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WIPL awards 23 scholarships for 2014-2015

Twenty-three Coastal Carolina University students have been awarded scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year through Women in Philanthropy and Leadership for Coastal Carolina University (WIPL). Students from eight states have received scholarships totaling $28,500 this year. Since 2007, WIPL has provided 124 scholarships for deserving Coastal Carolina University students.

WIPL reached a milestone in 2013 when its endowed scholarship fund passed the $100,000 mark, generating enough for a $5,000 scholarship to be awarded each year. The first Women in Philanthropy and Leadership Legacy Endowed Scholarship has been awarded to Hailey Olson of Williamston, S.C., for the 2014-2015 academic year.

Recipients of the annual scholarships including donor/honoree-sponsored scholarships, the Mr. Scott Pyle and Dr. Pamela Pyle “Make a Difference” Scholarship, and the WIPL Legacy Endowed Scholarship are:

Darcy Barr of Myrtle Beach, S.C., a senior majoring in biology and health promotion
Mr. Scott Pyle and Dr. Pamela Pyle “Make a Difference” Scholarship

Ashley Barteck of Olney, Md., a senior majoring in finance
The Sun News Educational Foundation

Na’dae Beaty of Cliffwood, N.J., a senior majoring in psychology

Michael’a Boatwright of Mullins, S.C., a sophomore majoring in middle grades education
Sanders Tech-Ed Foundation in memory of Grace Jolly Ewing and Mary Jane Sanders

Christina Bonuccelli of Conway, S.C., a senior majoring in marketing
The Sun News Educational Foundation

Aviel Chism-Parks
of Columbia, S.C., a sophomore majoring in communication
Zonta Foundation of Myrtle Beach in honor of Ruth F. Walker

Erika Elliott
of Nichols, S.C., a senior majoring in psychology

Kasey Griese of Parker, Colo., a sophomore majoring in marketing
The Sun News Educational Foundation

Mackenzie Hadley-Theobald* of Myrtle Beach, S.C., a senior majoring in psychology  

Danielle Hennessey of Walkersville, Md., a junior majoring in recreation and sport management
Kathrine Switzer and the Grand Strand Runners Club

Shelby Hubbard of Burlington, Vt., a junior majoring in accounting

Elizabeth Joyner of Georgetown, S.C., a freshman majoring in biochemistry

Alyson Lavin of Pottstown, Pa., a senior majoring in marine science

Ashley Mattocks of Myrtle Beach, S.C., a senior majoring in elementary education
Sanders Tech-Ed Foundation in memory of Grace Jolly Ewing and Mary Jane Sanders

Ariel Minardi of Kirtland, Ohio, a senior majoring in music

Rayne Newswanger* of Hegins, Pa., a junior majoring in marine science

Brian Nguyen* of Myrtle Beach, S.C., a senior majoring in marine science

Hailey Olsen of Williamston, S.C., a senior majoring in health administration
WIPL Legacy Endowed Scholarship

Margaret Perry of Conway, S.C., a junior majoring in early childhood education
Sanders Tech-Ed Foundation in memory of Grace Jolly Ewing and Mary Jane Sanders

Neormia Pressley of Nesmith, S.C., a junior majoring in health promotion
Aramark Campus Services

Tara Schang* of Brookfield, Conn., a junior majoring in elementary education
The Sun News Educational Foundation

Angelica Smith of McClellanville, S.C., a freshman majoring in exercise and sport science
Aramark Campus Services

Audra Williams of Summerville, S.C., a junior majoring in English
The Sun News Educational Foundation

*indicates multiple-year WIPL scholarship recipient