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MOREHEAD-CAIN FOUNDATION POST OFFICE BOX 690 CHAPEL HILL, NC 27514-0690 moreheadcain.org @moreheadcain

WITH PURPOSE. WITH PROMISE.


YE A R IN RE VIE W 2017–2018


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From the Director 1 Morehead-Cain Board of Trustees 3 Morehead-Cain Day of Giving: November 20, 2017 4 6 Are You a Morehead-Cain Partner? Partner Spotlight: Sherwood Smith ’60 (Law) 7 8 Honor Roll of Giving Graduate and Professional School Donors 8 Alumni Donors by Class 8 In Memory of Harold Pollard ’70 20 Friends of the Program 22 Morehead-Cain Staff Donors 23 Parents of Alumni and Scholars 26 The Parents’ Perspective: Sharon and Robert Hughes 27 Corporation and Foundation Donors 28 A Message from the Fund Board Chair 31 Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors 32 The Year in Review 2017–2018 34 TOGETHER Campaign Donor Spotlight: Balram Kakkar ’87 55 A Word from Our Young Alumni 56 Niki Shamdasani ’15 Rhea Wyse ’16 Alex Clayton ’17


Partner Spotlight: Danielle Allen ’09 58 The Morehead-Cain Selection Process 59 Selection Process at a Glance 60 61 Professional Readers 61 Regional Selection Committee Central Selection Committee 62 British Selection Process 64 64 Canadian Selection Process New Nominating Schools 65 TOGETHER Campaign Donor Spotlight: Allison Glosser Aldrich ’91 and Steven Aldrich ’91 66 The Summer Enrichment Program 67 Partner Spotlight: Lilly Farahnakian ’94 71 The John Motley Morehead Society 72 John Motley Morehead Society Spotlight: Katie Ziglar ’79 74 The Discovery Fund: James Dean ’89 and Tyla Gomez ’20 76 Professor Spotlight: Rebekah Cockram ’18 and Dr. Michael Morgan 78 #TakeoverTuesday 79 80 Morehead-Cain Alumni Benefactors Benefactor Spotlight: Lisa and Steve Jones ’74 82

Scholar Impact at Carolina Professor Spotlight: Sanjay Gadi ’18 and Dr. Elizabeth Mayer-Davis TOGETHER Campaign Donor Spotlight: Nigel Long ’93 Senior Class Campaign Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Class of 2020 Class of 2021 Class of 2022 Morehead-Cain Staff Special Thanks

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FROM THE DIRECTOR Dear Friends, Let me be clear. Your support is enabling Morehead-Cain to flourish like never before. Your donations of time, talent, and treasure are clearing the way for innovation in all facets of the Program. And your efforts are changing the lives of countless scholars, families, and others across North Carolina and beyond. This year was especially transformative. We graduated a wonderful class of 55 scholars in May and recruited a record number of 79 scholars for the Class of 2022. You made this exceptional growth possible with your boundless enthusiasm, encouragement, and generosity. We continued implementing changes to our selection process to make our candidate assessment more thorough and focused on leadership. Our alumni were essential. Maybe you reviewed video interviews of out-of-state candidates. Perhaps you took part in restructured interviews for in-state nominees. Or maybe you hosted a first-ever dinner for recipients in your region. We completed a revitalization of the scholar experience and rolled out the new summer enrichment sequence and changes in our study-abroad and gap-year funding to the scholars when they returned to campus in August. The revamp includes an emphasis on ensuring that every scholar graduates with an enhanced global perspective. We sustained our momentum in fundraising, reaching a record 52 percent alumni participation, and are near our initial goal of $50 million. This year’s grant from the Scholarship Fund will cover approximately 20 percent of the Program’s operating budget. And we listened. We completed an alumni engagement study by the Boston Consulting Group in the fall. Our alumni shared with us in a comprehensive survey what they wanted most: more opportunities to learn, easier ways to connect with each other, and clearer ways to support current scholars. And we responded. The most visible change so far is the new Morehead-Cain Network, launched in June, to connect alumni and scholars more efficiently. But more is on the way. All of us on staff are devoted to nurturing this community of 3,000 alumni and 270 scholars—keeping you informed and keeping you connected. Those of you who attend the eighth triennial Alumni Forum in October will see it firsthand. I extend a special thanks to Mike Deimler ’86 and his team at the Boston Consulting Group. Their brilliant work last fall set the foundation for much of the alumni engagement work that followed. We are grateful. As Morehead-Cain approaches its seventy-fifth year, it is entering a new era. And you, our alumni and friends, are at the center of its transformation. Warmly,

Charles E. Lovelace, Jr. ’77 Executive Director

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MOREHEAD-CAIN FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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

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

Ms. Lucy Hanes Chatham Camden, South Carolina

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

Ms. Terri Lacy Houston, Texas

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

Ms. Margaret W. Weaver Houston, Texas

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

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NOVEMBER 20, 2017

The Morehead-Cain community held its second Day of Giving on November 20, 2017—a one-day giving blitz that inspired alumni and friends around the world and celebrated the Program’s founding in 1945. From in-person visits to the Foundation to social media posts that reached tens of thousands of people, the Morehead-Cain family spent the day sharing their stories of inspiration and gratitude. Your support put the Program in position to reach new heights. The day began with 10 percent alumni participation for the academic year and ended at 29 percent once all gifts were processed. In all, 751 alumni made gifts and pledges totaling more than $451,000! Thank you!

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ARE YOU A MOREHEAD-CAIN PARTNER? Morehead-Cain Partner is a relatively new designation that recognizes and honors the loyal commitment of many of our Morehead-Cain Alumni. The Partner designation came about after many years of having Morehead-Cain Alumni ask 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. We also ask that you commit to keeping your Morehead-Cain Network profile up to date so that fellow alumni and scholars can connect with you.

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. 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. So far, 725 Morehead-Cain Alumni have signed up to be Partners. Some have even gone beyond these “basic four” requests by sponsoring scholars as summer interns; serving as readers, video interview assessors, and interviewers in the selection process; returning to campus to mentor scholars as speakers and Alumni-in-Residence participants; and more. 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! If you already do these four things (or are willing to!), but haven’t signed up to be a Partner, please visit http://www.moreheadcain.org/alumni/morehead-cain-partner/ to join this important group!

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My life has been guided and enriched beyond measure by my Morehead-Cain experience; and it is a great pleasure— and privilege—to remain connected to the Foundation and a superlative group of other Morehead-Cain Scholars.” —Sherwood Smith ’60 (Law) Morehead-Cain Partner


2018 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, 2017, and June 30, 2018.   denotes our Morehead-Cain Partners.

Morehead-Cain Alumni Graduate and Professional School Donors Class of 1960 Sherwood Hubbard Smith, Jr. (Law) In memory of Roddey Dowd, Sr. Class of 1970 Raleigh Alexander Shoemaker (Law) Class of 1971 Louis A. Schmitt, Jr. (Business) Class of 1972 Kenneth Coyner Day (Law) Class of 1973 Richard Lofton Michaux (Business) Dale Alan Newton (Medical) Class of 1974 Blenda Woodard Armistead (Business) Luther Parks Cochrane (Law) Class of 1975 Gerry Farmer Cohen (Law) William Keith Hoots (Medical) Class of 1976 Anne Erwin Bishop (Business) George Jost Hauptfuhrer III (Business) Howard Sheldon Schub (Medical) William Felix Vann, Jr. (Dental)

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Class of 1977 Barbara Ann Vestal (Law) Class of 1978 Joan Levitan Blanksteen (Business) Donna Jones Dean (Business) Dewey Michael Jones (Law) Peter Alan Schlesinger (Medical) James Milton Walter, Jr. (Dental) Class of 1979 Richard Mack Harrell (Medical) In memory of James R. Harrell William Gordon Leonard (Law) Frances Dudley O’Brien (Business) Joseph Leon Turner (Business) Class of 1980 David Earl Frost (Dental) Class of 1982 Steven Warren Broadbent (Business) Patrick David Lamb (Graduate) Lynn Wilson McGee (Business) Herman Spence III (Law) Class of 1983 Georgia Lu Herring Meagher (Law) Class of 1984 James Porter Alexander, Jr. (Medical) Eli David Finkelstein (Medical) Sheldon Jordan Fox (Business) David Michael Giltinan (Graduate) Class of 1985 Paul Joseph Schoofs (Graduate) Class of 1987 Melissa Ward Burch (Medical) Robert Steven Chen (Graduate) Richard Hratchia Havunjian (Medical)

Class of 1989 Jon Pointon Woods (Medical)

Alumni Donors by Class Class of 1955 Ronald David Current Class of 1957 Anonymous In memory of Mebane M. Pritchett ’57 In memory of Edward W. Sutton ’57 James Gooden Exum, Jr. Marion Wilson Griffin Class of 1958 Charles Carlyle Davenport, Jr. James Morris Kimzey William Cawthon Roth Michael Spencer Tanner Class of 1959 Robert Wilson Carter In memory of James Monroe Long ’59 Richard Gordon Cashwell Dave McAlister Davis Class of 1960 Silas Walker Blanton, Jr. Ashe B. Exum Albert Otto Funderburk, Jr. Charles Dowd Gray III Bennette Eugene Geer Keys F. Webb McCracken III P. Harold O’Tuel, Jr. Hugh Lester Patterson Richard Hill Robinson, Jr. Wade Marvin Smith William Converse Stem


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Class of 1962 George William Bates Robert Hodges Bilbro In memory of J. Dennis Rash ’62 and in honor of Robert English Sevier ’62 Timothy Brooks Burnett John McLeod Griffiss William Graham Harriss William Colvin Hubbard In honor of Robert Hodges Bilbro ’62 Thomas Jeffrey Koontz Thomas Lemuel Presson John Ward Purrington Robert English Sevier Abner Pope Shuford Larry Milton Stacey

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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 Stewart Beauregard Priddy Lewis Odis Rush, Jr. Rudolph Herman Walldorf Charles Monroe Whedbee Willis Alexander Wilson, Jr.

Robert Love Carter Melvyn Wayne Flye In memory of John Lauchlin Currie ’64 Joseph Waldo Griffin, Jr. Thomas Franklin Henley Lattie Fuller Honeycutt, Jr. Larry Stephen McDevitt Charles Milton Shaffer, Jr. William Marshall Waring In memory of Roy Armstrong Class of 1965 Rowland Lea Girling William Albert Graham In memory of Herbert Luther Bodman, Jr. James Woodson Light Perry Howell McCarty John Daniel Shelburne James Fielding Smith Richard Stockton Trenbath Class of 1966 William Jarvis Busby William Terrell Campbell Walter Raleigh Graham, Jr. John Randle Hamilton John Patrick Harmon, Jr. Harvey Kline

Wade Hampton Logan III Joseph Franklin Martin Spencer Wyatt McCallie David McDaniel Moore II Alexander Turner Shaw III John Richard Steele William Neil Thomas III George Lindeman Wainwright, Jr. Class of 1967 Jonathan Bell Arterton Timothy John Balch Michael James Crosswell John Henry Hanan III William Borden Hooks, Jr. Michael Ray Knowles Donald Alexander Leslie, Jr. Donald Vincent Lewis Lorenzo Lewis, Jr. James Munn McChesney III James Allen Medford John Christian Mundy William Bryan Pittman Robert Stone Powell, Jr. Joseph Carlyle Sitterson, Jr. Stephen Mason Thomas William Webster Tomford Grant Bernard Varner, Jr. George Cole Venters William Lane Verlenden III

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Thomas Skinner White III Richard Fenner Yarborough, Jr. 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 William Edwin Hollan, Jr. David Harris Kiel William Everett Long Michael Albert Menius Petrie Morrison Rainey Haywood Forney Rankin Logan Everett Sawyer, Jr. William MacNider Trott John Robbins Wester Leon Festus Woodruff, Jr. James Richard Young Class of 1969 Charles H. Anderton, Jr. John Garling Callan In memory of John Walker Blair Noel Dunivant Robert Baker Eadie Terence Nash Furness William Benjamine Hawfield, Jr. Robert Ralph Koeblitz James Wilbert Newlin William Keith Rollins William Mercer Rowe III Rixey Browning Todd Benjamin Taylor White Michael David Zimmerman Class of 1970 Jeffrey Richard Boak David Stephen Cloniger Haywood Day Cochrane, Jr. Asa Henry Crawford, Jr. Joseph William Dorn William Porter Farthing, Jr. William Leicester Foster, Jr. William Elwood Garrett, Jr. James Alexander Gray III James William Hoback, Jr. James Franklin Holyfield Thomas Bell Hunter, Jr. Ralph Bruce Laney Allen Drew Lassiter Robert Hart Lee William David Lee, Jr.

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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. James Creekmore Wann, Jr. Henry Thomas Webb III Thomas Carlton Younger, Jr. Class of 1971 Michael Allen Almond David Allen Bennington William Lewis Bost, Jr. Richard Fuller Callaway, Jr. Preston Ernest Davenport, Jr. Kenneth Lee Eagle William Horton Edwards Edward Smoot Finley, Jr. James Russell Lowell Gallagher 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 William Grady Wilson Class of 1972 William Prigmore Aiken, Jr. William Allen Brafford Jack Pool Byrd Kenneth Sears Coe, Jr. Kevin Robert Dungey Frederick Eli Finger III Leslie Holland Garner, Jr. Robert Brevard Gilleland James Meredith Haley IV Joseph Baylor Henninger, Jr. Richlyn David Holt Jeffrey David Katz Carl Dan Killian, Jr. Edwin Fleming Lucas III Joseph Pinckney McGuire Randall Neal Pittman Walter Eugene Russell James David Sink

McKinley Wade Thigpen Curtis Michael Thompson James Howard Wright In memory of Marguerite T. Perry Class of 1973 David Benson Adams Jeffrey Prather Adams David Earl Broome, Jr. 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 James Lamar Henderson III Henry Lockhart Hinkle Freeman Randolph Jones, Jr. Robert Powell Joyce Samuel Grady Koonce, Jr. Page Gravely Lea L. Joseph Loveland, Jr. John Charles Lovett William Ernest Lucas II Haddon Spurgeon Mackie, Jr. Michael Terry Medford Wayne Leonard Michael Gary Michael Miller Michael Collins Miller Frederick Montgomery Morris III Eric Conda Murdock Delbert Bruce Shortliffe Gary Randolph Stafford Jeffrey Lawrence Stephens Anthony Reginald Merivale Steward G. Kennedy Thompson Rickey Connor Weisner Timothy Jackson Whitener George Evans Witt Class of 1974 Peter Adams Barnes William Michael Begley Wilson Montgomery Brown III Granville Bland Byrne III Robert Marshall Campbell Thomas Arthur Dillard William Leroy Duggan, Jr. Andrew Charles George Eddy Scott Conrad Gayle James Franklin Gilliam W. Steven Jones William Lewis Keesler Harvey Leroy Kennedy

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David Wolters Kohl In honor of Paul J. Kropp James Parker Lumpkin II Lee Massey McLaughlin, Jr. Ernest Cobb McLean III John Klauminzer Molen Robert Jay Moore Thomas Victor Morris Cornelius Theodore Partrick, Jr. Allen Wade Pridgen Robin Francis Rhodes Larry Edward Robbins Thomas Comstock Seitz, Jr. Joel Taylor Thigpen Hal Duane Tolan Gregory Howard Tuttle Tony Gerald Waldrop William Alfred Walker Harold Lafayette Waters, Jr. George Richard Whittecar, Jr. Adrian John Michael Wood

Peter Gilmore Douglas Kent Holmes Philip Rudolph Johnson, Jr. Michael Keith Kapp Richard Glen King Laurence Eason Lilley, Jr. James Hawthorne Manly Charles Henry Melvin, Jr. Randolph Carlos Metcalfe John David Roberts Michael Chamberlain Shuck Roscoe Bolar Stephenson III Robert Louis Wynn II Class of 1977 James Rushton Barnes Kevin Ron Barris Jonathan Clark Bender Mark Bissette Stephen Eugene Buie John Franklin Campbell Harvey Hill Carrow, Jr. Jeffrey Duane Fowler Bruce Gary Gellin Miller Walton Gibbons

Curtis Bruce Gowan William Edward Hooper Michael Barry Kastan Charles Edward Lovelace, Jr. John Ivan Mabe, Jr. David Stewart McCue Charles Hubbard McMullen Mark Carpenter McPherson Mark William Mohney Alan Stewart Murray George Kinsey Roper III Charles Buchanan Rouse Raymond Alan Shelton Wilbert Terry Sherrill Thomas Joseph Ward John Dargan Watson, Jr. Robert Spalding Winborne Class of 1978 Todd Shortridge Albert David Joseph Ballard In memory of Mebane Moore Pritchett ’57 Charles Fred Bowman In memory of J. Dennis Rash ’62

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Paul Christopher Browne John Murmon Clarkson III Keith Osburn Cowan W. Frank Dowd IV David Mac Eason Michael Joseph Egan III Nigel Ten Fleming James Wilson Hulbert Joseph Thacher Inglefield III Douglas Edward Markham In memory of J. David Lucas Paul Douglas McGarry Horace William Miller IV Douglas Durrell Monroe III William Howard Moss Stanley Preston Oakley, Jr. David Brian Layton Royle Jonathan Drew Sasser Boyd Stephen Toben Lee Lynn Zia Class of 1979 Ronald Lewis Adams James Lawrence Alexandre Charles Clark Alston William Leo Bamberger, Jr. Victor Eros Bell III David Christopher Chance Roy Asberry Cooper III Andrew Fearnall Fair Robert Nevill Gates James Wright Henry

Geoffrey Michael St. John Hoare Robert John Kendall Mary Sherrill Mallory Thomas Bolton Mayo III Mark William Merritt Ward Weskett Nelson Virginia Burns Petitto Andrew Kenneth William Powell Walton Harrison Reeves, Jr. Robert Louis Rosiello Katie Marie Ziglar Class of 1980 Anonymous Luther Ernest Barnhardt III Elizabeth Dooley Bell Martha Corbi Bulluck Kim Stafford Clarke Robert Wayne Cramer Paul Frederick Duckworth, Jr. Michael Frank Elliott George Steven Felts Rebecca Faye Smith Galli In memory of Robert Forest Smith III Robert Daniel Hays, Jr. William McDowell Hoak Ann Martinelli Livermore Eleanor Duff Green Long Robert Allen Long, Jr. Richard Gregory Michaels In memory of Margaret M. Michaels and Robert P. Michaels

Janet M. Moss Besse Jordan Roche Nancy Catherine Joyce Safrit Thomas Flake Skipper Andrew Carroll Spencer William Reid Thompson III David Nichols von Storch James Alan Wolfe David Calep Wright, III Class of 1981 Byron Clifford Abels, Jr. Cathy Ann Alston-Kearney Louis Adams Bledsoe III Ronald Gail Boatwright Stephen Graham Nathan Brauer Brian Charles Bunch Benic Monta Clark III Randall Allen Davis Laura Alexander Elliott In honor of John A. Elliott Brian MacDonald Goray Randolph Herman Harry Christopher Michael Holmes Dinita LeAnne James Gregory Hollins Kats Theodore Charles Kerner, Jr. Eric John Kostelich Bennett Houston Lockamy Elizabeth Schofield Miller Terrence Dewitt Morton, Jr. Cindy Hoffner Moss Stephen Carter Parham Karen Patricia Bailey Ramshaw Robert Michael Regan, Jr. Franklin Thomas Roberts Vanessa Washington Rowland Frances Jane Seymour Stacy Elizabeth Stubbs David John Vandenbergh Class of 1982 Anonymous (3) William Clayton Bordley IV Peter Francis Breakey Charles Alan Bryan Lee Andrew Clark III William Matthew Detmer Charles Lothrop Gardiner Kelvin Crews Harris Kraig Jarrett Holt Jeffrey Scott Koeze Peter Glyn Charteris Mallinson Kimberly Anne Marshall Edwin Hugh Martin, Jr. In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08

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Class of 1985 Kristin Dutrow Baker Scott McKinley Baker Mary Grady Koonce Bell Terry Glenn Bowman Charles Robert MacMartin Cameron Garth Kleber Dunklin Reynolds Cuthbertson Faulkner Crista Herbert Gannon Justin Louis Gottlieb Lynn Crowder Greer Robyn Shernita Hadley Carolyn Griffin Hall Lucia V. Halpern Tonja Wynn Hampton Martin McMillan Henegar John Burnside Howard, Jr. Sarah Urban Johnston Paul Yoshio Kiyonaga James Moye Lilley Sarah Hester Mayo Samuel John Morse Amy Fonville Owen Allen Keith Robertson Jennie Edmundson Robertson David Andrew Rome Susan Culp Sanders Gay Todd Shackelford Jane Sommers-Kelly Julia Anne Spicer Timothy Patrick Sullivan David Robert Williams, Jr. Wendell Gray Yarbrough

Michael Scott Deimler Amy Smith Ende Roy DeVonne Flood, Jr. David Sidney Fortney Judy Speas Gerritson Anson Bradley Ives Katharine Wilkes Kelley Kimberley Barrett Kwok Aaron Jenkins Land III Peter Rankin McCullough 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. Jennifer Ayer Sandell Stuart Marquand Saunders David Martin Schnorrenberg Angela Royster Scott Kirby Pfeiffer Sheridan Susan Camp Stocks Wienke Maria Tax Otis Edward Tillman, Jr. Macon Cheek Toledano James Michael Wilmott

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Class of 1983 Ellen Starr Bailey Lisa Jeffries Caldwell Wendy Walters Dufour David Murphy Evans Anne Crowe Fischer Sarah Klemmer Girardi Debbie Jordan Hilliard Barbara Rosser Hyde John Tally Johnston III Brantley Tilman Jolly, Jr. William Hugo Kimball Katharine Reid Koeze Wylie Donald Lowery, Jr. ElChino Miro Martin Thomas Edwin Davenport Millspaugh Thomas Samuel Nelson Moorhead William Vincent Oxford Alfred Clinton Perry Douglas Scott Richardson John Carlos Rossitch Grace Emerson Terrell Michael Paul Vandenbergh David Clark von Gunten Dennis Bryan Whittle Wendy Lindner Worcester

Gair B. McCullough Stephen Alphonsus Mitchell Michael Garrett O’Reilly Richard David Owens Jonathan Thomas More Reckford Bonnie Mitchell Riddle David Ray Riddle Kenneth Gaines Smith Daniel Jay Stackhouse Andrea Emily Stumpf Burnet Carlisle Tucker Robert Wilson III

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Sonja McCarter Matson Christopher Clark McIsaac Geoffrey Hugh Chalfant Mock Donald William John Munro Martha Mattingly Payne William Andrew Hamilton Rhodes Lauren Elizabeth Richards-Peterson Mary Elizabeth Searle Patricia Timko Sinclair Timothy Marcus Smith Frank Clark Spencer Hale Hampton Stephenson Joni Lynn Walser

Class of 1987 Anonymous Sally Marcella Butler Francesca Varcoe ColloredoMansfeld Rudolf Josef Colloredo-Mansfeld Richard Walsh Crawford Gregory Lawrence Cullum Anne Towe Egan Adam Frederick Falk Thomas Allan Poynter Godfrey Carolyn Roff Henry Richard David Hoile John Gill Holland, Jr. Mary Campbell Jenkins Fred Howell Jones Balram Kakkar Sallie Lee Krawcheck William Steven Maler Mark Hersey Pavao Donna Gooden Payne Walker Lynch Poole Theodore Schimpf Ridgway, Jr. John Douglas Smith Michael Francis Soboeiro Benjamin David Sutker Antonio Ursano, Jr.

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Alan James Young David Jordan Zubkoff Class of 1988 Garth Quinn Ainslie Brian David Bailey James Graham Best Landis Cox Best Rochelle Monique Brandon Barry Todd Campbell MargEva Morris Cole Richard Andrew Colven Michael Egües Lucy Vanderberry Fountain David Herr Gardner Margaret McKinnon Gardner Scott Keenan Garrison Lisa Armsrees Gillespie Heather Ginn Hall Todd Christopher Hart Bryan Christopher Hassel Jerry Leo Horner, Jr. Victoria Donovan Lackey Emma Carr Lange Edward Carwile LeRoy, Jr. Nathan Carter Newbold IV Monica Riedy Pallett Sean Michael Phelan Sophie Sartain Norman Edward Sharpless Ross Jordan Smyth, Jr. Laura Lynn Walker Frank Kevin Yoo Class of 1989 Elizabeth Hightower Allen 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 Tonya Turner Carroll Anne-Lynne Davis Charbonnet Stephen Nathaniel Cole James Douglas Dean Brock Harvey Dickinson Mary Margaret Dillon Cathy Paparazo Doty David Burton Fountain William Hugh Fuller III Carol Parks Geer Robert Harrison Gourley, Jr. Frances Heather Griffin

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David Anthony Hermer Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet Shireen Enette Khan Claude Ricketts Maechling Brian Wessell McCuskey William Patton McDowell IV Jonathan Clay Oxford Thomas Patrick Brien Plewman Michael Kendrick Reiter Neil Alvin Riemann Sandra Lynn Rierson Patrick Joseph Simpson Heather Brown Smith Amy Pritchard Williams 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 Philip Duncan Floyd In honor of Charles E. Lovelace, Jr. ’77 Sujata Vijay Ghate Jessica Hawkins Green James Patrick Hayden Michael Worth Hinshaw, Jr. Alexander Weld Hodges Nancy Elizabeth Johnson Charles Richard Jones III Jeremy John Marshall Kelly William Brien David Lewis Joseph Michael Loughran III Michael Cameron Lunsford Samuel Neal McKnight Victoria Spence O’Driscoll William Aaron Pizer James Mackay Purves Jon Kurka Rust Timika Shafeek-Horton Richard Michael Smith Sean Maxwell Sumner James Leon Tanner, Jr. William Harrison Ulfelder II Kimberly Huffman Whitley Leslie Anne Williams Class of 1991 Allison Glosser Aldrich Steven Philip Aldrich John Granville Alley, Jr.

