni made an annual gift to the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund by June 30, including gifts from every graduating senior scholar as part of the senior class campaign. This generosity has brought us 60 percent of the way toward our $25 million goal in gifts and pledges. This progress, and the returns on the growing Scholarship Fund Endowment, allowed us to cover 19 percent of the total program costs and enabled us to continue our work to grow the Program. Your generosity with your time is equally inspiring. The Scholarship Fund Board believes the only way to truly enhance the Program and its impact on the University is with the full support and commitment of time by our alumni scholars. That is why it remains our goal to reconnect each and every alumnus and alumna with the Program during the TOGETHER Campaign. All of you. Morehead-Cain Alumni like you do so much for the Program. Many of you read applications and help recruit new scholars. Others meet with current scholars to offer them advice and encouragement. And some of you collaborate with fellow alumni on innovations that are reshaping our world. The Partner program honors the commitments of loyal alumni, and more than 500 of you signed up during its first year. This is tangible evidence that more of us than ever appreciate the impact that Morehead-Cain has had on our lives, and we understand the impact the Program could have—and has yet to have—on others, with our full and active support. In the year ahead, our focus will be on continuing to strengthen the Program and grow its impact on the University. We have already come so far. And I know you will embrace this challenge with the same spirit with which Morehead–Cain Scholars embrace all challenges! With gratitude for your ongoing support,

Keith Cowan ’78 Chair, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors

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Mr. Keith O. Cowan ’78, Chair Atlanta, Georgia

Mr. Noel Dunivant ’69 Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Mr. Timothy P. Sullivan ’85 Park City, Utah

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Ms. Alicia H. Alford ’17 Jacksonville, North Carolina

Ms. Jennifer Lloyd Halsey ’94 Atherton, California

Mr. Timothy B. Burnett ’62 Greensboro, North Carolina

Mr. Channing J. Mitzell ’16 Westfield, Indiana

Mr. James L. Tanner, Jr. ’90 Springfield, Virginia

Dr. James W. Dean, Jr. Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Ms. Dana Burgess O’Donovan ’95 Wilmington, North Carolina

Mr. Malcolm K. Turner ’93 New York, New York

Mr. Frank C. Sullivan ’83 Bay Village, Ohio

Ms. Katie M. Ziglar ’79 Washington, DC


“The Morehead-Cain Program is so valuable to our university. Maybe more valuable now than it’s ever been.” Dr. Carol L. Folt | Chancellor

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expenses

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Program Development, Communications and Alumni

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Twenty years ago the Morehead-Cain Foundation took a gamble on an 18-year-old and imparted on me a great big world—full of opportunities, challenges, and discovery. That combined spirit of curiosity and optimism has shaped my career, my marriage, my approach toward parenting—really everything. I remain forever grateful for that gift twenty years ago and continue to benefit from the lifelong friendships formed, inspirational interactions with current scholars, and rejuvenating alumni weekends.” —Jessica Lin-Powers ’00 Morehead-Cain Partner


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8.12.2015 Chicago Alumni Gathering Kirkland & Ellis LLP Law Offices Hosted by Ryan Dahl ’01

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8.16.2015 International Scholars’ Welcome Lunch Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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10.16.2015 General Alumni Association Distinguished Young Alumni Awards Ceremony Morehead-Cain recipients: John Sides ’96, co-founder and writer for the Washington Post political blog The Monkey Cage, and Danae Ringelmann ’00, co-founder of the crowdfunding site Indiegogo.com

10.21.2015 Alumni Speaker Series: Bill Bamberger ‘79 Photographer Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

11.3.2015 John Motley Morehead Day “Uncle Mot’s” 145th Birthday

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11.6.2015 Alumni Speaker Series: Frank Bruni ’86 Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

11.6.2015 Morehead-Cain Alumni of Color Gathering Morehead-Cain Foundation Offices Hosted by Venroy July ’04

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11.7.2015 Seven Event: Morehead-Cain Alumni Homecoming Open House Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

11.11.2015 Alumni Speaker Series: Amit Gupta ’08 Internal Medicine Resident, University of Michigan Health Systems Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

11.13.2015 Alumni Speaker Series: Robbie Bach ’84 Former President, Entertainment & Devices Division, Microsoft; Board of Governors, Boys & Girls Clubs of America Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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11.22–24.2015 British Morehead-Cain Selection Interviews Winston House, London

12.2.2015 Seven Event: Scholar Holiday Social Morehead-Cain Foundation | Lobby

1.4–12.2016 North Carolina Regional Morehead-Cain Selection Interviews Charlotte, Asheville, Winston-Salem, Chapel Hill, and Greenville

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1.11.2016 Spring Semester Classes Begin Check Day Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

3.5–8.2016 Morehead-Cain Final Selection Weekend Chapel Hill Keynote Speaker: Lindsay-Rae McIntyre ’97, Human Resources Vice President, IBM

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3.5.2016 Alumni-in-Residence Program: “Roads Less Traveled: Wisdom from Morehead-Cain Alumni” Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room Panelists: Amir Barzin ’06, Assistant Professor and Chief Resident, UNC Family Medicine Emma Din ’11, Harvard School of Public Health Claire Young Neely ’05, Analyst, U.S. Intelligence Community Rob Squire ’05, Senior Managing Director, CVC Capital Partners Calvin Young ’10, Co-founder, Twice

3.24.2016 Scholar Lunch-and-Learn: Financial Literacy and Your Future Morehead-Cain Foundation | Conference Room

3.29.2016 Baltimore Young Alumni Dinner Riptide on the Bay

4.7.2016 Alumni Speaker Series: Jesse Moore ’01 Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, M-KOPA Solar Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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4.27.2016 Seven Event: End-of-Year Ice Cream Social with Antonio McBroom ’08 Owner, Franklin Street Ben & Jerry’s Morehead-Cain Foundation

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5.8.2016 Commencement and Open House for Graduating Seniors and their Families Morehead-Cain Foundation

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5.12.2016 Atlanta Alumni Gathering Mercedes-Benz Stadium Preview Center Hosted by Ibrez Bandukwala ’93, Joe Craver ’63, Mike Egan ’78, Lisa Gillespie ’88, Katharine Kelley ’86, Alex Lassiter ’10, Will Rhodes ’82, and Lissa Petter Webber ’07

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5.31.2016 Gordon Cain Day “Uncle Gordon’s” 104th Birthday

7.20.2016 New York Young Alumni Meet-Up Brooklyn Botanic Garden Hosted by Samantha Terry Campbell ’03 Photos by Tony Asher ’17

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While the experiences and opportunities that resulted from receiving the Morehead-Cain would otherwise never have been possible, the most important benefit of the scholarship was the unbelievable and unparalleled group of people that I was able to meet. The friendships made during those four years in Chapel Hill continue to thrive today. I am so appreciative of the scholarship and I am so proud to be a Partner.” —Dr. Ibrez Bandukwala ’93 Morehead-Cain Partner


Young Alumni—Giving 100% The Morehead-Cain has provided me with a lifelong community that I can turn to for advice, growth, and continued personal development. As I continue to progress in my professional career, I have started to truly appreciate the Foundation’s incredible investment in and generosity toward each of us. The Foundation challenged me to think critically, taught me that education is not a linear process, and provided me with the tools to shape my own path. I give as a token of my appreciation and to make sure that Morehead-Cain is able to invest in future scholars for years to come.

Adam Jutha ’13

The Morehead-Cain is more than a scholarship. It is a life-changing experience, a second family at Carolina, and an amazing network of alumni and scholars that constantly inspires and motivates. The Morehead-Cain Foundation allowed me to pursue opportunities that changed the course of my life. For that, I will always support the Foundation in hopes that I can play a small role in helping afford those experiences and opportunities to other scholars.

Megan Thomas ’14

By providing not only the opportunity—but the expectation—to dream, explore, challenge, and discover, the Morehead-Cain pushed me to become the kind of person I wanted to be but didn’t know how to become. Along with Chipotle burritos and Carolina basketball, it is one of the few unequivocally “good” things in the world. So for me, giving back to the Morehead-Cain is simply a small way to show my appreciation for everyone who gave before me, and a small way to help ensure that the wonderful opportunity that I was given is available for generations to come.

Sasha Seymore ’15

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“Carolina needs us more than ever. Morehead-Cain needs us more than ever. It’s our time to create and build a legacy of our own.” Keith Cowan ’78 | Chair, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board

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Morehead-Cain Alumni Engagement 2016 The diverse community of Morehead-Cain Alumni is characterized not only by a lifelong love of learning, but also by a strong desire to remain invested in the vision and outcome of the Program.

10 MOREHEAD-CAIN SCHOLARSHIP FUND BOARD

14 TOGETHER CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE

106 Selection committee members

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98* Board of visitors

alumni readers

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14* UNC Board of trustees

alumni-in-residence/ alumni speakers (including the Alumni Forum)

4* UNC Board of Governors

1,100 99*

advisory team members

GAA Board members

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526 **

DONORS TO MOREHEAD-CAIN (42%)

morehead-cain partners

1,532 DONORS TO CAROLINA (50%)

510 ATTENDED AN ALUMNI EVENT OR VISITED THE FOUNDATION

172 ALUMNI ADVANTAGE PARTICIPANTS (summer visits with scholars)

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**As of June 30, 2016

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T he S election Process The Morehead-Cain selection process begins as five distinct processes, each leveraging the expertise of Foundation staff, a corps of professional readers, and hundreds of alumni interviewers and volunteer evaluators. Candidates enter our process via nomination—either their schools’ or their own—and a team of readers render initial assessments and make recommendations. It is the task of these assessors to answer the essential question: Should this applicant be considered for a semifinal interview or not? North Carolinians and British candidates are interviewed in person at the semifinalist stage, while all others choose between a telephone or Skype conversation with Foundation staff or trained alumni. The UNC Office of Undergraduate Admissions also refers to our process particularly strong Early Action applicants. From semifinal interviews, 126 finalists are identified and invited to campus for Final Selection Weekend: the point where all five selection pathways converge. For nearly four days, finalists explore Carolina, meet their scholar and candidate peers, and complete two panel interviews with small groups of our Central Selection Committee. These interviews are designed to be warm and inviting, to set the candidates at ease so that they might showcase themselves with confidence. Interviews are weighed and discussed at length, after which interviewer groups make final recommendations to Morehead-Cain trustees and selection staff. Scholarship offers are ultimately made to slightly more than half of our finalist group, depending on the target class size. In mid-March, recruitment efforts ramp up as we mobilize Carolina faculty and administrators, current scholars, and Morehead-Cain Alumni to reach out to our awardees and encourage them to accept our offer. The finalized class is announced to the public in April.

Professional Readers Ms. Jennifer Allen Ms. Elizabeth A. Bobst Ms. N. Catherine Bryson Mrs. Laura D. Colavito Ms. Aurelia Monk Mr. Frank B. Morgan Ms. Marie E. Price Mr. W. Zachary Ward Mrs. Elizabeth Williams

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CHARLOTTE

Ms. Lauren J. Agrella-Sevilla ’00, Brevard Dr. Robert E. Boykin ’02, Asheville Dr. Sarita Kumar Cross ’93, Asheville Mr. David W. Hart ’84, Arden Mrs. Karen Bailey Ramshaw ’81, Asheville Dr. Joseph C. Sitterson, Jr. ’67, Asheville Dr. Nam D. Vo ’97, Asheville Ms. Brittany F. Whitmire ’03, Brevard

Reverend L. Cuttino Alexander ’06, Stanley Mrs. Dianne Bailey, Charlotte Mr. C. Baker Burleson ’97, Charlotte Mrs. Mary Colven, Huntersville Mrs. Kindl Shinn Detar ’03, Charlotte Dr. Erika G. Gantt ’93, Charlotte Ms. Jerri A. Kallam ’00, Charlotte Dr. Victoria Donovan Lackey ’88, Charlotte Mrs. Leah Ward Miller ’86, Charlotte Mrs. Amy Fonville Owen ’85, Charlotte Mr. Michael P. Phipps ’04, Charlotte Mrs. Courtney McCarthy Ramey ’02, Charlotte Mr. Deviré M. Robinson ’06, Huntersville Mrs. Kirby Pfeiffer Sheridan ’86, Concord Mr. H. Badger Stone ’00, Charlotte Mr. Sebastian C. Williams ’10, Charlotte

CHAPEL HILL

Dr. Millie Long Barritt ’98, Chapel Hill Ms. Kathryn Claire Campbell ’97, Durham Ms. Kaylan A. Christofferson ’09, Durham Mr. Grayson E. Cooper ’12, Chapel Hill Mr. Michael Davis, Chapel Hill Ms. Paula D. Dickerson ’93, Raleigh Ms. Mary Jo Dunnington ’91, Chapel Hill Mr. R. Van Fletcher III ’99, Raleigh Ms. Wendy F. Greene ’94, Chapel Hill Mr. S. Latham Grimes ’95, Chapel Hill Mr. David M. Henderson ’92, Raleigh Ms. Amanda S. Hitchcock ’98, Chapel Hill Dr. Jerry L. Horner, Jr. ’88, Durham Major Jason W. Kemp ’03, Cary Mrs. Christine Manuel Kushner ’85, Raleigh Ms. Melody Levy, Chapel Hill Mr. Nicholas Long, Jr. ’78, Raleigh Mr. Patrick Long, Chapel Hill Mr. Antonio L. McBroom ’08, Pittsboro Dr. James G. Merrill ’73, Cary Dr. Kelly Walton Muir ’97, Durham Mrs. Shepard Daniel O’Connell ’08, Carrboro Dr. Michal Osterweil ’01, Carrboro Mr. Jonathan C. Oxford ’89, Raleigh Mrs. Kimberly Chapman Page ’00, Durham Dr. Branson H. Page ’01, Durham Mrs. Nori Sie Pennisi ’92, Raleigh Mr. Neil A. Riemann ’89, Raleigh Mr. Thomas F. Skipper ’80, Pittsboro Dr. Dax T. Varkey ’07, Chapel Hill Mr. S. Mark Williams, Chapel Hill Mrs. Ashley Wilson, Chapel Hill

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Mr. Edmund T. Baxa III ’11, Raleigh Mr. Justin M. Carreker ’03, Raleigh Mr. Brendan R. Foley, Durham Ms. Pamela J. Hartley ’93, Raleigh Ms. Amy L. Ivey ’05, Stantonsburg Mrs. Holley B. Nichols, Chapel Hill Mr. William C. Roeder ’94, Rocky Mount Mrs. Katherine Carter Santos ’03, Haw River WINSTON-SALEM

Ms. Ashlie Bucy, Greensboro Mr. C. Lee Conner ’97, Burlington Mrs. Sarah Dalrymple, Winston-Salem Mrs. Ragan P. Folan, Winston-Salem Mr. Robert H. Gourley, Jr. ’89, Mooresville Mrs. Elizabeth Davis Hughes ’14, Winston-Salem Mr. Michael E. Kelly ’71, Greensboro Mr. Harvey L. Kennedy ’74, Winston-Salem Dr. Pamela Alston Oliver ’96, Clemmons Dr. Douglas G. Ririe ’85, Winston-Salem Ms. Elizabeth A. Smith ’12, Durham Mr. Brian H. Styers ’95, Greensboro Mrs. Melanie Parker Taylor ’90, Winston-Salem Dr. Grace Emerson Terrell ’83, High Point Mr. Timothy J. Whitener ’73, Winston-Salem Mr. Scott Wierman, Winston-Salem

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Dr. Mary Floyd-Wilson Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Mr. Robert J. Bach ’84 Consultant, Xbachs LLC; Medina, Washington

Mrs. Mary D. Froelich Business Development, J. McLaughlin; Charlotte, North Carolina

Dr. Amir H. Barzin ’06 Assistant Professor and Chief Resident Physician, Department of Family Medicine, UNC Hospitals; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. Bret A. Batchelder ’91 Managing Director, Cherokee Investment Partners; Raleigh, North Carolina Mr. Philip Edward Berney ’86 CEO, Kelso & Company; New York, New York Mrs. Landis Cox Best ’88 Attorney/Partner, Cahill Gordon & Reindel; Brooklyn, New York Mr. Michael R. Bucy ’01 Partner, McKinsey & Company; Greensboro, North Carolina Ms. Susan Cates Executive Director, MBA@UNC and President of Executive Development, Kenan-Flagler Business School; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mrs. Courtney Miller Cavatoni ’93 Managing Director (Retired), J. P. Morgan; Bristol, Virginia Dr. Mark J. Crescenzi Bowman & Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, UNC-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. William B. DeArman Principal, Tailwater Capital LLC; Dallas, Texas Ms. Emma H. Din ’11 Master’s in Public Health Candidate, Harvard School of Public Health; Cambridge, Massachusetts Mr. Stephen M. Farmer Vice Provost for Enrollment and Undergraduate Admissions, UNC-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Mr. David H. Gardner ’88 Co-Founder, The Motley Fool; Washington, DC Mrs. Shilpi Somaya Gowda ’92 Author, Harper Collins; Santa Fe, California Dr. Kevin Guskiewicz Dean, College of Arts and Sciences and Kenan Distinguished Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. Gordon Gwynne-Timothy Teacher; Kingston, Ontario The Honorable Peter W. Hall ’71 U.S. Circuit Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; Rutland, Vermont Ms. Pearlynn G. Houck Attorney/Shareholder, Robinson Bradshaw; Charlotte, North Carolina Mr. Jeremy J. M. Kelly ’90 Chief Executive Officer, Provident Funding Associates, LP; Mill Valley, California Mr. Donald J. Kilbride Senior Managing Director & Partner, Wellington Management; Boston, Massachusetts Dr. George S. Lensing, Jr. Professor, Department of English, UNC-Chapel Hill; Carrboro, North Carolina Dr. Dan A. Myers ’71 President, Continental Medical Services, LLC; Kinston, North Carolina Mrs. Claire Young Neely ’05 Analyst, U.S. Intelligence Community; Washington, DC Mrs. Jill Jacobs Olson ’93 Homemaker, Greenwich, Connecticut

