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Meet the 2014 GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars

Alexis Elese Mahan

“Every day presents an opportunity to start a positive chain reaction; I choose to take advantage of that opportunity.” At the age of 14, Alexis founded and is the President of Chain Reaction, a philanthropic/service group that puts “kindness into ac…
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Grace Lee Pak

“Every time I support a family through tutoring, sharing words, or providing household items, I feel a purpose for my life,” says Grace about One Parent Home Foundation (OPHF), an organization she founded four years ago to help and empower young adul…
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Derrick Parker

Growing up in an urban community, Derrick witnessed how difficult it could be to focus on education due to the challenging atmosphere present in many of these communities. He knew that education is important and he became convinced that to succeed in…
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Rachel Pavelka

Having started her first business at age six and volunteering at age seven, Rachel embodies two phrases of a Stephen A. Brennan quote, “fervently believing and vigorously acting.” She worked for three hours each day prior to going to school, was the …
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Ariel June Ragin

Ariel’s viewpoint is, “I do not see myself as the main work of art, but more so a part of a remarkable masterpiece in a gallery of citizenship.” She believes in quality over quantity and strives to help other youth find their own inner greatness. At …
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Jacob Ian Rey

At school, Jacob has served as President of the following: Skills USA, Business Professionals of America, National Honor Society, Student Council, and Teens for the Cure. The last of these was founded by Jacob after a family member was diagnosed with…
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Alivia Paden Roberts

“As a young leader who is ‘learning by doing’ I feel accountable for my service and the impact that I bring to my school, my community, and my family.” Alivia embodies her words by working to influence her peers to view volunteering as a worthwhile p…
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Noah D. Robertson

Living a life dedicated to service is normal for Noah- he simply sees a need and works to fill it. Among the needs he has filled is to implement a successful anti-bullying program at school which is now presented statewide; he started the Sydney Lane…
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Cole Scanlon

While maintaining his sky high GPA, Cole boosted school participation in sports during his tenure as Junior and then Senior Class President by starting a “Support Our Sports” (SOS) club. As a four year Varsity Soccer player, JV Football captain, and …
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