Christine Youngblood Anderson Angela Ann Ards John Ray Bakht Bret Allan Batchelder Adrian Jeremy Norville Bedford W. Louis Bissette III Michelle van den Berg Bryan Christie Blom Callaghan William Joseph Craver Anna Siobhan Davitt Elizabeth Brakeman de Bord Ruth Tappan Dowling Katherine Kirby Dunleavy Donald Ralph Esposito, Jr. Robert Carlton Evans Cynthia Stewart Francisco Lisa Michelle Freeman Alexander Burton Guettel Jon Paul Heiderscheit Julie Sheldon Huffaker In memory of Horace Edney Stacy, Jr. Rafael Otilio Martin Charles Edward Merritt Reena Kara Schellenberg Thomas Robert William Silk Matthew Lewis Soule Peter Wesley Upham Susanne Walker Wilson Suzanne Toni Wong David William Wood Class of 1992 Elizabeth Gracie Abbott Carrie Culp Abramson Christian O’Neal Avery John Bruce Buxton Andrew Wilkinson Carter Lawrence Burton Davis Patrick Miles Emerson Shilpi Somaya Gowda Benjamin Douglas Hanson Quaker Elizabeth Harmon Patrick James Heron Matthew Foster Heyd Neil Stuart Horowitz Michael Joseph Hostutler Jennifer Foster Johnson Shane LeGrande Johnson Nick Kontogeorgopoulos Paul Eric Kritzer Kevin Scott Markle Annis Morison Marney Wendell Alan McCain Nori Sie Pennisi Samuel Richardson III Benjamin Noah Rosenberg

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Jennifer Wing Rothacker Henry George James Stevens Timothy Lamont Taylor Stephanie Noelle Toussaint Michael Ulku-Steiner In honor of Charles E. Lovelace, Jr. ’77

Douglas Stephen McCurry Alexander Frew McMillan John Scott Moody Michael Anthony Morton, Jr. Ronney Bassel Mourad Julia Konerding Padgett Carolyn Renee Reinglass William Roeder Susan Wooten Sumner Susan Killian VanderKam Class of 1995 Anonymous Amy Lowery Alexanian Jonathan Granger Atkeson Luke Baker Ameena Batada Emily Barnett Berndt Jennifer Youngblood Campbell Yi-Hsin Chang J. Craig Comer Parshant Kumar Dhiman Garth Cooper Fort Samuel Latham Grimes Carlin Bullard Hollar Ki Soo Jung Jonathan Franklin Justice Locke Anderson Karriker Eliza Hutchison Ketchum Shannon Denise Kete Thomas Fredrick Koonce Pearce Armstrong Landry Garrett David Martin

Louisa Amelia McCarthy Dana Burgess O’Donovan Carolyn Anne Payne Robert Jackson Powell IV William Emerich Sanford Wendy Elizabeth Sarratt Derek Jason Shadid Brian Hamilton Styers In honor of Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 Leonide Gerard Toussaint III Darice Witherspoon Michael Anthony Zvonar Class of 1996 Anonymous Daniel Peter-Daum Aldrich Anne Hudson Angevine Brooks Allen Blake Stacey Michelle Brandenburg Michelle Jana Chan Caroline Carver Cheek-Hill James Clifton Guyton Jonathan Sullivan Gyurko Anna Coffin Hunter Nicholas Simon Macpherson Johnston Michael Klompas Robert Alexander Miller III Pamela Alston Oliver Cristen Parker Page Elizabeth Kelly Parker Daniel Todd Rose Alison Christina Roxby

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Class of 1998 Nishath Athar Ali George Hull Baldwin IV Christopher Andrew Barge Daina Bray Casey Gordon Burns Robin Berholz Cory Ashley Parrott Dunham Benjeil Zurishaddai Edghill Rachel Alexis Fuerst Alexis Slagle Gilroy Adam Kenneth Gusman Melissa Harper Watt Charles Joseph Harris Taylor Clifton Harris Amanda Suttle Hitchcock Jed Lin Lau Patrick Edwin Link Terri Anita Long In memory of Oliver Earl Long

Class of 1999 Anonymous (2) Sydenham Benoni Alexander III Sukanto Neil Bagchi Bradford Blaise Briner Ayodele Tara Carroo Christian Hubert Charnaux Glenetris Hart Clyburn Richard Horace Conner III Jamie Everhart Deis Helen Lane Dilg Ellen Greer Harris Sam Marie Hermitte Angela Woods Howard Kristy Renee Huffman Melissa Lynne Johnson Alyssa Wilson Leggoe Janora Ann McDuffie Shalanda Macon-Jaliwa Miller Lucienne Claire Papon Jeffrey Mark Pike Adam Dale Short Alison van den Broek-Fischer Angela Merritt Verdery Tracy Lynne Voreis Caroline Willingham

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Class of 2000 Anonymous Comer Ireland Aebersold Lauren Jean Agrella-Sevilla Willie Edward Alston, Jr. Kimberly Brooke Chapman Derek Yung-Ho Chiang Thomas Alasdair Geddes Michael Brendan Hanley David Wayne Jernigan Erin Petty Jones Jerri Anne Kallam Erika Hamilton Karasiewicz Jason Matthew Knott Joanna Lyndrup Kozlowski Emily Howard Kudva Aaron David Levine Jessica Lin-Powers Margaret Ryalls Mathes Margaret Leighton McNairy Erik Ivan Mikysa Charlotte Anne Mitchell Adebowale Ayoola Odulana Connie Wildred Sawyer III

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Class of 2002 Valerie Elizabeth Alter Robert Ernest Boykin Kathryn Pierce Celauro Erika Lyn Streck Cerwin Jennings Lambert Clingan Leah Bost Mackie Corrie White Conrad Sarah Goins Creed Patrick Timothy Fox Robert Kemp Gouldin Eric David Johnson Stephen Thomas Keleher James Mitchell Kenney William George Laxton, Jr. John Walter McDowell IV Amanda Boenish Methvin Billy Joe Mills III Sonia Mondor Christian Bradford Moretz Katherine Nicole Neal Justine S. O’Connor-Petts Rachel Mazyck Pfeifer Willis Jackson Phillips, Jr. Bradford Lee Picot

Class of 2003 William McKenzie Aiken Charles Newell Battle II Lawrence Phillip Braithwaite Justin Michael Carreker Marina Chase Carreker Katherine Anne Carter Thomas Ryan Ciszek Justin Daniel Cunningham Kindl Shinn Detar Karine Marie Dubé Rhiannon Kate Fisher Lydia Harris Guterman Aaron Herschel Hiller Arash Jahanian Nell Pollard Johnson William Wesley Johnson Robert George Kane Jason Wayne Kemp Britt Ashley Lake Kelly Jo Landreth Dana Messick Ledyard Nicholas Joseph Lewis Hannah Johnson Ong Emily Reynolds Pierce Kimberly Jessen Roberson Carolyn Edith Shook Chih-Ping Tsai Julie McManus Werry Scott Samuel Werry

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Class of 2001 Anonymous Naomi Smith Buehrle Oliver Carter III Norman Siu Yong Ching, Jr. Elton Hendrie Click Ryan Preston Dahl Nicholas Owen Detmer Hassan Terrance-Craig Kingsberry Anne Fawcett Krishnan Kelley Vance Lawrence Craig John MacDonald Kevin Charles Massey Patrick Methvin Jesse Moore Emily Page Nelson Branson Halsted Page Dana Lauren Peirce Todd Mischa Pugatch Bradford Will Rathgeber Emma Zoe Louise Richardson Frank Michael Torti, Jr. Barton Christian Walker Mary Winifred White In honor of Megan M. Mazzocchi

Jennifer Mouchet Hall Kari Forrest Hammond Venroy Kirkpatrick July Elizabeth Kistin Keller Julia Schlafly Lilly Angela Marie Liu Richard Thackston Lundy Kasey Quillen Maggard Katharine Louise Melville Tara Lynn Neubrand Michael Perkins Phipps Andrew Charles Pike Nina Eloise Poe Derrick Mark Preston Tyler Thomas Ray Tung Siu Jonathan Philip Slain Tommy Thekkekandam Leia Kelly Vetter

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Sarah Wells Slechta Howard Badger Stone Brian Grover Strong Tamaurus Jerome Sutton

Class of 2005 Amon Easterling Anderson Michael Franklin Brinkley Bradley Alan Burton Mariam Missaghi Cline Rebecca Lauren Frucht Divya Gopal Sung-Wook Han Katherine Jennifer Harris Kathryn Roebuck Holding Emily Dawn Johnson Stephen Cameron Kearns Amelia Andrews Kelly Francis Edward Kelly IV Robbie Kusnir Tyler Michael Lester Claire Young Neely Daniel Thompson Paine Jeremy Michael Perrelle Jessica Stone Reeck Josey Bridges Snyder Jared David Sokolsky Robert John Squire Clyde Eugene Stunson, Jr. Charles Patrick Thompson Richard Christopher Waters Amorn Wongsarnpigoon Class of 2006 Lewis Cuttino Alexander Bruce Warren Andrews, Jr. Amir Homayoun Barzin Jonathon Charles Benson Laura McIver Boggess Scott Andrew Burr Erin Scharling Carter

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Among the many ways Morehead-Cain Alumni have given back to the University has been the establishment of three thriving UNC professorships. The first—the Morehead-Cain Alumni Distinguished Professorship— was the University’s first milliondollar endowed professorship. Created by Morehead-Cain Alumni in 1985 as part of their very first collective fundraising effort, the endowment has grown large enough to support two current Morehead-Cain Alumni Distinguished Professors— Evelyne Huber in political science and Geoffrey Sayre-McCord in philosophy. The third professorship is the Morehead-Cain Alumni Distinguished Visiting Professor­ ship for Honors, which brings to campus a prominent individual each year to teach an Honors course in his or her area of expertise. It was created by Morehead-Cain Alumni in 2002 as part of their contribution to the University’s Carolina First Campaign.

Sebastian Paul Gibbs Lucile Denson Gundersen William Jeffreys Hortman Jennifer Helen Kling Vincent Jean Lagacé Patricia Ann Longoria Jeanne Morris Maurrasse Lauren Emily Mills Khanh-Lien Huu Nguyen Thomas Joseph O’Keefe Horace Andrew Patterson Christopher David Riddle Deviré Montauvo Robinson Benjamin Keenan Stolbach Margaret Paige Teich Christopher Stephens Walker David Donald Werry

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Class of 2007 Heather Michelle Aldersey James Stephen Allred Philip Carrington Blackett In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08 Damian Anthony Cannon Earl Goodwin Chesson, Jr. Thomas Elias Cluderay William David Hayles Jane Hope Hudson Catherine Reed LeCompte Maile Cathleen Lesica Benjamin Joshua Lundin Alastair Michael McKeever Jonathan David McNeill Jeffrey Peter Millar Nicholas Boddie Mosley Jessica Kathleen Polka Amanda Shintay Thornton Dax Thattacunnel Varkey Elizabeth Petter Webber Lotte Tulloch Wright Class of 2008 Emmanuel Bello McLain Sherrill Mallory Cuellar John Keegan de Lancie Leticia Pamela Mendoza Garcia Fletcher Harrison Gregory IV Amit Gupta Tristan Thomas Heinrich Naimul Huq Anna Fara Lassiter Aaron Lee Marcus Antonio Levon McBroom Joel Leon Moore, Jr. Erin Hardee Ogburn David Evan Pollock Jesse Michael Soloff Alana McAllister Wilson Class of 2009 Danielle Maria Allen Hilary Schronce Blackwood Graham Alan Boone Crister Bond Brady In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08 Anna Marshall Castillo Kaylan Alyssa Christofferson Lucia Anne Parker DeMarco Joshua Bryan Diamonstein Suzanne McCullough Fauvre-Willis George Bennett Hodgin John Andrew Hulbert Ashelyn Nicole James

Tyler Nathaniel Layne Nori Oxholm Lim In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08 Ying Liu Kevin James McMullin Jennifer Michelle Milikowsky Emily Elizabeth Nix Edward Julian Clough Perkins Brock Thomas Phillips Daniel Gerard Randolph Emir Singh Sandhu Caroline Catherine Schneider Julia Conway Slovis Tristram Rennie Thomas Hayley Marie Thompson Stephen Legrande Vance William Myles Wynn Elisabeth Irene Yorke Class of 2010 Lynzentia Anka-Lufford Mikhail Mikhailovich Belikov Catherine Shepherd Burns Emily Dare Carter Elizabeth Blair Longino Cohen Eve Stefanie Georgia McTurk Cout Vikram Ajay Dashputre Scott Davis Gallisdorfer Ying Hua Courtney Patterson Inscoe Anne Lewis Baer Kiley Kevin Robert Kiley Alex Wolfe Lassiter Alexander Lim In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08 Aaron Manning Hadley Heath Manning Janel Natasha Monroe Andrew Montgomery Sawyer Noland Alexander Maxwell Stephens Anthony Rees Sweeney-Taylor Thomas Varkey Thriveni James Joseph Waters Sebastian Cain Williams Calvin W. Young Amy Rebecca Zipursky Class of 2011 Amy Caroline Abramowitz Robert Joseph Ackerman Natalie Sutton Alvarez Edmund Theodore Baxa III Thomas Joseph Bolek William McDaniel Bondurant Christopher Lee Carter Sarah Anne Core

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Class of 2012 Anonymous Nicholas Kenneth Hinzy Andersen Jessica Nicole Anderson David Strauss Baron Adam David Brawley Susan Eleanor Clark William McElwee Clayton Geoffrey Jarrard Cole Tyler Johnson Cook Grayson Elliott Cooper Rebecca Joy Crabb Alexis Meredith Cribbs Christina Olson Cronk Erik Mason Davies Anthony Eric Dent Abigail Faye Nix Finley Caroline Wills Ott Ford Joshua Michael Ford Adam Michael Glass Kelsey Farson Gray Jessica Lauren Gregory Sydney Elizabeth Hartsell Elizabeth McCain Irwin Amber Micole Koonce Nicholas Mark Lennon

Justin Charles Loiseau In honor of Jennifer O. Loiseau Gregor Campbell MacLennan Brent Ford Macon Russell James Westcott Martin Matthew James Miller William Griffin Morrel IV Christopher Patton Nickell Laura Taylor Paschall Gregory Forest Randolph Lily M. Roberts Joel Katende Semakula Evgeniya Serdetchnaia Siyuan Sheng Katherine Battle Shintay Elizabeth Anne Smith Victoria Nicole Stilwell William Harris Thomason Carroll Wesley Wollard III

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Wesley Lawrence Crouse Emma Henriette Din In memory of Rebecca Din Keith Michael Grose Kerry Anne Williams Harris Elizabeth Cusick Hazeltine Michael James Johnston Lisa Jeffries Jones Ann Mills Lassiter Evan Chen Lien Julia Blair Powell Love Elizabeth Nicole Monier Martin Travis Johnson McElveen Hogan Eastwood Medlin Anna Virginia Krueger Melnikoff Alastair James Rushton Monty Olivia Paige Myrick Katherine Marie Novinski In memory of Eve Marie Carson ’08 Marco Sabatino Romeo Evan Kershaw Rose Bryanna Nicole Schwartz John Avery Scotton, Jr. Maria Christine Solitario Nida Waheed Bradley Anson Waters Kevin Michael Whitfield Robert Casper Wiggins

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Thomas Lawrence Jones Frank B. Kelly, Jr. John Charles Lovett ’73 Jill Williams Lucas and William Ernest Lucas II ’73 Alan McGill Mayfield Kenneth Wayne McAllister ’71 James Munn McChesney III ’67 James Luther McCormick, Jr. Barbara Brandon Weyher and Dan Johnson McLamb Lee Massey McLaughlin, Jr. ’74 Ernest Cobb McLean III ’74 Lethea Quin Mitchell and Roy Douglas Mitchell, Jr. Katharine Caldwell Nevin Lee Trammell Newton, Jr. ’70 Barbara Miller O’Herron and Kennedy Clarke O’Herron Henry Worth Parker ’70 Walter Wrinza Pitt, Jr. Mark C. Pope III Thomas Lee Pope, Jr. G. Wesley Price Thomas Anthony Pritchard Melanie Nagel Robbins Grace Irby Robbins and Charles Austin Robbins, Jr. Elizabeth Jane Hollan Rudolph and Vernon Carver Rudolph, Jr. Emily Harvard Smith and Garnett A. Smith James Ross Spencer III Robert Gibson Steele Henry LaFayette Stewart III Nora Williams Swofford and John Douglas Swofford ’71 William MacNider Trott ’68 William Eaton Urquhart, Jr. Kathryn Heath and Henry Thomas Webb III ’70 John Robbins Wester ’68 Nancy Hanes White and Sydnor Montgomery White, Jr. Marjorie Jane M. Wilson and Stewart Leigh Wilson, Jr. Mary Louise Gregory Wilson and Peter Thomas Wilson III David Teague Wood

Diego Carlos Camposeco Allen Champagne Tait Garry Chandler Sarah Whiting Cooley Marielle Barrett DeJong Alexander Izaak Earnhardt Natalie Claire Feingold Cheney Behrens Gardner Garrison Gray Gordon Clayton Scott Hackney Amirah Jiwa Katrina Marie Wertz Kanode 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 Brian Cameron Russell Yasamin Ege Sanii Sophia Maria Vaporis Schermerhorn Maximillian P. M. Seunik Sasha Seymore Nikita Shamdasani Sagar Samir Shukla Jacqueline Grace Wallace Violette Liang Zhu Class of 2016 Anonymous William Perry Almquist Krunal Dhaval Amin

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Ashish Thakurdas Khanchandani Elena Rosa Kovalik Sami Leroy Lachgar Eric Hanlin Lee Rachel Susannah Lempp Hoang My Linh Luu Nick MacLeod Niman Mann Allison Rae McGuire Cameron Caldwell McNeill Mahogany Alexus Monette Amukelani Sihle Muyanga Joseph Robert Nail Gabrielle Blue Nair Elizabeth Grace Nicholls Ege Partal Cara Charon Pugh In honor of Zora Neale Hurston Rishab Rajan Revankar Corey Landever Risinger Hannah Brown Sloan Catherine Atchison Sullivan Eleanor Savoy Teller Emily Ann Venturi Myra Waheed Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. Daverian Travun Williams

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Nancy Gao Destinee Hope Grove Morgan James Howell Martha Butler Isaacs In honor of Zora Neale Hurston Caroline Spears Jennings Lauren Grace Kent Laura Catherine Limarzi Tony Hong Liu Anne Bennett Osteen Morgan McKenna Pergande Alexandra Key Polk Eryn Rachel Ratcliffe Meera Caroline Ravi Nakisa Sadeghi Anita Simha Wilson Sink Kate Stotesbery Joseph O’Rourke Sullivan Diane Thompson Graham Treasure Ariana Vaisey Amy Rebecca Woff Caroline Woronoff Ottavia Zattra Morgan Zemaitis

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Eric Alexander Barefoot Nicole Lawton Behnke Claire Elizabeth Bennett Jacob Jablon Bernstein Turker Bulut Stephen Bundy Cone, Jr. Peter Elliot Diaz James Patrick Ellsmoor Sam Michael John Fletcher Samantha Rose Forlenza Ian Michael Gallager Tavia Isaura Gonzalez Peña James Thomas Gooding III Lindsay Paige Gorman Larry Han Blake Marie Hauser Alice Haiyu Huang 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 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

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Susan Beach Barris Clay Lamont Barrow Anna Routh Barzin Virginia S. Batchelder Susanne Rayburn Bates Emily Dawson Battle Lola E. Battle Thomas Franklin Beaty Danny Bell Gage I. Bennington Leslie Bevan In memory of Horace Edney Stacy, Jr. David Joseph Bevevino Carol Williams Bilbro In memory of J. Dennis Rash ’62 and in honor of Robert English Sevier ’62 Michael A. Bishop Cynthia Ward Bissette Erica Buchholz Bissette Lelia Elisabeth Blackwell Charles Blanksteen Cameron Taber Blanton Suzanne Green Bledsoe Barbara Blodi Matthew Benjamin Blue Amy Blum Jamie Sue Boatwright James Morrison Bondurant In honor of Kristyn Elizabeth Wilson ’16 David Michael Boren John Watson Bowers

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Sharon H. Thomas Kathylee Baigas Thompson Lindsay Parris Thompson Ann Duggan Thornton Sloane Miller Tilley Audrey Boone Tillman Helgard L. Tomford Sara McKinley Torti Andrea Maria Kusa Toussaint Kim Lien Vo Thi Trenbath Lana M. Turner Beril Suzan Ulku-Steiner In honor of Charles E. Lovelace, Jr. ’77 Stefanie Malone Upham Betsy Webster Varian Lauren Varkey Vivian Harris Varner Nickye Yokley Venters Nicholas Vetter Judith Allen Vinroot Kim Vrana Carol McChesney Wainwright Robina Hogan Walker Sarah Umstead Walker Greg A. Walker Wilson Michele Wallendal Patricia Miller Wann Martha Craig Ward Natalie Huffman Ward April Warren Patti Archibald Waters (Deceased) Jean Gazala Watson John Dargan Watson III Margaret W. Weaver Jonathan Webber Constance Crockett Weisner Heather O’Reilly Werry India L. Whedbee Ramona Taylor White Marvin Gaye Williams Meghan Staffiera Williams Whitney Leigh Collins Williams Lauren Winborne Michael Louis Wiser Rattiya Amy Wongsarnpigoon Brandan Keith Wright Elizabeth Wood Wright In memory of Marguerite T. Perry Sharon Hutton Wright Holly Taylor Young Stacey Miller Yusko and Mark William Yusko Thomas H. Zimmerman Adam J. Zweiback

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Parents of Alumni and Scholars Anonymous (3) Allene Cooley Adams ’86 Shabana Anwar and Waheed Akhtar Alicia R. Alford and Michael Kevin Alford ’86 Rana Alkoutami and Ghassan Alkoutami Amy Ledford Allen and David Ray Allen, Sr. Perry Futral Almquist and Robert E. Almquist Halina K. Alter and Alan David Alter Maria Camargo Alvarez and Jose M. Alvarez Hema Amin and Dhaval Amin Michele Amoroso and Gregory M. Amoroso Nancy Easterling and Charles T. L. Anderson Kyoko Ando Eugenie Dunn Andracchio and Vincent Charles Andracchio II Melissa Crowe Andrews and Mark Quayle Andrews Janet Archer and Trevor K. Archer Namita Arora and Sumesh Arora Cindy Bachop and Steven Bachop Katherine Ellis Baer Wendy J. Miller and James Barefoot Margaret Banks Basinger and Dale Barry Basinger Mary Grady Koonce Bell ’85 and Victor Eros Bell III ’79 Mary Elizabeth Bennett and Brian C. Bennett Elizabeth J. Bondurant and Stuart F. Bondurant Tracy P. Bradey and Christopher L. Bradey Laurel E. Broadhurst and Richard S. Broadhurst Donna Marie Bruff and Leonard Paul Bruff Billie Harper Buie and Stephen Eugene Buie ’77 Hunter Brown Buxton and John Bruce Buxton ’92 Elizabeth G. Carter and William R. Carter Kimberly A. Russell and Brian C. Chaisson

Margaret Geiger Chesson and Earl Goodwin Chesson Jane Lynch Cochrane In honor of Walker Lynch Poole ’87 Christina M. Collins and Michael A. Collins In honor of David William Collins ’18 Francesca Varcoe ColloredoMansfeld ’87 and Rudolf Josef Colloredo-Mansfeld ’87 Janice Core and Kenneth W. Core Barbara Jost-Creegan and Richard Creegan Nancy Charlene Astrike and Beatrice Joan Davis Patricia Espirito Santo and Antonio Edimundo Bicalho De Melo Melissa H. Diaz and Peter Elliot Diaz Robert Clifton Dodge Patricia Strickland Dodson and Terry James Dodson Patricia H. Doggett and John M. Doggett, Jr. Janice Locklear Doochin and Lawrence Lindy Doochin Julie Drysdale and Michael Drysdale Andrea Eaves and Simon Eaves Anne Marion Boyle and Mark Andrew Espeland Mary K. Everist and William Luke Everist In honor of Leah Grace Everist ’18 Ragan Portaro Folan and McDara Patrick Folan III Emily Folz and Rodney Folz Tina Ford and Michael Ford Gloria Hinton Fuller and William Hugh Fuller, Jr. Phyllis B. Fulton and Earnest Levern Fulton Sashi Rekha Gadi and Jagadish Gadi Marie Whitehurst Gardner and Jerome B. Gardner Karen Moran-Germ and William Germ Marilyn Fern Martin and Monroe T. Gilmour Karen F. Gooding and James T. Gooding, Jr. Sandra T. Gouldin and Robert A. Gouldin Frances Heather Griffin ’89 and Robert Harrison Gourley, Jr. ’89 Judith H. Hansen and William Hansen Emily Ayscue Hassel and Bryan C. Hassel ’88

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Parents’ Perspective: Robert and Sharon Hughes Devon Hughes started at UNC when he was just 17. He has wanted to be a doctor since he was a child, so his major was decided early. Actually, make that plural: majors. Determined to serve underprivileged communities, Devon double majored in biology and Hispanic linguistics. The Morehead-Cain Program assisted him in finding on-campus research positions and funded his volunteer medical work in the Dominican Republic during a summer. Morehead-Cain staff advised him in navigating his coursework, and Morehead-Cain Alumni advised him on optimizing his medical school applications. This fall, Devon started at Meharry Medical School in Nashville, Tennessee. He, of course, is grateful—and his parents are, too. Because of their son’s experience, Robert and Sharon Hughes decided to include the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund in their planned giving—becoming the first parents of a Morehead-Cain Scholar to do so. “We’re just filled with gratitude for everything the Foundation has done for Devon,” Robert says. “He probably would’ve been successful anywhere, but I really feel like the Foundation ensured his being successful.” The Hugheses are a couple who knows what it means to confront the question of legacy. In October 2017, their home burned in the most destructive fire in California’s history. A neighbor banged on their door in the middle of the night, shouting that they needed to evacuate. The Hugheses threw some belongings in their car, grabbed their pets, and escaped. By the time authorities got the fire under control, more than 2,800 homes—including the Hugheses’—had been destroyed in the city of Santa Rosa alone. In total, the fire killed 43 people. “I feel lucky that we were able to get out unscathed,” Sharon says. “You have to reevaluate,” Robert says. The couple had included the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund in their trust update prior to the fire, and for them it was an easy decision to keep the planned gift—even after losing nearly all their worldly possessions. “You look for bright spots,” Robert continues. “We did make it out alive. Our animals made it out alive. We were appropriately insured. We’re in the rebuilding process.” Sharon emphasizes her continued feeling of gratitude: both for their escape from the fire and for the Morehead-Cain. She says that to this day, one of her favorite memories is the moment the couple found out their son had been offered the scholarship. “It was a monumental moment. Our lives were forever changed.”