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Ms. Shirley A. Ort Associate Provost and Director, Office of Scholarships and Student Aid, UNC-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dr. Louis A. Pérez , Jr. J. Carlyle Sitterson Professor, Department of History, UNC-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dr. Rachel Mazyck Pfeifer ’02 President, Collegiate Directions, Inc.; Columbia, Maryland Mr. Penry Price Vice President, Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn; Greenwich, Connecticut Dr. Terry E. Rhodes Senior Associate Dean, Fine Arts & Humanities, College of Arts & Sciences, UNC-Chapel HIll; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dr. Jean P. Robert Senior Advisor, Cégep Champlain St. Lawrence; Québec

Mr. Robert J. Squire ’05 Partner, CVC Capital Partners; New York, New York Dr. Niklaus A. Steiner Director of the Center for Global Initiatives, UNC- Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. Timothy L. Taylor ’92 Managing Director, Cantor Commercial Real Estate; New York, New York Dr. Jane Thrailkill Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Associate Professor, English and Comparative Literature, UNC-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hilll, North Carolina Ms. Emily E. Vasquez ’06 Graduate Student, Department of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University School of Public Health; New York, New York Mr. Calvin W. Young ’10 Co-Founder/ CTO, Twice; San Francisco, California

Mrs. Patricia Timko Sinclair ’82 Senior Advisor, Lincoln Property Company; Manhattan Beach, California Ms. Jane Sommers-Kelly ’85 Managing Director, Duke Corporate Education; Chapel Hill, North Carolina

British Selection Process All British secondary schools are eligible to participate in the Morehead-Cain selection process. Administration of the British Programme and selection process is coordinated by the Morehead-Cain Foundation. The London-based British Morehead-Cain Scholarship Committee—established by British Morehead-Cain Alumni—oversees the selection process in Great Britain. The scholarship committee designates a selection committee each year, which interviews nominees in London and selects three to four students to interview as finalists in Chapel Hill. The selection committee works closely with a number of educational charities and associations, including the Sutton Trust and the US-UK Fulbright Commission, and also with Winston House—UNC’s home in London. British Program Liaison

Mr. Edward J. C. Perkins ’09 BRITISH MOREHEAD-CAIN SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE

Mr. Henry G. J. Stevens ’92, Chairman and Treasurer Mr. James D. Dean ’89, Vice Chairman Ms. Michelle J. Chan ’96 Mr. William D. Hayles ’07 Mr. Nicholas S. M. Johnston ’96 Mr. Alexander C. L. Lee ’11

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Mr. Craig J. MacDonald ’01 Mrs. Victoria Spence O’Driscoll ’90 Ms. Carolyn A. Payne ’95 Mr. Edward J. C. Perkins ’09 Mr. Thomas R. W. Silk ’91 Mr. James A. C. Whittle ’97

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BRITISH MOREHEAD-CAIN SELECTION COMMITTEE

Final Level Mr. Henry G. J. Stevens ’92 Mr. James D. Dean ’89 Mrs. Victoria Spence O’Driscoll ’90 Mr. Thomas R. W. Silk ’91 Winston House Ms. Stephanie A. Berke, Director

Semifinal Level Mr. Henry G. J. Stevens ’92 Mr. Alexander C. L. Lee ’11 Mr. Thomas R. W. Silk ’91 Mrs. Lotte Tulloch Wright ’07 Mr. James D. Dean ’89 Mr. William D. Hayles ’07 Mr. James A. C. Whittle ’97 Mr. Joel K. Semakula ’12

Canadian Selection Process Any qualified student graduating from an accredited high school or CEGEP in Canada may either be nominated for the Morehead-Cain Scholarship by his or her school or apply for the scholarship as a self-nominee. Semifinalists are selected by professional and staff readers and are interviewed by telephone or Skype by a committee of Canadian Morehead-Cain Alumni. Approximately four Canadian semifinalists are selected to interview as finalists in Chapel Hill. CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL READERS

Canadian Program Liaison

Mrs. Freida Ross Mr. Marco Romeo ’11

Ms. Debbie Barton-Moore

CANADIAN SELECTION COMMITTEE

Mrs. Robin Berholz Cory ’98 Ms. L. Pamela Mendoza Garcia ’08 Mr. Michael P. Jacobs ’14 Mr. Marco S. Romeo ’11 Ms. Evgeniya Serdetchnaia ’12

New Nominating Schools AFFILIATE PROGRAMS

The Joyce Ivy Foundation Ann Arbor, Michigan Schuler Scholar Program Lake Forest, Illinois OUT-OF-STATE SCHOOLS

All Saints’ Episcopal School Fort Worth, Texas Archbishop Alter High School Kettering, Ohio Archbishop McCarthy High School Southwest Ranches, Florida Archbishop Moeller High School Cincinnati, Ohio

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Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Baltimore, Maryland

Canterbury School Fort Myers, Florida

Barnwell High School Barnwell, South Carolina

Cardinal Newman High School Santa Rosa, California

BASIS Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.

Carrollwood Day School Tampa, Florida

BASIS Oro Valley Oro Valley, Arizona

Catholic High School Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Bellarmine Preparatory School Tacoma, Washington

Charleston County School of the Arts Charleston, South Carolina

Brookwood School Thomasville, Georgia

Chelsea High School Chelsea, Alabama

The Cambridge School of Dallas Dallas, Texas

Cretin-Derham Hall St. Paul, Minnesota

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Eau Gallie High School Melbourne, Florida

Mount de Sales Academy Macon, Georgia

Rowland Hall Salt Lake City, Utah

Father Ryan High School Nashville, Tennessee

Nation Ford High School Fort Mill, South Carolina

Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy Boalsburg, Pennsylvania

Frank W. Cox High School Virginia Beach, Virginia

Nazareth Academy High School La Grange Park, Illinois

Sandia Preparatory School Albuquerque, New Mexico

Garnet Valley High School Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Newark Charter High School Newark, Delaware

School Without Walls High School Washington, D.C.

Guerin Catholic High School Noblesville, Indiana

Newton North Newton, Massachusets

Seacrest Country Day School Naples, Florida

Haas Hall Academy Fayetteville, Arkanas

Notre Dame Academy Park Hills, Kentucky

Spring Hill High School Chapin, South Carolina

Holy Spirit Preparatory School Atlanta, Georgia

NYC Lab School New York, New York

St. Charles Preparatory School Columbus, Ohio

Horace Greeley High School Chappaqua, New York

Oakbrook Preparatory School Spartanburg, South Carolina

Vandegrift High School Austin, Texas

Hunterdon Central Regional High School Flemington, New Jersey

Oberlin High School Oberlin, Ohio

The Webb School Bell Buckle, Tennessee

The Out-of-Door Academy Sarasota, Florida

Westlake Academy Westlake, Texas

Padua Academy Wilmington, Deleware

Weston High School Weston, Connecticut

Pierrepont School Westport, Connecticut

Wylie E. Groves High School Beverly Hills, Michigan

Keller High School Keller, Texas The King’s Academy Woodstock, Georgia Lawton Chiles High School Tallahassee, Florida Léman Manhattan Preparatory School New York, New York Milken Community Schools Los Angeles, California

Rancho Solano Preparatory School Scottsdale, Arizona Richland Northeast High School Columbia, South Carolina Riverstone International School Boise, Idaho

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The Morehead-Cain program literally opened the world to me, so I am grateful for opportunities to help new classes of scholars explore their worlds and develop their interests. I am always inspired when I connect with current and recent scholars because their enthusiasm for bold ideas, and their confidence in the possibility of those ideas, are so positive and contagious.” —Gay Todd Shackelford ’85 Morehead-Cain Partner


T he S ummer E nrichment Pro g ram Celebrating its 42nd anniversary this summer, the Morehead-Cain Summer Enrichment Program has become the true centerpiece of the Morehead-Cain experience. This first-of-its-kind program consists of four diverse summers, strategically designed to help Morehead-Cain Scholars understand more about the world and how they can make a difference in it. These four experiences—Outdoor Leadership, Public Service, Inquiry and Exploration, and Private Enterprise—provide the framework for scholars to gain confidence, independence, and hands-on experience. After last year’s innovation that allowed scholars to use their Private Enterprise summers to work on their own business ventures, this year we piloted a new program called Civic Collaboration. This new summer opportunity sends teams of scholars to research topics relevant to city government with private and public partners. The Morehead-Cain Summer Enrichment Program provides experiences that many students might not be able to arrange or afford on their own. With the full resources of the Morehead-Cain Foundation staff, Morehead-Cain Alumni, and friends of the Program behind them, scholars have practically limitless opportunities at their fingertips. They receive stipends each summer to cover expenses, and benefit from a legacy of alumni who are eager to help the next generation of scholars in their journeys. With guidance from Morehead-Cain advisors, scholars tailor their summers to explore and expand their personal and professional interests—wherever in the world those interests may take them.

2016 Summer Enrichment Program Placements Outdoor Leadership NATIONAL OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP SCHOOL

Absaroka Backpacking Alaska Backpacking Alaska Sea Kayaking North Cascades Mountaineering Pacific Northwest Backpacking Wilderness EMT Wind River Mountaineering Wind River Wilderness Yukon Backpacking Yukon Backpacking and Wilderness Canoe OUTWARD BOUND

Boundary Waters Canoeing Boundary Waters Canoeing and Backpacking Canadian Border Canoeing Colorado Rockies Mountaineering Colorado Rockies Mountaineering and Rock Climbing High Sierra Alpine Backpacking High Sierra Alpine Backpacking and Rock Climbing Lake Superior Sea Kayaking and Backpacking Maine Appalachian Backpacking and Canoeing Maine Sailing and Backpacking

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Sarah Gilmour ’18, Destinee Grove ’17, and Gaby Nair ’18 were part of the inaugural Civic Collaboration team in Louisville, Kentucky. Photo by Eric Lee ’18.


North Cascades Alpine Backpacking North Cascades Mountaineering Oregon Rafting and Mountaineering Washington Sea Kayaking and Alpine Backpacking Washington Sea Kayaking and Mountaineering CIVIC COLLABORATION LOCATIONS 2016

Chattanooga, TN* Louisville, KY* PUBLIC SERVICE

America’s Unofficial Ambassadors, Ifrane, Morocco The Amy Biehl Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa Asha for Education, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India Awamaki, Ollantaytambo, Peru Breakthrough Collaborative, New Orleans, LA Breakthrough Collaborative, San Francisco, CA Cherokee Gives Back, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia* Cultural Canvas Thailand, Art Relief International, Chiang Mai, Thailand Daktari Bush School and Wildlife Orphanage, Hoedspruit, South Africa* Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-CAM/SRI), Phnom Penh, Cambodia Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Alajuelita, Costa Rica Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Bumwalukani, Uganda Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Limon, Nicaragua Habitat for Humanity International, Bratislava, Slovakia* Habitat for Humanity International, Cape Town, South Africa* Iracambi, Rosario da Limeira, Brazil Keep A Child Alive, Alive Medical Services, Kampala, Uganda Kondwa Day Center for Orphans, Lusaka, Zambia Maya Mountain Research Farm, San Pedro Columbia Village, Belize Pasture Valley Farm & Children’s Home, Nhlangano, Swaziland PlanetRead, Puducherry, India Reef Doctor, Ifaty, Madagascar Search for Common Ground, Freetown, Sierra Leone Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project, Baliganapalli, India Students For Students International, Zanzibar City, Tanzania Tanzania Heritage Project, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania Ubuntu Football Academy, Cape Town, South Africa UNC Project China, Guangzhou, China UNC Project Malawi, Lilongwe, Malawi Warm Heart Worldwide, Phrao, Thailand

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Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA* Department of Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland* Families Against Mandatory Minimums, Washington, DC FHI 360, Durham, NC Habitat for Humanity International, Atlanta, GA* Habitat for Humanity International, Da Nang, Vietnam* National Institutes of Health: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Bethesda, MD* National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, Oakland, CA Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, New York, NY* New York State Division of Human Rights, New York, NY Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, Washington, DC RadioWest at KUER, 90.1, NPR Utah, Salt Lake City, UT Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Gothic, CO Samskrita Bharati, Düsseldorf, Germany, and New Delhi, India San Diego Neurosurgery, San Diego, CA* Scott Warren Research Lab, Chapel Hill, NC Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY UNC Student Government, Chapel Hill, NC UNC Water Institute, Accra, Ghana University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbia, MO U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Colorado Springs, CO U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC* Vanderbilt University Department of Biomedical Informatics, Nashville, TN World Bank, Washington, DC* INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

A Creative and Comparative Literature Project: Milan Kundera, Prague and “Resistance Art”—Then and Now, Paris, France, and Prague, Czech Republic Czech Artists in Paris: Foreign Participation in the Avant-Garde Machinery of the West, Paris, France, and Prague, Czech Republic How Does the Accessibility of Support Resources at Primarily White Institutions and Historically Black Colleges and Universities Affect the Mental Health of Black Women? Chapel Hill, NC; Columbia, SC; Greensboro, NC; Indianapolis, IN; and Los Angeles, CA Benefits of the Self-Referencing Effect Within Non-Profit Education Summer Enrichment Programs, Brooklyn, NY; Charleston, SC; Chapel Hill, NC; Chicago, IL; and Washington, DC* Role of the Ecumenical European Church in the Refugee Crisis, Berlin, Germany; Calais, France; Geneva, Switzerland; Leipzig, Germany; Paris, France; Rome, Italy; Stockholm, Sweden; and Taizé, France*

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Anne Bennett Osteen ’17 interned with Aaron Hiller ’03 at the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee

Ben Lundin ’07 (right) hosted Sanjay Gadi ’18 at his company, Pacify Health, LLC

PRIVATE ENTERPRISE

Microsoft, Seattle, WA MindSights, Portland, OR MLB Advanced Media, New York, NY* The Motley Fool, Alexandria, VA* Nelson/Nygaard, San Francisco, CA Nu Image, Los Angeles, CA Outside Magazine, Santa Fe, NM* Pacify Health, LLC, Washington, DC* Parchman, Vaughan & Company, LLC, Baltimore, MD* Quizlet, San Francisco, CA* SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC* Sephora, San Francisco, CA* Sleepio, London, UK Small Enterprise Assistance Fund, Casablanca, Morocco* Small Enterprise Assistance Fund, Washington, DC* SweepSouth, Cape Town, South Africa Tandem Sports & Entertainment, Arlington, VA* Treaty Oak Distilling Company, Austin, TX Vaireco GmbH, Konstanz, Germany* Vici Capital Partners, Salt Lake City, UT* Viget, Washington, DC Wells Fargo & Company, Charlotte, NC

Adi Partners, New York, NY Albright Stonebridge Group, Washington, DC* Ancestry.com LLC, Lehi, UT* Atlas Obscura, Brooklyn, NY Bacchus Brewing Company, Brisbane, Australia Bain & Company, Atlanta, GA* Baylor Scott & White Health, Dallas, TX* Better Future Factory, Rotterdam, Netherlands Boston Consulting Group (BCG), Dallas, TX* Brown Advisory, Washington, DC* Capital-E, Washington, DC* Cleveland Indians, Cleveland, OH* Coronal Group LLC, Charlottesville, VA Eastman Chemical Company, Kingsport, TN EuropaCorp USA and Ideate Media, Los Angeles, CA Fast Company Studios, New York, NY Gol Labs, New York, NY Goldman Sachs, New York, NY Green Top Farms, New York, NY* Imprint, New York, NY* Iwana, London, UK JP Morgan Chase & Co., New York, NY LearnZillion, Washington, DC* LinkedIn, Mountain View, CA Lucky 8 Pictures, New York, NY* Matter., New York, NY* Matter., San Francisco, CA* Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, Melbourne, Australia McKinsey & Company, Atlanta, GA*

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PRIVATE ENTERPRISE VENTURE

The Meantime, Chapel Hill, NC FreshSpire, Chapel Hill, NC

*Morehead-Cain Alumni-facilitated placements

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My time at Carolina with the Morehead Program was an extraordinary experience that changed my life. It helped me develop confidence in my own abilities but more importantly, it kindled my desire to actively participate in making a positive difference in our world. My experience as a Morehead Scholar helped me develop as a whole person and I have become a Partner of the Program to help others have a similar experience.” —Hugh Patterson ’60 Morehead-Cain Partner


The John Motley Morehead Society The John Motley Morehead Society planned-giving society was created in 2007 to recognize the legacy gifts of alumni and friends and to pay tribute to the founder of the Morehead-Cain Program. John Motley Morehead believed that an investment in the education of young leaders would yield the greatest return and make the biggest difference in our world. It was this conviction that led him to establish a trust in 1945 to support the scholarship program and to later turn it into a permanent legacy through a substantial additional gift by bequest in 1965. It is this same conviction that inspires the planned giving of alumni and friends. With gratitude and esteem, we recognize the following members of the John Motley Morehead Society:

Anonymous (3) James Lawrence Alexandre ’79 Oliver Filley Ames, Jr. ’85 Linda Evans Balch and Timothy John Balch ’67 George William Bates ’62 Charles Palmer Brown ’64 Stephen Eugene Buie ’77 Jack Pool Byrd ’72 Robert Marshall Campbell ’74 Richard Gordon Cashwell ’59 Lucy H. Chatham Robert Feaster Coleman III ’68 Keith Osburn Cowan ’78 Francis Hopkinson Craighill III ’61 Joseph Malcolm Craver ’63 Michael Scott Deimler ’86 Alan T. Dickson Michael Joseph Egan III ’78 Kenneth W. Epps Ashe B. Exum ’60 Don Parks Foster ’73 Claudia M. Frost and David Earl Frost ’80 Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. ’61 Thomas Alasdair Geddes ’00 David Michael Giltinan ’84 Walter Raleigh Graham, Jr. ’66 William Albert Graham ’65 Louis Haynes Gump ’61 Robert Hodges Hackney, Jr. ’75 Carolyn Griffin Hall ’85

Jennifer Lloyd Halsey ’94 Joseph Baylor Henninger, Jr. ’72 Chancy McLean Kapp and Michael Keith Kapp ’76 Jeremy John Marshall Kelly ’90 Jane Sommers-Kelly ’85 and Robert Kelly ’84 David Meade Kern ’75 Michael Ray Knowles ’67 Thomas J. Koontz ’62 Marianna H. Larkin and John Adrian Larkin III Joseph Michael Loughran III ’90 Haddon Spurgeon Mackie, Jr. ’73 Patricia Buchanan Maggard and Robert E. Maggard Michael Albert Menius ’68 David McDaniel Moore II ’66 John B. Noland Dana Burgess O’Donovan ’95 Walker Lynch Poole ’87 Ashley L. Richards Reckford and Jonathan Thomas More Reckford ’84 Robert E. Sevier ’62 James David Sink ’72 Kenneth Gaines Smith ’84 Frank Charles Sullivan ’83 William Harrison Ulfelder II ’90 Lawrence Crumpler Walker, Jr. ’57 Stephen Lee Wallenhaupt ’74 John Cooper Westall ’71 Mary Winifred White ’01 Leon F. Woodruff, Jr. ’68

Membership in this Society is open to all alumni, parents, and friends who document a bequest, retirement plan designation, charitable trust, or gift annuity to benefit the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund.

