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Meet the 2013 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars

Stephen Joey Baldwin

As an Eagle Scout, Joey’s Eagle Project involved collecting 2,000 children’s books and $1,000 to start two libraries in Malawi, Africa. His global mindset is undeniable, as he also participated in a mission trip to the Dominican Republic. During the …
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Desiree Rose Bartels

Pay close attention to her name, folks, because it is sure to be seen in film credits or in a Broadway program. This award-winning actress has excelled on stage and behind the scenes – not to mention on the volleyball court and on the speech team. A …
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Lindsey Jo Beck

As class president, president of the Student Council, and co-captain of the volleyball team, this scholar-athlete was a leader of her peers in the classroom and on the court. While she knew at an early age that she wanted to become a teacher to make …
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Eric Beeler

In short, Eric is already rubbing shoulders with politicians at the highest levels. As a member of the Governor’s Commission on Teen Driving, Eric was sworn in by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal himself and testified before the Georgia General Assembly.…
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Marie Bell

This nursing major has gotten a jump start on her career as a volunteer for Southern Regional Medical Center in the Women’s Center. There, her passion for serving children and giving each child an opportunity and fresh start deepened. Marie has been …
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Joel Bervell

Joel was only a freshman when he co-founded and became the president of Hugs for Ghana, a student-led nonprofit organization dedicated to giving gifts of hope to children in Ghanaian schools and hospitals. In that time, he hand-delivered more than 6,…
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Barrett A. Cole

Barrett founded her own service organization, Chargers for Change, which aimed to build awareness of service opportunities across many causes and charitable groups. Under Barrett’s leadership, the group secured a $50,000 grant to continue its work. S…
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Jesse Davison

Jesse’s empathy and awareness led him to respond in a big way to victims of the deadly 2011 tornado in Joplin, Missouri. At Christmastime, he organized “Jingles for Joplin,” and delivered an entire trailer of items collected to the Salvation Army in …
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Juan Pablo de los Rios Enriquez

Motivated by an unthinkable tragedy, Juan Pablo founded an organization to unify the youth of Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas to end the deadly violence south of the border. Through Objective Juarez, Juan Pablo motivated young people to take a stan…
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