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JULY-AUGUST 2013
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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
AFSA NEWS
AFSAMerit Award Winners
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1. David Banks
– son of Jared Banks
(State) and Laura Banks; graduated
from Colonel Zadok Magruder High
School, Rockville, Md.; attending
Brigham Young University, majoring
in pre-medicine. Recognized as
the Donald S. Memorial and Maria
Giuseppa Spigler Scholar.
2. Jacob Bills
– son of Thomas Bills
(State) and Rebecca Bills; graduated
from Jakarta International School,
Jakarta, Indonesia; attending
Brigham Young University, majoring
in international relations.
3. Scott Connuck
– son of Bruce
Connuck (State) and Shirley
Connuck; graduated from George
Mason High School, Falls Church,
Va.; attending the University of
Virginia, majoring in political science
and environmental policy.
4. David Ernyey
– son of Alexander
Ernyey and Helen Lovejoy (State);
graduated from George C. Marshall
High School in Falls Church, Va.;
attending The College of William and
Mary, majoring in anthropology and
history.
5. Brett Fouss
– son of Jamie
Fouss (State) and Esmeeh Fouss;
graduated from the American
International School of Dhaka,
Bangledesh; attending Tufts
University, majoring in international
relations. Recognized as the Joanna
and Robert Martin Scholar and
AFSA’s “Best Essay Award” winner
for “Some Nails, Some Tape.” See
page 56.
6. Phoebe Galt
– daughter of
Jennifer Galt (State) and Frederick
Galt ; graduated from the American
International School of Guangzhou,
China; attending The College of
William and Mary, major undeclared.
7.
Calder Hannan
– son of Robert
Hannan Jr. (State) and Lorrie Clark-
Hannan
;
graduated from George
Mason High School, Falls Church,
Va.; attending the University of
Virginia, majoring in physics and
music. Recognized as the John and
Priscalla Becker Family Scholar.
8.
Garrett Healy
– son of Kevin
Healy and Sarah-Ann Lynch (USAID);
graduated from the Winston
Churchill High School, Potomac, Md.;
attending the University of Chicago,
majoring in neuroscience.
9. Natalie Hernandez
– daughter
of Mauricio Hernandez and Sally
Sternal (State); graduated from
St. Andrew's School, Nassau,
Bahamas; attending the University
of Pennsylvania, majoring in
international relations. Recognized
as the Joanna and Robert Martin
Scholar.
10. Meredith Hilton
– daughter
of Robert Hilton (State) and Olivia
Hilton (State); graduated from
the National Cathedral School for
Girls, Washington, D.C.; attending
Columbia University, majoring in
physics. Recognized as a Carefrst
BlueCross BlueShield Federal
Employee Program Scholar and the
AFSA Art Merit Honorable Mention
award winner for her poem,
“Aisha,”
and short story,
“Gaia.”
11. Dorothy Jones
– daughter
of Amb.Stuart Jones (State) and
Barbara Jones (State-Civil Service);
graduated from Phillips Academy
Andover, Mass.; attending Duke
University, majoring in chemistry.
Recognized as the Turner C.
Cameron Memorial Scholar.
12. Elisabeth Merten
– daughter
of Amb. Kenneth Merten (State)
and Susan Merten; graduated from
Episcopal High School, Alexandria,
Va.; attending the University of
Virginia, majoring in public policy.
Recognized as the John C. Leary
Memorial Scholar and AFSA’s
Community Service Award winner.
13. Lee-Ellen Myles
– daughter
of Stanley Myles (State) and Amb.
Marianne Myles (State); graduated
from Poolesville High School,
Poolesville, Md.; attending the
University of Maryland, College Park,
major undeclared. Recognized as
a Carefrst BlueCross BlueShield
Federal Employee Program Scholar.
14. Pallas Catenella Riedler
daughter of Tim Riedler (USAID)
and Yung Mi Choi; graduated from
Stanford University Online High
School in Stanford, Calif.; attending
Wellesley College, majoring in
music and English. Recognized as
the Turner C. Cameron Memorial
Scholar and the AFSA Art Merit
Winner for her piano performances
of Chopin’s “Revolutionary” Etude
and Beethoven’s “Pathetique”
Sonata.