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Alison J. Henihan and Robert D. J. Henihan Fariba Golkho Homesley and Clifton W. Homesley In honor of Troy Clifton Homesley III ’14 Sharon L. Hughes and Robert C. Hughes Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 and Joseph Reeves Hyde III Hekima Ojemba Jaliwa Donna M. Tasso-Johnson and Mark B. Johnson Sally Cunningham Johnson and William Dean Johnson Elizabeth Iaquinta-Karsten and Randal Karsten Jennifer Ellington Kearney and Wayne Thomas Kearney, Jr. Laura A. Kellogg and Robert E. Kellogg In honor of Camryn Gerard Kellogg ’22 Jaya Thakurdas Khanchandani and Thakurdas Sugnomal Khanchandani Debra Soltis and Paul Yoshio Kiyonaga ’85 Debbie Sue Kobernick In memory of Stephen Kobernick Katharine Reid Koeze ’83 and Jeffrey Scott Koeze ’82 Isabel M. Kovalik and Eugene Kovalik Christine J. Leroy and Abdessadek Lachgar Anne Morris Landry and Pearce Armstrong Landry ’95 Carol Ann Lang and David Stephen Lang Allen Drew Lassiter ’70 Rosemarie Eleanor Lawson and Kenneth Mark Lawson June Hobby Leland Aihua Shao and Chunping Li In honor of Eric Hanlin Lee ’18 Cynthia J. Lowery and Robert B. Lowery Lucinda Fairburn Lundy and J. Thomas Lundy, Jr. Thi Ngoc Mai Hoang and Danh Doanh Luu Jacqueline MacLeod and David B. MacLeod In honor of Nicholas Torquil MacLeod ’18 Anuradha Mann and Daljit Mann

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Sandra Tate Mayfield Mary Alyce Searles McCullough and Joseph McCullough Sharon Bingham McGuire and Thomas Alfred McGuire, Jr. Diana Bures McNeill and David Caldwell McNeill Sarah T. Mitzell and Channing F. Mitzell Martin W. Mizener Telona Monette Aisha Muyanga Kelly L. Katterhagen and Lawrence Nabatoff Kathryn Burke Nair and Brenton Nair Kay Nicholls and Marc Nicholls Karen Nickell and Patton Van Nickell Vivian Ruth Sawyer and Thomas T. Noland, Jr. Donna Oberembt and Randall M. Oberembt Bettie Wiley Olson and Steven Robert Olson Caroline Cockrell Orr and R. Wilson Orr III Rebecca Ott and Richard Ott Melanie Marshall-Park and Frederick K. Park In memory of Paul Hardin III Nancy Paschall and Timothy T. Paschall Melissa Peeler and Michael Peeler Frasher H. Pergande and John F. Pergande William H. Polk, Jr. Susan B. Pollock and Philip G. Pollock Sueann Mazer and Gary Powers In honor of John Martin Powers ’15 Amy C. Yount and Nathan H. Price Charlisa Pugh and Willis D. Pugh Gaylyn Reilly and Mark E. Reilly In honor of Katherine McCrystal Reilly ’15 Holly Ferguson Rio and Christopher Rio Carolyn M. Landever and Bradley M. Risinger Rhudelyn Rodrigo and John Rodrigo Sandra Rives Roscoe and Jeffrey V. Roscoe Nancy Hanes Sasz and Steven P. Sasz Ann F. Schroeder and James C. Schroeder Denice Marie Bundo Short and John Francis Short

Caroline Sink and Robert C. Sink In memory of J. Dennis Rash ’62 Timothy C. Sloan Jean W. Smith and William N. Smith Mary Elisabeth P. Soffer and Allen D. Soffer Susan R. Stotesbery and William D. Stotesbery Kim Nail Sturkey and Bryan Douglas Sturkey In honor of Anna Elizabeth Sturkey ’14 Catherine Lynne Atchison and Thomas Sullivan Shelayne Daly Sutton and W. Franklin Sutton Deidre Teller and Robert Joseph Teller Tracy Stannard and Vittorio Venturi Susanne Walker Wilson ’91 and Greg A. Walker Wilson Lisa McGovern and Jonathan Wallace In honor of Jacqueline Grace Wallace ’15 Deborah A. Warren and Alfred Daniel Warren III In honor of Daniel Patrick Warren ’14 Barbara Jeanne Simon-Waters and James Robert Waters Penny B. Wilbourn and Gordon M. Wilbourn, Sr. Martha L. Wilson and Peter S. Wilson Helen Janet Howell Wisland and David Charles Wisland Julie Isaacson and Michael Wolszon Anne Weian Liang and Jonathan Bo Zhu Liang Shi and Tong Zhu

Corporation and Foundation Donors Anonymous R. L. Adams, PLLC Aetna Foundation, Inc. Matching Gifts Agilent Technologies Inc. Matching Gifts Jose M. Alvarez, Sr. Trust AmazonSmile Foundation American Endowment Foundation American Online Giving Foundation Inc. Apple Computer Matching Gifts Atlas Stageworks Lighting AXA Foundation Matching Gifts

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“Our newest alumni continue to lead the way. . . . this spring, we learned that more young UNC alumni (30 years old or younger) give to Morehead-Cain than to any other area on campus. Our community is setting the pace for the entire University.” Keith Cowan ’78  |  Chair, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board

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A Message From the Fund Board Chair Dear Friends, We have something incredible in common. Receiving the Morehead-Cain Scholarship forever changed our lives. It provided us with the lifelong distinction of being a Morehead-Cain Scholar—and it made us members of a second family. In fact, the more I reflect on my life and career, the more I know the Program has had the single biggest impact on my life apart from that of my parents. The combined generosity of John Motley Morehead III and Gordon and Mary Cain has had a similar impact on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Program has advanced and continues to advance the reputation, academic rigor, and leadership capacity of Carolina. Maybe more than anything else! Scholars serve in leadership roles across campus. They start clubs and new ventures. All while Morehead-Cain Alumni guide, teach, and break ground as campus leaders, professors, and researchers. Morehead-Cain is embedded in Carolina’s DNA—and vice versa. It is no surprise, then, why so many of you give back. The alumni on the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board set an ambitious goal of 55 percent alumni participation for the 2017–2018 academic year. We hit a Program record: 52 percent. Your support is sustaining, enhancing, and growing the Program. Your gifts have an immediate impact as well. The 79 scholars selected this spring, and their families, are the beneficiaries of your kindness. Our newest alumni continue to lead the way: 98 percent of graduating seniors made a gift to the Fund. And this spring, we learned that more young UNC alumni (30 years old or younger) give to Morehead-Cain than to any other area on campus. Our community is setting the pace for the entire University. As brightly as the sun shines today, our future is brighter. There is an Alumni Forum this fall. There is a new Morehead-Cain Network. The Program is doing more than it ever has to engage with alumni and to help us connect with each other. All these years after we graduated, it is still striving to enrich my life and yours. The Program reminds prospective scholars that becoming a Morehead-Cain is a “lifelong distinction.” Indeed it is. How fortunate that makes us. I look forward to seeing you at the Forum. All the best,

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

Dr. Rachel Mazyck Pfeifer ’02 Columbia, Maryland

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Mr. Philip E. Berney ’86 New York, New York

Ms. Jennifer Halsey Evans ’94 Atherton, California

Dr. Robert A. Blouin Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Mrs. Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 Memphis, Tennessee

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

Mr. Andre B. Ceccotti ’18 Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Mr. A. Bradley Ives ’86 Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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

Mr. Malik S. M. Jabati ’19 Alexandria, Virginia

Ms. Katie M. Ziglar ’79 Chapel Hill, North Carolina


“UNC and the Morehead-Cain Scholarship helped me develop ways of being in the world that still guide me: community, service, and grit.” Dr. Deepu Gowda ’93  |  Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Columbia University Medical Center

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THE YEAR IN REVIEW 2017–2018 7.19.2017 Baltimore Alumni Meet-up Sagamore Pendry Hotel | The Cannon Room

7.24.2017 Friends of the Foundation Summer Supper With UNC President Margaret Spellings The President’s House

8.3–6.2017 Aspen Alumni Gathering Aspen Institute Hosted by Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 and Pitt Hyde and Dianne and Jim Light ’65

8.20.2017 International Scholars’ Welcome Dinner Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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8.21.2017 First-Year Orientation and Picnic McCorkle Place

8.22.2017 Fall Semester Classes Begin Check Day Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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8.30.2017 All-Scholar Kickoff Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

9.1.2017 Speaker Series Tom Beaty UNC ’90 CEO, Insight Sourcing Group Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

9.22.2017 Entertainment-Industry Alumni Gathering Granville in West Hollywood

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9.25.2017 Alumni Speaker Series Frank Bruni ’86 New York Times Op-Ed Columnist and Bestselling Author Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

10.13.2017 Family Open House (UNC’s Family Weekend) Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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10.19.2017 Charlotte Alumni Event Duke Endowment Hosted by Anne and Walker Poole ’87

10.26.2017 Alumni Speaker Series Becca Crabb ’12 Software Engineer, Carbon, Inc. Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

Seven Event: Morehead-Cain Fall Banquet Alumni Hall | George Watts Hill Alumni Center

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10.27.2017 Alumni and Scholars of Color Gathering Black Alumni Reunion (BAR) Sheraton Hotel

10.28.2017 Seven Event: Morehead-Cain Alumni Homecoming Open House Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

10.29.2017 International Scholars’ Dinner Hosted by Betsy Blackwell and John Watson ’77

11.2.2017 Atlanta Alumni Gathering (Estate-Planning Seminar) Hosted by Dian and Mike Deimler ’86

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11.3.2017 John Motley Morehead Day “Uncle Mot’s” 147th Birthday

Alumni-in-Residence Program Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room Human Library Participants: Neil Bagchi ’99, Canadian Alumnus and Attorney with Bagchi Law, PLLC, Chapel Hill Bill Bamberger ’79, Award-Winning Professional Photographer; Photography Professor, UNC and Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies David Baron ’12, Founder, HOPE Gardens at Carolina and Founding Partner, Nugget Comfort Company, Durham Kevin Callaghan ’89, Chef/Owner, Acme Food & Beverage Company, Carrboro Jerry Horner ’88, President, Horner International, Durham Mike Kastan ’77, Executive Director, Duke Cancer Institute and Former Cancer Center Director, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Alex Lassiter ’10, Co-Founder and VP of Customer Experience, Gather Technologies, a Cloud-Based Event-Planning Platform Madhu Vulimiri ’14, Master of Public Policy Candidate (with a Health Policy Concentration), Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy

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11.4.2017 Seven Event: Tenth Running of the Eve Marie Carson Memorial 5K All-Morehead-Cain Post-Race Breakfast Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

11.8.2017 Denver Alumni Gathering Ale House

11.9.2017 Boston Young Alumni Meet-Up Park Restaurant and Tavern, Cambridge, Massachusetts

11.16.2017 Dallas Alumni Gathering Victor Tangos

11.19.2017 London Alumni Reception Winston House, London

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11.20.2017 British Morehead-Cain Selection Interviews Winston House, London

Morehead-Cain Day of Giving

12.5.2017 Charleston Alumni Event 492 King Charleston, South Carolina 12.6.2017 Seven Event: Scholar Holiday Social Morehead-Cain Foundation | Lobby

1.3–11.2018 North Carolina Regional Morehead-Cain Selection Interviews Charlotte, Asheville, Winston-Salem, Chapel Hill, and Greenville

1.10.2018 Spring Semester Classes Begin Check Day Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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1.22.2018 Alumni Speaker Series Caroline Schneider ’09 Assistant District Attorney, King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

1.29.2018 Seattle Alumni Gathering Crooked Nail

2.9.2018 Alumni Speaker Series Malcolm Turner ’93 President, National Basketball Association (NBA) Development League At the Greensboro Swarm Basketball Game

2.12.2018 Alumni Speaker Series Jonathan Reckford ’84 CEO, Habitat for Humanity International Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

2.23.2018 Alumni Speaker Series Robbie Bach ’84 Former President, Entertainment and Devices Division/Chief Xbox Officer, Microsoft Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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3.3–6.2018 Morehead-Cain Final Selection Weekend Chapel Hill

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3.3.2018 Alumni-in-Residence Program: “Roads Less Traveled: Wisdom from Morehead-Cain Alumni” Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room Larry Braithwaite ’03, Senior Vice President, ASB, Baltimore Ayodele Carroo ’99, Director of Business & Legal Affairs, Netflix, Los Angeles Camilo Durana ’04, Senior Vice President of Properties and Events, Major League Soccer and Soccer United Marketing, New York Olivia Myrick ’11, Resident Physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Columbia University Medical Center, New York Thompson Paine ’05, Vice President of Operations and Business Development, Quizlet, San Francisco Ed Perkins ’09, Award-Winning Documentary Filmmaker, London

3.12.2018 Parents’ Dinner Adele’s Nashville, Tennessee

3.22.2018 Speaker Series Mark Williams CEO, R65 Labs Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

4.5.2018 Atlanta Alumni and Morehead-Cain Scholarship Recipients’ Gathering Hosted by Tom Beaty UNC ’90, Anne Bennett Osteen ’17, Morgan Pergande ’17, Fields Pierce ’16, and Morgan Zemaitis ’17 Waterford Centre, Insight Sourcing Group Washington, DC, Alumni and Morehead-Cain Scholarship Recipients’ Gathering Hosted by Larry Braithwaite ’03 ASB Real Estate Investments

4.6.2018 Alumni Speaker Series Bruce Gellin ’77 President of Global Immunization, Sabin Vaccine Institute Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

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4.27.2018 Morehead-Cain Class of 2022 Announced

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

5.2.2018 Atlanta Young Alumni Meet-Up New Realm Brewing Company

5.12.2018 Class of 1968 50th Reunion Morehead-Cain Foundation | Lobby

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5.13.2018 Commencement and Open House for Graduating Seniors and Their Families Morehead-Cain Foundation

5.15–16.2017 Civic Collaboration Boot Camp Morehead-Cain Foundation | East Room

5.24.2018 Dennis Rash ’62 Memorial Gathering of Charlotte Alumni, Friends, and Scholars Duke Mansion

5.30.3018 Raleigh Alumni Gathering (Estate-Planning Seminar) Carolina Country Club

5.31.2018 Gordon Cain Day “Uncle Gordon’s” 106th Birthday

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6.2.2018 Harold Pollard ’70 Memorial Gathering Morehead-Cain Foundation

6.26.2018 Alumni Speaker Series Bobby Evans ’91 General Manager, San Francisco Giants AT&T Park

7.10.2018 Toronto Alumni Gathering Hosted by Julie McManus Werry ’03 and Scott Werry ’03

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7.26.2018 New Mexico Morehead-Cain and Carolina Alumni Gathering Featuring Morehead-Cain Civic Collaboration Scholars Albuquerque Academy

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My fellow scholars have been a source of constant awe and inspiration, and the Scholarship has been an instant stamp of approval and credibility that has given me an edge throughout my law and business career. Supporting the future scholars in whatever small way we can is our privilege.” — Balram Kakkar ’87 TOGETHER Campaign Donor


A Word from Our Young Alumni “My scholarship experience made me believe that the word ‘impossible’ was really saying ‘I’m possible!’ I stay engaged with the Program to do whatever I can to help others feel that way, too—and to stay inspired myself.”

Niki Shamdasani ’15

“With the Morehead-Cain, I received not just a scholarship but a network of lifelong friends, an opportunity to have unique experiences, and a confidence that I could make a change in the world. Now as an alumna, I get the chance to provide opportunities to others, and for that, I am eternally grateful.”

Rhea Wyse ’16

“There is no doubt in my mind that the Morehead-Cain Program changed my life for the best and continues to influence me today. Taking some time to give back to the Program is a very simple way to say ‘thank you’ and ensure the same benefits will continue for years to come.”

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Morehead-Cain Alumni Engagement 2018 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

90 SELECTION COMMITTEE MEMBERS

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50 INTERNSHIP SPONSORS

102* BOARD OF VISITORS

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4* UNC BOARD OF GOVERNORS

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GAA BOARD MEMBERS

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725 **

DONORS TO MOREHEAD-CAIN (52%)

MOREHEAD-CAIN PARTNERS

1,769 DONORS TO CAROLINA (57%)

527 ATTENDED AN ALUMNI EVENT OR VISITED THE FOUNDATION

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We invite all Morehead-Cain Alumni to remain involved and engaged with the Foundation and the Program. T O G E T H E R , W E S U P P O R T A F U T U R E G E N E R AT I O N O F S C H O L A R S .


Without a doubt, becoming a Morehead-Cain Scholar changed the course of my life. The exposure I gained through the Program and through my time at Carolina laid the foundation for so many of the experiences and opportunities I’ve had since: becoming a Truman Scholar, completing graduate studies at Stanford and Harvard simultaneously, and most recently launching a new organization. For a young girl from Monroe, NC (better known as “just outside of Charlotte”), Morehead-Cain has been one of life’s greatest gifts. I will always be grateful to the Program and the Foundation staff for their investment in me and in so many others—and eager to contribute however I can to pay these gifts forward.” —Danielle Allen ’09 Morehead-Cain Partner

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THE SELECTION 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 renders initial assessments and makes recommendations. It is the task of these assessors to answer the essential question: Should this applicant be considered for a semifinal interview or not? At the semifinalist stage, North Carolinians participate in one twenty-minute interview with three members of the selection committee and complete a forty-five minute group activity. Out-of-state and international semifinalists use an automated online video interview platform. These recorded interviews are reviewed by Foundation staff and trained Morehead-Cain Alumni. British candidates complete the recorded video interviews, which are assessed by British Morehead-Cain Alumni. The resulting semifinalist group is interviewed in person in London. The UNC Office of Undergraduate Admissions also refers to our process particularly strong Early Action applicants. At each of these levels, we are able to garner valuable information about the semifinalists that helps us shape our finalist pool. In 2017–2018, 137 finalists were identified and invited to campus for Final Selection Weekend—the point where all five selection pathways converge. For nearly four days, finalists explore Carolina and complete one twenty-minute panel interview and four short one-on-one interviews with members of our Central Selection Committee. These interviews are designed to be warm and inviting, and to set the candidates at ease so that they might confidently represent themselves. 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. 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.

British Scholarship Chairman’s Dinner. Left to right: Henry Stevens ’92, chair from 2009 to present; Megan Mazzocchi; Nick Jones ’75, chair from 1994 to 2002; James Dean ’89, chair from 2003 to 2008 (and current vice chair); Christa Richmond; and Richard Wilmot-Smith ’75, chair from 1988 to 1993

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SELECTION PROCESS AT A GLANCE

Nominees

Semifinalists

Admissions Referrals

Admissions Referral Candidates Invited to Apply

Finalists

Recipients

Final Selection Weekend

Scholars

N.C. School Nominees N.C. Regional Selection Interviews N.C. Self-Nominees

Out-of-State School Nominees

International School Nominees

Out-of-State/ International Video Interviews

Affiliate Program Nominees

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British School Nominees

British Interviews in London

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Professional Readers Mrs. Laura Colavito Mrs. Susan Kelly Mrs. Aurelia Monk Mrs. Deirdre O’Malley Ms. Freida Ross Ms. Friederike Seeger

Mrs. Alicia Alford Mrs. Carol Allen Mrs. Nancy Benninger Ms. Elizabeth Bobst Ms. N. Catherine Bryson Mr. Tom Clayton

Mrs. Julie Shaw Mrs. Adriana Tavernise Mr. W. Zachary Ward Mr. Jordy Whichard Mrs. Elizabeth Williams

Regional Selection Committee ASHEVILLE

CHARLOTTE

Dr. Jennifer Axsom Adler, Johnson City, TN Dr. Robert E. Boykin ’02, Asheville Mrs. Elizabeth Woody Ford, Asheville Mr. David W. Hart ’84, Arden Mr. Fred H. Jones ’87, Franklin Mrs. Karen Bailey Ramshaw ’81, Asheville Mr. Charles P. Thompson ’05, Asheville Ms. Brittany F. Whitmire ’03, Brevard

Mr. Will Alson, Jr. ’00, Charlotte Mrs. Emily D. Battle, Charlotte Mrs. Susan Daniel, Charlotte Mrs. Kindl Shinn Detar ’03, Charlotte Mrs. Ashley Parrott Dunham ’98, Charlotte Mrs. Caroline Ott Ford ’12, Charlotte Mrs. Ellen Greer Harris ’99, Charlotte Ms. Ashelyn N. James ’09, Goldsboro Mr. Nigel L. Long ’93, Charlotte Mr. Michael P. Phipps ’04, Charlotte Mrs. Courtney McCarthy Ramey ’02, Charlotte Mr. Deviré M. Robinson ’06, Huntersville Ms. Lauren Scanlan, Greenville Mr. H. Badger Stone ’00, Charlotte Mr. Sebastian C. Williams ’10, Charlotte

CHAPEL HILL

Dr. Amir H. Barzin ’06, Chapel Hill Ms. Patty Baum, Chapel Hill Ms. K. Claire Campbell ’97, Durham Ms. Katherine A. Carter ’03, Burlington Ms. Kimberly B. Chapman ’00, Durham Mr. Grayson E. Cooper ’12, Carrboro Ms. Paula D. Dickerson ’93, Raleigh Ms. Malinda M. Faber ’05, Apex Mr. R. Van Fletcher III ’00, Raleigh Ms. Wendy F. Greene ’94, Chapel Hill Mr. David Henderson ’92, Raleigh Dr. Jerry L. Horner, Jr. ’88, Durham Mr. W. Jeffreys Hortman ’06, Chapel Hill Mrs. Anna Coffin Hunter ’96, Chapel Hill Major Jason W. Kemp ’03, Raleigh Mr. Patrick Long, Chapel Hill Ms. Margaret R. McGuinn, Chapel Hill Mrs. Ursula Dimmling Mead ’02, Hillsborough Mr. Hogan E. Medlin ’11, Durham Dr. James G. Merrill ’73, Cary Mrs. Holley B. Nicholls, Chapel Hill Mrs. Shepard Daniel O’Connell ’08, Carrboro Mr. Robert J. Orr ’99, Chapel Hill Dr. Branson H. Page ’01, Durham Mrs. Nori Sie Pennisi ’92, Raleigh Mr. Thomas F. Skipper ’80, Pittsboro Mr. Montez Thomas, Durham Mr. S. Mark Williams, Chapel Hill

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Dr. Mark Bowler, Greenville Mr. Justin M. Carreker ’03, Raleigh Ms. Pamela J. Hartley ’93, Raleigh Ms. Charlotte A. Mitchell ’00, Raleigh Mr. Timothy G. Nelson ’02, Raleigh Mrs. Donna Gooden Payne ’87, Greenville Mr. William C. Roeder ’94, Rocky Mount WINSTON-SALEM

Dr. Charlotte Broughton, Winston-Salem Mr. Elton H. Click ’01, Greensboro Mr. John Dobson, New York, NY Dr. Carol Geer ’89, Winston-Salem Mr. Robert H. Gourley, Jr. ’89, Mooresville Dr. Carlin Bullard Hollar ’95, Winston-Salem Mr. Drew James, Chapel Hill Dr. Nell Pollard Johnson ’03, Winston-Salem Mr. Michael E. Kelly ’71, Greensboro Mr. Harvey L. Kennedy ’74, Winston-Salem Dr. Pamela Alston Oliver ’96, Lewisville Ms. Sarah K. Osborne ’13, Durham Dr. Douglas G. Ririe ’85, Winston-Salem Mrs. Melanie Parker Taylor ’90, Winston-Salem Mr. Timothy J. Whitener ’73, Winston-Salem

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2018 Morehead-Cain Central Selection Committee Dr. Angela A. Ards ’91 Associate Professor of English and Director of the Journalism Minor, Boston College; Newton, Massachusetts Mrs. Landis Cox Best ’88 Partner, Cahill Gordon & Reindel, LLP; New York, New York The Honorable Louis A. Bledsoe III ’81 Special Superior Court Judge for Complex Business Cases, North Carolina Business Court; Charlotte, North Carolina Mr. Lawrence P. Braithwaite ’03 Vice President, ASB Real Estate Investments; Washington, DC Mr. Michael R. Bucy ’01 Partner, McKinsey & Company; Greensboro, North Carolina Mrs. Jennifer Youngblood Campbell ’95 Managing Director, Los Angeles, 72andSunny; Los Angeles, California Mrs. Marina Chase Carreker ’03 Deputy General Counsel, Bandwidth; Raleigh, North Carolina Ms. Ayodele T. Carroo ’99 Director, Legal and Business Affairs, Original Series, Netflix; Los Angeles, California Ms. Susan E. Cates Board Member, Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Ms. Kaylan A. Christofferson ’09 MPP/MBA Candidate, Fuqua School of Business and Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University; Durham, North Carolina Dr. Elizabeth Longino Cohen ’10 Organizer, Industrial Areas Foundation; Baltimore, Maryland Mrs. Robin Berholz Cory ’98 Strategy Coach and Facilitator, Colbeck Strategic Advisors; Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mr. Camilo Durana ’04 Senior Vice President, Properties and Events, Major League Soccer and Soccer United Marketing; New York, New York Ms. Sherry Honeycutt Everett ’98 Partner, Honeycutt, Everett, and Associates; Durham, North Carolina Ms. Rachelle Feldman Associate Provost, Scholarships and Student Aid, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dr. Lisa A. Gillespie ’88 Chief Medical Officer, Piedmont Healthcare; Conyers, Georgia Dr. Kevin Guskiewicz Dean, College of Arts and Sciences and Kenan Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. K. Gordon Gwynne-Timothy Attorney, G. Edward Lloyd; Kingston, Ontario, Canada Mr. William D. Hayles ’07 Director, Credit Suisse Group; London, England Dr. Lloyd S. Kramer Professor, Department of History; Faculty Director, Program in the Humanities, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Ms. Kelly J. Landreth ’03 Managing Director, Wells Fargo Securities; New York, New York Dr. Peter A. Larkin, Jr. Adjunct Lecturer, Department of English, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Charlotte, North Carolina Mr. Mark W. Merritt ’79 Vice Chancellor and General Counsel, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dr. Dan A. Myers ’71 President (Retired), Sonorex Inc./Continental Medical Services, LLC; Kinston, North Carolina

Dr. William M. Detmer ’82 Chief Executive Officer, Unbound Medicine; Charlottesville, Virginia

