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Elizabeth Dunham
– daughter
of John Dunham (State) and
Marya Dunham; graduated from
the American Embassy School,
New Delhi, India; attending the
New College of Florida, with
no declared major.
Moria Sims
– daughter of
Marco Sims (State) and Karen
Morrissey (State); graduated
from Istanbul International
Community School, Turkey;
attending Pratt Institute,
majoring in photography.
Torrence Delawie
– daughter of Gregory Delawie (State) and
Vonda Delawie (State); graduated from the Berlin Brandenburg
International School, Brandenburg, Germany; attending the
California Institute of Technology, majoring in computer science.
Adriana Larsen
– daughter of Jon Larsen (State) and Jennifer
Barber; graduated fromWest Creek High School, Clarksville, Tenn.;
attending Auburn University, majoring in physical therapy.
Molly Nesemann
– daughter of Michael Nesemann (State) and
Susan Nesemann; graduated from George Mason High School, Falls
Church, Va.; attending the University of Virginia, with no declared
major.
Jack Smith
– son of Dean Smith (State) and Alison Toledo;
graduated from Lake Oswego High School, Lake Oswego, Ore.;
attending the University of Virginia, majoring in engineering.
Reia Tong
– daughter of Kurt Tong (State) and Mika Tong;
graduated fromWalt Whitman High School, Bethesda, Md.;
attending Brown University, majoring in architecture.
Michael Winnick
– son of Seth Winnick (State) and Cindy
Winnick; graduated from the John F. Kennedy School, Berlin,
Germany; attending the University of Pennsylvania, with no
declared major.
Academic Merit Award Honorable Mention Winners
Art Merit AwardWinner
Victoria Laney
– daughter of Bridget Tambe (State); graduated
from the International School of Tanganyika, Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania; attending Johns Hopkins University, majoring in biology.
Rose Hinman
– daughter of
Richard Hinman (State) and
Josephine Hinman (State);
graduated from the American
Community School of
Amman, Jordan; attending
Columbia University, major-
ing in Russian; designated
the Turner C. Cameron
Memorial Scholar.
Quincey Szymeczek
daughter of Jerzy Szymeczek
and Sherrie Szymeczek
(State); graduated from
TASIS, The American School
in England, Thorpe, England;
attending American
University, majoring in inter-
national studies.
Betina Van Meter
– daugh-
ter of Joseph Van Meter
(USAID ) and Martine Van
Meter; graduated from South
Lakes High School, Reston,
Va.; attending the University
of Twente, The Netherlands,
majoring in industrial design.
Kathryn Hornbeck
daughter of Robert Hornbeck
(State) and Joan Andrews
(State); graduated from
James Madison High School,
Vienna, Va.; attending the
University of Miami, majoring
in marine science.
Jeremy Hyde
– son of
Andrew Hyde (State) and
Diana Rowen (State); gradu-
ated from the American
International School of
Vienna, Austria; attending
Carnegie Mellon University,
majoring in physics.
PMA Funds $3,000 AFSA Scholarship
A
mb. LangeSchermerhorn(left),AFSAScholarshipCommittee
chairwoman, thanks attendees for their generousdonations to
AFSA’s scholarship fund at the Public Members Association
of theForeignService luncheononMay3, asPMAPresidentCarmen
Delgado listens.
Scholarship Winners Honored
On May 4, eight local
winners of the Merit
Awards were hon-
ored at AFSA. Top
row, left to right:
Bradley Raynor,
Marshall Richards,
Basil Smitham and
Betina Van Meter. Front row, left to right: Chairwoman
of AFSA Scholarship Committee Ambassador Lange
Schermerhorn, Lucinda Chu-Ketterer, Charlotte Ellison,
Kathryn Hornbeck, Molly Nesemann and AFSA President
Susan Johnson.
Art Merit Award Honorable MentionWinners
Community Service Award Winner
Christina McGuire
– daughter of John McGuire (State) and
Suzanne McGuire (State); graduated from the International School
of Manila, Philippines; attending Connecticut College, majoring in
human development.
Best Essay Award Winner
Nora Kirkham
– daughter of Keith Kirkham (FCS) and Beth
Kirkham; graduated from the American International School of
Bucharest, Romania; attending Gordon College, majoring in interna-
tional affairs.
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