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Family First: Carolyn Griffin Hall ’85 Carolyn Griffin Hall cares deeply about many things. But nothing may top her love of family—a cherished group that includes her fellow Morehead-Cains. “We’re a multi-generational, extended family,” Carolyn said. “We’ve all had similar but different experiences, linked by our time in Chapel Hill.” And what a time it was. Carolyn says she will always remember Chapel Hill for the people, the places, and the wide breadth of experiences that Carolina offered an 18-year-old arriving from Atlanta, Georgia. She calls the town and University a magical place. And her experiences as a Morehead-Cain Scholar? Transformational. “The Foundation provided me with an amazing college experience,” she said. “It’s really made all the difference in my life.” Long after graduation, the Program continues to have a significant impact on her life. Carolyn says the scholarship gave her the confidence to believe in herself—a self-assuredness that continues to serve her well today. Many of her fellow scholars and classmates remain her closest friends. And she says meeting current scholars as they begin their Morehead-Cain journeys and lives as Tar Heels brings her joy. “To see what current scholars are able to do inspires me,” Carolyn said. That combination of joy, inspiration, and gratitude compelled Carolyn to become a member of the John Motley Morehead Society, adding the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund to her estate plans. “The scholarship was as liberating as any opportunity I’ve had,” she said. “And I thought, ‘who wouldn’t want this amazing experience to be had by more people?’” Carolyn understands how much the scholarship can change scholars’ lives. But it is not lost on her how much it can impact their families’ lives as well. Shortly after Carolyn began life at Carolina as a scholar, the cancer her mother had battled for years returned. Carolyn says the financial freedom offered by the scholarship allowed her parents to seek the best care possible without the fear of jeopardizing their ability to pay for their daughter’s college education. “Now that my parents are no longer living, it’s up to me to express our family’s gratitude,” she said. “Giving back was instilled in me by them.” Carolyn appreciates many people may not want to think about their own mortality. But she hopes her gift can help dispel some of the myths and preconceived notions about planned giving. “It’s not morbid, it’s never too early to start thinking about it, and it’s not just for the very wealthy,” she said. Carolyn says she wants to help make sure the experiences and benefits she had will be enjoyed by future scholars and their families. And there is an added benefit— growing her own multi-generational, extended family.

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T he D iscovery Fund Launched in 2008, the Discovery Fund is one of the more recent innovations to the Morehead-Cain Program. Through the Discovery Fund, each scholar may apply for grants of up to a total of $8,000 over the course of his or her four years at Carolina. Discovery Fund grants allow scholars to say “yes” to serendipitous opportunities that will accelerate their life experience and increase their self-awareness. The Discovery Fund provides opportunities to explore new ideas, develop practical skills, and connect with Morehead-Cain Alumni.

How do scholars use the Discovery Fund? Scholars have used Discovery Fund grants for participating in workshops, retreats, and clinics; for presenting at conferences; for shadowing, networking, and informational interviewing opportunities; for conducting research; for pursuing innovative ideas; and for unique skill acquisition.

One of my favorite visits was to Haafell goat farm. Because I arrived about an hour early, I had the chance to sit and talk with the owner, Johanna, about her work and experience as a goat farmer, but also about her soap- and salve-making business, the garden where she grows the berries and herbs she uses in her jams and beauty products, as well as the natural healing remedies she derives from plants. And then, once we visited the goat barn, I got to hold the most adorable three-week-old baby goat! —Rossi Anastopoulo ’17 studied sustainable food and agriculture in Iceland As for my alumni contacts, before leaving for the Expo, I spoke with Dr. Rudi ColloredoMansfeld ’87 and attended his lecture during the Alumni Forum [“Building Sustainable Food Systems: Do Communities Stand in the Way?”]. I would like to follow up with him to ask some more questions about communities, heritage, and food sustainability. I also spoke with Kevin Callaghan ’89 [owner of Acme Food & Beverage Company in Carrboro, NC] about his experience as a chef of a Southern cuisine restaurant and how he has, like many other important Southern chefs, established a Southern food culture. —Tita González Peña ’16 attended the ExpoMilano in Milan, Italy, to explore the relationship between food and heritage in various countries in order to determine how large a role heritage and culture play in the success of a nation’s food system I went into my research expecting to find a notable difference between New Orleans and the rest of the U.S., in terms of startup culture and nature. I also expected to see a struggling city, still rebuilding from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. What I found was counter to my expectations. I found that the issues around which the startups were focused were slightly different, in that they were focused on some of the most pressing issues in the area, but that they were not different from the rest of the nation in many ways. —Alex Clayton ’17 researched the role of innovation and entrepreneurship in post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans

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Caroline and I did a twilight climb of the beautiful Sydney Harbor Bridge. After almost an hour of being suited and geared up, the instructor told our group of about ten to fifteen people that whoever felt they might be slowest, or the most nervous, should walk up in the front close to him. Being the youngest pair of climbers by far, we figured we were relatively adventurous and looked around waiting for someone else to volunteer. After a few uncomfortable minutes, we said we wouldn’t mind being in the front if no one else wanted to. It ended up being the best decision ever, as we enjoyed the most beautiful views of the Sydney Opera House with no one in front to block us, and had an extensive conversation with our guide about why we were in Australia. —Lindsay Gorman ’16 and Caroline Woronoff ’17 explored the public perception of gun violence and gun control legislation in Sydney, Australia Being the youngest person at the boot camp was fascinating because I had everything to prove and nothing to lose. I learned how to take initiative with people who had already had long and established careers, and how to work in a team of superaccomplished people in such a way that I was able to make myself heard and yet continue to learn. I also learned about the designthinking process, and will definitely be selecting parts of the process I can apply to my daily life or other ventures I take on. —Sami Lachgar ’18 attended a ten-day design-thinking boot camp run by Corey Ford ’00 and his team at Matter.—a startup accelerator in San Francisco I particularly enjoyed the contrast between the curated sections in either show. The Armory Show focused on contemporary African perspectives, showcasing fourteen galleries and a diverse representation of work by emerging artists all over Africa. At TEFAF, the curated section was the only contemporary section in the whole show (and this was only the second year that TEFAF had included contemporary art)—thus a very stark contrast to the Armory show, which was nearly wholly predicated upon embracing new and upcoming art. —Caroline Orr ’16 attended two different art fairs (The Armory Art Show in New York and TEFAF Art Fair in Maastricht, The Netherlands) to conduct a comparative analysis I did my original research last summer, which highlighted the uniqueness of a subset of ATI participants (essentially showing that most people’s viral rebound kinetics are the same, with the exception of maybe 5% of the population). Naturally, the question that arises is, “what is so special about that 5% that helps them stay suppressed?” Thankfully, my lab continued to research that question through the end of the summer and fall, and the poster presenting that research was right next to mine at the conference. So whenever I would get a question I did not think I could answer adequately, I’d just say “take five steps to your left.” Quite convenient, I’d say. —Graham Treasure ’17 attended the 2016 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infection (CROI) in Boston to present his research on Viral Load outcomes, which he undertook during his 2015 summer internship with Brigham & Women’s Hospital

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When it comes to the Morehead-Cain experience, I am blown away by the power of the alumni giving back in so many different ways. To me, being a MoreheadCain Partner takes this alumni connectivity even further and strengthens the Program to reach its full potential.” —Channing Mitzell ’16 Morehead-Cain Partner

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Morehead-Cain Alumni Benefactors Through sustained loyalty and generosity, our Morehead-Cain Alumni Benefactors join us in our mission of sustaining and enhancing the excellence of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. These benefactors’ contributions of $100,000 or more over time, through cumulative annual-fund giving and deferred-gift commitments, ensure the success of the Morehead-Cain Program today and tomorrow.

Julia and James Lawrence Alexandre ’79 Timothy John Balch ’67 Claire and Ibrez Rafiq Bandukwala ’93 Virginia S. and Bret Allan Batchelder ’91 Jane Pollock and Philip Edward Berney ’86 John Daniel Binnie ’85 Carson Holding Brice ’89 Jane and Timothy Brooks Burnett ’62 Lisa Jeffries Caldwell ’83 The Chatham Foundation Haywood Day Cochrane, Jr. ’70 Luther Parks Cochrane ’74 (Law) Robert Feaster Coleman III ’68 Keith Osburn Cowan ’78 Francis Hopkinson Craighill III ’61 Joseph Malcolm Craver ’63 Thomas Francis Darden II ’76 Dian and Michael Scott Deimler ’86 Mary Anne Dickson Michael Frank Elliott ’80 Sherry Honeycutt Everett ’98 and Lewis “Luke” Moore Everett Margaret McKinnon Gardner ’88 and David Herr Gardner ’88 Lynn Crowder Greer ’85 Louis Haynes Gump ’61 Shauna Holiman and Robert H. Hackney, Jr. ’75 Jennifer Lloyd Halsey ’94 Silvia Campo and David Anthony Hermer ’89 Elizabeth and Patrick James Heron ’92

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Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 and Joseph Reeves Hyde III Lisa C. and W. Steven Jones ’74 Michael Ray Knowles ’67 Thomas Jeffrey Koontz ’62 Sallie Lee Krawcheck ’87 Ann Martinelli Livermore ’80 L. Joseph Loveland, Jr. ’73 Elisabetta and Peter G. C. Mallinson ’82 Randolph Carlos Metcalfe ’76 Richard Lofton Michaux ’73 (Business) Angier and Robert Alexander Miller III ’96 Dana Burgess O’Donovan ’95 Carolyn F. and P. Harold O’Tuel, Jr. ’60 Jill Jacobs Olson ’93 Anne and Walker Lynch Poole ’87 Anne and James Bobbitt Powell Gay Todd Shackelford ’85 Patricia Timko Sinclair ’82 and William D. Sinclair Kenneth Gaines Smith ’84 Sherwood Hubbard Smith, Jr. ’60 (Law) Jamie and Matthew Lewis Soule ’91 Robert John Squire ’05 Barbara and Frank Charles Sullivan ’83 Jane and Timothy Patrick Sullivan ’85 Jennifer Lynn Steinbrenner Swindal ’81 Kathylee and G. Kennedy Thompson ’73 Joseph Leon Turner ’79 (Business) Lawrence Crumpler Walker, Jr. ’57 David Newton Webb ’75 Leon Festus Woodruff, Jr. ’68


“I’ve often described the Morehead-Cain Scholarship as Carolina’s secret sauce.” Dr. James C. Moeser | Chancellor Emeritus

TOGETHER.


Morehead-Cain Scholar impact on the University Scholarship 31 of UNC’s last 34

Rhodes Scholars

All 5 of UNC’s

Mitchell Scholars

2 of UNC’s 3 winners Gates Cambridge Scholars

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Fulbright Scholars and Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships

Leadership

Business

27

Company Founders, Co-Founders, and CEOs

Student Body Presidents

21

honor court chairs

322

Members of the Order of the Golden Fleece

33

Campus Y Co-Presidents

24 of UNC’s 38

More than 100 Campus Organizations founded, including:

19 of UNC’s 33

Students for Students International (s4si)

Luce Scholars

Truman Scholars

HOPE Gardens

Over 1,000

Phi Beta Kappa Members

Over 1,000

Honors Carolina participants

More than 300

North Carolina Fellows

… and around the world.

Nourish International UNC Dance Marathon UNC Clef Hangers and UNC Loreleis Student Environmental Action Coalition

Galahad Clark ’99 VivObarefoot shoes

Of the 308,000+ Carolina alumni, only 3,000 are Morehead-Cains. We ’ re o n ly a s m a l l f r a c t i o n o f the tot a l a l u m n i gro u p, b u t W E ’ V E H AD AN O U T SIZ E D IMPAC T . together , w e c a n gro w o u r i m p a c t e v e n m ore .

TAYLOR BRANCH ’68 RICHARD LENSKI ’82

daVid gardner ’88 The Motley Fool SALLIE KRAWCHECK ’87 Ellevate and Ellevest women’s networks

Pulitzer Prize Recipients

jonathan reckford ’84 Habitat for Humanity International

KEITH BRADSHER ’86 TAYLOR BRANCH ’68

Danae Ringelmann ’00 Indiegogo tim sullivan ’85 Ancestry.com

Athletics

dacia toll ’94 Achievement First

BOBBY EVANS ’91 General Manager of the San Francisco Giants

Dennis Whittle ’83 GlobalGiving

kate harris ’05 One of Canada’s Top 10 Adventurers

Technology robbie bach ’84 Former President, Entertainment & Devices Division at Microsoft ann livermore ’80 Director and Former EVP of Hewlett-Packard

jennifer steinbrenner swindal ’81 General Partner and Vice Chair of the New York Yankees john sWOfford ’71 Commissioner of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) malcolm turner ’93 President of the NBA Development League

jamie rosenberg ’92 VP Digital Content at Google

The Cellar Door literary magazine Carolina Microfinance Initiative

MacArthur Fellowship (“Genius Grant”) Recipients

Government

Medicine & Research

jim cooper ’75 U.S. Congressman, Tennessee’s Fifth Congressional District

FRANCIS COllins ’77 Director of the National Institutes of Health

ROY COOPER ’79 North Carolina Attorney General

Mike Kastan ’77 Director of the Duke Cancer Institute

david price ’61 U.S. Congressman, North Carolina’s Fourth Congressional District

Steven Piantadosi ’73 Director of the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai

JENNIFER WATSON ROBERTS ’82 Mayor of Charlotte

Ned Sharpless ’88 Director of Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center


S cholar I m pact at C arolina 2015–2016

Awards and Prizes Emma Marie Astrike-Davis ’18 Varsity Letter, Cross Country Female Winner, 2016 Raleigh Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon Eric Alexander Barefoot ’16    Chancellor’s Award: The Op White Prize in Geology Jacob Jablon Bernstein ’16 Top Ten Scholar-Athlete Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award Varsity Letter, Fencing Nicholas Edward Byrne ’19 Fan Favorite Award, Carolina Environmental Film Festival Christopher Jin Yang Combemale ’19 First-Place Winner, Carolina Environmental Film Festival Peter Elliott Diaz ’16 Chancellor’s Award: The Interfraternity Council Man of the Year Award Blake Horrigan Dodge ’18 Second-Team All-ACC, Indoor Track Ian Michael Gallager ’16 Chancellor’s Award: The McNally Award for Excellence in Geography Kate Goldenring ’19 First-Place in Age Group, Emerald Isle Marathon Robert Morris Griffin Gourley ’18 Double Awardee, Carolina Global Photography Competition Destinee Hope Grove ’17 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Larry Han ’16 Delta Omega Undergraduate Recognition Award, School of Public Health

Matthew David Llewellyn Jackman ’18 Winner, 2016 Carolina Create-a-thon, UNC Ideation Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 Winner, Orange County Grant for Economic Development Karine Lisa Martel ’16 Chancellor’s Award: The Peter C. Baxter Memorial Prize in American Studies Kent Matthew McDonald ’19 Best News Desk Staffer, The Daily Tar Heel Meredith Gracen Miller ’17 Joshua Meador Prize in History Joseph Robert Nail ’19 Winner, BASES Social Entrepreneurship Competition at Stanford University (for startup FairED) Adeyemi Ademide Olatunde ’18 Varsity Letter, Fencing Most-Improved Award, Men’s Épée Team Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Phillippa Frances Owens ’19 Third Place, Deloitte Case Competition Morgan McKenna Pergande ’17 Ron Wooten Greek Leadership Award Erik Reinhard Schoning ’17 George B. Wynne Undergraduate Prize in Fiction Elizabeth Therese Schroeder ’16 Dashiell-Thurstone Prize for Best Honors Thesis in Psychology Hannah Brown Sloan ’18 Winner, #TheBigIdea Project (for startup FreshSpire) Grand Prize Winner, BB&T Discovery Forum, N.C. State University Institute for Emerging Issues (for startup FreshSpire)