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Dr. Olivia P. Myrick ’11 Resident Physician, Department of OBGYN, Columbia University Medical Center and New York Presbyterian Hospital; New York, New York Mr. D. Thompson Paine ’05 Vice President, Operations and Business Development, Quizlet, Inc.; San Francisco, California Dr. Abigail T. Panter Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Office and Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. H. Andrew Patterson ’06 Senior Director, Business Development, MLB Advanced Media; New York, New York Mr. Edward J. C. Perkins ’09 Documentary Filmmaker, Redbox Films; London, England

Dr. Niklaus A. Steiner Director of the Center for Global Initiatives, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Ms. Victoria N. Stilwell ’12 Student, Yale Law School; New Haven, Connecticut Mr. Brian G. Strong ’00 Senior VP, Brand Communications, Fox Sports; New York, New York Mr. Timothy L. Taylor ‘92 Managing Director, Lotus Capital Partners; New York, New York Dr. Jane Thrailkill Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Associate Professor, English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hilll, North Carolina

Mr. Penry Price Vice President, Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn; Greenwich, Connecticut Dr. Lisa Rahangdale Associate Dean for Admissions, Medical Education and Associate Professor, OBGYN-WPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Dr. Terry E. Rhodes Senior Associate Dean, Fine Arts and Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. Michael J. Salvino Operating Partner, Carrick Capital Partners; Charlotte, North Carolina Mr. William E. Sanford ’95 Leadership Trainer and Speaker, Bell Leadership Institute; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Ms. Jane Sommers-Kelly ’85 Founder, JSK Leadership; Chapel Hill, North Carolina Mr. Matthew L. Soule ’91 President, Flint Trading Inc.; Thomasville, North Carolina Mr. Robert J. Squire ’05 Partner, CVC Capital Partners; New York, New York

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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, a subcommittee of which reviews nominees’ video interviews and selects semifinalists. A larger committee then interviews semifinalists in London and selects 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 Ms. Anna S. Davitt ’91 Mr. William D. Hayles ’07 Mr. Nicholas S. M. Johnston ’96 Mr. Alexander C. L. Lee ’11

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

BRITISH MOREHEAD-CAIN SEMIFINALIST INTERVIEW TEAM

Ms. Michelle J. Chan ’96 Mr. James D. Dean ’89 Mr. William D. Hayles ’07 Mr. Henry G. J. Stevens ’92

Mr. Alexander C. L. Lee ’11 Mrs. Megan M. Mazzocchi Mr. Edward J. C. Perkins ’09 Mr. Christopher David Riddle ’06

WINSTON HOUSE

Ms. Stephanie A. Berke, Director

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 participate in a video interview, which is reviewed by trained Canadian Alumni. Approximately four Canadian semifinalists are selected to interview as finalists in Chapel Hill. CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL READER

Mrs. Freida Ross

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New Nominating Schools Drew School San Francisco, California

Sierra Canyon School Chatsworth, California

E. C. Glass High School Lynchburg, Virginia

Spain Park High School Birmingham, Alabama

East High School Denver, Colorado

St. Anne Catholic School Rock Hill, South Carolina

eStem High Public Charter Little Rock, Arkansas

Trivium Preparatory Academy Goodyear, Arizona

Fellowship Christian School Roswell, Georgia

Veritas School Richmond, Virginia

Queen Anne’s School Caversham, Berkshire

The Field School Washington, District of Columbia

Washtenaw International High School Ypsilanti, Michigan

OUT-OF-STATE SCHOOLS

Francis W. Parker School San Diego, California

West Shore Junior-Senior High School Melbourne, Florida

Germantown Friends School Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Woodlands College Park High School The Woodlands, Texas

AFFILIATE PROGRAMS

DCPS Washington, DC High Mountain Institute Leadville, Colorado Roaring Fork PreCollegiate Carbondale, Colorado SHAD Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

BRITISH SCHOOL

Academy of the Holy Names Tampa, Florida Acton-Boxborough Regional High School Acton, Massachusetts

Hyde Park High School Austin, Texas

Alan C. Pope High School Marietta, Georgia

Knoxville Catholic High School Knoxville, Tennessee

Allen Academy Bryan, Texas

Marshall School Duluth, Minnesota

Aiglon College Chesières-Villars, Switzerland

The Barstow School Kansas City, Missouri

Matthew F. Maury High School Norfolk, Virginia

Concordia International School Shanghai Shanghai, China

The Bay School of San Francisco San Francisco, California

Montgomery High School Skillman, New Jersey

Bishop Kelley High School Tulsa, Oklahoma

The New School Atlanta, Georgia

Chaparral High School Scottsdale, Arizona

Park School of Baltimore Baltimore, Maryland

Convent of the Sacred Heart New York, New York

Ridge High School Basking Ridge, New Jersey

Council Rock High School North Newtown, Pennsylvania

Seneca Valley Senior High School Harmony, Pennsylvania

YES Prep Northside Houston, Texas

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One of the memorable aspects of the Morehead-Cain was access to opportunity. We had the freedom on campus and during the summers to explore beyond typical limits. The Foundation encouraged us to think big and try new things.” —Allison Glosser Aldrich ’91 and Steven Aldrich ’91 TOGETHER Campaign Donors


THE SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM Celebrating its 44th 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, global awareness, and hands-on experience. Building on the past two summers’ successes, we are continuing the new Civic Collaboration model as part of our Public Service Summer. At each Civic Collaboration site, a team of scholars takes a deep dive into a city issue, collaborating with local change-makers, and determining how they can contribute to the cause in their own way. An exciting feature of this new program is the way in which it challenges scholars to manage ambiguity and rely on the strengths of their team. 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 community of more than 3,000 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.

Outdoor Leadership NATIONAL OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP SCHOOL

Absaroka Backpacking Alaska Backpacking North Cascades Mountaineering Pacific Northwest Backpacking Rock Climbing Wilderness EMT Whitewater River Expedition Wind River Morehead-Cain Leadership Expedition Wind River Wilderness Yukon Backpacking OUTWARD BOUND

Boundary Waters Canoeing Boundary Waters Canoeing and Backpacking High Sierra Alpine Backpacking Lake Superior Sea Kayaking and Backpacking Maine Appalachian Backpacking and Canoeing Maine Coast Sailing Maine Sailing and Backpacking Maroon Bells Alpine Backpacking Maroon Bells Mountaineering Mid-Atlantic Appalachians Backpacking and Rock Climbing North Cascades Mountaineering Oregon Rafting and Mountaineering

Washington Sea Kayaking and Alpine Backpacking Washington Sea Kayaking and Mountaineering CIVIC COLLABORATION LOCATIONS

Albuquerque, NM—hosted by the City of Albuquerque* Louisville, KY—hosted by Louisville Forward* St. Louis, MO—hosted by Forward Through Ferguson PUBLIC SERVICE

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Denver, CO* Anti-Violence Project, New York, NY Awamaki, Ollantaytambo, Peru Baltimore City Public Schools, Baltimore, MD* Breakthrough Collaborative, San Francisco, CA Breakthrough Collaborative, Summerbridge Hong Kong, Hong Kong Bridge2Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda Dale Foundation, Guayaquil, Ecuador* Dress for Success, New Orleans, LA EcoSwell, Lobitos, Peru Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Alajuelita, Costa Rica Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Anconcito, Ecuador Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), La Merced, Peru

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Sally Kuehn ’21 in Quito, Ecuador, with the Manna Project

Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Huancayo, Peru Habitat for Humanity, Buenos Aires, Argentina* Hoops 4 Hope, Milton Park, Harare, Zimbabwe Humanitarian Aid Foundation, Accra, Ghana Immigrant Justice Corps, New York, NY Iracambi, Minas Gerais, Brazil Manna Project, Quito, Ecuador Open Door Legal, San Francisco, CA Peace Players, Belfast, Northern Ireland Peacehaven Community Farm, Whitsett, NC* Seeds of Hope, Huaraz, Peru SEMASTA, Siborong-borong, Indonesia Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project, Tamil Nadu, India* Students for Students International, Zanzibar, Tanzania Thrive Collective, New York, NY Tropical Research and Conservation Centre (TRACC), PomPom Island, Malaysia UNC Project Malawi, Lilongwe, Malawi UNC Project Vietnam, Hanoi, Vietnam Warm Heart Worldwide, Phrao, Thailand NONPROFIT AND GOVERNMENTAL INTERNSHIPS

David Gardner ’88 hosts Lauren Zitney ’19 at the Motley Fool

Civic Collaboration—Team Louisville: Varun Jain, Mia ColloredoMansfeld, Catherine Chang, and Justin Hadad (all class of 2021)

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Capital Impact Partners, Washington, DC Center for Microbiome Sciences & Therapeutics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA Centre for Affordable Housing Finance in Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa* Club Nova, Carrboro, NC Coding it Forward, Washington, DC Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Boston, MA Environmental Enforcement Section, Department of Justice, Washington, DC Feedback Labs, Washington, DC* FHI360, Durham, NC Hip Hop Caucus, Los Angeles, CA U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC* House of Hope Community Development Corporation, Providence, RI International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Suva, Fiji* Johnston Labs, Duke University Marine Lab, Beaufort, NC* National Health Law Program, Washington, DC* National Institutes of Health: National Eye Institute, Bethesda, MD National Institutes of Health: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Bethesda, MD* National Rural Health Association, Washington, DC Pacific Islands Development Forum, Suva, Fiji* People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Los Angeles, CA Radiolab, WNYC, New York, NY* Robot Learning Lab at University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

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Luke Buxton ’21—NOLS Alaska Backpacking

Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, Gothic, CO Social Entrepreneurship to Spur Health (SESH), Guangzhou, China StreetSigns Center for Literature and Performance, New York, NY The Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender, Chicago, IL The World Bank, Washington, DC* The World Bank, Global Partnership for Social Accountability, Washington, DC* U.S. Institute for Peace, Washington, DC WCAI Atlantic Public Media, Woods Hole, MA Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel WNYC, The Takeaway, New York, NY* INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

An Examination of Terroir and its Relationship to Sustainability in the Viticulture Industry in the Umbrian Region of Italy— Umbria, Italy Bharatanatyam in 21st-Century North America— Los Angeles, CA; Michigan; Minneapolis, MN; New York, NY; North Carolina; San Francisco, CA; and Toronto, Canada

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Foodways of the Levantine Arab Diaspora in Canada— Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; Halifax, Nova Scotia; Montréal, Québec; Ottawa, Ontario; St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador; and Toronto, Ontario, Canada Identifying Patterns of Barriers and Successes in Implementing Domestic Violence Programming—Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; and North Carolina* Négritude in the Age of Color-Blind France—Paris, France Revolutionizing the World of the 21st-Century Organist: The Innovative and Controversial Career of Cameron Carpenter and the Emergence of the International Touring Organ—Berlin, Germany Toward a More Meaningful Peace: Dissecting Divided Cities in Post-Settlement Societies—Bosnia and Herzegovina; Ireland; Kosovo; and Northern Ireland Vietnamese Population in the Czech Republic—Prague, Czech Republic PRIVATE ENTERPRISE

Aetna, Inc., Boston, MA* AMC Networks, New York, NY* Ayesha Pande Literary and Pegasus Books, New York, NY

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Scholar Advisors Montez Thomas and Julie DeVoe visit with Quizlet internship sponsor Thompson Paine ’05 (center)

Bank of America, Boston, MA Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, Dallas, TX* BigHealth, San Francisco, CA BioCarbon Engineering, Oxford, United Kingdom Blue Chalk Media, Portland, OR BlueBird Meadows Farm, Hurdle Mills, NC BrainWaveBank, Dublin, Ireland BRCK, Nairobi, Kenya BrightHouse, Atlanta, GA Capital-E, Washington, DC* CBS News, New York, NY Center for Advanced Hindsight, Durham, NC* Cisco Systems, Inc., Research Triangle Park, NC Clio Awards, New York, NY* Connecticut Suns, Uncasville, CT* Credit Suisse, Raleigh, NC Crosswhite Fitness, Lynchburg, VA D.E. Shaw & Co., New York, NY Digital LinCS, Chapel Hill, NC Directly | True Entrepreneurship Corps, San Francisco, CA* Earth-i, Surrey, United Kingdom Ellevest, New York, NY* Ernst & Young, Atlanta, GA GoDaddy, Sunnyvale, CA* Great American Financial, Cincinnati, OH Guggenheim Investments, London, United Kingdom* Gunpowder & Sky, Los Angeles, CA Harriette Company, Detroit, MI* IDEA Fund Partners, Durham, NC InHerSight, Durham, NC* Invisible Hand, New York, NY* Johnson & Johnson, Singapore Juneau Icefield Research Project, Juneau, AK* KitchenTown, San Mateo, CA L.L. Bean, Freeport, ME LinkedIn, Sunnyvale, CA Little Pink Book, Atlanta, GA Lucky 8 Productions, New York, NY*

Marwood Group, New York, NY Matter., San Francisco, CA* Mattress Advisor, Raleigh, NC* Maven Clinic Co., New York, NY McKinsey & Co., Atlanta, GA* McKinsey & Co., Washington, DC* Microsoft, Redmond, WA MindSights, Portland, OR The Motley Fool, Alexandria, VA* Mountain Safety Research, Seattle, WA NSI Ventures, Singapore Parthenon Capital Partners, San Francisco, CA* Pegasus Books and Greenburger Associates, New York, NY Quizlet, San Francisco, CA* R65 Labs, Durham, NC Red Bull, Los Angeles, CA Rejuvenation Water, London, United Kingdom Sephora, San Francisco, CA* Siegal+Gale, Los Angeles, CA Small Enterprise Assistance Fund, Washington, DC, and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam* Small Enterprise Assistance Fund, Tbilisi, Georgia* Sonos, Boston, MA* TigerRisk Partners, New York, NY* Trevi Systems, Petaluma, CA United Therapeutics, Durham, NC Updata Partners, Washington, DC Wasserman Media Group, Raleigh, NC* PRIVATE ENTERPRISE VENTURE

GigFinesse, New York, NY

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As a Morehead-Cain Scholar, I interacted with fellow scholars who challenged and strengthened me in ways both personal and professional. Today, as a Morehead-Cain Partner, my goal is to give others a similar incredible experience within a world-class university against the picturesque backdrop of North Carolina.” —Lilly Farahnakian ’94 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 turn it into a permanent legacy through a substantial 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 (5) Byron Clifford Abels, Jr. ’81 Ann McKenzie Aiken and William Prigmore Aiken, Jr. ’72 James Lawrence Alexandre ’79 Oliver Filley Ames, Jr. ’85 Linda Evans Balch and Timothy John Balch ’67 George William Bates ’62 Carol Williams Bilbro and Robert Hodges Bilbro ’62 Charles Palmer Brown ’64 Stephen Eugene Buie ’77 Jack Pool Byrd ’72 Robert Marshall Campbell ’74 Richard Gordon Cashwell ’59 Courtney Miller Cavatoni ’93 and Philip John Cavatoni Lucy H. Chatham Robert Feaster Coleman III ’68 Sally Boyette Cone and Robert Clarence Cone ’74 (Deceased) Keith Osburn Cowan ’78 Francis Hopkinson Craighill III ’61 Joseph Malcolm Craver ’63 Michael Scott Deimler ’86 Alan T. Dickson (Deceased) Joseph William Dorn ’70 Shelby Collins Dunivant and Noel Dunivant ’69 Michael Joseph Egan III ’78 Kenneth W. Epps Jennifer Halsey Evans ’94 and Robert Evans Ashe B. Exum ’60 Don Parks Foster ’73 Claudia M. Frost and David Earl Frost ’80

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Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. ’61 Thomas Alasdair Geddes ’00 David Michael Giltinan ’84 (Graduate) Walter Raleigh Graham, Jr. ’66 William Albert Graham ’65 Beth Young Grimes and Samuel Latham Grimes ’95 Louis Haynes Gump ’61 Robert Hodges Hackney, Jr. ’75 Carolyn Griffin Hall ’85 Marianne Bibby Hardison and Mitchell Dale Hardison ’75 (Deceased) Joseph Baylor Henninger, Jr. ’72 Howard Holsenbeck Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 Deanne Werner Irvine and James Nelson Irvine ’63 Chancy McLean Kapp and Michael Keith Kapp ’76 Britney Bates Karasick and Stephen Brent Karasick ’94 Jane Sommers-Kelly ’85 and Robert Quayle Kelly ’84 Jeremy John Marshall Kelly ’90 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 Elizabeth Steele Newbold and Nathan Carter Newbold IV ’88 John B. Noland


Dana Burgess O’Donovan ’95 Anne Walker Poole and Walker Lynch Poole ’87 Lora Lou Cox and Petrie Morrison Rainey ’68 Ashley L. Richards Reckford and Jonathan Thomas More Reckford ’84 Robert E. Sevier ’62 Harriet Houston Shaffer and Charles Milton Shaffer, Jr. ’64 James David Sink ’72 Kenneth Gaines Smith ’84 Eve Hargrave Smith and Sherwood Hubbard Smith, Jr. ’60 (Law) Jamie Manning Soule and Matthew Lewis Soule ’91 Mary Reed Spencer and Andrew Carroll Spencer ’80

Mary Lou Friend Stacey and Larry Milton Stacey ’62 Frank Charles Sullivan ’83 Lana M. Turner and Joseph Leon Turner ’79 (Business) William Harrison Ulfelder II ’90 Lawrence Crumpler Walker, Jr. ’57 (Deceased) Stephen Lee Wallenhaupt ’74 Lelia Elisabeth Blackwell and John Dargan Watson, Jr. ’77 John Cooper Westall ’71 Mary Winifred White ’01 Leon F. Woodruff, Jr. ’68 Stephen Cole Worsley ’75 Millie J. Jones and Robert Louis Wynn II ’76 Katie Marie Ziglar ’79 and Dickinson Jenkins Miller

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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John Motley Morehead Society Spotlight: Katie Ziglar Katie Ziglar ’79 established her art and museum career in international cities, including New York, Cairo, and Washington, DC. She never thought she would return to Chapel Hill—the place where, in many ways, her journey started. “It’s not something I aimed for,” Katie says. “It was just one of those magical things that happened.” Katie returned to the University to serve as executive director of the Ackland Art Museum in 2016. When she arrived, she went right to work setting big goals. Among them: securing funding to replace the Ackland’s six-decadeold building. “Being back is a chance to work on a knotty, long-term problem,” Katie says. “It’s an opportunity to be a leader. It will be the greatest challenge of my professional life.” And to think: Katie nearly led a life outside the art world. There was a time she considered a career in law. But a class in Islamic art grabbed her attention during senior year and never let go. Katie says she decided to forgo more “conventional” paths. She believed she could make unconventional work. She knew she could. “The scholarship gave me so many incredible opportunities,” Katie says. “Big and challenging things that I wouldn’t have done on my own.” She stops and reflects. “Those experiences showed me I could do more than I thought. They gave me the confidence to be more fearless and experimental.” Katie’s willingness to explore the unknown took her all over the world. She holds a master’s degree from the American University in Cairo. She spent years managing the Smithsonian Institution’s Freer and Sackler Galleries’ external affairs and helped raise millions for the nation’s best-known museums. Now Katie’s willingness to experiment has brought her home. “It’s been a time-warp,” she laughs. “But the fact the Foundation is still here and a vital force on campus gave me confidence this was the right place to come.” Katie says her relationship with Morehead-Cain is as meaningful now as it was when she was a scholar. She serves on the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board, hosts scholar interns when she can, and has made a planned estate gift. Katie hopes giving back is an option all alumni will consider. “I have been so inspired and helped in my own life by Morehead-Cain,” she says. “The scholarship set the keel of my boat in a different direction than it would have been otherwise.”

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Katie recognizes that current scholars experience similar feelings. “I remember the exhilaration and excitement at all the opportunities that were there for me to grab onto,” she says. “The caliber of students here is remarkable.” And if this is where her professional journey ends? Katie is okay with that. “I knew I wanted to be somewhere great where I could make an impact,” she says. “I just never dreamed I would find what I was looking for—and more—right here at Carolina.”

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THE DISCOVERY FUND Since its inception in 2008, the Discovery Fund has supported more than 1,000 scholar projects across the United States and abroad. Through the Discovery Fund, scholars may apply for grants of up to a total of $8,000 over the course of their 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 attending and presenting at conferences; for shadowing, networking, and informational interviewing opportunities; for conducting research; for pursuing innovative ideas; and for unique skill acquisition.

A DISCOVERY FUND STORY—TYLA GOMEZ ’20 SHADOWS JAMES DEAN ’89

In the fall of her sophomore year, Tyla Gomez ’20 realized she wanted to change routes from the career path she had been pursuing up to that point. She had been a public policy major, but wanted to explore the media and entertainment industry. She started reaching out to various Morehead-Cain Alumni in the field, with a focus on alumni in Great Britain because she knew she’d be studying in London in the spring. James Dean ’89—producer of the British television comedy series Living the Dream—was one of the first alumni to respond, and one of the most enthusiastic. He and Tyla chatted on a video call, and he sent her information about his show. When Tyla got to London in January, the two met for tea. “He gave me so much backstory about how he got into the industry,” Tyla says. “It was all so fascinating and made me want to learn more.” James invited Tyla to shadow him on set and witness a day—or three—in the life of a producer. “As soon as details were confirmed, I immediately went to the Discovery Fund page on the MC Network,” Tyla says. She filled out an application in a rush, hoping to visit Living the Dream the following weekend. But her proposal wasn’t granted. “My application wasn’t thorough enough,” Tyla says. The Morehead-Cain staff gave her feedback on the application, asking for more details and helping her hone her grant request. She put in the extra work, and, in the end, her proposal was approved. “They really worked with me.” Tyla says the experience on set gave her insight into the industry in general, as well as the specific type of role she’d want. “I realized directing seems awesome, and I’m really looking forward to directing a project once I get back to Carolina,” she says. Her 2018 summer as a production services intern for AMC Networks—working on the back-end business side—was designed to supplement her experience seeing front-end production at Living the Dream.

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James, for his part, says he was delighted to host a scholar. “I could just see her taking it all in,” he says. “And she wasn’t shy but asked questions, which is so important.” Tyla says that, more than anything else, she feels grateful for the career exposure and opportunities afforded to her through the Morehead-Cain. “I think it’s awesome that not only does the Morehead-Cain give you the Discovery Fund option, but also the alumni network to go with it.”

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When I accepted the Morehead-Cain Scholarship, I knew that UNC–Chapel Hill offered a world-class education. But while classes are rigorous, it was the mentorship and research opportunities from caring and esteemed faculty that truly impacted my academic experience. Working with professors like Dr. Morgan [pictured] and Dr. Sahle challenged me to seek out new opportunities for personal and academic growth and make the most of my college education.” —Rebekah Cockram ’18 with Dr. Michael Morgan, Department of History


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.

Anonymous (2) Ann McKenzie Aiken and William Prigmore Aiken, Jr. ’72 Allison Glosser Aldrich ’91 and Steven Philip Aldrich ’91 Julia T. Alexandre and James Lawrence Alexandre ’79 Alicia Ragsdale Alford and Michael Kevin Alford ’86 Pauline Van Haaren Bach and Robert Joseph Bach ’84 Linda Evans Balch and Timothy John Balch ’67 Claire Anne Parker and Ibrez Rafiq Bandukwala ’93 Virginia Shuler Batchelder and Bret Allan Batchelder ’91 Mary Grady Koonce Bell ’85 and Victor Eros Bell III ’79 Jane Pollock and Philip Edward Berney ’86 John Daniel Binnie ’85 Carson Holding Brice ’89 Ashlie Green Bucy and Michael Ryan Bucy ’01 Jane Allen Burnett and Timothy Brooks Burnett ’62 William Jarvis Busby ’66 (’70 Medical) 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 E. Deimler and Michael Scott Deimler ’86 Mary Anne Dickson Joseph William Dorn ’70 The Dowd Foundation, Inc. Shelby Collins Dunivant and Noel Dunivant ’69 Patricia Bonin Eargle and George Marvin Eargle ’61

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Melinda Bebee Egan and Michael Joseph Egan III ’78 Minna Dennis Elliott and Michael Frank Elliott ’80 Jennifer Halsey Evans ’94 and Robert Evans Sherry Honeycutt Everett ’98 and Lewis “Luke” Moore Everett Robert Vernon Fulk, Jr. ’61 Margaret McKinnon Gardner ’88 and David Herr Gardner ’88 David Michael Giltinan ’84 (Graduate) Lynn Crowder Greer ’85 Beth Yount Grimes and Samuel Latham Grimes ’95 Louis Haynes Gump ’61 Shauna Holiman and Robert H. Hackney, Jr. ’75 Hope Reynolds Harrington and Anthony Stephen Harrington ’63 Silvia Campo and David Anthony Hermer ’89 Elizabeth Crow Heron and Patrick James Heron ’92 Howard Holsenbeck Barbara Rosser Hyde ’83 Hyde Family Foundations Lisa C. Jones and W. Steven Jones ’74 Britney Bates Karasick and Stephen Brent Karasick ’94 Marilyn Goodman Knowles and Michael Ray Knowles ’67 Thomas Jeffrey Koontz ’62 Sallie Lee Krawcheck ’87 Ann Martinelli Livermore ’80 L. Joseph Loveland, Jr. ’73 Elisabetta Marzetti Mallinson and Peter G. C. Mallinson ’82 Randolph Carlos Metcalfe ’76 Richard Lofton Michaux ’73 (Business)


Angier Johnston Miller and Robert Alexander Miller III ’96 Leah Ward Miller ’86 and Daniel M. Miller John B. Noland Dana Burgess O’Donovan ’95 Jill Jacobs Olson ’93 Carolyn Ford O’Tuel and P. Harold O’Tuel, Jr. ’60 Hugh Lester Patterson ’60 Anne Walker Poole and Walker Lynch Poole ’87 Anne Ellington Powell and James Bobbitt Powell Lora Lou Cox and Petrie Morrison Rainey ’68 William Forbes Ramsey ’58 (Deceased) Gay Todd Shackelford ’85 and Daniel Owen Shackelford Patricia Timko Sinclair ’82 and William D. Sinclair Kenneth Gaines Smith ’84 Eve Hargrave Smith and Sherwood Hubbard Smith, Jr. ’60 (Law) Jamie Manning Soule and Matthew Lewis Soule ’91 Jennifer See Squire and Robert John Squire ’05 Mary Lou Friend Stacey and Larry Milton Stacey ’62 Barbara O’Rourke Sullivan and Frank Charles Sullivan ’83 Jane Bowen Sullivan and Timothy Patrick Sullivan ’85 Jennifer Lynn Steinbrenner Swindal ’81 Kathylee B. Thompson and G. Kennedy Thompson ’73 Lana M. Turner and Joseph Leon Turner ’79 (Business) Kristin Ursano and Antonio Ursano, Jr. ’87 Lawrence Crumpler Walker, Jr. ’57 (Deceased) Lelia Elisabeth Blackwell and John Dargan Watson, Jr. ’77 David Newton Webb ’75 Leon Festus Woodruff, Jr. ’68 Stephen Cole Worsley ’75 David Calep Wright III ’80 Katie Marie Ziglar ’79 and Dickinson Jenkins Miller

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Morehead-Cain Benefactor Spotlight: Lisa and Steve Jones Steve Jones ’74 says there are two reasons he gives to the Morehead-Cain Foundation. The first is a sense of gratitude. “I came from a small town, and Chapel Hill was a whole new world to me. What this scholarship did is open my eyes to possibilities I wouldn’t have thought were real for me,” he says. “As a result, from that point forward, I was always aiming higher than I would’ve otherwise. I really looked at possibility differently: with more excitement, more optimism. “This gift will permanently allow one more scholar, so I feel like I’m handing back what was given to me—for someone else to have.” His second reason is the impact he sees scholars continuing to make on campus. Steve previously served as the dean of UNC’s KenanFlagler Business School and continues there as a professor, and he often sees Morehead-Cain Scholars in his spring undergraduate course. “They’re always leaders—in the best sense of the word—in the classroom,” Steve says. “They act as an example for other students, encourage other students, lift the quality of the class discussion. They are really lifting the level of education for everyone in the class.” Steve says he gets to know his students personally through office hours and mentoring relationships. The Morehead-Cain Scholars, he says, always impress him with their campus involvement. “You see what they do outside the classroom, in all facets of the University. There are over 200 of them across all class years, doing that every year. It really makes a difference.” Steve says the Morehead-Cain has been the second-most influential force in his life. The most influential would be his wife, Lisa. For her part, Lisa says she personally witnessed the way the scholarship built confidence in her husband and gave him a platform around the world. “I’ve met a lot of scholars,” she says. “I’ve certainly been impressed by every one.” She says she especially likes supporting the state of North Carolina through her and Steve’s donations to Morehead-Cain. “North Carolina is our home,” she says. “I like the support and the springboard we are giving people in our own state.” Before they lived in North Carolina, Steve and Lisa lived in Australia. Before that, they were in New Zealand. Now, in Chapel Hill, Lisa serves on the patient advisory boards for the UNC Hospitals Emergency Department and the N.C. Cancer Hospital. Steve is working to launch a program that provides entrepreneurship training to inmates, along with post-release coaching and support. (A similar program in Texas cut recidivism by two-thirds.) Steve also serves on a number of company boards. He says teaching is his hobby. “Does raising kids count as a hobby?” Lisa jokes. The couple has three adult children—living in California, England, and Australia—and one high schooler.

