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Meet the 2012 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars

Sue Min Sophia Kwon

While Sophia maintained a perfect GPA and excelled in many roles such as Class President, Assistant Concert Master for the Georgia Youth Symphony Orchestra, Choi Kwang Do Martial Arts, and multiple church activities, the common thread was the spirit …
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Dalton Meier

“Leadership is an action, not a position.” Dalton’s life is an example of these words. He was the Captain of his Football, Baseball, and Wrestling teams. He was the President of numerous youth boards and councils statewide because he believes that “s…
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Ronak Patel

While Ronak could justifiably feel a sense of accomplishment with his placement in local, state, and national academics competitions, he feels that one of life’s greatest rewards is in the service one does for others. “The best way to find yourself i…
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Megan Pham

Megan discovered she had the power to help others when, unbeknownst to her, she saved another student’s life simply because she acknowledged that student over a several day period. While she noticed her tendency to seek out and befriend students that…
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Lauren Pugh

Lauren has learned about leadership both through her volunteer work and her 35 hours per week spent as a Manager at Panera Bread. “Supervising others, handling customers and training others has taught me to communicate my ideas efficiently and effect…
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Hanan Yahya

Although Hanan was actively involved as President of her school’s Student Government and National Honor Society and Captain or Co-Captain of the Varsity Volleyball, Basketball, and Cross Country Teams, her passion lies in improving the world around h…
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