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Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. ’18 The Herington Prize in Greek Rhea Jane Wyse ’16 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Ottavia Zattra ’17 Dunlevie Honors Research Award Morgan Elizabeth Zemaitis ’17 Sigma Xi Student Travel Award

Scholarships and Fellowships Sandy Ellen Alkoutami ’18 Duke University Mellon Fellow Jonathan Tyler Alvarez ’18 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Darryl Keith Beasley, Jr. ’19 Froelich Honors Fellowship Jacob Jablon Bernstein ’16 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Allison Anne Carter ’19 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Rebekah Claire Cockram ’18 Phillips Ambassador Scott Andrews Diekema ’19 Edmund B. Ross III BSBA Scholarship, Kenan-Flagler Business School Claire McBride Drysdale ’18 George Kachergis Studio Art Scholarship Beatrice B. Pearman Undergraduate Research Grant in Art Danielle Alexis Fowler ’19 James K. McLean Scholarship Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi ’18 National Merit Scholarship Kate Goldenring ’19 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship

Rhea Wyse ’16 and Destinee Grove ’17

James Thomas Gooding III ’16 Coca-Cola Scholarship Cultural Competence Leadership Institute Scholarship Robert Morris Griffin Gourley ’18 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Stembler Scholar-Elect, School of Media and Journalism Larry Han ’16 Gates Cambridge Scholarship Schwarzman Scholars Program Blake Marie Hauser ’16 Churchill Scholarship Morgan James Howell ’17 Covenant Scholarship

Ana Guerrero ’19, Kristen Gardner ’18, and Cecilia Polanco ’16

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Alice Haiyu Huang ’16 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

Corinne Spencer ’19 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship

Martha Butler Isaacs ’17 WTS-NC Triangle Sharon D. Banks Memorial Scholarship

Gabriella Hope Stein ’19 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship

Malik Savoy McNeil Jabati ’19 UNC Black Student Movement “We Gon’ Be Alright” Scholarship

Graham Charles Treasure ’17 CROI Young Investigator Scholarship

Erik Michael Johnson ’19 NC/NASA Space Grant Undergraduate Scholarship Ewing Schleeter Harris BSBA Scholarship Rachel Elizabeth Joyner ’19 NC/NASA Space Grant Undergraduate Scholarship

Ariana Brynn Vaisey ’17 Herbert B. Mayo Fellowship for Undergraduate Research, Economics Department Daverian Travun Williams ’18 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship James Scott Williams ’16 Marshall Scholarship

Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 GLOBE Fellowship Eric Hanlin Lee ’18 Phillips Ambassador CUBE Fellow Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Tony Hong Liu ’17 Phillips Ambassador Conrad Yunfei Ma ’19 Carolina Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow (C-SURF) Joseph Robert Nail ’19 Coca-Cola Scholarship National Merit Scholarship Elizabeth Grace Nicholls ’18 Thomas J. Watson Memorial Scholarship

Lauren Kent ’17

Bradley Calvin Ochieng Opere ’17 Martin Luther King Scholarship Corey Landever Risinger ’18 Coca-Cola Scholarship Nakisa Sadeghi ’17 Edmund B. Ross III BSBA Scholarship, Kenan-Flagler Business School Maximillian P. M. Seunik ’15 Schwarzman Scholars Program John Wilson Sink ’17 National Merit Corporate Scholarship Andrew Wells ’16 and Will Almquist ’16

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Campus Leadership Alicia Hayne Alford ’17 Co-Chair, Build the Hill, Campus Y Scholar Director, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors Sandy Ellen Alkoutami ’18 Co-Director of Communications, Students for Students International (S4Si) Undergraduate Oral History Researcher, Center for Documentary Studies Arab Refugee Project William Perry Almquist ’16 Chair, Undergraduate Honor Court Treasurer, Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Director of Operations, Carolina Creates Jonathan Tyler Alvarez ’18 Co-Founder, Flip Cup, Bryan Fellowship Initiative Goalkeeper, National Champion Club Soccer Team Krunal Dhaval Amin ’16 Research Assistant, Berg Lab, Genetics Department Research Assistant, Deshmukh Lab, Cell and Developmental Biology Department Rossi Akim Anastopoulo ’17 Director of Product Development, Junior Partner, The Sonder Market Student Representative, Steering Committee, Food for All Chancellor’s Student Innovation Team (CSIT)

Vincent Charles Andracchio III ’17 Campaign Manager, Student Body President Campaign Greek Liaison, Student Government Cabinet Member, Secretary, Phi Gamma Delta Ryan Austin Armstrong ’19 Treasurer, Carolina General Aviation Anthony Michael Asher ’17 Media Director, Student Body President Campaign Emma Marie Astrike-Davis ’18 President, Art for Hospice Varsity Track and Field Carolyne Alice Barker ’19 Director of Communications, Build the Hill, Campus Y Darryl Keith Beasley, Jr. ’19 Varsity Football Timber Grey Beeninga ’17 Co-Chair-Elect, Community Empowerment Fund, Campus Y Service Chair, Reformed University Fellowship Board of Directors, Impact NC Nicole Lawton Behnke ’16 Co-President, A Drink for Tomorrow Vice Chair, Undergraduate Honor Court Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors Mary Grady Burnette Bell ’18 Co-Chair, Speakers at Carolina Claire Elizabeth Bennett ’16 Co-Director, Enrich ELL Program Jacob Jablon Bernstein ’16 State Farm National Youth Advisory Board Co-Founder, CommuniGift Co-Founder, VolunTEEN Nation Captain, Varsity Men’s Fencing Team Travis Benjamin Broadhurst ’18 North Carolina Association of Residence Halls 2016 State Conference Chair Commissioner, N.C. Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service High Adventure National Events Team Lead, National Communications, Order of the Arrow

Jake Bernstein ’16

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Mary Beth Browne ’19 Secretary-General-Elect, Model United Nations at Chapel Hill (MUNCH) Co-Director for Campus Affairs, American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO)

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Grace Harper Buie ’18 Chapel Hill Town Council Representative, State and External Affairs Committee, Student Government UNC-Chapel Hill Representative, Chapel Hill Town Council Sustainability Advisory Board Türker Bulut ’16 Vice President, Undergraduate Business Technology Club (UBTC) Nicholas Edward Byrne ’19 Media Director, Build the Hill, Campus Y Rush Chair, Sigma Phi Society Allison Anne Carter ’19 Co-Founder, Outreach Chair, MindFull Outreach Co-Chair, She’s the First Andre Bicalho Ceccotti ’18 Managing Associate, Student Attorney General’s Staff Co-Chair, Community Empowerment Fund, Campus Y Student Justice, UNC Supreme Court Scholar Director-Elect, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors

Bradley Opere ’17, Will Whitehurst ’16, Sarah Molina ’16, and Zak Merdi ’16

Rebecca Marie Chaisson ’18 Public Relations and Communications Coordinator, Solar Head of State Alexander Darwin Clayton ’17 Director, Campus Relations, Eve Marie Carson Junior-Year Scholarship International Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors Honors Ambassador, Honors Carolina Caroline Lowery ’16

Rebekah Claire Cockram ’18 Director of Student Outreach, UNC Honor System Managing Associate, Student Attorney General’s Staff David William Collins ’18 Treasurer, Co-President, Waterski and Wakeboard Club Stephen Bundy Cone, Jr. ’16 Vice President, Co-Founder, UNC Bass Fishing Club Philanthropy Chair, Chi Psi Peter Elliot Diaz ’16 Vice President, Phi Delta Theta Order of Omega Scott Andrews Diekema ’19 Founder, The Meantime, Campus Y Tony Asher ’17, Eric Lee ’18, and Anita Simha ’17

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Blake Horrigan Dodge ’18 Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Athletic Department Varsity Track and Field Anna Elizabeth Dodson ’18 Service Chair, Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society Ana Claire Dougherty ’17 Senior Advocate, Financial Coaching Fellow, Community Empowerment Fund Leadership Team, Criminal Justice Awareness and Action, Campus Y John Charles Drouilhet IV ’19 Philanthropy Chair, Club Rugby Claire McBride Drysdale ’18 Co-Chair, Art&Life, Campus Y Organizer, Mixed Concrete Art Exhibition Honors Ambassador, Honors Carolina Olivia Grace Dunn ’19 Concert Manager, Loreleis Lauren Alexandra Eaves ’18 Co-President-Elect, Campus Y Director of Membership, Campus Y Co-Director, First-Year Council, Campus Y Co-Founder, The Meantime, Campus Y Harry Joe Edwards ’17 Chief of Staff, Executive Branch of Student Government Student Body Treasurer-Elect, Executive Branch of Student Government James Patrick Ellsmoor ’16 Director of Project Development, Solar Head of State Elizabeth Kendrick Essen ’19 Choreographer, Kenan Theatre Company Sam Michael John Fletcher ’16 Director, LAB! Theatre McKenzie Sean Folan ’17 Co-Director, Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund President, Chi Psi Board of Directors, Carolina Union

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Caroline Christine Folz ’18 Executive Board, College Member Coordinator, Best Buddies, Campus Y Director of Philanthropy, Vice President II, Zeta Tau Alpha Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi ’18 2016 Conference Co-Director, American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) Director-Elect of Community, Honors Carolina Student Board Meghana Ganapathiraju ’19 Treasurer, Ek Taal Indian Classical Dance Team Nancy Zhang Gao ’17 Finance Organizer, Pearl Hacks Kristen Marie Gardner ’18 Leadership Committee and Radio Latijam, Carolina Hispanic Association Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor Resident Advisor, Sustainability Community Rachel Katherine Gideon ’19 Women’s Varsity Rowing Kate Goldenring ’19 Co-Founder, MindFull Tavia Isaura González Peña ’16 Certified Application Counselor, Spanish Application Coordinator, Get Covered Carolina Initiative Clinic Interpreter, Student Health Action Coalition (SHAC) Shamrock ’n’ Run 2016 Chair, Kappa Delta James Thomas Gooding III ’16 Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor Founder, Coordinator, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Forum, Student Government Executive Board Co-Chair and Cultural Committee, Holi Moli Lindsay Paige Gorman ’16 Social Chair, Senior Class Marshals Robert Morris Griffin Gourley ’18 Co-Chair, Build the Hill, Campus Y Director of Photography, Communications Task Force, Student Government Senior Web Designer, Communications Specialist, Solar Head of State Solar Head of State Representative, Lend for America Summit

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Destinee Hope Grove ’17 Co-President, UNC Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) President-Elect, Carolina Athletic Training Students’ Association (CATSA) Trainer, Carolina Athletic Training Students’ Association District 3 Representative, National Athletic Trainers’ Association Student Leadership Committee Samuel O’Brien Haddad ’18 President, UNC Gaelic Athletic Association Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Larry Han ’16 C-START Course Instructor: The Re-Emergence of Infectious Diseases: From Cholera to Ebola and Beyond 2016 Post-Baccalaureate University Teaching Awards Selection Committee Organizing Committee Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Blake Marie Hauser ’16 Executive Director, Eve Marie Carson Junior-Year Scholarship President, Kappa Kappa Gamma C-START Course Instructor: The Re-Emergence of Infectious Diseases: From Cholera to Ebola and Beyond Supplementary Instruction Session Leader, Biology Department

Emma Astrike-Davis ’18

Hannah Bromley Hodge ’18 Secretary, Saint Anthony Hall (Delta Xi Psi) Morgan James Howell ’17 Board Member, Director of Technology, Carolina Creates Founder, Alescro, 1789 Founder, Application Committee Head, GURU Martha Butler Isaacs ’17 Outreach Coordinator, St. Anthony Hall (Delta Xi Psi) Bridge Builder, Immigrant and Refugee Community Partnership Malik Savoy McNeil Jabati ’19 Co-Founder, Treasurer, Blacks and Latinx in Computer Science Outreach Chair, Black Student Movement Academic Chair, Sigma Phi Society

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James Ellsmoor ’16, Sam Fletcher ’16, Alex Clayton ’17, and Matty Jackman ’18

Matthew David Llewellyn Jackman ’18 Undergraduate Representative, Sustainability Advisory Committee, Student Government Philanthropy Chair, Chi Psi Social Chair, Tar Heel Voices Volunteer Practice Player, Varsity Field Hockey Caleb Nathaniel Jadrich ’18 President, Carolina Jiu-jitsu Undergraduate Researcher, Miller Lab, Chemistry Department Robert Kirkman Jarrell ’19 Community Governor, Residence Hall Association Executive Assistant, Student Government Executive Branch Housing Advisory Board, Department of Housing and Residential Education Residence Hall Association Board of Governors Caroline Spears Jennings ’17 Research Assistant, Penn Lab, Psychology Department Erik Michael Johnson ’19 Strategy and Fundraising Director, Solar Head of State Research Intern, Department of Astronomy

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Regan Nicole Johnson ’19 Secretary, College Republicans Outreach Chair, Wesley Campus Ministry Pooja Dhanesh Joshi ’19 Publicity Co-Chair, UNC Samaa (South Asian Fusion a Cappella) Researcher, Cohen Lab, UNC School of Medicine Rachel Elizabeth Joyner ’19 Researcher, Skynet, Morehead Observatory Elaine Kaye Kearney ’18 Research Assistant, Biometric Consulting Lab, Biostatistics Department Jessie Ann Keener ’19 Executive Assistant to the Student Body President, Student Government Finance Chair, Club Soccer Lauren Grace Kent ’17 Publicity Manager, Executive Board, Loreleis Executive Board, Project Literacy, Campus Y

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Ashish Thakurdas Khanchandani ’18 Publicity/Outreach Chair, Best Buddies, Campus Y Brigade Leader, Global Brigades Colby Dixon Kirkpatrick ’19 Branding, Marketing, and Social Media, The Meantime, Campus Y Philanthropy Chair, Chi Psi Ina Kosova ’16 Student Attorney General Elena Rosa Kovalik ’18 Director of Finance, Students for Students International Researcher, Warren Research Lab, Chemistry Department Neha Khurana Kukreja ’16 Captain, UNC Women’s Table Tennis Club Choreographer, Kamikazi Hip Hop Dance Crew North Carolina Social Mission Coordinator, Ben & Jerry’s Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 Student-Leader, Kenan-Flagler Business School Global Business Center Teaching Assistant, Foreign Policy Association Fundraising Manager, National Champion Club Soccer Team Co-Founder, Flitcar Service Chair, Sigma Phi Society Melanie Amber Langness ’19 Executive Assistant to the Student Body President-Elect Advertising Chair, Carolina Advocating for Gender Equality (CAGE) Hunter Jennings Latimer ’18 Board of Directors, Undergraduate Consulting Club STAR Fellow, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Eric Hanlin Lee ’18 Co-Founder, Co-Chair, Build the Hill, Campus Y Chair of Student Engagement, Student Government Executive Branch Founder, Curator, Hark

Constance Elizabeth Longmate ’19 Delegate, American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) National Champion Club Field Hockey Team Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund Caroline Kellogg Lowery ’16 Treasurer, Carolina Creates Conference Design Co-Director, TEDxUNC Ariana Tamar Miller Lutterman ’16 Canadian Delegate with Young Diplomats of Canada, G20 Summit Conference Design Co-Director, TEDxUNC Choreographer, Blank Canvas Dance Company Hoang My Linh Luu ’18 Co-Executive Director, Students for Students International Conrad Yunfei Ma ’19 Vice President of Technology, Undergraduate Business Technology Club (UBTC) TarHeelReader Project Director, Enabling Technology Club Niman Mann ’18 Undergraduate Researcher, Vincent Lab, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Karine Lisa Martel ’16 Managing Associate, Student Attorney General’s Staff Academic Chair, Alpha Pi Omega Kent Matthew McDonald ’19 Producer, Director, and Performer, Company Carolina Allison Rae McGuire ’18 Officer, Club Swimming Nicholas Lance McKenzie ’19 Co-Chair, Membership Engagement, Nourish International Undergraduate Research Assistant, Lohmann Lab, Biology Department

Rachel Susannah Lempp ’18 Service Chair-Elect, Alpha Epsilon Delta

Harold Brent McKnight, Jr. ’16 President, Phi Beta Kappa Senior Class Vice President UNC Summer Reading Book Selection Committee

Laura Catherine Limarzi ’17 Co-Director of Development, Campus Y Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor Co-President, Global Music Outreach

Cameron Caldwell McNeill ’18 Board of Directors, Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Director of Finance, TEDxUNC Teaching Assistant, ECON 101H, Economics Department

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Peter Everett McWilliams ’17 President, Director of Public Relations, False Profits Comedy Troupe Researcher, Photocatalytic Properties of Black Phosphorus, Warren Research Lab, Chemistry Department Zakaria Merdi ’16 Delegata (President), Order of the Grail-Valkyries Co-Chair, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Meredith Gracen Miller ’17 Co-Founder, Art&Life Co-President, Honors Carolina Student Board Student Representative, Chancellor’s Arts Working Committee