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“The Morehead-Cain opened up my world, honed my sense of adventure, and fundamentally changed the course of my life, and I’m thrilled to help provide that incomparable gift to more scholars.” Zoë Wolszon ’14  |  Noyce Fellow, Leaders for Global Operations Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

TOGETHER.


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

RHODES SCHOLARS The Morehead-Cain Program has produced more Rhodes Scholars than all except 19 universities in the United States.

5 of UNC’s 7

Leadership

Business

27

Company Founders, Co-Founders, and CEOs

STUDENT BODY PRESIDENTS

22

HONOR COURT CHAIRS

337

MEMBERS OF THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE

MITCHELL SCHOLARS

33 3 of UNC’s 6 winners

CAMPUS Y CO-PRESIDENTS

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More than 100 Campus Organizations founded, including:

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARS

FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS AND FULBRIGHT ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIPS

25 of UNC’s 39

LUCE SCHOLARS

19 of UNC’s 33

STUDENTS FOR STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL (S4Si)

GALAHAD CLARK ’99 VIVOBAREFOOT shoes DAVID GARDNER ’88 The Motley Fool SALLIE KRAWCHECK ’87 Ellevate and Ellevest women’s networks ALAN MURRAY ’77 Fortune Magazine JONATHAN RECKFORD ’84 Habitat for Humanity International DANAE RINGELMANN ’00 Indiegogo DACIA TOLL ’94 Achievement First DENNIS WHITTLE ’83 GlobalGiving

NOURISH INTERNATIONAL UNC DANCE MARATHON UNC CLEF HANGERS AND UNC LORELEIS

Over 1,000

STUDENT ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION COALITION THE CELLAR DOOR LITERARY MAGAZINE

Over 1,000

Technology ROBBIE BACH ’84 Former President, Entertainment & Devices Division at Microsoft ANN LIVERMORE ’80 Director and Former EVP of Hewlett-Packard JAMIE ROSENBERG ’92 VP Digital Content at Google

HONORS CAROLINA PARTICIPANTS

More than 300

NORTH CAROLINA FELLOWS

Government JIM COOPER ’75 U.S. Congressman, Tennessee’s Fifth Congressional District ROY COOPER ’79 Governor of North Carolina

Of the 322,000+ Carolina alumni, only 3,108 are Morehead-Cains. W E ’ R E O N LY A S M A L L F R A C T I O N O F T H E T O T A L A L U M N I G R O U P, B U T W E ’ V E H A D A N O U T S I Z E D I M PA C T. T O G E T H E R , W E C A N G R O W O U R I M PA C T E V E N M O R E .

MacArthur Fellowship (“Genius Grant”)

Recipients TAYLOR BRANCH ’68 RICHARD LENSKI ’82

Pulitzer Prize Recipients KEITH BRADSHER ’86 TAYLOR BRANCH ’68

Athletics BOBBY EVANS ’91 General Manager of the San Francisco Giants KATE HARRIS ’05 One of Canada’s Top 10 Adventurers

HOPE GARDENS

TRUMAN SCHOLARS

PHI BETA KAPPA MEMBERS

… and around the world.

MIKE McINTYRE ’78 Former U.S. Congressman, North Carolina’s Seventh Congressional District DAVID PRICE ’61 U.S. Congressman, North Carolina’s Fourth Congressional District

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

Medicine & Research FRANCIS COLLINS ’77 Director of the National Institutes of Health MIKE KASTAN ’77 Director of the Duke Cancer Institute STEVEN PIANTADOSI ’73 Director of the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai NED SHARPLESS ’88 Director of the National Cancer Institute


SCHOLAR IMPACT AT CAROLINA 2017–2018

Awards and Prizes Jonathan Tyler Alvarez ’18 Department of Biomedical and Health Sciences Engineering Scholarship Award Emma Marie Astrike-Davis ’18 Most-Inspiring Athlete Award, Department of Athletics Top-10 Scholar-Athlete Award, Women’s Cross Country and Track Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award, Women’s Cross Country Mary Grady Burnette Bell ’18 Chancellor’s Award: Panhellenic Council Woman of the Year Award Undergraduate Business Excellence in Marketing Award Travis Benjamin Broadhurst ’18 Chancellor’s Award: The Walter S. Spearman Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Co-curricular Activities, Leadership Qualities, and Strength of Character Rodrigo Antonio Bustamante ’20 Winner, Carolina Global Photography Competition “Movement” Thematic Spotlight Carly Bess Cannoy ’19 HEELprint Achievement Award, Department of Housing and Residential Education

Danielle du Preez ’20 Best Use of Outside Data, Duke DataFest 2018 Agnes Chinwe Ezekwesili ’20 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi ’18 Delta Omega Undergraduate Recognition Award in Nutrition Robert Morris Griffin Gourley ’18 First Place, 2018 Hearst National Multimedia Championship Winner, 2018 Best Multimedia Story of the Year, Hearst Journalism Awards Program First Place David Teeuwen Student Journalism Award, Large Newsroom Aisling Spencer Henihan ’19 Blanche Armfield Prize in Poetry John W. Florin Award for Best Undergraduate Research Paper on the United States, the South, North Carolina, Department of Geography Malik Savoy McNeil Jabati ’19 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Matthew David Llewellyn Jackman ’18 Chancellor’s Award: The Willie P. Mangum Medal in Oratory

Rebekah Claire Cockram ’18 Tom and Elizabeth Long Excellence Award for History Honors Thesis

Taner Kylan Jacobs ’21 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award

Blake Horrigan Dodge ’18 Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award

Taya Sherie Joseph ’21 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award

John Charles Drouilhet IV ’19 All-Conference Honors, Southern Rugby Conference

Kelsie Naomi King ’21 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award

Claire McBride Drysdale ’18 Chancellor’s Award: Alexander Julian Prize

Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 Undergraduate Business Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award

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Kunal Lodaya ’20 Matthew Neely Jackson Undergraduate Research Award, Chemistry Department Daniel Shiloh Malawsky ’20 Outstanding Student Poster, Stanford University Research Conference Oliver Mitchell-Boyask ’19 Michael L. and Matthew L. Boyatt Award in History Kimathi Mokua Muiruri ’21 Second-Team All-Conference Honors, Southern Rugby Conference Joseph Robert Nail ’18 Robert E. Bryan Public Service Award

Agnes Ezekwesili ’20

Ruth Etiesit Samuel ’21 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Emily Ann Venturi ’18 Chancellor’s Choice Award, 2018 Carolina Global Photography Competition Myra Waheed ’18 Chancellor’s Award: The Class of 1938 Joseph F. Patterson, Jr., and Alice M. Patterson International Leadership Award Brittany-Diana Marfowaa Wiafe ’20 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. ’18 Kimball King Undergraduate Research Award Mina Yakubu ’21 Hayden B. Renwick Academic Achievement Award Eric Kai Zhu ’20 Winner, Singapore Digifest Hackathon

Scholarships and Fellowships Leslie Ruby Acosta Padilla ’21 Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar

Ashish Khanchandani ’18 and Tré Williams ’18

John Gregory Amoroso ’19 Kenan Scholar, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Adams Apprenticeship, Entrepreneurship Minor Ryan Austin Armstrong ’19 National Merit Scholarship

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Nikhil Mohan Arora ’20 GLOBE Fellowship

Tai Trong Huynh ’20 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship

Carolyne Alice Barker ’19 Duncan MacRae, Jr., Mentored Research Assistant Grant, Department of Public Policy

Joshua William Kennedy ’21 National Merit Scholarship

Darryl Keith Beasley, Jr. ’19 Froelich Honors Fellowship Mary Grady Burnette Bell ’18 Medlin Scholarship for Business and the Liberal Arts Wynn Alexandra Burrus ’20 Amanda M. Gordon Scholarship, Kappa Delta Foundation Rodrigo Antonio Bustamante ’20 Jorge Mas Canosa Freedom Scholar

Ashish Thakurdas Khanchandani ’18 Gates Millennium Scholarship Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 GLOBE Fellowship Wade S. Dunbar, Jr., Undergraduate Scholarship June and L. Gordon Pfefferkorn, Jr., BSBA Study Abroad Scholarship Melanie Amber Langness ’19 Duke Energy Scholar

Kevin Weiguang Cao ’20 Phillips Ambassador Christopher Jin Yang Combemale ’19 Research-Apprenticeship Grant, Institute for the Arts and Humanities Jason Ray Cowan ’21 Innovation Scholar Scott Andrews Diekema ’19 Adams Apprenticeship, Entrepreneurship Minor John Patrick Dinges ’21 George Morris Student-Athlete Scholarship Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Mackenzie Elizabeth Dion ’21 Office for Undergraduate Research Award

Allison McGuire ’18

Danielle du Preez ’20 National Merit Scholarship Agnes Chinwe Ezekwesili ’20 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi ’18 National Merit Scholarship Tyla Briana Gomez ’20 Kenan Scholar, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Ana Karen Guerrero ’19 Don and Barbara Curtis Excellence Fund, School of Media and Journalism Chris Combemale ’19

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Sydney Addison Mantell ’20 Gates Millennium Scholarship

Jessica Jiadai Wang ’21 Siemens National Merit Scholarship

Kent Matthew McDonald ’19 Christopher Mead Armitage and Pauline Brooks Armitage Scholarship to St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University

Mina Yakubu ’21 Fortis Society Future Global Leaders Fellowship

Joseph Robert Nail ’18 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Adams Apprenticeship, Entrepreneurship Minor Coca-Cola Scholarship National Merit Scholarship Catherine Mackenzie Nelsen ’19 Umbra Green Scholarship, Food and Sustainability Studies Program, Study Abroad Elizabeth Grace Nicholls ’18 Thomas J. Watson Memorial Scholarship Phillippa Frances Owens ’19 Frank and Shelayne Sutton Excellence Fund, Kenan-Flagler Business School Grace Hopper Computer Science Scholarship Pavani Peri ’20 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Megan Lynn Raisle ’20 Phillips Ambassador Rishab Rajan Revankar ’18 National Merit Scholarship Corey Landever Risinger ’18 Coca-Cola Scholarship Rohun Shah ’19 Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship Shreya Ashish Shah ’20 4.0 Schools Tiny Fellowship Edmund B. Ross III BSBA Scholarship, Kenan-Flagler Business School Gabriella Hope Stein ’19 Adams Apprenticeship, Entrepreneurship Minor Elizabeth Edna Stockton ’20 June and L. Gordon Pfefferkorn, Jr., BSBA Study Abroad Scholarship Emily Ann Venturi ’18 Davis United World College Scholar

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Campus Leadership Leslie Ruby Acosta Padilla ’21 Community Service Chair, Carolina Hispanic Association (CHispA) Aditi Adhikari ’20 Research Assistant, Anton Neuroscience Lab Research Assistant, Gillings Global School of Public Health Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Vikram Aikat ’20 Project Lead, Carolina Analytics and Data Science Head of Technology Community, Carolina Creates Research Assistant, Wu Physics Lab Sandy Ellen Alkoutami ’18 Foreign Service Intern, Global Engagement Center (GEC), U.S. Department of State Resettlement Volunteer, Church World Service David Ray Allen, Jr. ’18 College Intern, College Leadership Team, Chapel Hill Bible Church Jonathan Tyler Alvarez ’18 Co-President, Men’s Club Soccer John Gregory Amoroso ’19 Director, Ticketing and Database Operations, Carolina Fever Shuford Ambassador, Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship Nikhil Mohan Arora ’20 Rush Chair, Sigma Phi Society Faculty Outreach Officer, Honor System Outreach Emma Marie Astrike-Davis ’18 Co-Founder, Secretary, Feelin’ DNA Varsity Letter, Cross Country Varsity Track and Field Caleigh Morgan Bachop ’18 Research Assistant, McGill University Department of Transcultural Psychiatry

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Carolyne Alice Barker ’19 Chair of Policy, Student Attorney General’s Staff, Student Government Research Assistant, Department of Public Policy Cecilia Evans Beard ’20 Co-Chair, Environmental Affairs Committee, Student Government Darryl Keith Beasley, Jr. ’19 Vice President, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Quality Control Assistant, Varsity Football Parliamentarian, National Pan-Hellenic Council Mary Grady Burnette Bell ’18 Public Relations Chair, Kappa Delta Shamrock ’n’ Run 5K Board of Directors, External Relations Chair, Carolina Creates Vice President of Standards, Panhellenic Council

David Doochin ’18

James Willis Benson ’20 Undergraduate Learning Assistant, Economics Department Treasurer, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Noah Clark Berens ’20 Undergraduate Researcher, Philpot Lab, UNC Neuroscience Center Jordan Rose Bermudez ’19 President, Carolina Union Activities Board Vice Chair, Carolina Union Board of Directors Jona Bocari ’21 Income and Employment Task Force Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Advocate, El Centro Hispano

Angel Gaona ’21, Eddie Neri ’21, Sophie Swift ’21, and Laney Henley ’21

Ivan Paul Boyers ’20 Events/Brotherhood Chair, Sigma Phi Society Patrick Anderson Bradey ’21 Director, Fellows Program, Institute of Politics Managing Director, Cardinal Direction Political Action Committee Anna Katherine Brandao ’21 Founding Member, COO, Loop Transportation Networks Student Chaplain, Episcopal Campus Ministry

Anna Dodson ’18, Emma Astrike-Davis ’18, and Sanjay Gadi ’18

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Travis Benjamin Broadhurst ’18 Commissioner, N.C. Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service Board of Directors, Carolina Union Vice President of Programming, Carolina Union Activities Board Service Chair, National Residence Hall Honorary Undergraduate Appointment, Student Library Advisory Board Vice President, Treasurer, Ski and Snowboard Club Davis Richard Brown ’20 Co-President, Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Back-end Development Leader, Tech Team, Institute of Politics Rush Chair, Chi Psi Fraternity Mary Beth Browne ’19 Chair, Undergraduate Honor Court Outgoing Vice President, Carolina International Relations Organization Olivia Marie Bruff ’18 Mentor Doula, UNC Birth Partners Grace Harper Buie ’18 Financial Director, The Sonder Market

Ruth Samuel ’21 and Ruth Tomlin ’20

Wynn Alexandra Burrus ’20 Founder and Director, Hope for Hope Pen Pal Program Co-Chair, Speakers at Carolina Vice President of Philanthropy, Kappa Delta Sorority Rodrigo Antonio Bustamante ’20 Secretary and Rush Chair, Chi Psi Fraternity Creative Director and Content Developer, Vintage Blue Facilitator, Delta Advocates Program for Fraternities Lucas Saunders Buxton ’21 Videographer, Vintage Blue Member-at-Large, Chi Psi Fraternity Director of Videography, Student Body President Campaign Nicholas Edward Byrne ’19 Risk Chair, Sigma Phi Society

Blake Dodge ’18 and Rebecca Chaisson ’18

Carly Bess Cannoy ’19 Communications Co-Chair, One Act Communications Co-Lead, Gender-Based Violence Research Group Kevin Weiguang Cao ’20 Logistics Chair, Asian Students Association Undergraduate Learning Assistant, Economics Department

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Allison Anne Carter ’19 Vice President, APPLES Cabinet Supplemental Instructor, Biology Department Research Intern, Institute of Global Health and Infectious Diseases Andre Bicalho Ceccotti ’18 Scholar Director, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors Chrystopher (Treasurer), Order of the Golden Fleece Alexandria Leigh Chadwick ’21 Chancellor’s Awards Committee, Carolina Union Rebecca Marie Chaisson ’18 Board Member, The Meantime Coffee Co., Campus Y Co-Founder, Harmonica, Bass Guitar, Dissimilar South Cameron Alexander Champion ’20 Co-Director, Carolina Creates Music Co-Founder, Morehead-Cain Student Sustainability Advisory Board Reuben Varghese Chemmanam ’20 Innovator, Helping Hand Project (Prosthetics Project) Co-Founder, Co-President, Club Flag Football Pledge Class Vice President of Finance, Delta Sigma Pi Rebekah Claire Cockram ’18 C-START Course Instructor: Local Agents of Justice in Chapel Hill Student Mentor, Sutton Trust and US-UK Fulbright Commission David William Collins ’18 President, Waterski and Wakeboard Club Christopher Jin Yang Combemale ’19 Program Coordinator, Literary Manager, Process Series Director, Company Carolina Founding Artistic Director, The New Works Project Artistic Director, Ugly Duckling Theatre Sandra Shawen Conway ’20 Co-Founder and Vice President of Development, Consult Your Community Leadership Team, Greek Life New Member Educator, Delta Delta Delta Sorority Director of Fundraising, Empower: Educate & Inspire Jason Ray Cowan ’21 Director of Marketing and Recruitment, Student Honor Advocates

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Elizabeth Kendrick Essen ’19 Director of Community Outreach, Art&Life Choreographer and Performer, Star Heels Dance Group Leah Grace Everist ’18 Co-Director, Get Covered Carolina, Student Health Action Coalition (SHAC) C-START Course Instructor: Good Vibes: Positive Emotions, Behavioral Economics, and Other Invisible Forces that Shape Our Lives William Grant Everist ’21 Chief Marketing Officer, Loop Transportation Networks Executive Team, Carolina Sustainable Business Club Agnes Chinwe Ezekwesili ’20 Vice President, Every Nation Campus Ministry Co-Founder, Mental Health Ambassadors Leader, Communiversity Donald Luke Fejfar ’21 Research Assistant, Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health Caroline Christine Folz ’18 Executive Board, Best Buddies, Campus Y Vice President of Service, Undergraduate Health Care Club Research Assistant, Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health Vince Ellington Friedman ’20 Junior Varsity Basketball Outreach Co-Coordinator, Camp Kesem Development Co-Chair, Carolina Kickoff, Campus Y Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi ’18 Co-President, American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) National Inc. Board of Directors Co-President, Conference Co-Director, UNC American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) Co-President, Director of Community, Honors Carolina Student Board Featured Speaker, GillingsX 2018: “Disrupting Disparities in Global Health” Student Researcher, Mayer-Davis Lab, Nutrition Department, Gillings School of Global Public Health

Rachel Katherine Gideon ’19 Vice Chair, Undergraduate Honor Court Chapter Liaison, Delta Advocates Board Member, Panhellenic Judicial Board Christian Sutton Rust Gillespy ’21 Founder, McGill Curriculum Kate Goldenring ’19 Teaching Assistant, Computer Science Department Tyla Briana Gomez ’20 Captain, Carolina Mock Trial Finance Committee Senator, Joint Governance Council Chair, Undergraduate Senate Lauren Emily Gornto ’21 Assistant Conductor, Tar Heel Voices Finance Assistant, Institute of Politics Honors Ambassador, Honors Carolina Robert Morris Griffin Gourley ’18 President, National Press Photographers Association, UNC Chapter Co-Chair, Build the Hill, Campus Y Public Relations and Alumni Chair, Sigma Phi Society Ana Karen Guerrero ’19 Program Coordinator, Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/ Lambda Pi Chi Sorority, Inc. Scholarship Director, Pupusas 4 Education Mentor, NC Sli Justin George Hadad ’21 Research Assistant, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Samuel O’Brien Haddad ’18 Founder and President, UNC Irish Sports Co-President, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Jakob Skyler Hamilton ’19 Composition Guild Head, Executive Composer, Carolina Film Association

Meghana Ganapathiraju ’19 Treasurer, Sangeet Crisis Counselor, Crisis Text Line

Margaret Louise Hassel ’19 Managing Associate, Student Attorney General’s Staff Associate Director, PERIOD, Inc. Hotline Advocate, Compass Center for Women and Families

Angel Rodolfo Gaona ’21 Mentor, Assistant Instructor, NC Sli

Jacquelyn Claire Hedrick ’21 Advocate Fellow, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF)

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Ezra Rawitsch ’19, Aisling Henihan ’19, Regan Johnson ’19, Adam Hasan ’19, Cameron McNeill ’18, and Jonathan Alvarez ’18

Keely Ann Hendricks ’20 Tutor for Karen Refugee Community, Outreach 360 Coach, Girls on the Run Aisling Spencer Henihan ’19 Campus Outreach Chair, Art&Life Student Member, Campus Arts Advisory Committee Grace Lane Fulton Henley ’21 Co-Chair-Elect, Linking Immigrants to New Communities (LINC) Undergraduate Learning Assistant, Mathematics Department Daniel Charles Hirst ’20 Treasurer, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) Peer Educator and Events Pod Captain, One Act Research Assistant, Astronomy Department Carter Bromley Hodge ’19 CEO, The Meantime Coffee Co. Mandolin Player, Carolina Bluegrass Band Director, Carolina Ukulele Ensemble Musician, Dissimilar South

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Sara Rose Holley ’21 Demonstration Team, Carolina Taekwondo New Member Education, Alpha Kappa Delta Phi International Sorority, Inc. Core Team, FairEd Elizabeth Reaves Houston ’19 Pod Leader, Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Undergraduate Researcher, Mackman Lab, Hematology/ Oncology Department, UNC School of Medicine Olivia Leigh Hoynes ’21 Senior Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Founding Member, SHAC (Student Health Action Coalition) SHACtivism Certified Application Counselor, SHAC Get Covered Carolina Devon Paul Hughes ’18 Fundraising Chair, Executive Board, Club Tennis

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Tai Trong Huynh ’20 Town of Chapel Hill Housing Advisory Board Tech Team Program Chair, Institute of Politics Club Trainer, Club Boxing Founder, civoice, LLC Anna Andreevna Ilyasova ’21 Secretary, UNC American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) Student Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF)

Cameron Champion ’20, Nikhil Arora ’20, and Vikram Aikat ’20

Malik Savoy McNeil Jabati ’19 Senior Advisor, Student Government Executive Branch Summer Coordinator, Institute of Politics Scholar Director, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors Matthew David Llewellyn Jackman ’18 Campaign Manager, Student Body President Campaign, Student Government Philanthropy Chair, New Member Educator, Chi Psi Fraternity President Pro Tempore of the Philanthropic Society, Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies Social Chair, Creative Director, Tar Heel Voices

Cara Pugh ’18

Varun Jain ’21 Founder, CEO, Loop Transportation Networks Software Team and Drone Development Team, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) Charge d’Affairs-Elect, UNC Model United Nations Conference Rhea Manish Jaisinghani ’21 Research Assistant, Nutrition Department, Gillings School of Global Public Health Social Chair, Aaj Ka Dhamaka Robert Kirkman Jarrell ’19 Vice President, Chi Psi Fraternity Co-Founder, President, Carolina Cornhole Club Regan Nicole Johnson ’19 Executive Board, College Republicans Fundraising Chair, Wesley Campus Ministry Treasurer, Club Softball Taya Sherie Joseph ’21 Outreach Chair, Carolina Firsts

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Pooja Dhanesh Joshi ’19 Co-Executive Director, UNC Samaa (South Asian Fusion a Cappella) International Conference Co-Director, UNC American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) Participant Experience Chair, Triangle Health Innovation Challenge Elaine Kaye Kearney ’18 Co-President, Carolina Analytics and Data Science Vice President, Phi Beta Kappa Jessie Ann Keener ’19 Co-Chair, Special Projects, Student Government Executive Branch Co-President, Club Soccer Blue WyldLife Leader, YoungLife Matthew Haynes Keith ’21 Recruitment/Mentorship Coordinator, Executive Board, Lead Performer, Pauper Players Caroline Marie Kennedy ’20 Co-Founder, Empower: Educate & Inspire Joshua William Kennedy ’21 Vice President of Outreach, Carolina Actuarial Student Organization Site Coordinator and Tax Preparer, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Ashish Thakurdas Khanchandani ’18 President, Best Buddies, Campus Y Research Assistant, Franz Lab, Department of Biomedical Engineering Grace Kyende Kinoti ’20 Co-Chair, Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Co-Organizer, African University Leader Exchange Program Colby Dixon Kirkpatrick ’19 Director of Marketing, Stocked (CUBE Venture) Delta Advocate, Chi Psi Fraternity Anna Cady Kiyonaga ’19 Co-Leader, Art&Life, Campus Y Max Ryan Kobernick ’21 Director, Public Relations and Media Committee, Carolina Fever Co-Philanthropy Chair, Alpha Epsilon Pi

