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Press Release

Tulsa, Oklahoma (March 1, 2011)

Scholarship Money Awarded to Adult Students in Scholastic Transition

Executive Women International (EWI) of Tulsa recently awarded a total of $10,000 in education scholarship money to ten adults in scholastic transition through the annual Executive Women International Adult Students in Scholastic Transition Program (ASIST).  Each winner received a $1,000 scholarship, which will give them the opportunity to further their pursuit of continuing their higher education.  The Tulsa Chapter scholarship recipients for 2009-2010 are:

  • Paula Brewer
  • Vanessa Brown
  • Chelsea Coffigny
  • April Coleman
  • Judith Hernandez
  • Jeri Kurtz
  • Patricia McGuire
  • Rochelle Metcalf
  • Jami Nelson
  • Crystal Sinor

The scholarship recipients were honored at a banquet on June 10, 2010 at Ludger’s Catering & Private Dining.  Keynote speaker, Yvonne Hovel, owner of Dodge Chrysler Jeep of Tulsa, spoke to the winners and membership on “Second chances, make no excuses.”
The recipient of the first place scholarship, Jami Nelson, will now compete at the national level for a chance to win additional scholarship funds.


EWI, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, was founded in 1938 to give businesswomen from diverse industries a forum for promoting their firms, enhancing their personal and professional development and engaging in community activities.  Today, 3,500 companies and 4,000 representatives are members of EWIâ.  With over 75 chapters in major metropolitan cities in America, Canada and Europe, EWIâ is one of the world’s premier women’s organizations dedicated to scholarship, philanthropy, community development, personal growth and professional achievement.  Visit EWI online at www.ewiconnect.org.

 

Press Release

Tulsa, Oklahoma (March 1, 2011)

College Scholarship Money Awarded to area High School Juniors

Executive Women International (EWI) of Tulsa recently awarded a total of $13,000 in college scholarship money to six area high school juniors through the annual Executive Women International Scholarship Program (EWISP). 

2010EWSIP Winners

The Tulsa Chapter scholarship recipients for 2009-2010 are (from left to right):

  • Mackenzie Ward, Broken Arrow High School, $1,000
  • Ellen Rutherford, Owasso High School, $1,000
  • Lindsay Pierce, Booker T. Washington, $5,000
  • Larkin McCann, Cascia Hall Preparatory, $2,000
  • Anita Joshi, Jenks High School, $3,000
  • Morgan Hillin, Union High School, $1,000

The scholarship recipients were honored at a banquet on May 13, 2010 at the Doubletree Hotel Downtown with keynote speaker Dr. Gary Trennepohl of Oklahoma State University.  The 2010 EWISP Awards Program was dedicated in memory of Talesa Samuel Murphy, Doubletree Hotel Downtown representative.
The recipient of the top scholarship, Lindsay Pierce, will now compete at the national level for a chance to win one of the six national EWISP scholarships, with awards ranging from $2,000 to $10,000.

EWI, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, was founded in 1938 to give businesswomen from diverse industries a forum for promoting their firms, enhancing their personal and professional development and engaging in community activities.  Today, 3,500 companies and 4,000 representatives are members of EWIâ.  With over 75 chapters in major metropolitan cities in America, Canada and Europe, EWIâ is one of the world’s premier women’s organizations dedicated to scholarship, philanthropy, community development, personal growth and professional achievement.  Visit EWIâ online at www.ewiconnect.org.                       

 
     
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