Elizabeth Schroeder ’16, Sam Forlenza ’16, and Elizabeth Soffer ’16

Channing John Mitzell ’16 President, Tour Manager, UNC Clef Hangers Scholar Director, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors Pledge Class President, Chi Psi Sarah Lee Molina ’16 Co-Founder, Co-Director, Art&Life YFund Administrator, Board Member, Campus Y Board Member, Maker-in-Residence Program Mahogany Alexus Monette ’18 Co-Director of Communications, Students for Students International (S4Si) Amukelani Sihle Muyanga ’18 Human Capital Consultant, Senior Financial Advocate, First Monday Coordinator, Community Empowerment Fund Delegate-Elect, Campus Africa Network

Chris Combemale ’19

Joseph Robert Nail ’19 Chief of Staff-Elect, Executive Branch of Student Government Founder, President, Special Olympics College Co-Founder, Executive Director, FairED Student Leadership Advisory Committee to the Vice Chancellor Gabrielle Blue Nair ’18 Honor System Outreach Team, Student Government Elizabeth Grace Nicholls ’18 Children’s Curriculum Coordinator, Amigas en Salud

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Adeyemi Ademide Olatunde ’18 Vice President of Programming, Carolina Union Activities Board Varsity Fencing Bradley Calvin Ochieng Opere ’17 Student Body President-Elect Policy Chair, Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach Committee, Student Government Caroline Mercer Orr ’16 Co-Founder, Co-Director, Mixed Concrete Art Show Anne Bennett Osteen ’17 Team Manager, Women’s Varsity Golf Deputy Chief of Staff, Student Government Chair, Summer Reading Selection Committee, Student Government Teaching Assistant, BUSI 506 Global Business, Kenan-Flagler Business School Phillippa Frances Owens ’19 Co-Founder, DateMyCTO, 1789 Venture Lab Emma Anne Park ’16 President, Carolina Creates Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors Ege Partal ’18 President, Turkish Student Association Morgan McKenna Pergande ’17 President, Executive Board, UNC Interfraternity Council Cecilia Stefany Polanco ’16 Advisor, Carolina Hispanic Association (CHispA) Senior Advisor, Executive Branch of Student Government

Eryn Rachel Ratcliffe ’17 Co-Founder, Director, UNC Ideation, Carolina Creates Founder, Director, Kappa Delta Green Team Meera Caroline Ravi ’17 Chair-Elect, UNC Ideation, Carolina Creates Rishab Rajan Revankar ’18 Research Assistant, NIH Research Trial (GEMSTAR), Emergency Department, UNC School of Medicine Youth Leader, Chapel Hill Swadhyay Youth Chapter Honors Ambassador, Honors Carolina Youth Ambassador, impossible2Possible (i2P) Death Valley Expedition Corey Landever Risinger ’18 Secretary-General, Executive Board, Model United Nations at Chapel Hill (MUNCH) Nakisa Sadeghi ’17 Co-President, Persian Cultural Society Jacob Scott Schmidt ’19 Varsity Football Erik Reinhard Schoning ’17 Founder, President, Chapel Hill Film Society Sergeant-at-Arms, Sigma Phi Society Elizabeth Therese Schroeder ’16 President, Best Buddies, Campus Y Young Leaders Council, Best Buddies International Rohun Shah ’19 Head Executive Assistant to the Student Body PresidentElect, Student Government Social Chair, Kappa Sigma

Alexandra Key Polk ’17 Chief Marshal, Class of 2017 Chief Teaching Assistant, ECON 125 and ECON 57H, Entrepreneurship Minor Student Representative, Faculty Council and Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor Leadership Team, CarolinaGO Mobile App Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors

Taylor Lane Sharp ’16 Co-Founder, Casting for Hope Co-Founder, CommuniGift President, Executive Team, Carolina Sport Business Club

Cara Charon Pugh ’18 Policy Chair, Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach (MADO) Committee, Student Government Theatre Captain, Interactive Theatre Carolina

Anita Simha ’17 Director of Instruction, False Profits Comedy Troupe Undergraduate Researcher, Disease Ecology, Mitchell Lab, Biology Department

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John Matthew Sincavage ’16 Board of Directors, Community Empowerment Fund John Wilson Sink ’17 Director-Elect, State and External Affairs, Student Government Sustainability and Engagement Chair, Fundraising Chair, Musical Empowerment Green Chair, Chi Psi Hannah Brown Sloan ’18 Co-Director, Nourish-UNC, Campus Y Pod Leader, Senior Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund Elizabeth Pearl Soffer ’16 Chair of Corporate Marketing, Executive Board, Carolina for the Kids Foundation Research Assistant, School of Public Health Water Institute Director of Social Media, St. Louis World Food Day Corinne Spencer ’19 Co-Founder, Research Director, MindFull Gabriella Hope Stein ’19 Co-Founder, MindFull

Graham Charles Treasure ’17 Founder, Director, Salud Ahora, 1789 Venture Lab Director of External Relations, Carolina Creates Chancellor’s Student Innovation Team (CSIT) Ariana Brynn Vaisey ’17 Vice Chair, Undergraduate Honor Court Co-Chair-Elect, Teaching Assistant, External Outreach Coordinator, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Senior Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund Research Assistant, Duke University Sociology Department Member-Elect, Committee on Student Conduct, UNC Honor System Emily Ann Venturi ’18 Awareness Chair, Criminal Justice Awareness and Action Committee, Campus Y Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Anamay Viswanathan ’19 Director-Elect, External Relations, Executive Branch of Student Government

Katherine Anne Stotesbery ’17 Outreach Coordinator, Art&Life Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) Abroad Ambassador

Myra Waheed ’18 Executive Director-Elect, Director of Scholarships, and Summer Delegate, Students for Students International Finance Committee, TEDxUNC Organizing Committee Teaching Assistant-Elect, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series

Catherine Atchison Sullivan ’18 House Chair, Kappa Kappa Gamma KKG Delta Advocate, Delta Advocates

Andrew Henderson Wells, Jr. ’16 Deputy Student Attorney General, Chief of Staff, Student Attorney General’s Staff

Joseph O’Rourke Sullivan ’17 Community Outreach Chair, The Sonder Market Marketing Chair, Carolina Creates Executive Member, UNC Ideation, Carolina Creates Rush Chair, Lambda Chi Alpha

William Robert Whitehurst, Jr. ’16 Executive Appointment, Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership State and External Affairs Task Force, Student Government Alumni Chair, Phi Delta Theta Kenan-Flagler Undergraduate Business Program Student Advisory Board Sponsorship Chair, Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit, Carolina China Network

Catherine Louise Swift ’16 C-START Course Instructor: The Final Chapter: Narrative Perspectives on Death and Dying Co-Chair, Senior Adviser, HOPE Gardens Eleanor Savoy Teller ’18 Coordinating Committee, Conference Design, TEDxUNC Co-Director, UNC Ideation, Carolina Creates

Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. ’18 Pod Leader, Development Coordinator, Community Empowerment Fund

Diane Nicole Thompson ’17 Chapter President, Pi Beta Phi Application Co-Chair-Elect, Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund

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Sam Fletcher ’16

Daverian Travun Williams ’18 Co-Founder, Treasurer, STEAM Outreach Academic/ Achievement Recreation (SOAR) Vice President, Zeta Beta Tau Undergraduate Research Assistant, Wilson Library James Scott Williams ’16 Captain, UNC Fed Challenge Team President, Carolina China Network Kacey Landon Williams ’16 Director, Tar Heel Tale Tellers Kristyn Elizabeth Wilson ’16 Big Events Chair, Recommendations Chair, Kappa Delta Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors Amy Rebecca Woff ’17 Director of Outreach, Students for Students International

Rhea Jane Wyse ’16 Vice President, Minority Association of Pre-Health Students Honors Ambassador, Honors Carolina Ottavia Zattra ’17 Teaching Assistant, Treasurer, and Co-Chair-Elect, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Undergraduate Research Assistant, Makowski Lab, Nutrition Department, Gillings School of Public Health Morgan Elizabeth Zemaitis ’17 Chair, Environmental Affairs Committee, Student Government Research Assistant, Energy Frontier Research Center Lauren Victoria Zitney ’19 Choreographer, Fundraising and Social Coordinator, Modernextension Dance Company

Caroline Aunspaugh Woronoff ’17 Multimedia Director, Director-Elect of Finance, TEDxUNC

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Publications and Media Sandy Ellen Alkoutami ’18 Managing Editor, Campus BluePrint Staff Writer, ReadCONTRA Radio Show Host, WXYC Radio David Ray Allen, Jr. ’18 Senior Writer, Blog Coordinator, The Daily Tar Heel Campus Correspondent, Sports Illustrated: Campus Rush Rossi Akim Anastopoulo ’17 Editor, Chapel Hill Eats Well (CHEW) Alexander Darwin Clayton ’17 Editor, The Internationalist, Journal of Undergraduate Research in International Affairs Photo Editor, Campus BluePrint Editor, Chapel Hill Eats Well (CHEW) Rebekah Claire Cockram ’18 Arts and Entertainment Reporter, The Daily Tar Heel Peter Elliott Diaz ’16 Editorial Board, Undergraduate Law Journal Blake Horrigan Dodge ’18 Senior Writer, The Daily Tar Heel David Isaac Doochin ’18 Assistant University Desk Editor, The Daily Tar Heel Elizabeth Kendrick Essen ’19 Staff Writer, The Daily Tar Heel Robert Morris Griffin Gourley ’18 Published Photographer, Crowdsourcing Website, National Geographic Larry Han ’16 Editor, Corpore Sano Undergraduate Medical Journal Margaret Louise Hassel ’19 Managing Editor, Carolina Political Review

Tony Hong Liu ’17 Executive Editor, Campus BluePrint Production Assistant, Carolina Connection Radio Show Host, WXYC Radio Broadcaster, RadioPulze Hoang My Linh Luu ’18 Staff Writer, Should Does Clare Louise MacDonald ’19 Writer, Campus BluePrint Sarah Margaret McAdon ’19 University Desk Staff Writer, The Daily Tar Heel Kent Matthew McDonald ’19 State and National Desk Staff Writer, The Daily Tar Heel Channing John Mitzell ’16 Documentary Producer, The Pursuit of Harmony Amukelani Sihle Muyanga ’18 Editorial Board, African American and African Diaspora Undergraduate Research Journal Gabrielle Blue Nair ’18 Editorial Board, The Daily Tar Heel Adeyemi Ademide Olatunde ’18 Assistant Modeling Director, Coulture Emma Anne Park ’16 Designer, Carolina Passport Emily Catherine Perry ’17 Staff Writer, The Daily Tar Heel Robert Winfield Pierce ’16 Contributor, Inside Carolina Ezra Miles Rawitsch ’19 Founder, Editor, Global Third Space Contributor, Event Horizon Magazine

Pooja Dhanesh Joshi ’19 Publicist and Executive Team, Event Horizon Magazine

Corey Landever Risinger ’18 Assistant State and National Editor, State and National Editor-Elect, The Daily Tar Heel

Lauren Grace Kent ’17 Senior Writer, The Daily Tar Heel

Imogen Fiona Mackenzie Schofield ’16 Creator and Producer, The Musical F Word Podcast

Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 Managing Editor, Campus BluePrint

Taylor Lane Sharp ’16 Producer, Hoops Africa Documentary

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Katherine Anne Stotesbery ’17 Editorial Board, The Daily Tar Heel James Scott Williams ’16 Contributor, Zedd Books: “Africa’s Trade Regimes: Globalization from Above” Myra Waheed ’18 Treasurer, Staff Writer, UNC Monsoon Caroline Aunspaugh Woronoff ’17 Editor-in-Chief, Campus BluePrint

PHI BETA KAPPA

Harold Brent McKnight, Jr. ’16, President Alicia Hayne Alford ’17 William Perry Almquist ’16 Eric Alexander Barefoot ’16    Jacob Jablon Bernstein ’16 Stephen Bundy Cone, Jr. ’16 Ian Michael Gallager ’16 Nancy Zhang Gao ’17 Tavia Isaura González Peña ’16 James Thomas Gooding III ’16 Lindsay Paige Gorman ’16 Larry Han ’16 Blake Marie Hauser ’16 Caleb Nathaniel Jadrich ’17 Ina Kosova ’16 Neha Khurana Kukreja ’16 Caroline Kellogg Lowery ’16 Ariana Tamar Lutterman ’16 Sarah Lee Molina ’16 Caroline Mercer Orr ’16 Emma Anne Park ’16 Alexandra Key Polk ’17 Erik Reinhard Schoning ’17 Elizabeth Therese Schroeder ’16 Anita Simha ’17 John Matthew Sincavage ’16 John Wilson Sink ’17 Catherine Louise Swift ’16 Graham Charles Treasure ’17 Andrew Henderson Wells, Jr. ’16 James Scott Williams ’16 Kristyn Elizabeth Wilson ’16

Caroline Orr ’16 with her parents

Thomas Gooding ’16 and Neha Kukreja ’16

  

Rishab Revankar ’18, David Allen ’18, and Ashish Khanchandani ’18

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UNDERGRADUATE HONOR COURT

Anthony Michael Asher ’17 Caleigh Morgan Bachop ’17 Eric Alexander Barefoot ’16    Türker Bulut ’16 Alexander Darwin Clayton ’17 Ana Claire Dougherty ’17 Ian Michael Gallager ’16 Ana Karen Guerrero ’19 Adam Husein Hasan ’19 Ina Kosova ’16 Laura Catherine Limarzi ’17 Hoang My Linh Luu ’18 Sophia Claire McFarlane ’19 Sarah Lee Molina ’16 Mahogany Alexus Monette ’18 Emily Catherine Perry ’17 William Robert Whitehurst, Jr. ’16 Kacey Landon Williams ’16 Ottavia Zattra ’17 Thokozile Ellen Zimba ’19 Lauren Victoria Zitney ’19

William Perry Almquist ’16, Chair Nicole Lawton Behnke ’16, Vice Chair Ariana Brynn Vaisey ’17, Vice Chair Alicia Hayne Alford ’17 Vincent Charles Andracchio III ’17 Mary Beth Browne ’19 (Member-Elect) Stephen Bundy Cone, Jr. ’16 Peter Elliot Diaz ’16 David Isaac Doochin ’18 McKenzie Sean Folan ’17 Rachel Katherine Gideon ’19 (Member-Elect) Tavia Isaura González Peña ’16 James Thomas Gooding III ’16 Lindsay Paige Gorman ’16 Blake Marie Hauser ’16 Pooja Dhanesh Joshi ’19 (Member-Elect) Tony Hong Liu ’17 Niman Mann ’18 Sarah Lee Molina ’16 Gabrielle Blue Nair ’18 Nakisa Sadeghi ’17 Mary Kathryn Selzer ’19 (Member-Elect) Myra Waheed ’18 William Robert Whitehurst, Jr. ’16

ORDER OF THE BELL TOWER

Alexander Darwin Clayton ’17 Samantha Rose Forlenza ’16    ORDER OF THE OLD WELL

Erik Reinhard Schoning ’17     ORDER OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE

James Thomas Gooding ’16 Larry Han ’16 Ina Kosova ’16 Laura Catherine Limarzi ’17 Meredith Gracen Miller ’17 Caroline Mercer Orr ’16 Cecilia Stefany Polanco ’16 Alexandra Key Polk ’17 Elizabeth Therese Schroeder ’16 James Scott Williams ’16

    STUDENT ATTORNEY GENERAL’S STAFF

Ina Kosova ’16, Student Attorney General Andrew Henderson Wells, Jr. ’16, Deputy Student Attorney General, Chief of Staff Andre Bicalho Ceccotti ’18, Managing Associate Rebekah Claire Cockram ’18, Managing Associate Karine Lisa Martel ’16, Managing Associate Margaret Louise Hassel ’19 Caroline Kellogg Lowery ’16 Elizabeth Grace Nicholls ’18 Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. ’18 James Scott Williams ’16 Amy Rebecca Woff ’17

ORDER OF THE GRAIL-VALKYRIES

Zakaria Merdi ’16, Delegata (President) Blake Marie Hauser ’16    

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Major Attainments of the Class of 2016 while at the University B a s e d o n a s e n i o r c l a s s o f 4 8 SCHOLARS

Graduated with Distinction 40% 19

Phi Beta Kappa 50% 24

Graduated with Highest Distinction 54% 26

Dean’s List 94% 45

TOTAL Scholars WITH DISTINCTION

Campus Y 31% 15

94% 45

Graduated with Honors 15% 7 Graduated with Highest Honors 27% 13 TOTAL scholars WITH HONORS

42% 20

Student Government 38% 18 Athletic Programs (other than intramural) 21% 10 Member of at least one (usually more) Honorary Society 44% 21

Chancellors’ Awards 13% 6 Freshman Honors Program 92% 44 Sophomore Honors Program 83% 40 Junior Honors Program 79% 38 Senior Honors Program 69% 33


2016 Senior Class Campaign Through the University’s Senior Class Campaign, graduating scholars are invited to make a financial gift to the area of campus that means the most to them. The Campaign educates all UNC seniors about the importance of private giving, and encourages them to start their own tradition of giving back to their alma mater. Amazingly, for the fourth year in a row, every scholar in the senior class made a gift to the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund! Not only did 100 percent of this class make a gift to the Fund, but each graduating senior also signed up to be a MoreheadCain Partner. We offer our sincere thanks to Channing Mitzell, who spearheaded the campaign, and to the entire senior class for its commitment and generosity.