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Elena Rosa Kovalik ’18 Director of Finance, Students for Students International (S4Si) Research Assistant, Warren Lab, Department of Chemistry Joanna Kuang ’21 Community Outreach Co-Chair, Embody Carolina District 1 Senator, Undergraduate Senate, Student Government Sarah Jane Kuehn ’21 Community Manager, BlipMe App Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18 Service and Philanthropy Chair, Sigma Phi Society Fundraising Chair, Club Soccer Pearce Armstrong Landry II ’21 Junior Varsity Basketball Co-Founder, Late-Night Bites (Small Business) Melanie Amber Langness ’19 Student Safety and Wellness, State and External Affairs, Student Government Executive Branch Teaching Assistant, Dunlevie Honors Colloquium Childcare Specialist, Compass Center for Women and Families Eric Hanlin Lee ’18 Co-Founder, Co-Chair, Build the Hill Rachel Susannah Lempp ’18 Social Chair, Alpha Epsilon Delta Richard Foster Livingston ’21 Founding Member, SHAC (Student Health Action Coalition) SHACtivism Certified Application Counselor, SHAC Get Covered Carolina Kunal Lodaya ’20 Captain, Tar Heel Raas High School Outreach Chair, Carolina Analytics and Data Science Co-Director, Carolina Data Challenge Constance Elizabeth Longmate ’19 Co-President, Club Field Hockey Income and Employment Coordinator, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Samuel Sumner Lowe ’20 Undergraduate Researcher, UNC GAMMA Research Group Webmaster, Campus Y Co-Director, Carolina Creates Music

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Stuart Glascoe Luter ’20 Research Assistant to Karine Dubé ’03, Gillings School of Global Public Health Rapporteur, Annual Global Health Conference, UNC American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) Hoang My Linh Luu ’18 Director of Operations, Students for Students International (S4Si) Kaleb Alexander Lyda ’20 Rush Chair, Outreach Co-Chair, St. Anthony Hall Conrad Yunfei Ma ’19 Shuford Ambassador, Shuford Program in Entrepreneurship Founder, The Link at UNC Teaching Assistant, Burch Program Clare Louise MacDonald ’19 Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Product Designer, The Link Sarah Lutz Mackenzie ’20 Awareness Chair and Chair-Elect, Criminal Justice Awareness and Action Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Scholar Director-Elect, Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors Nicholas Torquil MacLeod ’18 Captain, UNC Darkside Daniel Shiloh Malawsky ’20 Research Assistant, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Case Preparation Coordinator, Terem Clinic Cellist, UNC Chamber Music Ensemble Niman Mann ’18 Senior Counselor, Volunteer Girls State Sydney Addison Mantell ’20 Philanthropy Chair, Women’s Rugby Teaching Assistant, Computer Science Department Ashton Brianna Martin ’20 State and External Affairs Committee and Academic Affairs Committee, Student Government Executive Branch Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors

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Victoria Matus ’20 Sponsorship Subchair, Carolina For the Kids Sarah Margaret McAdon ’19 Research Assistant, Department of Political Science Levi Thomas McCracken ’21 Chief of Staff, Financial Director, Institute of Politics Treasurer, Executive Board, Delta Chi Fraternity Kent Matthew McDonald ’19 Wardrobe Intern, Student Performer, PlayMakers Repertory Company Producer, Performer, Company Carolina Producer, Performer, Student Television Peer Advisor, Study Abroad Office Sophia Claire McFarlane ’19 Senior Co-President, Healthy Girls Save the World (HGSW, Inc.) Student Coordinator, Chancellor’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion Second Vice President, Kappa Omicron Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Allison Rae McGuire ’18 Co-Founder, Volunteer Coordinator, Carolina Swim Clinic Board of Directors, Young Puppy Trainer, Furlough Trainer, Eyes Ears Nose and Paws Nicholas Lance McKenzie ’19 Director of Selections, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Laboratory Teaching Assistant, Anatomy, Biology Department Doula, UNC Birth Partners Cameron Caldwell McNeill ’18 Director, Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Board of Directors, Carolina Creates Andrew Philip McRacken ’21 Design Team, Helping Hand Project (Prosthetics Project) Ashley Caroline Meise ’20 High School Leader, YoungLife Megan Elizabeth Miller ’20 Director of Outreach, Director of Recruitment, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Undergraduate Research Assistant, Chitosan Group, Environmental Health Microbiology Research Lab Oliver Mitchell-Boyask ’19 President, Achordants Senator, Undergraduate Senate, Student Government

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Bridget Vera Mizener ’20 Treasurer, Pleiades Ultimate Frisbee Coach, Chapel Hill High School Ember Ultimate Frisbee Team Mahogany Alexus Monette ’18 Graduate and Professional Students Chair, Carolina Union Activities Board President, UNC Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Evelyn Mugnier Morris ’20 Program Coordinator, Enrich ELL, Campus Y Goalie, Women’s Club Water Polo Claire Drysdale ’18 with her family

Hannah Rose Motley ’21 First-Year Member at Large (FMAL), Campus Y Executive Board Kimathi Mokua Muiruri ’21 Research Assistant, Department of Anesthesiology, Women’s Health Study Amukelani Sihle Muyanga ’18 People-Strategy Consultant, Director of Selections, Training Team Associate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Sebastian Brant Nabatoff ’19 Student Safety and Wellness, Student Government Executive Branch Ege Partal ’18

Joseph Robert Nail ’18 Chief of Staff, Executive Branch of Student Government Co-Founder, Executive Director, Carolina Adapted Athletics Founding Team, Senior Advisor, Institute of Politics Co-Founder, Executive Director, FairED Co-Founder, Co-Director, Empower: Educate & Inspire Catherine Mackenzie Nelsen ’19 President, FLO Food Research Intern, Real Food Challenge Jose Eduardo Neri ’21 Design Team Leader, Helping Hand Project (Prosthetics Project) Eric Lee ’18 and Hannah Sloan ’18

Sean Quan Nguyen ’21 Co-Founder, Director, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Committee Internal Chair, Asian American Pacific Islander Working Group Co-Philanthropy Chair, Sigma Phi Society Fellows Ambassador, Institute of Politics Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF)

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Elizabeth Grace Nicholls ’18 Crisis Counselor, HopeLine NC Carly Mathilde Onnink ’20 Undergraduate Researcher, Biology Department Choreographer, Blank Canvas Dance Company Mentor, UNC Science Days Walter Patton Orr ’20 Philanthropy Chair, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Phillippa Frances Owens ’19 Director of Finance, Carolina Creates Director of Internal Operations, Undergraduate Consulting Club Co-Creator, RateYourDorms, 1789 Venture Lab Website Developer, Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Uzorma Kafinyinfunoluwa Owete ’20 Secretary and Treasurer, Every Nation Campus Ministry Assistant Director, Harmonyx Nathan John Pait ’21 Communications Chair, Beta Upsilon Chi Fraternity First-Year Focus Council, Student Government Marcella Francesca Pansini ’21 Program Assistant, Pupusas 4 Education Executive Board Member, Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach, Student Government Executive Branch Ege Partal ’18 President, Turkish Student Association Mollie Anna Pepper ’21 Organizing Fellow, North Carolina Democratic Party Fellows Ambassador, Institute of Politics First-Year Council, Campus Y Pavani Peri ’20 Founder, Choreographer, Work in Progress Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Wesley James Yount Price ’20 Chair, Teacher Development, Institute of Politics Concert Manager, Clef Hangers Research Assistant, Evolutionary Biology and Computational Genetics Cara Charon Pugh ’18 Senior Advisor, Student Government Education Committee Chair, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated

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Matthew Scott Queen ’19 Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Worship Team Leader, Reformed University Fellowship Megan Lynn Raisle ’20 Co-Chair, Environmental Affairs Committee, Student Government Co-Founder, Morehead-Cain Student Sustainability Advisory Board Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Ezra Miles Rawitsch ’19 Student Member, Chapman Family Teaching Award Committee Rishika Reddy ’20 Research Assistant, Thiele Lab, Behavioral Neuroscience, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Widowed Parent Intern/Department of Psychiatry Intern, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Outreach Director/Campus Y Co-Chair, Best Buddies, Campus Y Rishab Rajan Revankar ’18 Research Assistant, UNC STAR Trial, NIH Clinical Trial, UNC School of Medicine Youth Pastor, Chapel Hill Swadhyay Youth Ministry Honors Ambassador, Honors Carolina Thomas Clive Richards ’20 Co-Principal Trumpet, UNC Symphony Orchestra Trumpet, Final Five Brass Quintet Treasurer, Club Water Polo Lucas Cole Risinger ’21 Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Elizabeth Jett Russler ’20 Co-Partner, Former Farmer Liaison, The Sonder Market Events and Exhibitions Intern, UNC Global Teaching Assistant, Great Decisions/Global Studies Foreign Policy Lecture Series Project Leader, Working Group on Refugees, Europe, and Service Learning (WRESL) Licensing Chair, Delta Delta Delta Sorority Ruth Etiesit Samuel ’21 First-Year Class Council, Organizer of BSM 50 Fashion Show, Black Student Movement Executive Member, Coalition of Awareness, Resistance, and Solidarity Sarah Dudley Sasz ’21 Treasurer, Art&Life Farmer Liaison, The Sonder Market

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Jacob Scott Schmidt ’19 Varsity Football Treasurer, Chi Psi Fraternity Nicholas Scott-Hearn ’20 Peer Tutor, UNC Learning Center Mary Kathryn Selzer ’19 Coach, Girls on the Run Frances Galloway Sentilles ’21 Family Coordinator, Carolina Swim Clinic Intern, Orange County Department on Aging First-Year Council, Campus Y Rohun Shah ’19 Sustainability Chair, Kappa Sigma Fraternity Shreya Ashish Shah ’20 Research Assistant, Hirsch Lab, UNC Gene Therapy Center First-Year Council, Campus Y Jay Ashish Sheth ’21 Founding Member, CFO, Loop Transportation Networks Madison Katherine Shoemaker ’20 Operations Ambassador, Campus Recreation Ashley Chandler Simpson ’21 Assistant Licensing Chair, Delta Delta Delta Sorority

Devon Hughes ’18, Grace Buie ’18, Sarah Gilmour ’18, and Gaby Nair ’18

Junessa Rose Sladen-Dew ’20 Doula, Community Outreach, UNC Birth Partners Development Chair, Club Racquetball Mission Retreat Coordinator, Lutheran Church Ministry Hannah Brown Sloan ’18 Income Task Force Co-Coordinator, Pod Leader, Senior Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) C-START Course Instructor: Local Agents of Justice in Chapel Hill Philip Daniel Smart ’20 Co-Director of Finance, The Sonder Market Co-Philanthropy Chair, Phi Delta Theta Head of Writing Committee, Carolina Creates Joanna Kuang ’21 with her parents

Isabelle Francisca Smith ’20 Garden Manager, Edible Campus UNC Corinne Nicole Spencer ’19 Research Assistant, Cognition and Addiction Behavioral Neuroscience Lab Service-Learning Courses Committee Chair, APPLES Operations Volunteer, Student Health Action Coalition (SHAC) Medical Clinic

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Rob Gourley ’18, Ellie Teller ’18, Gaby Nair ’18, Andre Ceccotti ’18, Lauren Eaves ’18, Chuck Lovelace, Corey Risinger ’18

Gabriella Hope Stein ’19 Co-Director of Speakers, TEDxUNC Co-Head Learning Assistant, Introduction to Computer Science

Eleanor Savoy Teller ’18 UNC Fellow, Full Frame Documentary Festival Student Leadership Group, Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History

Elizabeth Edna Stockton ’20 Vice President/Secretary, Shamrock ’n’ Run Race Day Committee Chair, Kappa Delta Sorority

Elizabeth Peng Tong ’20 Research Assistant, Department of City and Regional Planning Undergraduate Learning Assistant, Department of Computer Science Research Team, FED Challenge

Catherine Atchison Sullivan ’18 Research Fellow, Tolerance in the Marketplace of Ideas Delta Advocate, Kappa Kappa Gamma Kelsey Barnhardt Sutton ’20 Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors Co-Chair, Community Engagement and Outreach, Carolina Kickoff Sophia Wessels Swift ’21 Communication Chair, Helping Hand Project (Prosthetics Project) Design Chair-Elect, Kamikazi Hip Hop Dance Crew Co-Coach, McDougle Middle School Ultimate Frisbee

Ryan Friedrich Totz ’20 Alternative Pencils Project, Center for Literary and Disability Studies President/Head of Public Relations and Social Media, Campus Civitan Raymond Tu ’21 Director of Communications, Campus Y Executive Board Research Assistant, Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health Jack Elliot Turner ’20 Publicity Manager, Walk-Ons a Cappella Group Director of Operations, Carolina Creates

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Emily Ann Venturi ’18 Co-Chair, Criminal Justice Awareness and Action Committee, Campus Y C-START Course Instructor: International Approaches to Criminal Justice Anamay Viswanathan ’19 Senior Advisor, Student Advisory Board, Institute of Politics Myra Waheed ’18 Co-Executive Director, Students for Students International (S4Si) Organizer, Nexus 2018: Water, Food, Energy and Climate Conference, Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health Research Assistant, North Carolina Poverty Research Fund Marshal, Class of 2018

Nick McKenzie ’19 (right) speaks with then-finalist Jalen Johnson ’22 at the Scholar Experience Breakfast

Jessica Jiadai Wang ’21 Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Caleb Micah Walker Wilson ’20 Latinx Program Coordinator, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Brittany-Diana Marfowaa Wiafe ’20 Public Relations Chair, Organization of African Students’ Interests and Solidarity (OASIS) NGO/Pharmaceutical/Technological Company Director, UNC American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO)

Leah Everist ’18, Luce Scholar

Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. ’18 Co-Founder, Delta Advocates Advocate, Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Facilitator, Missional Trends Committee, Connectional Table of the United Methodist Church

Mina Yakubu ’21 OASIS ACTS Service Chair, Organization of African Students’ Interests and Solidarity (OASIS) Immigrant Rights Chair, Southern Poverty Law Center SOHP Intern, Southern Oral History Program

Daverian Travun Williams ’18 Co-Director, SOAR Mentorship Program for Latino Youth

Thokozile Ellen Zimba ’19 Childcare Specialist, Compass Center for Women and Families International Admissions Ambassador, UNC Admissions Ambassadors

Jordyn Marie Williams ’21 Minority Wellness and Health Disparities Chair, Black Student Movement Reagan Emery Woodard ’21 Student Leader, Summit College First-Year Focus Council, Student Government

Olivia Marie Zitkus ’20 Music Director, Loreleis Vice President, Senior Advisor-Elect, Institute of Politics Lauren Victoria Zitney ’19 Vice President, Modernextension Dance Company Intern, The Walking Classroom

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Publications and Media Sandy Ellen Alkoutami ’18 Disc Jockey, WXYC Radio David Ray Allen, Jr. ’18 Founding Member, Features Editor, To The Well Featured Writer, Pacemaker Award-Winning Daily Tar Heel Final Four Preview Senior Writer, The Daily Tar Heel Writer, Sports Illustrated: Campus Rush Freelance Writer, Durham Herald Sun, Spartanburg Herald Journal, Shelby Star Lucas Saunders Buxton ’21 Co-Director of Digital Content, Carolina Football Sandy Alkoutami ’18 and her parents

Nicholas Edward Byrne ’19 Disc Jockey, WXYC Radio Kevin Weiguang Cao ’20 Disc Jockey, WXYC Radio David Isaac Doochin ’18 Producer/Reporter, Carolina Connection Emily Margaret Galvin ’21 Staff Writer, University Desk, The Daily Tar Heel Robert Morris Griffin Gourley ’18 Photographer and Videographer, The Durham Herald Sun Mary Grady Bell ’18

Adam Husein Hasan ’19 Editorial Board Member, Carolina Planning Journal Malik Savoy McNeil Jabati ’19 Disc Jockey, WXYC Radio Matthew David Llewellyn Jackman ’18 Writer, Cellar Door Writer, The White and Blue Rhea Manish Jaisinghani ’21 Writer, Online Content Manager-Elect, Carolina Scientific Devon Chandler Johnson ’20 Editorial Board Member, The Daily Tar Heel

Sean Nguyen ’21 and Vince Friedman ’20

Anna Cady Kiyonaga ’19 Columnist, The Daily Tar Heel Hoang My Linh Luu ’18 Staff Fiction Writer, ShouldDoes Magazine Kent Matthew McDonald ’19 Senior Writer, Audio Producer, The Daily Tar Heel

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Nicholas Lance McKenzie ’19 Editorial Board, The Daily Tar Heel Kimathi Mokua Muiruri ’21 Contributing Writer, Asterisk Magazine Amukelani Sihle Muyanga ’18 Founding Associate Editor, Global Africana Review Gabrielle Blue Nair ’18 Editorial Board, The Daily Tar Heel Matthew Scott Queen ’19 President, Board of Directors, The Daily Tar Heel Corey Landever Risinger ’18 Director of Enterprise, The Daily Tar Heel

Thomas Richards ’20

Lucas Cole Risinger ’21 State and National News Staff, Photographer, The Daily Tar Heel Ruth Etiesit Samuel ’21 Writer, Stylist, Model, Coulture Fashion Magazine Content Creator, Head of Content-Elect, The Bridge Sarah Dudley Sasz ’21 Art Board, Cellar Door Ashley Chandler Simpson ’21 Writer, Coulture Fashion Magazine Gabriella Hope Stein ’19 Editor-in-Chief, UNC Journal of Undergraduate Research (UNC JOURney)

Taner Jacobs ’21 and Mina Yakubu ’21

Emily Ann Venturi ’18 Senior Editor, The Internationalist—Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs Anamay Viswanathan ’19 Board Member, Fundraising Chair, The Daily Tar Heel Myra Waheed ’18 Treasurer, Writer, Event Planner, Monsoon Magazine Richard Andrew Wayland, Jr. Reporter, The Daily Tar Heel Jordyn Marie Williams ’21 University Desk Staff Writer, The Daily Tar Heel

Olivia Zitkus ’20 (right)

Lili Emilia Zay ’20 Contributing Writer, Asterisk

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ORDER OF THE GOLDEN FLEECE

Elaine Kaye Kearney ’18, Vice President Sandy Ellen Alkoutami ’18 Jonathan Tyler Alvarez ’18 Ryan Austin Armstrong ’20 Emma Astrike-Davis ’18 Mary Grady Burnette Bell ’18 Grace Harper Buie ’18 Carly Bess Cannoy ’19 Andre Bicalho Ceccotti ’18 Rebekah Claire Cockram ’18 Anna Elizabeth Dodson ’18 David Isaac Doochin ’18 Claire McBride Drysdale ’18 Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi ’18 Sarah Elizabeth Gilmour ’18 Kate Goldenring ’19 Margaret Louise Hassel ’19 Aisling Spencer Henihan ’19 Pooja Danesh Joshi ’19 Rachel Elizabeth Joyner ’19 Eric Hanlin Lee ’18 Hoang My Linh Luu ’18 Niman Mann ’18 Nicholas Lance McKenzie ’19 Bridget Vera Mizener ’20 Joseph Robert Nail ’18 Gabrielle Blue Nair ’18 Elizabeth Grace Nicholls ’18 Rishab Rajan Revankar ’18 Corey Landever Risinger ’18 Corinne Nicole Spencer ’19 Emily Ann Venturi ’18 Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. ’18

Andre Bicalho Ceccotti ’18, Chrystopher (Treasurer) Lauren Alexandra Eaves ’18 Margaret Louise Hassel ’19 Malik Savoy McNeil Jabati ’19 Sami Leroy Lachgar ’18   UNDERGRADUATE HONOR COURT

Mary Beth Browne ’19, Chair Rachel Katherine Gideon ’19, Vice Chair Nikhil Mohan Arora ’20 David Isaac Doochin ’18 Agnes Chinwe Ezekwesili ’20 Pooja Dhanesh Joshi ’19 Sarah Lutz Mackenzie ’20 Niman Mann ’18 Sebastian Brant Nabatoff ’19 Gabrielle Blue Nair ’18 Wesley James Yount Price ’20 Mary Kathryn Selzer ’19 Elizabeth Edna Stockton ’20 Ruth Johanna Tomlin ’20 Raymond Tu ’21 Isa Margaret van der Drift ’20 Myra Waheed ’18     STUDENT ATTORNEY GENERAL’S STAFF

Danielle du Preez ’20, Managing Associate Margaret Louise Hassel ’19, Managing Associate, Student Attorney General-Elect Carolyne Alice Barker ’19, Chair of Policy Jona Bocari ’21

NORTH CAROLINA FELLOWS PROGRAM

Caleigh Morgan Bachop ’18 William Grant Everist ’21 Ana Karen Guerrero ’19 Adam Husein Hasan ’19 Taner Kylan Jacobs ’21 Grace Kyende Kinoti ’20 Stuart Glascoe Luter ’20 Hoang My Linh Luu ’18 Sophia Claire McFarlane ’19 Mahogany Alexus Monette ’18 Megan Lynn Raisle ’20 Ruth Etiesit Samuel ’21 Thokozile Ellen Zimba ’19 Lauren Victoria Zitney ’19    

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At Carolina, the classroom environment is rigorous, yet engaging, and students here enjoy direct access to invaluable mentorship from professors who, while being leaders in their field, maintain students as their first priority. This combination has made Carolina a place where I could follow my intellectual curiosities, providing the perfect setting in which to amplify the many opportunities afforded by the Morehead-Cain.” —Sanjay Gadi ’18, shown with his honors thesis advisor, Dr. Elizabeth Mayer-Davis, chair of the Department of Nutrition in the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health


“I give to the Scholarship Fund because I value the opportunity Morehead-Cain continues to offer me and all the scholars: to remember that we are here on Earth to serve others.” Chris Barge ’98  |  Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County, Colorado

TOGETHER.


To say that the Morehead-Cain Program was life-changing would be an understatement. The experiences, the lifelong relationships, and the alumni network have given me opportunities to serve, share, and grow. I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be fully repaid. Making a contribution of time and resources is a small acknowledgement of that debt.” —Nigel Long ’93 TOGETHER Campaign Donor


Major Attainments of the Class of 2018 while at the University BASED ON A SENIOR CLASS OF 55 SCHOLARS

Graduated with Distinction 33% 18

Phi Beta Kappa 44% 24

Graduated with Highest Distinction 53% 29

Dean’s List 91% 50

TOTAL SCHOLARS WITH DISTINCTION

Campus Y 36% 20

85% 47

Graduated with Honors 22% 12 Graduated with Highest Honors 24% 13 TOTAL SCHOLARS WITH HONORS

46% 25

First-Year Honors Program 96% 53 Sophomore Honors Program 93% 51 Junior Honors Program 87% 48 Senior Honors Program 73% 40

Student Government 36% 20 Athletic Programs (other than intramural) 33% 18 Member of at least one Honorary Society 25% 14

Chancellors’ Awards 11% 6


2018 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. We are pleased to announce that 98 percent of the Morehead-Cain Class of 2018 chose the Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund as the recipient of their Senior Class Campaign gift! Not only did 98 percent of this class make a gift to the Fund, but 98 percent of the graduating seniors also signed up to be Morehead-Cain Partners. We are also grateful for the families of our seniors, 96 percent of whom made a gift to the Fund as well! We offer our sincere thanks to Andre Ceccotti, who spearheaded the campaign, and to the entire senior class for its commitment and generosity.

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Sandy Ellen Alkoutami (Sandy) Hickory, St. Stephens High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Public Policy with Honors and Economics, Minors in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina; Mellon Fellow in Arab Refugee Studies, Duke University Center for Documentary Studies; Project Leader for the Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach (MADO) Committee; Campus Blueprint Staff Writer, Managing Editor; ReadCONTRA Staff Writer; WXYC DJ; Students for Students International Communications Director; Church World Service Resettlement Volunteer; Virtual Student Foreign Service Intern, U.S. Embassy Lebanon and Global Engagement Center, Department of State; Tutor and Translator for Displaced Arab Refugees in the Triangle Area 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 Education for Employment, Amman, Jordan Private Enterprise Small Enterprise Assistance Fund, Casablanca, Morocco Governmental House Judiciary Committee, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a master’s of science degree at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University after a summer with the House Foreign Affairs Committee Democratic Staff and a year serving as a Fulbright Fellow in Jordan.

David Ray Allen, Jr. (David) Shelby, Shelby High School; BA with Distinction/Religious Studies with Honors, Minor in Media and Journalism; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina; Honorable Mention, Sports Writing, N.C. College Media Association; Daily Tar Heel’s Pacemaker Award-Winning 2016 Final Four Preview Senior Writer; Daily Tar Heel Senior Writer; Sports Illustrated: Campus Rush Staff Writer; To The Well Founding Member, Features Editor; Religious Studies Department Advising Committee; Chapel Hill Bible Church College Intern; Freelance Reporter: Durham Herald Sun, Black and Blue Review, Spartanburg Herald Journal, Shelby Star, and Stories & Glories; Honors Thesis: Dr. Bart Ehrman; Honors Faculty Research: Dr. Zlatko Plese 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 Appalachian Backpacking and Canoeing Public Service Breakthrough Collaborative, New Orleans Private Enterprise Tandem Sports + Entertainment LLC, Arlington, Virginia Independent Research As Yourself: Loving Your Neighbor; Americus, Georgia; Denver, Colorado; Fraser, Colorado; Kansas City, Kansas; Nashville, Tennessee; Portland, Oregon; Seattle, Washington; I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a Master’s of Divinity degree at Duke Divinity School.

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Jonathan Tyler Alvarez (Jonathan) Coral Gables, Florida, Belen Jesuit Preparatory School; BS with Highest Distinction/Biomedical and Health Sciences Engineering; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Department of Biomedical and Health Sciences Engineering Scholarship Award; Co-Founder, Salud Ahora; A Virtual Reality Glove for Kinesthetic Feedback Using Electroadhesive Clutches, Carnegie Mellon University, Co-Author; Men’s Club Soccer Co-President; Chi Psi Fraternity 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 Ubuntu Football, Cape Town, South Africa Private Enterprise Better Future Factory, Rotterdam, Netherlands Nonprofit Carnegie Mellon University Soft Materials, Laboratory, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a PhD in bioengineering in the laboratory of Professor Conor Walsh at Harvard University.

Norman Trevor Archer (Norman) Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill Senior High School; BSPH with Distinction/Nutrition with Highest Honors, Minors in Medical Anthropology and Chemistry; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Joseph Edozien Outstanding Undergraduate Award in Nutrition; Gump Family Undergraduate Research Award; Carolina Parents’ Council Grant Award; Executive Assistant to the Student Body Vice President; Campus Blueprint Managing Online Editor, Staff Writer; Inside Out Project at UNC Founder and Director; Cooking Matters for Kids 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 Sea Kayaking Public Service The AIDS Support Organization, Masaka, Uganda Nonprofit Inside Out Project, New York Independent Research Maternal Nutrition and Birth Practices in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador; San Cristobal and Quito, Ecuador I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To teach in Vietnam on a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship.

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Emma Marie Astrike-Davis (Emma) Durham, Cary Academy; BSPH with Highest Distinction/Nutrition, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship; Top10 Scholar-Athlete Award; Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award; Most Inspiring Athlete Award, Cross Country; Female Winner, Rock ’n’ Roll Raleigh Marathon 2016; Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Track and Field; Feelin’ DNA Co-Founder and Secretary; Art for Hospice Founder and President; Girls on the Run Head Coach at Montessori Community 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, Appalachian Mountains Backpacking, Rock Climbing and Whitewater Canoeing Public Service Anti-Violence Project, New York Nonprofit U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Colorado Springs I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend UNC School of Medicine on a Blanchard Scholarship.

Caleigh Morgan Bachop (Caleigh) Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Mount Douglas Senior Secondary School; BA with Distinction/Anthropology with Honors, Minor in Medical Anthropology; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First and Sophomore Years; North Carolina Fellows Program; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Campus Y: Catalyst Committee; Carolina Boxing Club; Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Track; Vancouver School of Mind Body Spirit Medicine; McGill University Department of Transcultural Psychiatry 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 Foundation for Sustainable Development, Udaipur, India Private Enterprise Silhouette Group, New York Nonprofit McGill University’s Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, Montréal, Québec I M M E D I AT E P L A N S Plans in progress.

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Mary Grady Burnette Bell (Mary Grady) Raleigh, Ravenscroft School; BSBA with Highest Distinction/Business Administration and History with Honors, Minor in Media and Journalism; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina Ambassador; Chancellor’s Award: Panhellenic Council Woman of the Year; Business Excellence in Marketing Award; Order of Omega; Sigma Alpha Lambda; Phi Alpha Theta Treasurer; Medlin Scholarship; Ewing Schleeter Harris Scholarship; Buckley Public Service Scholars First-Year Service Corps; Chancellor’s Student Innovation Team; Speakers at Carolina Co-President; Daily Tar Heel 1893 Brand Studio Campaign; Kappa Delta Sorority, Miss Gracious Living, Shamrock ’n’ Run 5K Public Relations Chair, Slating Committee; Panhellenic Council Vice President of Standards, KD Judicial Board Representative; Carolina Creates Board of Directors, External Relations Chair; Office for Undergraduate Research 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 National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Girls Who Code, San Francisco Private Enterprise Sephora, San Francisco Private Enterprise Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a marketing business analyst with McKinsey & Co. in Atlanta.

Travis Benjamin Broadhurst (Travis) Weaverville, North Buncombe High School; BS/Geological Sciences and Physics, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Chancellor’s Awards: Ernest L. Mackie Award, Walter S. Spearman Award; Sigma Gamma Epsilon Honor Society; Student Safety and Security Committee, Chancellor’s Buildings and Grounds Advisory Committee, Student Congress District 1 Representative; Campus Y: UNC Holi Moli Logistics Committee; Carolina Union Board of Directors, Vice President of Programming, CUAB Undergraduate Engagement Committee Chair; Ski and Snowboard Club Vice President and Treasurer; National Residence Hall Honorary Service Chair; Residence Hall Association Community Governor; Commissioner, N.C. Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service; Student Committee, Geothermal Resources Council 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 Daktari Bush School and Wildlife Orphanage, Hoedspruit, South Africa Independent Research Vaireco GmbH, Konstanz, Germany Governmental Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To enter the geothermal industry as an engineer or exploration geologist.

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Olivia Marie Bruff (Olivia) Lexington, Central Davidson Senior High School; BA with Distinction/Biology with Honors, Minors in Chemistry and Spanish for the Professions; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; UNC Birth Partners Mentor Doula 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 Foundation for Sustainable Development, Cochabamba, Bolivia Private Enterprise Baylor Scott & White Health, Dallas Private Enterprise Be Loved, Durham, North Carolina I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To complete a two-year fellowship with MedServe, working as a medical assistant and health coach with the Cabarrus Rowan Community Clinic in Concord, North Carolina.

Grace Harper Buie (Grace) Asheville, Asheville High School; BA with Distinction/Environmental Science and Studies with Highest Honors and Economics; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Student Government: State and External Affairs Committee, Town Council Environmental Stewardship Advisory Board Student Representative, Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee Voting Member; Campus Y: The Sonder Market Financial Director; UNC Young Democrats Service 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 National Outdoor Leadership School, Pacific Northwest Backpacking Public Service A Broader View, Jaipur, India Private Enterprise Capital-E, Washington, DC Private Enterprise Faro Energy, London, England I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an energy analyst with Insight Sourcing Group in Atlanta.

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Andre Bicalho Ceccotti (Andre) Belo Horizonte, Brazil, United World College Costa Rica; BA with Highest Distinction/Economics; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Award; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Student Supreme Court Justice; Student Attorney General’s Staff Managing Associate, Counsel; Campus Y: Community Empowerment Fund (CEF) Voting Member of the Board of Directors, Senior Advocate, Recruitment Director, Legal Clinics Coordinator; Morehead-Cain Scholarship Fund Board of Directors Scholar Director; Economics Department Undergraduate Learning Assistant (ULA) 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 Appalachian Backpacking and Rock Climbing Public Service Bayview/Hunters Point Community Legal, San Francisco Governmental New York State Division of Human Rights, New York Nonprofit Self-Help Credit Union, Durham, North Carolina I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend the New York University School of Law on a Root-Tilden-Kern Public Interest Scholarship.

Rebecca Marie Chaisson (Rebecca) Slidell, Louisiana, Slidell High School; BA/Geography, Minor in Anthropology; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Student Government: Environmental Affairs Committee; Solar Head of State Media Coordinator; Dissimilar South (Indy Week-featured Southern Folk Band, Cat’s Cradle, Local 506 Headliner) Vocals, Harmonica, Bass Guitar; The Meantime Coffee Co. Board Member; CUBE (Creating University-Born Entrepreneurs) Social Innovation Initiative Venture 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, Alaska Sea Kayaking Public Service Hacienda Tranquila, San Cristobal, Galapagos, Ecuador Nonprofit RadioLab, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To serve as campaign manager for Martha Shafer for N.C. House District 62.

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Rebekah Claire Cockram (Rebekah) Newton Abbot, Devon, England, Torquay Girls’ Grammar School; BA with Highest Distinction/Political Science and History with Highest Honors; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Carolina Research Scholar; Phillips Ambassador; Tom and Elizabeth Long Excellence Award for Honors Thesis; Daily Tar Heel Reporter; Student Attorney General’s Office Managing Associate, Counsel; Undergraduate Honor System Director of Student Outreach; Honors Carolina C-START Course Instructor: Local Agents of Justice in Chapel Hill; Sutton Trust and US/UK Fulbright Student Mentor; UNC JOURney (Journal of Undergraduate Research) Editor of Humanities 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 Warm Heart, Phrao, Thailand Private Enterprise Ancestry.com LLC, Lehi, Utah Nonprofit Amnesty International USA, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a fellowship with Human Rights Funders Network in New York City.

David William Collins (David) Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Greenwood College School; BS/Computer Science, Minors in Chemistry and Religious Studies; UNC Water Ski and Wakeboard Club President 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 Amy Biehl Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa Nonprofit Vanderbilt University Department of Biomedical Informatics, Nashville, Tennessee Private Enterprise Gene42, Inc., Toronto, Ontario I M M E D I AT E P L A N S Plans in progress.

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Blake Horrigan Dodge (Blake) Beaufort, West Carteret High School; BA with Distinction/English and Political Science, Minor in Philosophy; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; All-ACC; NCAA East Preliminary Round Qualifier; Athletic Director’s Scholar-Athlete Award; Division I USTFCCCA AllAcademic Individual; Student Government: Student Advisor to the Chancellor, Communications Director, Faculty Athletics Council; Center for Public Integrity and The Daily Beast Business in Politics Reporter; Daily Tar Heel Senior Writer, State and National Desk; Dissimilar South (Indy Week-featured Southern Folk Band, Cat’s Cradle, Local 506 Headliner) Singer-Songwriter; Varsity Track and Field Captain; Varsity Cross Country Captain 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 Alpine Backpacking Public Service Eastern North Carolina (ENC) Stem, Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina Nonprofit Families Against Mandatory Minimums, Washington, DC Nonprofit Center for Public Integrity, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To continue at UNC in order to complete eligibility to run on the UNC Track and Field team.

Anna Elizabeth Dodson (Anna) Bunn, Bunn High School; BSPH with Highest Distinction/Health Policy and Management, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Chancellor’s Award: Edward McGowan Hedgpeth Award; Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Health Honor Society President; Campus Y: UNC Best Buddies; Cru Campus Ministry Bible Study Leader and Mentor; Chapel Hill Bible Church Sunday School Teaching Assistant; Student Health Action Coalition (SHAC) Certified Application Counselor S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Public Service Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Limón, Nicaragua Private Enterprise Baylor Scott & White Health, Dallas Nonprofit National Rural Health Association, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend UNC School of Medicine.

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David Isaac Doochin (David) Franklin, Tennessee, University School of Nashville; BA with Highest Distinction/Linguistics and History; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Undergraduate Honor Court; Campus Y: Carolina Kickoff Communications Co-Chair, Counselor; Daily Tar Heel Assistant University Desk Editor, Writer, Copy Editor; Carolina Connection Producer, Reporter; Sigma Phi Society Social and Events 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 National Outdoor Leadership School, Pacific Northwest Backpacking Public Service Art Relief International, Chiang Mai, Thailand Private Enterprise Atlas Obscura, Brooklyn, New York Private Enterprise Quizlet.com, San Francisco I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a content strategist for the languagelearning app Babbel in New York City.

Claire McBride Drysdale (Claire) Golden Valley, Minnesota, Breck School; BS with Highest Distinction/Biology with Highest Honors; BA/Studio Art; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina; Brantley Award for Excellence in Research in Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology; George Kachergis Undergraduate Art Award; Pearman Undergraduate Research Award; Excellence in Medical Biotechnology Program, Danish Institute for Study Abroad; Institute for the Arts and Humanities/Honors Carolina Collaboration Research Grant; Campus Y: Art&Life Co-Chair; Bowman and Gordon Gray Professorship Selection Committee; Chapel Hill Cultural Arts Commissioner; Research Assistant to Dr. Kerry Bloom, Biology Department, Professor Lien Truong and Dr. Glaire Anderson, Art Department; Art Exhibitions: Cellar Door, Mixed Concrete, Undergraduate Art Awards Exhibition, Featured Emerging Artist: Carrboro Arts Center; First Place, Campus Blueprint Cover Art Contest; Club Running 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 Art Relief International, Chiang Mai, Thailand Nonprofit Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Private Enterprise SimBio, Missoula, Montana I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue biological research on sickle cell anemia as an NIH Postbac IRTA fellow.

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Lauren Alexandra Eaves (Lauren) Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England, St. Albans High School for Girls; BSPH with Highest Distinction/Environmental Health Sciences; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Order of the Golden Fleece; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Campus Y Co-President, Director of Membership, Build The Hill Events Co-Chair, Dine Below the Line Co-Founder and Director, First-Year Council Co-Director; The Meantime Coffee Co. Co-Founder, Chairperson; Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Research Assistant; Fry Lab, Gillings School of Public Health, Research Assistant; Communiversity Youth Program, Stone Center, Theater Program Director 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, Boundary Waters Canoeing Expedition Public Service Breakthrough Collaborative, San Francisco Private Enterprise Venture The Meantime Coffee Co., Chapel Hill Nonprofit Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Zambia and Malawi I M M E D I AT E P L A N S   To pursue a PhD in Environmental Sciences and Engineering at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health.

Leah Grace Everist (Leah) Asheville, Asheville High School; BSPH with Highest Distinction/Health Policy and Management, Minor in Medical Anthropology; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Luce Scholar; Morris Weinberger Award for Distinction in the BSPH Junior Year, Gillings School of Global Public Health; James P. Dixon Award for Excellence in Education, Gillings School of Global Public Health; Campus Y: Executive Board Director of Administration; Student Health Action Coalition, Get Covered Carolina Co-Director; Birth Partners Doula; Transcaucasian Trail Association Program Coordinator for Volunteer Crews; Americorps, American Conservation Experience, Assistant Crew Leader; C-START Course Instructor: Good Vibes: Positive Emotions, Behavioral Economics, and Other Invisible Forces that Shape Our Lives 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 Help for Children in Uganda, Ssese Islands, Uganda Nonprofit UNC Water Institute (WaSH Research), Tamale, Ghana Private Enterprise Maven Clinic Co., New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To spend a year in Nepal working in community preparedness and disaster risk reduction as a Luce Scholar.

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Caroline Christine Folz (Caroline) Louisville, Kentucky, Dupont Manual Magnet High School; BA with Distinction/ Public Policy and Interdisciplinary Studies with a Concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience, Minors in Chemistry and Biology; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Autism Society of North Carolina Spring Gala Committee; Undergraduate Health Care Club Vice President of Service; Campus Y: UNC Best Buddies Executive Board Member, Disability Awareness Committee; Zeta Tau Alpha Vice President 1, Director of Philanthropy, New Member Coordinator; UNC School of Medicine Department of Biophysics and Biochemistry Research Assistant; Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Researcher; Special Olympics of Orange County Soccer Coach for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 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, Boundary Waters Canoeing, Backpacking, and Climbing Expedition Public Service Cherokee Gives Back, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Nonprofit San Diego Neurosurgery, San Diego, California Nonprofit International Centre for Migration Health and Development, Geneva, Switzerland I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a joint MD/MPH degree.

Sanjay Raaj Venkata Gadi (Sanjay) Raleigh, Raleigh Charter High School; BSPH with Highest Distinction in Nutrition with Highest Honors, Minors in Studio Art and Chemistry; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Carolina Research Scholar; National Merit Scholarship; Joseph Edozien Outstanding Undergraduate Award in Nutrition; Delta Omega Honorary Society Recognition of Undergraduate Excellence; American Mock World Health Organization (AMWHO) Nationals Best Delegate Award; AMWHO National Inc. Board of Directors Co-President; UNC AMWHO Co-President, Conference Co-Director; Honors Carolina Student Board Co-President; UNC Emergency Department Medical Scribe; NC Sli Mentor; Student Health Action Coalition Care Manager; Manekin Teaching Award Selection Committee; GillingsX 2018 Global Health Conference Featured Speaker; University Teaching Awards Committee; Mayer-Davis Research Group; Anatomy Lab Teaching Assistant 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 Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC), Las Salinas, Nicaragua Private Enterprise Pacify Health, LLC, Washington, DC Governmental World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend Harvard Medical School.

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Kristen Marie Gardner (Kristen) Raleigh, Needham B. Broughton High School; BA with Distinction/Global Studies and Political Science; Carolina Hispanic Association Senior Advisor; Radio Latijam Director 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 Curamericas, Guatemala Nonprofit National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, Oakland, California Nonprofit International Organization of Employers, Geneva, Switzerland I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a case manager with Lutheran Family Services in the Carolinas in Raleigh.

Sarah Elizabeth Gilmour (Sarah) Black Mountain, Charles D. Owen High School; BA with Highest Distinction/ Religious Studies and Political Science; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Theta Kappa Alpha Religious Studies National Honor Society; Campus Y: The Sonder Market Value Added Goods Product Development Team; Young Democrats; Chapel Hill/ Carrboro City Schools Volunteer; Study Abroad at the University of Otago, New Zealand 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 A Broader View, India Civic Collaboration Louisville Forward, Louisville, Kentucky Private Enterprise Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, Charlottesville, Virginia I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with Whole Woman’s Health in San Antonio, Texas.

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Robert Morris Griffin Gourley (Rob) Mooresville, South Iredell High School; BS with Distinction/Environmental Science and Studies with a Concentration in Quantitative Energy Systems, Minor in Media and Journalism; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship; First Place, 2018 Hearst National Multimedia Championship; Winner, 2018 Best Multimedia Story of the Year, Hearst Journalism Awards; First Place, David Teeuwen Student Journalism Award, Large Newsroom; Sixth Place, Hearst Multimedia IV Team Reporting, Large Newsroom; First Place, 2017 N.C. College Media Association; Student Government: Director of Photography; Campus Y: Build The Hill Co-Chair; National Press Photographers Association President; Daily Tar Heel and Durham Herald Sun Photographer/Videographer; Durham Voice Photographer, Writer; Sigma Phi Public Relations, Alumni Chair; Featured: Associated Press, Universal Music Group, Rolling Stone, News & Observer, and National Geographic’s Your Shot 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 Mountaineering Public Service A Broader View, India Private Enterprise Miles O’Brien Productions, Boston I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a master’s degree in mass communications from the School of Media and Journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Samuel O’Brien Haddad (Sam) Amarillo, Texas, UWC-USA; BSPH with Highest Distinction/Nutrition with Honors, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; UNC Irish Sports Club President; Foreign Policy Association/UNC Global Studies Department Great Decisions Lecture Series Co-Chair S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Public Service Warm Heart, Phrao, Thailand Governmental National Institutes of Health: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Bethesda, Maryland Private Enterprise MedCity Ltd., London, England I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with Population Services International in Vientiane, Laos, as a Princeton in Asia Fellow.

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Devon Paul Hughes (Devon) San Mateo, California, Aragon High School; BS/Biology and Hispanic Linguistics, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First Year; Club Tennis Fundraising Chair, Executive Board 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, Boundary Waters Wilderness Canoeing Nonprofit UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Pecot Research Lab, Chapel Hill I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend Meharry Medical College School of Medicine in Nashville, Tennessee.

Matthew David Llewellyn Jackman (Matty) Grasmere, Cumbria, England, Fettes College; BA with Distinction/Political Science with Honors and Peace, War and Defense with Honors, Minor in Creative Writing with Highest Honors (with a Concentration in Poetry); Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Chancellor’s Award: Willie P. Mangum Medal in Oratory; Student Government: External Appointment to the Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC), Student Body President Campaign Manager; Cellar Door Writer; White and Blue Writer; Tar Heel Voices Social Chair and Creative Director; Varsity Field Hockey Assistant Coach and Practice Player; Chi Psi Fraternity Philanthropy Chair, New Member Educator; Dialectic and Philanthropic Society (Di Phi) President Pro Tempore, Philanthropic Society S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M

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Elaine Kaye Kearney (Elaine) Pinehurst, Pinecrest High School; BSPH with Highest Distinction/Biostatistics and Computer Science with Highest Honors; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa Vice President; Honors Carolina: First Year; Carolina Analytics and Data Science Co-President and Co-Founder; Carolina Data Challenge Co-Organizer and Co-Founder; SAS Analytics Experience Conference E-Poster Presenter; Maze Day at UNC Activity Developer; Biometric Consulting Lab Undergraduate Research Assistant; SAS Institute Technical Research and Development Year-Round Intern; Women in Computer Science Mentor 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, Rock Climbing Public Service Pasture Valley Farm and Children’s Home, Nhlangano, Swaziland Private Enterprise SAS Institute, Inc., Cary, North Carolina Private Enterprise Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), Melbourne, Australia I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a master’s degree in biostatistics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Ashish Thakurdas Khanchandani (Ashish) Greenville, Junius H. Rose High School; BS/Biology with a Concentration in Quantitative Biology, Minors in Chemistry and Computer Science; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Carolina Research Scholar; Gates Millennium Scholar; HEELprint Achievement Award; Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Medical Honor Society; Second Place, NBA Case Competition; Student Government: Community Service Co-Chair; Campus Y: UNC Best Buddies President, Publicity and Outreach Chair, Best Buddies Campus Y Co-Chair and Vice President; Carolina Housing Resident Advisor; Samaritan Health Center HIV Counselor; Applied Biomechanics Laboratory Research Assistant; Wyzant Tutor; Inform Athletics Software Engineer; Global Brigades Brigade President 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 Alpine Backpacking Public Service A Broader View, India Governmental National Institutes of Health: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Bethesda, Maryland Private Enterprise Capital One, Chicago I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a master’s degree in physiology at North Carolina State University while applying to medical school.

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Elena Rosa Kovalik (Elena) Durham, Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill; BA/Physics with a Concentration in Energy, Minor in Chemistry; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; First Place, Modeling and Theoretical Simulations, Triangle Student Research Association Poster Competition; Students for Students International (S4Si) Director of Finance; Warren Lab, Department of Chemistry, Undergraduate Researcher; Women in Physics Symposium Presenter; UNC Celebration of Undergraduate Research Panel Presentation; UNC Society for Physics Students; UNC Women in Physics; Club Boxing; UNC Swing Dance 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 Students for Students International, Tanzania Nonprofit Scott Warren Research Lab, Deparment of Chemistry, UNC–Chapel Hill I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a PhD in interdisciplinary materials science at Vanderbilt University on a Vanderbilt University School of Engineering IBM Graduate Fellowship.

Sami Leroy Lachgar (Sami) Winston-Salem, R. J. Reynolds Senior High School; BSBA with Highest Distinction/Business Administration, Minor in Environmental Science and Studies; Dean’s List; Order of the Golden Fleece; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Undergraduate Business Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award; GLOBE Scholar; Wade S. Dunbar Scholar; Boeing Innovation Fellow; June and L. Gordon Pfefferkorn, Jr. BSBA Study Abroad Scholarship; Adams Apprentice in Entrepreneurship; Campus Blueprint Managing Editor; Solar Head of State Fundraising Chair; It’s On Us Lead Campus Organizer; Sigma Phi Society Service and Philanthropy Chair; Club Soccer National Champion; Club Soccer Fundraising 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 National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Sea Kayaking Public Service Hoops for Hope, Africa Private Enterprise Gol Labs, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an associate product marketing manager with Google in Mountain View, California.

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Eric Hanlin Lee (Eric) Weldon Spring, Missouri, Francis Howell High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Economics, Minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Phillips Ambassador; Viele Scholarship; Student Government: Executive Assistant to the Student Body President, Chair of Student Engagement; Campus Y: Build The Hill Co-Chair; Hark Co-Founder; Sigma Phi Society Recruitment 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 National Outdoor Leadership School, Alaska Backpacking Public Service Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project, Bangalore, India Civic Collaboration Louisville Forward, Louisville, Kentucky Private Enterprise Quizlet.com, San Francisco I M M E D I AT E P L A N S Plans in progress.

Rachel Susannah Lempp (Rachel) Greensboro, Lucy C. Ragsdale High School; BSPH with Distinction/ Environmental Health Sciences with Highest Honors and Hispanic Literatures and Culture, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Zeta Tau Alpha Most Outstanding New Member; Zeta Tau Alpha Achievement Scholarship; Zeta Tau Alpha Mental Health Education Chair, Secretary; Undergraduate Student Advisory Committee to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Enrich ELL UNC Social Outreach Chair; Alpha Epsilon Delta Service Chair, Social Chair; Compass Center for Women and Families Domestic Violence Hotline Advocate; Stewart Lab, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Research Assistant 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, Whitewater Expedition Public Service Foundation for Sustainable Development, Bolivia Nonprofit Water Institute, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Accra, Ghana Private Enterprise Capital-E, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an analyst with Insight Sourcing Group in Atlanta.

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Hoang My Linh Luu (My Linh) Hanoi, Vietnam, The Hill School; BA with Highest Distinction/Comparative Literature with Honors, Minor in Creative Writing; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; North Carolina Fellows Program; Students for Students International (S4Si) Director of Operations; ShouldDoes Magazine Staff Fiction Writer; 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, Boundary Waters Wilderness Canoeing Public Service Students for Students International, Tanzania Independent Research Milan Kundera, Prague and “Resistance Art”: Then and Now; Paris, France and Prague, Czech Republic Private Enterprise Aragi, Inc. and Ayesha Pande Literary, New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To serve as an apprentice at The Believer Magazine at The Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Carter Black Mountain Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Nicholas Torquil MacLeod (Nick) Durham, Carolina Friends School; BA with Distinction/Global Studies, Minors in Spanish for the Professions and Geography; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First and Sophomore Years; UNC Darkside Captain S U M M E R E N R I C H M E N T P RO G R A M Public Service A Broader View, Cusco, Peru Nonprofit MOTE Marine Laboratories, Sarasota, Florida Private Enterprise Nuup, Mexico City I M M E D I AT E P L A N S Plans in progress.

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Niman Mann (Niman) Franklin, Tennessee, Ravenwood High School; BA with Highest Distinction/ Religious Studies, Minor in Chemistry; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Student Government: First-Year Focus Council; Undergraduate Honor Court; Scholars Latino Initiative Mentor, Standardized Test Tutor, Event Manager; TEDxUNC Finance Committee; Vincent Lab, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Undergraduate Research Assistant; Volunteer Girls State Senior Counselor; United States Senate Youth Program Delegate; Girls Nation Senator; Consulting Skills and Frameworks Teaching Assistant 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 Awamaki, Ollantaytambo, Peru Private Enterprise Sleepio, London Private Enterprise Aetna, Inc., New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a management consultant with Bain & Company in Washington, DC.

Allison Rae McGuire (Allison) Clemmons, West Forsyth High School; BS with Distinction/Biology, Minors in Chemistry and Creative Writing; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship; Club Swimming Apparel Coordinator; Carolina Swim Clinic Swim Lesson Instructor, Volunteer Coordinator; Eyes Ears Nose and Paws Young Puppy Trainer, Furlough Trainer, Board of Directors; Veterinary Specialty Hospital of the Carolinas Volunteer Veterinary Assistant 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 Shanti Bhavan Children’s Project, Bangalore, India Nonprofit Plank Industries, Baltimore Civic Collaboration Sagamore Development, Baltimore I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To continue training service dogs with Eyes Ears Nose and Paws, Chapel Hill.