Morehead-Cain Scholars’ Senior Class Campaigns 2013–2016

Senior Class Gifts to the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Class Participation

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William Perry Almquist (Will) Charlotte, Charlotte Latin School; BA with Highest Distinction/Chemistry and History, Minor in Business Administration; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Undergraduate Honor Court Chair, Vice Chair; Chi Psi Fraternity Historian; Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Treasurer; Carolina Creates Director of Operations S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wind River Wilderness Public Service World Vision, Malawi Governmental World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland Private Enterprise McKinsey & Company, Atlanta I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To join McKinsey & Company as a business analyst in Atlanta

Krunal Dhaval Amin (Krunal) Elon, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics; BS with Distinction/ Biology with Honors and Economics, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Carolina Research Scholar; Student Leadership Advisory Committee to the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs; Carolina Microfinance Initiative Co-Chair; Corpore Sano Undergraduate Medical Journal Co-Founder, Editor; UNC Bhangra Elite Dancer; Sigma Phi Society Academic Chair; Community Empowerment Fund Financial Coaching Fellow; Research Assistant, Berg Lab, UNC Department of Genetics and Deshmukh Lab, UNC Department of Cell and Developmental Biology S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, North Cascades Mountaineering Public Service Unite for Sight, Accra, Ghana Nonprofit Stanford Hospital and Clinics, Stanford, California Private Enterprise Altas Partners LP, Toronto, Canada I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a business analyst with Deloitte Consulting in Washington, DC, before applying to medical school

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Eric Alexander Barefoot (Eric) Winston-Salem, R. J. Reynolds Senior High School; BS with Distinction/ Geological Sciences with Highest Honors; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; North Carolina Fellows Program; Carolina Research Scholar; Chancellor’s Award: The Op White Prize in Geology; Tea Talks Director; TEDxUNC Organizing Committee; Flash Seminars Organizing Committee; Sigma Gamma Epsilon Geological Sciences Honors Fraternity, First-Year Fellow S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Absaroka Backpacking Public Service Handa Emergency Hospital, Battambang, Cambodia Private Enterprise ExxonMobil Chemical Company, Houston I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a PhD in geomorphology at Rice University in Houston

Nicole Lawton Behnke (Nikki) Durham, Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill; BA with Distinction/Political Science and Peace, War, and Defense with a Concentration in National and International Defense and Security, Minor in Environmental Science and Studies; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; ACC Academic Honor Roll; A Drink For Tomorrow Co-President; Undergraduate Honor Court Vice Chair; Varsity Fencing Team (Women’s Foil); Trinity School Varsity Women’s Soccer Team Assistant Coach; Reformed University Fellowship Community Group Leader; Admissions Ambassador; TEDxUNC Student Speaker Finalist; Church World Service Refugee Resettlement Citizenship Tutor; Farmer Foodshare Donation Station Volunteer; Undergraduate Researcher, The Water Institute at UNC S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Sea Kayaking Public Service Cherokee Gives Back, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Private Enterprise Cherokee Investment Partners, Raleigh Nonprofit The Water Institute at UNC and World Vision, Zambia I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a research assistant with Water 2017 in Washington, DC, for a year before pursuing a graduate degree in public health

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Claire Elizabeth Bennett (Claire) Raleigh, Jesse O. Sanderson High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Public Policy and Political Science, Minor in Hispanic Studies; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Enrich ELL (English Language Learning) Co-Director; Daily Tar Heel Writer; MANO (Mujeres Avanzadas hacia Nuevas Oportunidades) Social Outreach Chair S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Maine Coast Sailing Public Service WorldTeach, Costa Rica Nonprofit Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, New York Private Enterprise Sephora, San Francisco I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with the brand strategy and consulting firm Prophet in Chicago

Jacob Jablon Bernstein (Jake) St. Louis, Missouri, Clayton High School; BS with Highest Distinction/Computer Science; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Morehead-Cain Fall Banquet Keynote Speaker; Varsity Fencing Captain; Top-Ten Scholar Athlete in Fencing; Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award; ACC All-Academic Honor Role; NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship; VolunTEEN Nation Co-Founder; CommuniGift Co-Founder; State Farm Youth Advisory Board Member; Carolina Union Board of Directors; Sigma Phi Society S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Mountaineering Public Service JUCONI, Guayaquil, Ecuador Private Enterprise True Entrepreneur Corps (TEC), San Francisco Private Enterprise Google, Inc., New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work in product management with Google in San Francisco before attending the Stanford Graduate School of Business

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Türker Bulut (Bulut) Istanbul, Turkey, Robert College; BSBA with Distinction/Computer Science with Honors and Economics; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; North Carolina Fellows Program; Turkish Student Association President; Undergraduate Business Technology Club Vice President; Interactive Theater Carolina Actor S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Minnesota Wilderness Canoeing Public Service Center for Creative Leadership, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Private Enterprise Brookwood Associates, Atlanta Private Enterprise McKinsey & Company, Atlanta I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a strategy analyst with Red Ventures in Charlotte

Stephen Bundy Cone, Jr. (Stephen) Wilmington, Emsley A. Laney High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Public Policy, Minors in Business Administration and Environmental Science and Studies; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Student Leadership Advisory Committee; UNC Bass Fishing Team Co-Founder; Chi Psi Fraternity Philanthropy Chair; Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Fundraising Chair; Undergraduate Honor Court; UNC Ducks Unlimited; Co-Author, “The Mangrove Action Plan: An Adaptive Outreach and Ecosystem Rehabilitation Initiative” S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wind River Wilderness Public Service Cape Eleuthera Institute, Eleuthera, The Bahamas Private Enterprise Raymond James Financial, Tampa Private Enterprise Morgan Stanley, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an investment banking analyst with Morgan Stanley in New York

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Peter Elliot Diaz (Peter) Atlanta, GA, The Lovett School; BA with Distinction/Political Science and Economics, Minor in Public Policy; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Chancellor’s Award: Interfraternity Council Man of the Year Award; Interfraternity Council President, Vice President; Phi Delta Theta Vice President, Rush Chairman, Pledge Class President; Order of Omega Greek Honor Society; Undergraduate Honor Court; Student Congress; Carolina Undergraduate Law Journal Editorial Board; Club Ultimate Frisbee S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Dream a Dream, Bangalore, India Private Enterprise Raymond James Financial, Dallas Governmental U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend law school at the Georgetown University Law Center

James Patrick Ellsmoor (James) Crewe, Cheshire, England, Newcastle-under-Lyme School; BA with Highest Distinction/Geography with Honors and Economics, Minor in Sustainability Studies; Dean’s List; Solar Head of State Director of Project Development; Carolina International Relations Association Campus and Community Outreach; Arctic Frontiers, Tromsø, Conference Volunteer; Study Abroad at the University of Auckland S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Public Service Nourish International, Bolivia Independent Research Pacific Island Renewables: Tokelau, Fiji, and Tuvalu Private Enterprise SfunCube, Oakland, California I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To become director of project development at Solar Head of State in San Francisco

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Sam Michael John Fletcher (Sam) Nr Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, Winchester College; BA with Distinction/ History with Honors, Minor in Creative Writing; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Daily Tar Heel Writer; LAB! Theatre Director, Actor; Kenan Theatre Company Actor; Rock Climbing Club; Art & Life Teacher S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Colorado Rockies Mountaineering Public Service Badenya, Dankawalie, Sierra Leone Nonprofit Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Boston Private Enterprise Smithsonian Networks, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an educational consultant while applying to drama schools

Samantha Rose Forlenza (Sam) Charlotte, South Mecklenburg High School; BSPH with Distinction/Nutrition, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Order of the Bell Tower; Honors Carolina: Freshman Year; Gillings School of Public Health Nutrition Representative; Alpha Chi Omega Panhellenic Judicial Board; Camp Kesem Counselor; Undergraduate Nutrition Research Assistant; Durham-Chapel Hill Young Life Leader; Club Tennis; Cornerstone Campus Fellowship; Nutrition Coalition S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Maine Sailing & Backpacking Public Service Hillsong Church, Sydney, Australia Nonprofit Girls on the Run of Atlanta, Inc. Private Enterprise Baylor Scott & White Health, Dallas I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University

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Ian Michael Gallager (Ian) Concord, New Hampshire, St. Paul’s School; BA with Highest Distinction/ Geography and Economics, Minor in German; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman Year; North Carolina Fellows Program; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Chancellor’s Award: The McNally Award for Excellence in Geography; HOPE Gardens Community Events Organizer; Community Empowerment Fund Advocate, Financial Education and Savings Services Coordinator; Study Abroad, Freiburg, Germany S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, North Cascades Mountaineering Public Service Cherokee Gives Back, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Nonprofit Habitat for Humanity International, Atlanta Private Enterprise Cherokee Investment Partners, Raleigh I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To hike the Appalachian Trail before beginning work as a teacher in Concord, New Hampshire

Tavia Isaura González Peña (Tita) Dallas, Texas, The Hockaday School; BA with Highest Distinction/Chemistry, Minors in French and Biology; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Speakers at Carolina Co-Chair; Undergraduate Honor Court; Kappa Delta Shamrock ‘n’ Run 5K Chair; 2016 University Teaching Awards Committee; Get Covered Carolina Initiative Spanish Application Coordinator, Certified Application Counselor; Student Health Action Coalition Clinic Interpreter S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Sierra Nevada Alpine Backpacking Public Service Awamaki, Cusco, Peru Governmental National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Bethesda, Maryland I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work in the fall of 2016 as a research intern for Baylor Scott & White Health’s Epidemiology Department in Dallas while applying to medical school; to work at Sacred Valley Health in Ollantaytambo, Peru, in the spring

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James Thomas Gooding III (Thomas) High Point, High Point Central High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Global Studies with Highest Honors and Religious Studies, Minor in Social and Economic Justice; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Carolina Research Scholar; Cultural Competence Leadership Scholar; Coca-Cola Scholar; Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor; Student Government Policy Chair, Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach; Undergraduate Honor Court; Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Forum Founder, Coordinator; Holi Moli Executive Board Co-Chair, Cultural Committee; UNC FaithFest Founder; Enrich ELL (English Language Learning) English Language Facilitator; Campus BluePrint Staff Writer; Carolina For The Kids (UNC Dance Marathon) Subcommittee Chair, Outreach Committee; Immigrant and Refugee Community Partnership Mentor, Bridge Builder S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Manav Sadhna, Ahmedabad, India Independent Research The Anti-Normalization Movement and its Impact on Peacebuilding, Israel and Palestine Private Enterprise Albright Stonebridge Group, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To return to Palestine and Israel to continue research on conflict resolution

Lindsay Paige Gorman (Lindsay) Raleigh, Millbrook Senior High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Public Policy and Political Science, Minor in Social and Economic Justice; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Speakers at Carolina Co-Chair; Undergraduate Honor Court; Campus Y Executive Board Director of Membership, Cabinet Outreach Team; Catalyst Conference Entertainment Chair; Class of 2016 Senior Marshals Social Chair; White House Intern, Office of Cabinet Affairs S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Amy Biehl Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa Governmental United States Department of State, London, England Private Enterprise Bloomberg Government, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To serve as a Director’s Financial Analyst at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington, DC

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Emily Madeleine Grohs (Emily) Charlotte, St. Andrew’s School; BA with Highest Distinction/Sociology, Minor in Education; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Student Government, Co-Chair, Steering Committee for the Arts; Honors Arts Fellows Elected Committee Member; Tar Heel Bikes Chair of Social Media, Marketing, Education, and Outreach; The Syrian School, Istanbul Lead Teacher, Upper Intermediate English Class; CoachWrite Volunteer S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Yukon Backpacking Public Service Daktari Bush School and Wildlife Orphanage, Hoedspruit, South Africa Private Enterprise VIF International Education, Chapel Hill Independent Research Street Murals and Community Identity in Post-Conflict Belfast, Germany and Northern Ireland I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To join the New Teacher Project’s 2016 corps of Nashville Teaching Fellows

Larry Han (Larry) Raleigh, Leesville Road High School; BSPH with Highest Distinction/Biostatistics with Highest Honors, Minor in Chemistry; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina; Phillips Ambassador; Barry Goldwater Scholarship; Schwarzman Scholarship; Gates Cambridge Scholarship; Great Decisions Lecture Series Teaching Assistant; C-START Course Instructor: The Re-Emergence of Infectious Diseases: From Cholera to Ebola and Beyond; Corpore Sano Undergraduate Medical Journal Editor; Club Golf Travel Team; 2016 Post-Baccalaureate University Teaching Awards Selection Committee S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Sierra Nevada Mountaineering Public Service UNC Institute for Global Health & Infectious Disease, China Nonprofit International Diagnostics Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, England Private Enterprise Wasserman Media Group LLC, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To complete a Master of Public Policy at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, on a Schwarzman Scholarship, followed by a Master of Philosophy in Strategy, Marketing, and Operations at the University of Cambridge on a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, before pursuing a PhD in Biostatistics at Harvard University

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Blake Marie Hauser (Blake) Marietta, Georgia, The Westminster Schools; BSPH with Highest Distinction/ Environmental Health Sciences with Highest Honors and Biology with Highest Honors, Minor in Chemistry; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Grail-Valkyries; Honors Carolina; Chancellor’s Award: I. R. Hagadorn Award; Churchill Scholarship; Order of Omega Greek Honor Society; Kappa Kappa Gamma President; Eve Marie Carson Junior-Year Scholarship Executive Director; Head Student Body President Campaign Manager; Undergraduate Honor Court; Office of Undergraduate Research Faculty Advisory Board Member; C-START Course Instructor: The Re-Emergence of Infectious Diseases: From Cholera to Ebola and Beyond; Fix My Campus Committee Co-Chair S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Colorado Rockies Mountaineering Public Service UNC Institute for Global Health & Infectious Disease, Malawi Independent Research HIV Across Disciplines and Continents: An Investigation into HIV Counseling and Testing in Malawi and HIV Cell Entry in Chapel Hill, Malawi, United States I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a master of philosophy (MPhil) degree in Zoology at the University of Cambridge on a Churchill Scholarship, followed by a joint MD/PhD at Harvard Medical School

Alice Haiyu Huang (Alice) Chapel Hill, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics; BA with Highest Distinction/Economics with Highest Honors and Mathematics; Christopher Mead Armitage and Pauline Brooks Armitage Scholarship for Visiting Students; Students for Students International (S4Si) President, CoDirector of Outreach; TEDxUNC Speakers Coordinating Committee; World Micro-Market Co-Director of Fundraising; Executive Assistant to the Student Body President; Student Researcher, Oxford Microfinance Initiative; UNC Writing Center Peer Tutor; Musical Empowerment Violin Teacher S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Students for Students International, Zanzibar, Tanzania Nonprofit China Center for Health Economics Research at Peking University, Beijing, China I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To teach English in India on a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship

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Dicle Kara (Dicle) Istanbul, Turkey, The Koç School; BA/Economics; Dean’s List; Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Application Manager; AIESEC Chapel Hill Exchange Participant Manager; UNC Women in Computer Science Events Coordinator; Women’s Glee Club; UNC Flash! Seminars S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Minnesota Wilderness Canoeing Public Service Chikumbuso, Ng’ombe, Zambia Private Enterprise Deutsche Bank, Cary, North Carolina I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an analyst with Deutsche Bank, Cary, North Carolina

Ina Kosova (Ina) Middlebury, Connecticut, The Taft School; BA with Highest Distinction/Peace, War, and Defense and Asian Studies with a Concentration in Arab Cultures, Minor in Arabic; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Years; North Carolina Fellows Program; Undergraduate Student Attorney General; Honor System Managing Associate, Faculty Outreach Coordinator; Campus Blueprint Executive Editor; Great Decisions Lecture Series Teaching Assistant: Environmental Law S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Nourish International, Amman, Jordan Private Enterprise Small Enterprise Assistance Fund (SEAF), Prishtina, Kosovo Nonprofit Amnesty International USA, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a master of philosophy (MPhil) degree in Modern Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Oxford

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Neha Khurana Kukreja (Neha) Waxhaw, Providence Day School; BA with Highest Distinction/Public Policy with Honors and Global Studies, Minor in Spanish for the Professions; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Student Government, Executive Assistant to the Chief of Staff; Carolina Against Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) Chair, Co-Chair; Kamikazi Hip Hop Dance Crew Choreographer; UNC Tap Ensemble Company A Captain; Women’s Club Table Tennis Captain; The Compass Center for Women and Families Hotline Advocate for Victims of Domestic Violence; Ben & Jerry’s North Carolina Social Mission Coordinator S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service WorldTeach, Namibia Independent Research A New Developmental Paradigm: Gross National Happiness, Canada Nonprofit Innovations for Poverty Action, Dominican Republic I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a nonprofit consultant with the Bridgespan Group in New York

Hunter Jennings Latimer (Hunter) Salisbury, Gray Stone Day School; BSBA with Distinction/Business Administration; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman Year; UNC Consulting Club Board of Directors; Carolina Women in Business Director of Jewels for Hope; Heels for Homes 5K Director of Race Logistics; STAR Fellow, UNC KenanFlagler Business School S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Oregon Rafting & Mountain Expedition Public Service WorldTeach, Costa Rica Private Enterprise Morgan Stanley, New York Private Enterprise Deloitte, Atlanta I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a business analyst with McKinsey & Company in Atlanta

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Caroline Kellogg Lowery (Caroline) Charleston, South Carolina, Ashley Hall School; BA with Distinction/Economics, Minors in Business Administration and Entrepreneurship; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Hope Gardens Head Beekeeper; Chapel Hill Eats Well (CHEW) Founder, Editor; TEDxUNC Director of Conference Design; Student Attorney General’s Staff; Carolina Creates Treasurer S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project, Bangalore, India Private Enterprise The Motley Fool, Alexandria, Virginia Private Enterprise La Sportiva, Boulder, Colorado I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To be an investment banking analyst with Cascadia Capital in Seattle

Patrick Lung (Patrick) Toronto, Ontario, Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute; BA with Distinction/ Computer Science, Minors in Chinese and Entrepreneurship; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Kairos Society Fellow; Phillips Ambassador; First Place, UNC Hackathon 2012; Product and Business Development at Datapeek; Google Glass Explorer and App Developer; CoFounder at Chrono Calendars; Que Rico Latin Dance Team; Moonlight Hiphop Dance Crew; UNC American Red Cross Club Health and Safety Committee Chair; Study Abroad, Beijing CET Mandarin Language Program S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, North Cascades Mountaineering Public Service UNC Center for Galapagos Studies, Galapagos Island, Ecuador Private Enterprise Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington Private Enterprise Teespring, San Francisco I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To join Microsoft as a program manager in Mountain View, California

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Ariana Tamar Miller Lutterman (Ariana) Charlotte, Myers Park High School; BA with Highest Distinction/ Interdisciplinary Studies with Highest Honors, Minor in Creative Writing; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; TEDxUNC Co-Director of Conference Design, Multimedia Committee; JStreet UNC Board; World Futures Studies Federation; G20 Summit Canadian Delegate with Young Diplomats of Canada; Independent Researcher and Foresight Practitioner, Philippine Center for Foresight Education and Innovation, Laoag City, Philippines; Consortium on Africa Future Forums at UNESCO, Paris, France; UNESCO Foresight Workshop on Sierra Leone Futures, Paris, France; Blank Canvas Dance Company Choreographer S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wind River Wilderness Public Service Badenya, Dankawalie, Sierra Leone Private Enterprise Lucky 8 Pictures, New York Independent Research Rethink Change: Collective Imagining Workshops as a Tool to Plan for Change, Philippines I M M E D I AT E P L A N S Plans in progress

Karine Lisa Martel (Karine) St-Pierre-Jolys, Manitoba, Canada, École Communautaire Réal-Bérard; BA with Distinction/American Studies (Concentration in American Indian and Indigenous Studies) with Highest Honors and Political Science, Minor in Environmental Science and Studies; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Chancellor’s Award: The Peter C. Baxter Memorial Prize in American Studies; Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award; Student Attorney General’s Staff, Managing Associate; Alpha Chapter of the Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc., Academic Chair, Treasurer, Recruitment Chair, Keeper of the Flame; Compass Center for Women and Families, Domestic Violence Advocate, Hotline Volunteer; One Act Peer Educator; Admissions Ambassador; Cultural Competence Leadership Institute Scholar; Carolina Indian Circle, Banquet Co-Chair; Club Water Ski Team S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Colorado Rockies Mountaineering Public Service Warm Heart Worldwide, Phrao, Thailand Private Enterprise Mohegan Gaming Advisors, Uncasville, Connecticut Nonprofit National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples, Sydney, Australia I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a master’s degree in Native Studies at the University of Manitoba

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Harold Brent McKnight, Jr. (Brent) Charlotte, Covenant Day School; BA with Highest Distinction/History with Honors and Global Studies, Minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa, President of UNC Chapter; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society; UNC Summer Reading Book Selection Committee; General Alumni Association Class of 2016 Vice President; Reformed University Fellowship M-Team, Community Group Leader, Violinist, Emcee S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Bless Back Worldwide, Diriomo, Nicaragua Private Enterprise Parchman, Vaughan & Company, LLC, Baltimore Independent Research Philosophy of History and the Doctrine of the Trinity: The Importance of Narrativity, Textuality, and Contextualism, L’Abri Fellowship, Switzerland I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with Pisgah Legal Services in Asheville while applying to law school

Zakaria Merdi (Zak) Agadir, Morocco, African Leadership Academy; BA with Distinction/Political Science and Public Policy; Dean’s List; Order of the Grail-Valkyries President (Delegata); Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Student Government: Student Body Chief of Staff, International Affairs Advisory Council Undergraduate Student Representative; Campus Y: Development Committee Alumni Relations Officer, Nourish International International Organization Outreach; Great Decisions Lecture Series Co-Chair, Teaching Assistant S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Public Service Education for Employment, Casablanca, Morocco Private Enterprise Wasserman Media Group LLC, Raleigh Private Enterprise Gol Labs, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a strategic analyst at Red Ventures in Charlotte before pursuing a PhD in political science

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Channing John Mitzell (Channing) Westfield, Indiana, The Culver Academies; BA with Distinction/Media and Journalism with a Concentration in Advertising and a Sports Communication Certificate; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman and Sophomore Years; The Pursuit of Harmony Documentary on UNC Clef Hangers, Producer; UNC Clef Hangers President, Tour Manager; Chi Psi Fraternity Pledge Class President; Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors; Priceless Gems Keynote Speaker; Undergraduate Honor Court; YMCA Youth Sports Leagues Basketball Coach; Enrich ELL (English Language Learning) English Language Facilitator S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wind River Wilderness Public Service Breakthrough Collaborative, San Francisco Private Enterprise Indianapolis Colts, Indianapolis Private Enterprise Brown Advisory, Chapel Hill I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a portfolio analyst with Brown Advisory in Washington, DC

Sarah Lee Molina (Sarah) Chapel Hill, Durham Academy; BA with Highest Distinction/Art History with Highest Honors, Minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina; North Carolina Fellows Program; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship at the Art Institute of Chicago; Chancellor’s Award: Undergraduate Prize in Art History; Bridging the Sciences and Visual Arts Award; Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship; Art&Life Founder and Co-Director; Campus Y Development Committee YFUND, Fundraising; Project Literacy Co-Chair; Undergraduate Honor Court; Maker-inResidence Program Nominated Board Member; Smithsonian Freer and Sackler Galleries External Affairs Intern; Ackland Art Museum Academic Affairs Intern; Symbology Digital Media and Marketing Intern; Duke Art, Law & Markets Initiative: The Impact of Sanctions on the Contemporary Iranian Art Market; International Conference on the History of Cartography, Antwerp, Belgium: Research Presentation S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Sierra Nevada Alpine Backpacking Public Service Breakthrough Collaborative, Hong Kong, China Independent Research Translating Image and Text through Cartography in the Court of Roger II, Italy, Turkey, United Kingdom I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work in the curatorial and education departments of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

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Caroline Mercer Orr (Caroline) Memphis, Tennessee, Hutchison School; BFA with Highest Distinction/Studio Art with Highest Honors and Art History; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; George Kachergis Memorial Scholarship for Excellence in Studio Art, UNC Department of Art; Mixed Concrete Art Show Co-Founder and CoDirector; Inside Out Project Co-Founder and Co-Director; A Drink For Tomorrow Co-President; TEDxUNC Design Team; Carolina Challenge Entrepreneurship Competition; “The Water of Life: Artistic Expressions” Solo Art Exhibition S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Sierra Nevada Alpine Backpacking Public Service Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project, Bangalore, India Private Enterprise Christie’s, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with Sotheby’s New York

Emma Anne Park (Emma) Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount Academy; BA with Highest Distinction/Economics and Global Studies, Minors in Information Systems and Entrepreneurship; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Carolina Creates President; Speakers at Carolina Co-Chair; Student Government Public Relations and Design Team Co-Chair; Carolina Passport Designer; UNC Ideation Team; Chancellor’s Student Innovation Team; Enrich ELL (English Language Learning) English Language Facilitator; Admissions Ambassador S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Maine Coast Sailing Public Service Awamaki, Cusco, Peru Private Enterprise VCCP, London, England Nonprofit GlobalGiving, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project in India and Awamaki in Peru before starting work with the Bridgespan Group in Boston

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Robert Winfield Pierce (Fields) Wilmington, Cape Fear Academy; BSBA with Distinction/Business Administration and Political Science; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society; Student Government, Deputy Director of State and External Affairs; Association of Student Governments Delegate; Greek Judicial Board Chairman; Interfraternity Council Vice President of Judicial Affairs; Carolina Advocacy Committee; Inside Carolina Contributor; Carolina Athletics Projects Committee; Phi Gamma Delta Corresponding Secretary; One Carolina, Founding Member S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Absaroka Backpacking Public Service African Leadership Academy, Johannesburg, South Africa Private Enterprise Wasserman Media Group LLC, Raleigh Private Enterprise Axiom Legal, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with Insight Sourcing Group in Atlanta

Cecilia Stefany Polanco (Cecilia) Durham, Northern High School; BS/Global Studies with a Concentration in Health and the Environment/Latin America, Minor in Geography; Dean’s List; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Global Gap Year Fellow; Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Recipient; Carolina Hispanic Association President, Political Action Chair, Advisor; Student Government Senior Advisor; Project Uplift Counselor; Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Mentor, Health and Wellness Consultant; Scholars’ Latino Initiative UNC Cultural Competency Leadership Institute; Study Abroad at the University of Havana, Cuba S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Sea Kayaking Public Service Foundation for Sustainable Development, Nicaragua Independent Research Pupusa Practices in the Salvadoran Diaspora of the United States, United States Private Enterprise Venture So Good Pupusas Food Truck, Chapel Hill I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To intern with Frontline Solutions as an HPJ Fellow before working full time with So Good Pupusas Food Truck and the nonprofit Pupusas for Education

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Imogen Fiona Mackenzie Schofield (Immy) Bedale, North Yorkshire, England, Sedbergh School; BA with Distinction/ Asian Studies with a Concentration in South Asia; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Years; The Musical F Word Podcast Creator and Producer; Carolina Performing Arts Student Association Co-Chair; UNC Symphony Orchestra Flute; Varsity Field Hockey S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Minnesota Wilderness Canoeing Public Service Nourish International, Kathmandu, Nepal Private Enterprise BMG Chrysalis, New York Independent Research Cross-Cultural Music in India, India I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a Big Data in Culture and Society master’s degree in the Digital Humanities Department at King’s College London

Elizabeth Therese Schroeder (Elizabeth) Oak Park, Illinois, Oak Park and River Forest High School; BS with Highest Distinction/Psychology with Highest Honors, Minors in Chemistry and History; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Golden Fleece; Dashiell-Thurstone Prize for Best Psychology Honors Thesis; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; 2016 International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) Presenter; Best Buddies President, Co-Chair, Community Buddy Coordinator; Best Buddies International Young Leaders Council; Admissions Ambassador; Research Assistant, UNC TEACCH Autism Program S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Pacific Northwest Backpacking Public Service Warm Heart Worldwide, Phrao, Thailand Nonprofit Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago Private Enterprise Mindsights, Portland, Oregon I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an employer representative with Bridges from School to Work in Chicago

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Taylor Lane Sharp (Taylor) Morganton, Robert L. Patton High School; BA with Distinction/Interdisciplinary Studies: Philosophy and Business of Sport, Minor in Entrepreneurship; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman and Sophomore Years; Carolina Sport Business Club President and Executive Team; Carolina Athletic Association Sports Marketing Committee; Casting for Hope Co-Founder and Vice-Chair of the Board; CommuniGift Co-Founder; Hoops Africa Documentary Producer; UNC Dance Marathon Corporate Sponsorship Committee S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Colorado Rockies Mountaineering Public Service Hoops for Hope, Harare, Zimbabwe Private Enterprise Tandem Sports + Entertainment LLC, Washington, DC Private Enterprise NBA Development League, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To continue as producer of Hoops Africa and to remain with Casting for Hope as Co-Founder and Vice-Chair of the Board

John Matthew Sincavage (John) Malvern, Pennsylvania, West Chester East High School; BS with Highest Distinction/Biology, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Phi Executive Board, Academic Chair; Community Empowerment Fund Board of Directors, Member-Advocate Coordinator, Health Team Leader; Sethupathy Genomics Lab, RNA Research; Emergency Medical Technician S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wind River Wilderness Public Service Handa Emergency Hospital, Battambang, Cambodia Governmental National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Bethesda, Maryland Private Enterprise Genzyme Corporation, Boston I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine

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Elizabeth Pearl Soffer (Elizabeth) St. Louis, Missouri, John Burroughs School; BA with Distinction/Romance Languages (Hispanic Literatures and Cultures), Minors in Chemistry and Social and Economic Justice; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Carolina For The Kids Foundation Corporate Marketing Chair; St. Louis World Food Day, Director of Social Media; UNC Water Institute Research Assistant S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Public Service Keep a Child Alive, Kampala, Uganda Governmental National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Bethesda, Maryland Private Enterprise San Francisco Giants, San Francisco I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To return to the National Institutes of Health to work with Morehead-Cain Alumnus Dr. Keith Hoots in the Division of Blood Disorders and Resources at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

Catherine Louise Swift (Catherine) Hendersonville, West Henderson High School; BA with Highest Distinction/ Religious Studies, Minors in Environmental Science and Studies and Medicine, Literature, and Culture; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Hope Gardens Co-Chair, Senior Adviser, Outreach Director, Project Leader; C-START Course Instructor: The Final Chapter: Narrative Perspectives on Death and Dying S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Absaroka Backpacking Public Service Manav Sadhna, Ahmedabad, India Private Enterprise Spirituality & Health, Kahului, Hawaii Nonprofit Social Entrepreneur Corps, Ecuador I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work in community service in Pittsburgh before pursuing a Master’s in Social Work with the goal of becoming a palliative care licensed clinical social worker

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Andrew Henderson Wells, Jr. (Andrew) Flat Rock, Hendersonville High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Economics, Minor in Comparative Literature; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Student Attorney General’s Staff, Deputy Student Attorney General and Chief of Staff, Managing Associate, Counsel S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Absaroka Backpacking Public Service Students for Students International, Zanibar, Tanzania Governmental Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, Washington, DC Private Enterprise Frontline Solutions, Durham I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To hike the Appalachian Trail before beginning work in nonprofit criminal advocacy

William Robert Whitehurst, Jr. (Will) Lexington, Forsyth Country Day School; BA with Distinction/Global Studies and Political Science, Minor in Business Administration; Dean’s List and Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; North Carolina Fellows Program; Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence First-Year Fellow; Phi Delta Theta Philanthropy Chair, Alumni Chair; Inter-Fraternity Council Award for Most Community-Service-Involved Chapter; Eve Carson Memorial 5K CoDirector; Student Government, Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership Executive Appointment, State and External Affairs Task Force Team Member; Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit Sponsorship Chair; Kenan-Flagler Undergraduate Business Program Student Advisory Board; Undergraduate Honor Court; North Carolina Youth & Government College Staff Member S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wind River Wilderness Public Service African Leadership Academy, Johannesburg, South Africa Private Enterprise Elypsis, Buenos Aires, Argentina Private Enterprise FCA Group (a Subsidiary of the Libra Group), Coral Gables, Florida I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a business analyst with McKinsey & Co. in Atlanta

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James Scott Williams (James) North Andover, Massachusetts, Brooks School; BA with Highest Distinction/ Economics and Asian Studies (Chinese Concentration) with Highest Honors, Minor in Mathematical Decision Sciences; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina; Marshall Scholarship; Phillips Ambassador; China Hands 25 under 25 in U.S.-China Relations; College Fed Challenge National Runner-Up; UNC Fed Challenge Team Captain; Carolina China Network President; Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit Conference Director; Student Attorney General’s Staff; China Hands Journal Author (Rethinking China’s Exploitation of Africa); Student Advisory Council to the Chancellor (SACC) Freshman Representative; Jackson Center Heavenly Groceries Outreach Volunteer S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Pacific Northwest Backpacking Public Service Nanning Sowers Action Huaguang Girls’ High School, Nanning, China Private Enterprise Small Enterprise Assistance Fund (SEAF), Chengdu, China Private Enterprise Goldman Sachs, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend the University of London and Oxford University as a Marshall Scholar

Kacey Landon Williams (Kacey) Monroe, Piedmont High School; BA with Distinction/Communication Studies with a Concentration in Performance and Public Relations, Minor in Media and Journalism; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman Year; North Carolina Fellows Program; Women’s Soccer Team Manager; Alpha Delta Pi Leadership Chair; Tar Heel TaleTellers Director; North Carolina School of Science and Math Coach; YoungLife Leader S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wind River Wilderness Public Service Hillsong Church, Sydney, Australia Private Enterprise Music City Roots, Nashville Private Enterprise Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida I M M E D I AT E P L A N S Plans in progress

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Kristyn Elizabeth Wilson (Kristyn) Huntsville, Alabama, Randolph School; BA with Highest Distinction/English with Highest Honors and Global Studies; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Speakers at Carolina Chair; Student Leadership Advisory Committee to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; Enrich ELL (English Language Learning) English Language Facilitator; Kappa Delta Academic Excellence Chair, Big Events Chair, Recommendations Chair; Admissions Ambassador; Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools CoachWrite! Writing Tutor; Breakthrough Collaborative Campus Leader S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership Outward Bound, Oregon Rafting & Mountain Expedition Public Service Breakthrough Collaborative, San Francisco Private Enterprise LearnZillion, Washington, DC Nonprofit Fundación Casa Palabra y Pueblo, Ecuador I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To teach English at Woodberry Forest School as the Kenan-Lewis Intern while pursuing a Master’s in Teaching at the University of Virginia

Rhea Jane Wyse (Rhea) Silver Spring, Maryland, James Hubert Blake High School; BSPH/Public Health with Honors; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Renwick Scholar; Founder, The Edge Up Project; Diversity and Inclusiveness in Collegiate Environments (DICE) Chair; Minority Association of Pre-Health Students Vice President; Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Student Liaison to the Provost; Honors Carolina Honors Ambassador; Freshman Council; Women’s Club Basketball Captain; Every Nation Campus Ministries Fellowship Band S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Outdoor Leadership National Outdoor Leadership School, Wilderness EMT Public Service Mercy Urgent Care Clinic, Silver Spring, Maryland Nonprofit Center for Infectious Disease Research Zambia (CIDRZ), Lusaka, Zambia Private Enterprise Baylor Scott & White Health, Dallas I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a strategy consultant with UNC Healthcare