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Cameron Caldwell McNeill (Cameron) Durham, Riverside High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Economics, Minor in Business Administration; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honor Society; Student Government: Student Engagement Team; Campus Y: HYPE Volunteering; Chi Psi; Jon Curtis Student Enrichment Fund Director, Treasurer, Public Relations Chair; Carolina Creates Board of Directors, Director of External Relations; TEDxUNC Finance Director; UNC Economics Department Undergraduate Learning Assistant; The Fed Challenge Research Team; Copenhagen Business School Semester Exchange 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, Wind River Wilderness Public Service A Broader View, Bulenga, Uganda Private Enterprise Quizlet, San Francisco Private Enterprise McKinsey & Company, Atlanta I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a business analyst with McKinsey & Co. in Atlanta.

Mahogany Alexus Monette (Mahogany) Los Angeles, California, The Thacher School; BA with Distinction/Psychology with Honors and African American and Diaspora Studies with Highest Honors; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; North Carolina Fellows Program Student Director; Carolina Union: CUAB Graduate and Professional Students Chair; NAACP President; Olde Campus Upper Quad Resident Assistant; Penn Lab and African American Youth Wellness Lab Research Assistant 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 and Service Public Service Students for Students International, Tanzania Independent Research 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 and Greensboro, North Carolina Private Enterprise Alase Center for Enrichment, Durham, North Carolina I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To continue as a research assistant with the Penn Lab, UNC Department of Psychology.

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Amukelani Sihle Muyanga (Amu) Soweto, South Africa, United World College of South East Asia; BA with Distinction/Global Studies and African American and Diaspora Studies with Honors; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Renwick Academic Achievement Award; Global Studies Field Research Award; Global Africana Review Founding Associate Editor, Writer; LAB! Theatre 24-Hour Plays Director; Community Empowerment Fund Project Manager, People-Strategy Consultant, Director of Selections; Campus Africa Network Chair; African American and Diaspora Studies Student-Faculty Working Group Coordinator, Annual Undergraduate Research Conference Presenter; The Myth of the African/African-American Divide Teach-In Panelist 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 Appalachian Backpacking and Rock Climbing Public Service African Leadership Academy, Johannesburg, South Africa Private Enterprise SweepSouth, Cape Town, South Africa Private Enterprise Dalberg Global Development Advisors, Johannesburg, South Africa I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work with Dalberg Global Development Advisors as an analyst in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Joseph Robert Nail (Joe) Overland Park, Kansas, Blue Valley West High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Political Science, Minor in Entrepreneurship; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; CocaCola Scholar; National Merit Scholar; Congress Bundestag Scholar; Adams Apprentice; CUBE Fellow; Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship and Public Service Award; Student Body President Campaign Manager and Chief of Staff, Leadership Advisory Committee to the Vice Chancellor; Triathlon Team; Institute of Politics Co-Founder, Senior Advisor; Carolina Adapted Athletics Co-Founder, Executive Director; FairEd Co-Founder, Executive Director; Empower CoFounder, Co-Director; Honors Ambassador; Internships: Congressman Jim Cooper, African Leadership University, and Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation 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 Search for Common Ground, Freetown, Sierra Leone Private Enterprise Venture Empower, Seattle I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To continue working as founder and CEO of Lead for America—a national nonprofit that helps outstanding young leaders launch their public service careers through two-year fellowships in their hometowns and regions of the country struggling to attract talent.

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Gabrielle Blue Nair (Gaby) Memphis, Tennessee, Hutchison School; BA with Highest Distinction/Political Science with Highest Honors and Philosophy; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Phi Sigma Tau Philosophy Honor Society; Philosophy Department Graduation Undergraduate Speaker; Undergraduate Honor Court Student Outreach Committee; Daily Tar Heel Editorial Board; UNC JOURney (Journal of Undergraduate Research) Co-Editor for the Humanities; Mezcla Contributor; Research Intern for Cecile Laborde, Political Theory Professor and Director of the Centre for Religion and Political Theory, University College London 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 Oranjezicht City Farm, Cape Town, South Africa Civic Collaboration Louisville Forward, Louisville, Kentucky Private Enterprise Matter., New York I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as an operations associate with Protenus as a Venture for America Fellow in Baltimore.

Elizabeth Grace Nicholls (Elizabeth) Raleigh, Raleigh Charter High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Global Studies, Minors in Social and Economic Justice and Hispanic Studies; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Thomas J. Watson Memorial Scholarship; Scholars Latino Initiative Mentor; Student Attorney General’s Staff Counsel; HopeLine NC Volunteer Crisis Counselor; Study Abroad at the Universidad de Deusto, Bilbao, Spain 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 Awamaki, Ollantaytambo, Peru Nonprofit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston Private Enterprise Pacify Health, LLC, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a Master of Social Work degree at the UNC School of Social Work.

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Ege Partal (Ege) Kocaeli, Turkey, The Koç School; BA/Political Science and Economics, Minor in History; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, and Junior Years; Turkish Student Association President, Treasurer; Burch Field Research Semester in Washington, DC; Foundation for Political, Economic, and Social Research Intern; Department of History Teaching Assistant 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, Boundary Waters Canoeing Expedition Public Service Hoops for Hope, Africa Private Enterprise Parchman, Vaughan & Company, LLC, Baltimore Nonprofit World Bank, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a rotational associate at Compass Group USA in Charlotte.

Cara Charon Pugh (Cara) Nashville, Tennessee, Academic Magnet High School; BA with Distinction/Public Policy, Minors in African American and Diaspora Studies and Education; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First and Sophomore Years; Student Government: Senior Advisor, Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach Co-Chair; Campus Y: H.Y.P.E. Lead Tutor; Interactive Theatre Carolina Writer and Actress; Kenan Theatre Company Performer; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated Education Committee Chair, Risk Management Chair, Grant Writer; Emily K Center Classroom Instructor 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 Moosehead Canoeing and Whitewater Public Service Breakthrough Collaborative, New York Independent Research Benefits of the Self-Referencing Effect within Nonprofit Education Summer Enrichment Programs; Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Charleston, South Carolina Civic Collaboration Forward Through Ferguson, St. Louis I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To teach elementary school with Teach for America in St. Louis while working toward a Master of Arts in Teaching degree.

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Rishab Rajan Revankar (Rishab) Jamestown, The Early College at Guilford; BA with Highest Distinction/ Interdisciplinary Studies with Highest Honors; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; National Merit Scholar; Carolina Research Scholar; Honors Carolina Ambassador; UNC Swadhyay Youth Leader; National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research Intern for the STAR Trial at UNC School of Medicine, Department of Geriatrics and Emergency Medicine 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 Appalachian Backpacking and Canoeing Public Service Sankara Eye Hospital, Shimogga, India Nonprofit Samskrita Bharati, Dusseldorf, Germany, and New Delhi, India Nonprofit Gita Press, Baltimore, Maryland, and Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To attend medical school at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai after attending Swadhyay Tattvagyan Vidyapeeth School of Vedic and Western Philosophy in Mumbai, India.

Corey Landever Risinger (Corey) Chapel Hill, East Chapel Hill High School; BA with Highest Distinction/English with Honors and Hispanic Literatures and Culture with a Concentration in Higher Education; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Coca-Cola Scholar; Daily Tar Heel Director of Enterprise, State and National Editor, Assistant State and National Editor; Carolina International Relations Association Secretary General of Model United Nations at Chapel Hill, Chief of Staff, Collegiate Model United Nations Conference at UNC; Northside Elementary School ESL and History Volunteer; Next Step Public Charter School, Washington, DC, ESL Tutor 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, Boundary Waters Canoeing Expedition Public Service Breakthrough Collaborative, San Francisco Independent Research Unpublished Consent: A Braided Narrative; Amherst and Cambridge, Massachusetts; New York, New York Private Enterprise LearnZillion, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a PhD in English Literature.

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Hannah Brown Sloan (Hannah) Trent Woods, North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics; BA with Distinction/Economics, Minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship; National Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Colloquium UNC Representative; TEDxNCSSM Alumni Speaker; Nourish UNC Co-Director; Freshspire Co-Founder; Campus Y: Community Empowerment Fund Senior Advocate, Pod Leader, Income Task Force Coordinator; Honors Carolina C-START Course Instructor: Local Agents of Justice in Chapel Hill 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, North Cascades Mountaineering Public Service Nourish International, Rwanda Private Enterprise Venture Freshspire, Chapel Hill Nonprofit Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Menlo Park, California I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a Venture for America Fellow in Baltimore.

Catherine Atchison Sullivan (Katie) Raleigh, Enloe Magnet High School; BA with Highest Distinction/Psychology, Minors in Neuroscience and Media and Journalism; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society; Kappa Kappa Gamma Recording Secretary, House Chair, Delta Advocate, Advisor to the President; Tolerance in the Marketplace of Ideas Research Fellow; Honors Study Abroad London 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, Boundary Waters Wilderness Canoeing Public Service Amy Biehl Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa Private Enterprise Mindsights, Portland, Oregon Private Enterprise Regroup Therapy, Chicago I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a research assistant with the HIV and Addictions Research Program (HARP) at Duke University.

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Eleanor Savoy Teller (Ellie) Charlotte, Charlotte Country Day School; BA with Highest Distinction/Media and Journalism with a Concentration in Advertising and Communication Studies with a Concentration in Media Production/Filmmaking, Minor in Creative Writing; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; UNC Ideation (Carolina Create-A-Thon); TEDxUNC Speaker and Conference Design Committees; Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History Student Leadership Group; Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Development Intern, UNC 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 Outward Bound, Boundary Waters Canoeing, Backpacking, and Climbing Expedition Public Service Make-A-Wish, New Zealand Private Enterprise Matter., New York Private Enterprise The Motley Fool, Alexandria Virginia I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To continue at UNC and graduate in December 2018.

Emily Ann Venturi (Emily) Trieste, Italy, UWC-USA; BA with Highest Distinction/Political Science with Highest Honors and Economics; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Carolina Research Scholar; Davis UWC Scholar; Global Photography Competition Chancellor’s Choice Award; Campus Y: Criminal Justice Awareness and Action Co-Chair; The Internationalist Senior Editor; C-START Instructor: International Approaches to Criminal Justice; Great Decisions Teaching Assistant; Carolina Women’s Center APPLES Alternative Fall Break Leader; Department of Political Science European Union Governance and Integration Research Assistant; EASE International Student Mentor; Club Field Hockey Mid-fielder 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, Canadian Lake Superior Sea Kayaking, Backpacking, and Climbing Public Service UNC Project-Malawi, UNC Institute for Global Health and Infectious Disease, Malawi Private Enterprise Small Enterprise Assistance Fund, Washington, DC Independent Research Rethinking EU-Senegal Migration Policy Development; Brussels, Belgium and Dakar, Senegal I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To intern in the Division of Resilience and Solutions at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Myra Waheed (Myra) Goldsboro, Charles B. Aycock High School; BA with Distinction/Political Science, Minor in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First through Senior Year; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Chancellor’s Award: Class of 1938 Joseph F. Patterson, Jr., and Alice M. Patterson International Leadership Award; Pi Sigma Alpha; WISE—Harvard Women Fellowship; Microeconomics Competition: First Place, Best Presentation, Second Place, Higher Education Paper; Senior Class Marshal; Undergraduate Honor Court; Nexus 2018 Conference Organizer; Students for Students International Executive Director; TEDxUNC Organizing Committee; Impact NC Learning By Giving Board; Great Decisions Teaching Assistant; Deloitte LLP Women’s Initiative Network; Business School Prisoner Education Program; N.C. Poverty Research Fund Research Fellow; Monsoon Magazine; Digitizing Democracy Data Analytics; Muslim Students Association; Friends of Faith Initiative; Friday Open Prayers Founder 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, Canadian Lake Superior Sea Kayaking, Backpacking and Climbing Public Service Students for Students International, Tanzania Nonprofit World Bank, Washington, DC Private Enterprise Small Enterprise Assistance Fund, Washington, DC I M M E D I AT E P L A N S Plans in progress.

Gordon Miller Wilbourn, Jr. (Miller) Little Rock, Arkansas, Episcopal Collegiate School; BA with Highest Distinction/English with Highest Honors and Classics; Dean’s List; Phi Beta Kappa; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Herington Scholarship Award for Best Undergraduate Student in Greek; Kimball King UndergraduateResearch Award; Student Attorney General’s Staff; Chi Psi Fraternity Sexual Assault Prevention Program Founder; Community Empowerment Fund Advocate, Pod Leader, Development Coordinator; Connectional Table of the United Methodist Church Convener for Missional Trends Advisory Group, Facilitator of Missional Trends 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, Maine Appalachian Backpacking and Canoeing Public Service Pasture Valley Farm and Children’s Home, Nhlangano, Swaziland Independent Research Role of the Ecumenical European Church in the Refugee Crisis in Taizé, France; Berlin and Leipzig, Germany; Paris, France; Rome, Italy; and Stockholm, Sweden Private Enterprise Mountain Life Magazine, Whistler, British Columbia I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To pursue a PhD in English.

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Daverian Travun Williams (Tré) Harrisburg, Cabarrus Kannapolis Early College High School; BA/Economics, Minor in Philosophy; Dean’s List; Honors Carolina: First, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Years; Buckley Public Service Scholar; Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowship; Club Cricket; Intramural Flag Football Champion; Campus Y Consultant, Development Committee; S.O.A.R Mentorship Program Co-Director, Primary Contact; Zeta Beta Tau Founding Father, Recruitment Chair, Vice President; Heavenly Gardens 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 Outward Bound, Colorado Rockies Mountaineering Public Service A Broader View, India Private Enterprise MLB Advanced Media, New York Private Enterprise Manini’s, LLC, Kent, Washington I M M E D I AT E P L A N S To work as a sales and business development representative in Oracle’s “Class Of” program in Reston, Virginia.

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2 019 John Gregory Amoroso Charlotte, North Carolina Cannon School

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

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

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Constance Elizabeth Longmate Edinburgh, Scotland Mary Erskine School

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

Catherine Mackenzie Nelsen Boone, North Carolina Watauga High School

Adeyemi Ademide Olatunde London, England Mossbourne Community Academy

Phillippa Frances Owens Wigan, Lancashire, England Runshaw College

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Matthew Scott Queen Asheboro, North Carolina Asheboro High School

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

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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CLASS OF 2020

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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CLASS OF 2020

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

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

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Lili Emilia Zay Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Country Day School

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2021 Leslie Ruby Acosta Padilla Charlotte, North Carolina Harding University High School

Jona Bocari Tirana, Albania United World College of the Adriatic

Patrick Anderson Bradey Charlotte, North Carolina Myers Park High School

Anna Katherine Brandao Chattanooga, Tennessee Girls Preparatory School

Lucas Saunders Buxton Raleigh, North Carolina Enloe Magnet High School

Kayley Elizabeth Carpenter Indian Trail, North Carolina Piedmont High School

Alexandria Leigh Chadwick Swansboro, North Carolina Swansboro High School

Catherine D’Arcy Miyoung Chang Toronto, Ontario, Canada The Toronto French School

Dennis Montgomery Cmiel Charlotte, North Carolina Myers Park High School

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

Jason Ray Cowan Lewiston, North Carolina Bertie Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics High School

Hunter Davis Baltimore, Maryland Friends School of Baltimore

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CLASS OF 2021

John Patrick Dinges Alpharetta, Georgia Marist School

Mackenzie Elizabeth Dion Raleigh, North Carolina Needham B. Broughton High School

Caroline Elizabeth Durante Dallas, Texas Episcopal School of Dallas

William Grant Everist Asheville, North Carolina Asheville High School

Donald L. Fejfar Marion, Iowa Linn-Mar High School

Emily Margaret Galvin Belle Mead, New Jersey The Lawrenceville School

Angel Rodolfo Gaona La Grange, North Carolina North Lenoir High School

Christian Sutton Rust Gillespy Greenville, South Carolina Saint Joseph’s Catholic School

Lauren Emily Gornto Burlington, North Carolina Western Alamance High School

Justin G. Hadad Dublin, Ohio St. Charles Preparatory School

Jacquelyn Claire Hedrick Raleigh, North Carolina Jesse O. Sanderson High School

Grace Lane Fulton Henley High Point, North Carolina High Point Central High School

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Sara Rose Holley Charlotte, North Carolina East Mecklenburg High School

Olivia Leigh Hoynes Greenville, North Carolina Junius H. Rose High School

Anna Andreevna Ilyasova Mount Airy, North Carolina Mount Airy High School

Taner Kylan Jacobs Lumberton, North Carolina Lumberton Senior High School

Varun Jain Singapore United World College of South East Asia

Rhea Manish Jaisinghani Brentwood, Tennessee Ravenwood High School

Taya Sherie Joseph Albemarle, North Carolina Albemarle Senior High School

Matthew Haynes Keith Franklin, Tennessee Battle Ground Academy

Joshua William Kennedy Fort Myers, Florida Fort Myers High School

Kelsie Naomi King Harrisburg, North Carolina Hickory Ridge High School

Max Ryan Kobernick St. Petersburg, Florida Shorecrest Preparatory School

Joanna Kuang New York, New York Horace Mann School

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CLASS OF 2021

Sarah Jane Kuehn Wayne, New Jersey The Hotchkiss School

Pearce Armstrong Landry II Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Day School

Richard Foster Livingston Wallace, North Carolina Wallace-Rose Hill High School

Levi Thomas McCracken Clyde, North Carolina Haywood Early College High School

William Alberto McGregor Leesburg, Virginia The McCallie School

Andrew Philip McRacken Morganton, North Carolina Freedom High School

Hannah Rose Motley Leawood, Kansas Blue Valley North High School

Kimathi Mokua Muiruri Pickering, Ontario, Canada Upper Canada College

Jose Eduardo Neri Raleigh, North Carolina Enloe Magnet High School

Sean Quan Nguyen Palm Harbor, Florida Berkeley Preparatory School

Daniel Oluwakorede Ogunbamowo Chelmsford, England The Sixth Form College, Colchester

Nathan John Pait Fayetteville, North Carolina Village Christian Academy

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Marcella Francesca Pansini Mooresville, North Carolina South Iredell High School

Mollie Anna Pepper Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville High School

Lucas Cole Risinger Chapel Hill, North Carolina East Chapel Hill High School

Ruth Etiesit Samuel Macon, Georgia First Presbyterian Day School

Sarah Dudley Sasz Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Country Day School

Frances Galloway Sentilles Memphis, Tennessee Hutchison School

Jay Ashish Sheth Charleston, West Virginia George Washington High School

Ashley Chandler Simpson Greensboro, North Carolina Walter Hines Page High School

Sophia Wessels Swift Weaverville, North Carolina North Buncombe High School

Madison Grace Tart Erwin, North Carolina Triton High School

Raymond Tu Guelph, Ontario, Canada Guelph Collegiate

Jessica Jiadai Wang Chantilly, Virginia Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

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CLASS OF 2021

Richard Andrew Wayland Jr. Raleigh, North Carolina Enloe Magnet High School

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Jordyn Marie Williams Winterville, North Carolina Junius H. Rose High School

Reagan Emery Woodard Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina Wake Christian Academy

Y E A R

Mina Yakubu Wilmington, North Carolina New Hanover High School

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2 022 Grant Charles Abrams Charlotte, North Carolina Providence Day School

Chiazo Corne Agina Fresno, California UWC-USA

Christina Marie Alperi Davidson, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Anna Katherine Kalifey Aluise New Orleans, Louisiana Isidore Newman School

Vibhu Kishan Ambil Charlotte, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Olivia Ellene Bell Albany, Georgia Deerfield-Windsor School

John Paul Benson Wilson, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Shivam Shankar Bhargava Carmel, Indiana Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School

Daniel De Campo Bonomo Mooresville, North Carolina South Iredell High School

Tershona Denise Alfreda Branch Burgaw, North Carolina Cape Fear Academy

Kristina Kathleen Chapple Suwanee, Georgia Lambert High School

Caroline Elizabeth Ciaramitaro Memphis, Tennessee St. Mary’s Episcopal School

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CLASS OF 2022

Katherine Muse Collamore Chevy Chase, Maryland Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School

Tyler May Deegan Pittsboro, North Carolina Woods Charter School

Chelsea Tate Deitelzweig New Orleans, Louisiana Benjamin Franklin High School

Olivia Riley Delborne Raleigh, North Carolina Enloe Magnet High School

Ivana Cheyenne Devine Orangeburg, South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics

John Rees Dewey Greensboro, North Carolina Walter Hines Page High School

Connor Antonio Díaz Chapel Hill, North Carolina East Chapel Hill High School

Bogue Hiram Dick Swansboro, North Carolina Swansboro High School

Michael James Dorgan Huntersville, North Carolina William Amos Hough High School

Charlotte Sophia Nowell Dorn High Point, North Carolina Salem Academy

Capri Alexis D’Souza Oak Ridge, North Carolina Northwest Guilford High School

Montgomery Marcus Eyre Evans London, England St. Paul’s School

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Samantha Christine Ferris Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Country Day School

Phoebe Margaret Flaherty Toronto, Ontario, Canada Monarch Park Collegiate Institute

William Alexander Forrest Richmond, Virginia St. Christopher’s School

Melanie America GodinezCedillo Weaverville, North Carolina North Buncombe High School

Matthew Benjamin Bittner Atticus Grassby London, England Eton College

Lucia Helena Hagert Austin, Texas Stephen F. Austin High School

Richard Scott Hallyburton Durham, North Carolina Durham Academy

Mirza Abbas Hasan Plano, Texas Greenhill School

Margo Claire Helmke Tampa, Florida St. Michaels University School

Takhona Grace Hlatshwako Manzini, Swaziland UWC Dilijan College

Benjamin Forrest Humphries Cary, North Carolina Cary Academy

Claire Reeves Hyde* Memphis, Tennessee St. Mary’s Episcopal School

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CLASS OF 2022

Jalen Wayne Johnson Conover, North Carolina The Discovery High School at Newton-Conover

Helen Susanne Johnston Park City, Utah The Culver Academies

Robert Franklin Keener Hendersonville, North Carolina North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics

Camryn Gerard Kellogg* Wilmington, North Carolina Cape Fear Academy

Maryam Hana Khan Slough, England Baylis Court School

Isabel Mae Kintzley Severna Park, Maryland Severna Park High School

Tracy Colburn Laughlin Charlotte, North Carolina Providence Day School

Harrison David Lewis Atlanta, Georgia Pace Academy

Megan Connally Lienau Dunwoody, Georgia Mount Vernon Presbyterian School

Katherine Armistead Loughran Atlanta, Georgia Pace Academy

Michael Hosseini Marand Apex, North Carolina Panther Creek High School

Alexander Samuel Mazer Manhasset, New York Manhasset High School

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Isabelle Maria McGoey Metairie, Louisiana Academy of the Sacred Heart

Robert Dudley McQueen Burlington, North Carolina The Burlington School

Jaya Rani Mishra Winston-Salem, North Carolina Mount Tabor High School

Jack Thomas Moore Hartford, Connecticut Conard High School

Caitlin Wen Nygren Chicago, Illinois Walter Payton College Preparatory High School

Krupa Sanjiv Patel Harrisburg, North Carolina Hickory Ridge High School

Alayna Camille Powell Asheville, North Carolina Enka High School

Kelsey Megan Rappe Johns Creek, Georgia Wesleyan School

Frances Annette Reed Greenville, North Carolina Junius H. Rose High School

Olivia Catherine Weyler Romine Greensboro, North Carolina Grimsley High School

Kobe William Roseman Dallas, Texas St. Mark’s School of Texas

Mary Hunter Russell Belmont, North Carolina Saint Mary’s School

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CLASS OF 2022

Chloe Madison Saine Crouse, North Carolina West Lincoln High School

Samuel Butler Sands Lutz, Florida Jesuit High School

Nisarg Hetal Shah Alpharetta, Georgia Johns Creek High School

Sanya Shah Wilmington, North Carolina John T. Hoggard High School

Sonam Jyoti Shah Cary, North Carolina Raleigh Charter High School

Maria Fernanda Lucia Silva Morote Lima, Peru United World College of the Adriatic

Praveena Somasundaram Oak Ridge, North Carolina The Early College at Guilford

William Kade Sutton Clinton, North Carolina Clinton High School

Sita Marie Tayal Charlotte, North Carolina Myers Park High School

Jennifer Andrea Te Vazquez Graham, North Carolina Southern Alamance High School

Alexander Benjamin Thompson Takoma Park, Maryland Georgetown Day School

Brianna Elizabeth Thompson Kingston, Jamaica The Lawrenceville School

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Charlie Tran Gastonia, North Carolina South Point High School

Aneesha Tucker Charlotte, North Carolina School of Math, Engineering, Technology and Science at Olympic High School

Leticia Tuset Raleigh, North Carolina Research Triangle High School

Ashley Hunt Wade Spartanburg, South Carolina Spartanburg High School

Marlee Noelle Walls Moyock, North Carolina Currituck County High School

Christopher Graham Watkins Raleigh, North Carolina Millbrook Senior High School

Hunter Alexis West Kinston, North Carolina South Lenoir High School

Fletcher Thomas Wilson Winston-Salem, North Carolina R. J. Reynolds Senior High School

TAKING A 2018–2019 GAP YEAR

Andrew Jack Buchanan Redondo Beach, California Chadwick School

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MOREHEAD-CAIN FOUNDATION STAFF

OPERATIONS

Chuck Lovelace Executive Director

Megan Mazzocchi Associate Director and Director of Alumni Engagement

David Greer Director of Development

Joscelyne Brazile Development Officer

Steve Michalak Treasurer

Hannah Hannan Executive Assistant

DEVELOPMENT

SCHOLAR SELECTION

Karman Kent Director of Scholar Selection

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Ann Smith Scholar Selection Officer

Kim Jessen Roberson Western Region Development Officer

EVENTS

Julie McCay Events Manager


ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT

COMMUNICATIONS

Emily Olson Alumni Engagement Coordinator

Brendan Foley Director of Communications

Caroline Leland Content Specialist

SCHOLAR ADVISING

Julie DeVoe Director of Scholar Advising

Lorelle Babwah Brennen Scholar Advisor

Lindsay Oliver Program Coordinator for Scholar Advising

Montez Thomas Scholar Advisor

MOREHEAD HOUSE

Anahid Vrana Morehead House Manager

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