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Rossi Akim Anastopoulo Charleston, South Carolina Ashley Hall School

Vincent Charles Andracchio III Rocky Mount, North Carolina Rocky Mount Academy

Anthony Michael Asher Charlotte, North Carolina Providence Day School

Timber Grey Beeninga Summerfield, North Carolina Rockingham County Senior High School

Alexander Darwin Clayton Edinburgh, Scotland Stewart’s Melville College

Ana Claire Dougherty Albuquerque, New Mexico UWC-USA

Harry Joe Edwards Cleckheaton, Kirklees, West Yorkshire, England Greenhead College

McKenzie Sean Folan Winston-Salem, North Carolina Woodberry Forest School

Nancy Z. Gao Fox Point, Wisconsin Nicolet High School

Destinee Hope Grove Wagram, North Carolina Scotland High School

Morgan James Howell Norwood, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

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Martha Butler Isaacs Butler, Maryland Roland Park Country School

Caleb Nathaniel Jadrich Brownsburg, Indiana The Culver Academies

Caroline Spears Jennings Greenville, South Carolina Christ Church Episcopal School

Lauren Grace Kent Winston-Salem, North Carolina Mount Tabor High School

Laura Catherine Limarzi Windsor, Ontario, Canada Assumption College School

Tony Hong Liu Lindon, Utah The Waterford School

Peter Everett McWilliams Columbia, South Carolina Hammond School

Meredith Gracen Miller Elon, North Carolina Western Alamance High School

Bradley Calvin Ochieng Opere Nairobi, Kenya African Leadership Academy

Anne Bennett Osteen Greensboro, North Carolina Walter Hines Page High School

Morgan McKenna Pergande Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth Country Day School

Emily Catherine Perry Hickory, North Carolina Hickory High School

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Alexandra Key Polk Nashville, Tennessee Harpeth Hall School

Eryn Rachel Ratcliffe Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Country Day School

Meera Caroline Ravi Greenville, North Carolina Junius H. Rose High School

Nakisa Sadeghi Alexandria, Virginia National Cathedral School

Erik Reinhard Schoning Clemmons, North Carolina West Forsyth High School

Brian Charles Shields Allison Park, Pennsylvania Hampton High School

Anita Simha Cary, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

John Wilson Sink Charlotte, North Carolina Myers Park High School

Katherine Anne Stotesbery Austin, Texas Regents School of Austin

Joseph O’Rourke Sullivan Bay Village, Ohio Saint Ignatius High School

Diane Nicole Thompson Chapel Hill, North Carolina Northwood High School

Graham Charles Treasure Knoxville, Tennessee West High School

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Ariana Brynn Vaisey Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada Lester B. Pearson College

Amy Rebecca Woff London, England Fortismere School

Caroline Aunspaugh Woronoff Raleigh, North Carolina Cary Academy

Ottavia Zattra Cornedo Vicentino, Veneto, Italy Li Po Chun United World College of Hong Kong

Morgan Elizabeth Zemaitis Charlotte, North Carolina Mallard Creek High School

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David Ray Allen, Jr. Shelby, North Carolina Shelby High School

Jonathan Tyler Alvarez Coral Gables, Florida Belen Jesuit Preparatory School

Norman Trevor Archer Chapel Hill, North Carolina Chapel Hill Senior High School

Emma Marie Astrike-Davis Durham, North Carolina Cary Academy

Caleigh Morgan Bachop Victoria, British Columbia Canada Mount Douglas Secondary

Mary Grady Burnette Bell Raleigh, North Carolina Ravenscroft School

Travis Benjamin Broadhurst Weaverville, North Carolina North Buncombe High School

Olivia Marie Bruff Lexington, North Carolina Central Davidson Senior High School

Grace Harper Buie Asheville, North Carolina Asheville High School

Andre Bicalho Ceccotti Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, Brazil United World College Costa Rica

Rebecca Marie Chaisson Slidell, Louisiana Slidell High School

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Rebekah Claire Cockram Newton Abbot, Devon, England Torquay Girls’ Grammar School

David William Collins Toronto, Ontario, Canada Greenwood College School

Blake Horrigan Dodge Beaufort, North Carolina West Carteret High School

Anna Elizabeth Dodson Bunn, North Carolina Bunn High School

David Isaac Doochin Franklin, Tennessee University School of Nashville

Claire McBride Drysdale Golden Valley, Minnesota Breck School

Lauren Alexandra Eaves Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England St. Albans High School for Girls

Leah Grace Everist Asheville, North Carolina Asheville High School

Caroline Christine Folz Louisville, Kentucky Dupont Manual Magnet High School

Elliot Lovintz Furbert Bloomfield, New Jersey Montclair Kimberley Academy

Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi Raleigh, North Carolina Raleigh Charter School

Kristen Marie Gardner Raleigh, North Carolina Needham B. Broughton High School

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Sarah Elizabeth Gilmour Black Mountain, North Carolina Charles D. Owen High School

Robert Morris Griffin Gourley Mooresville, North Carolina South Iredell High School

Christopher David Guevara Siler City, North Carolina Jordan-Matthews High School

Samuel O’Brien Haddad Amarillo, Texas UWC-USA

Hannah Bromley Hodge Chapel Hill, North Carolina Chapel Hill Senior High School

Devon Paul Hughes San Mateo, California Aragon High School

Matthew David Llewellyn Jackman Grasmere, Cumbria, England Fettes College

Elaine Kaye Kearney Pinehurst, North Carolina Pinecrest High School

Ashish Thakur Khanchandani Greenville, North Carolina Junius H. Rose High School

Elena Rosa Kovalik Durham, North Carolina Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill

Sami Leroy Lachgar Winston-Salem, North Carolina R. J. Reynolds Senior High School

Eric Hanlin Lee Weldon Spring, Missouri Francis Howell High School

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Rachel Susannah Lempp Greensboro, North Carolina Lucy C. Ragsdale High School

Mallory Anne Lowe Trinity, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Hoang My Linh Luu Hanoi, Vietnam The Hill School

Nicholas Torquil MacLeod Durham, North Carolina Carolina Friends School

Niman Mann Franklin, Tennessee Ravenwood High School

Allison Rae McGuire Clemmons, North Carolina West Forsyth High School

Cameron Caldwell McNeill Durham, North Carolina Riverside High School

Mahogany Alexus Monette Los Angeles, California The Thacher School

Amukelani Sihle Muyanga Soweto, South Africa United World College of South East Asia

Gabrielle Blue Nair Memphis, Tennessee Hutchison School

Elizabeth Grace Nicholls Raleigh, North Carolina Raleigh Charter School

Adeyemi Ademide Olatunde London, England Mossbourne Community Academy

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Ege Partal Kocaeli, Turkey The Koç School

Cara Charon Pugh Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Academic Magnet High School

Rishab Rajan Revankar Jamestown, North Carolina The Early College at Guilford

Corey Landever Risinger Chapel Hill, North Carolina East Chapel Hill High School

Hannah Brown Sloan Trent Woods, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Catherine Atchison Sullivan Raleigh, North Carolina W. G. Enloe High School

Eleanor Savoy Teller Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Country Day School

Emily Ann Venturi Trieste, Italy UWC-USA

Myra Waheed Goldsboro, North Carolina Charles B. Aycock High School

Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. Little Rock, Arkansas Episcopal Collegiate School

Daverian Travun Williams Harrisburg, North Carolina Cabarrus-Kannapolis Early College High School

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Ryan Austin Armstrong Winston-Salem, North Carolina Mount Tabor High School

Carolyne Alice Barker Toronto, Ontario, Canada Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School

Darryl Keith Beasley, Jr. Durham, North Carolina Hillside High School

Jordan Rose Bermudez Durham, North Carolina Charles E. Jordan Senior High School

Mary Beth Browne Mount Airy, North Carolina Salem Academy

Nicholas Edward Byrne Athens, Georgia Clarke Central High School

Carly Bess Cannoy Winston Salem, North Carolina North Forsyth High School

Allison Anne Carter Loveland, Ohio Ursuline Academy

Christopher Jin Yang Combemale St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School

Scott Andrews Diekema Iowa City, Iowa Phillips Academy

John Charles Drouilhet IV New Orleans, Louisiana Isidore Newman School

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Olivia Grace Dunn Greenville, North Carolina D. H. Conley High School

Elizabeth Kendrick Essen Pittsboro, North Carolina Woods Charter School

Danielle Alexis Fowler Vale, North Carolina Lincoln Charter School

Meghana Ganapathiraju Cary, North Carolina Green Hope High School

Rachel Katherine Gideon Nashville, Tennessee Darlington School

Kate Goldenring Nashville, Tennessee The Harpeth Hall School

Carter Lewis Guensler Atlanta, Georgia Henry W. Grady High School

Ana Karen Guerrero Charlotte, North Carolina Harding University High School

Jakob Skyler Hamilton Bradenton, Florida Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School

Adam Husein Hasan Knoxville, Tennessee Bearden High School

Margaret Louise Hassel Chapel Hill, North Carolina East Chapel Hill High School

Aisling Spencer Henihan Wilmington, North Carolina John T. Hoggard High School

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Elizabeth Reaves Houston Dunn, North Carolina Triton High School

Malik Savoy McNeil Jabati Alexandria, Virginia Groton School

Robert Kirkman Jarrell High Point, North Carolina High Point Central High School

Erik Michael Johnson Potomac, Maryland Winston Churchill High School

Regan Nicole Johnson Stanfield, North Carolina West Stanly High School

Pooja Dhanesh Joshi Cary, North Carolina Raleigh Charter School

Rachel Elizabeth Joyner Tallahassee, Florida Leon High School

Jessie Ann Keener Fayetteville, North Carolina Fayetteville Academy

Colby Dixon Kirkpatrick Rocky Mount, North Carolina Rocky Mount Academy

Anna Cady Kiyonaga Chevy Chase, Maryland Stone Ridge School

Melanie Amber Langness Benson, North Carolina West Johnston High School

Constance Elizabeth Longmate Edinburgh, Scotland Mary Erskine School

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Yunfei Ma Yantai, China Christ School

Clare Louise MacDonald Huntersville, North Carolina Woodlawn School

Sarah Margaret McAdon Durham, North Carolina Northern High School

Kent Matthew McDonald Overland Park, Kansas Blue Valley West High School

Sophia Claire McFarlane Concord, North Carolina Central Cabarrus High School

Nicholas Lance McKenzie Orlando, Florida Trinity Preparatory School

Oliver Mitchell-Boyask Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Germantown Friends School

Sebastian Brant Nabatoff Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Latin School

Joseph Robert Nail Whispering Pines, North Carolina Blue Valley West High School

Catherine Mackenzie Nelsen Boone, North Carolina Watauga High School

Phillippa Frances Owens Wigan, Lancashire, England Runshaw College

Matthew Scott Queen Asheboro, North Carolina Asheboro High School

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Ezra Miles Rawitsch Los Angeles, California Polytechnic School

Megan Moriarity Rogge Loveland, Ohio Sycamore High School

Jacob Scott Schmidt Hickory, North Carolina Fred T. Foard High School

Mary Kathryn Selzer Huntersville, North Carolina Christ the King Catholic High School

Rohun Shah Fayetteville, North Carolina Terry Sanford Senior High School

Corinne Spencer Winston-Salem, North Carolina R. J. Reynolds Senior High School

John Donoghue Stanton Columbia, North Carolina Columbia High School

Gabriella Hope Stein Memphis, Tennessee Hutchison School

Anamay Viswanathan London, England Dulwich College

Thokozile Ellen Zimba Lusaka, Zambia African Leadership Academy

Lauren Victoria Zitney Burnsville, North Carolina Mountain Heritage High School

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Vikram Aikat Chapel Hill, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Nikhil Mohan Arora Madison, Mississippi St. Andrew’s Episcopal School

Cecilia Evans Beard Wilmington, North Carolina New Hanover High School

James Willis Benson* Wilson, North Carolina Ralph L. Fike High School

Noah Clark Berens Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Latin School

Ivan Paul Boyers St. Louis, Missouri Crossroads College Preparatory School

Davis Richard Brown Tarboro, North Carolina Rocky Mount Academy

Wynn Alexandra Burrus Raleigh, North Carolina Needham B. Broughton High School

Rodrigo Antonio Bustamante Coral Gables, Florida Belen Jesuit Preparatory School

Kevin Weiguang Cao Morrisville, North Carolina Enloe Magnet High School

Cameron Alexander Champion Raleigh, North Carolina Needham B. Broughton High School

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Reuben Varghese Chemmanam Greenville, North Carolina Junius H. Rose High School

Sandra Shawen Conway Raleigh, North Carolina Saint David’s School

Danielle du Preez Greensboro, North Carolina The Early College at Guilford

Agnes Chinwe Ezekwesili Dulles, Virginia The Hotchkiss School

Vince Ellington Friedman Raleigh, North Carolina Jesse O. Sanderson High School

Tyla Briana Gomez Greenville, North Carolina Junius H. Rose High School

Keely Ann Hendricks Nashville, Tennessee Harpeth Hall School

Daniel Charles Hirst Brentwood, Essex, England Brentwood School

Tai Trong Huynh Indian Trail, North Carolina Union County Early College

Devon Chandler Johnson Dallas, Georgia Christ School

Caroline Marie Kennedy Overland Park, Kansas Blue Valley West High School

Grace Kyende Kinoti Nairobi, Kenya African Leadership Academy

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Kunal Lodaya Chapel Hill, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Samuel Sumner Lowe Elon, North Carolina Western Alamance High School

Stuart Glascoe Luter Virginia Beach, Virginia Norfolk Academy

Kaleb Alexander Lyda Concord, North Carolina Jay M. Robinson High School

Sarah Lutz Mackenzie Calgary, Alberta, Canada United World College of the Adriatic

Daniel Shiloh Malawsky Chapel Hill, North Carolina UNC School of the Arts

Sydney Addison Mantell Cincinnati, Ohio North College Hill High School

Ashton Brianna Martin Roxboro, North Carolina Roxboro Community School

Victoria Matus Alexandria, Virginia St. Timothy’s School

Ashley Caroline Meise Winston-Salem, North Carolina R. J. Reynolds Senior High School

Megan Elizabeth Miller Elon, North Carolina Western Alamance High School

Bridget Vera Mizener Omaha, Nebraska Westside High School

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Evelyn Mugnier Morris Norwalk, Connecticut Miss Porter’s School

Carly M. Onnink Pisgah Forest, North Carolina Brevard High School

Walter Patton Orr Memphis, Tennessee Memphis University School

Uzorma Kafinyinfunoluwa Owete London, England Christ’s Hospital

Pavani Peri Carmel, Indiana Park Tudor School

Wesley James Yount Price Bethesda, Maryland St. Albans School

Megan Lynn Raisle Louisville, Kentucky Dupont Manual Magnet High School

Rishika Reddy Cary, North Carolina Green Hope High School

Thomas Clive Richards Brooklyn, New York Saint Ann’s School

Elizabeth Jett Russler Charleston, South Carolina Ashley Hall School

Nicholas Scott-Hearn Newark, New Jersey St. Paul’s School

Mihir Kamlesh Shah Cary, North Carolina Panther Creek High School

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Shreya Ashish Shah Summerfield, North Carolina Greensboro Day School

Madison Katherine Shoemaker State Road, North Carolina Elkin High School

Junessa Rose Sladen-Dew Saltspring Island, British Columbia, Canada Gulf Islands Secondary School

Margaret Leah Small Elizabeth City, North Carolina Northeastern High School

Philip Daniel Smart Dallas, Texas St. Mark’s School of Texas

Isabelle Francisca Smith* Asheville, North Carolina The Asheville School

Elizabeth Edna Stockton Winston-Salem, North Carolina Forsyth Country Day School

Kelsey Barnhardt Sutton Marshall, North Carolina Madison High School

Ruth Johanna Tomlin Stratford, Connecticut Hopkins School

Elizabeth Peng Tong Glendale, Wisconsin Nicolet High School

Ryan Friedrich Totz Victoria, British Columbia, Canada St. Michaels University School

Jack Elliot Turner Glasgow, Scotland Haileybury

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Isa Margaret van der Drift Mebane, North Carolina Cedar Ridge High School

Caleb Micah Walker Wilson Asheville, North Carolina Asheville High School

Eric Kai Zhu Charlotte, North Carolina Myers Park High School

Olivia Marie Zitkus Pottstown, Pennsylvania The Hill School

Brittany-Diana Marfowaa Wiafe Concord, North Carolina Jay M. Robinson High School

Lili Emilia Zay Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Country Day School

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Mia Wendy ColloredoMansfeld Chapel Hill, North Carolina East Chapel Hill High School

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Steve Michalak Treasurer

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Hannah Hannan Executive Assistant

Megan Mazzocchi Associate Director and Director of Communications

Emily Olson Development Assistant

Dave Mabe Director of Scholar Selection

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Kathleen Hagerty Director of Development

David Greer Development Officer

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Julie DeVoe Scholar Advisor

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Brendan Foley Digital Community Manager

Mariah Keller Scholar Selections Officer

Morehead House and Events

Lindsay Oliver Scholar Advising Assistant

Heather Thomas Morehead House and Events Manager


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