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Jacqueline A. Christopher Waldman awarded the Athanasiades Scholarship at Georgetown University

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Jacqueline A. Christopher Waldman, a Georgetown University sophomore majoring in Chemistry, was recently awarded the Athanasiades Scholarship for academic achievement. The Athanasiades scholarships are unique, based solely on the academic record of each student.

Jacqueline is the Communications Chair for the Georgetown University Moot Court Team, member of Georgetown University Scientific Journal Club, and the Creative Director of Georgetown University Oncology Patient Support. Jacqueline graduated with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and New York State Mastery Regents Diploma from the Baccalaureate School for Global Education in Queens, New York.

Jacqueline’s IB Community Action Service (CAS) project supported DREAMers in New York City through the creation of original coloring books and delivery of over 100 art supplies. Jacqueline served as an intern for New York State Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, Campaign intern at NYS Senator James Skoufis’ Re-election campaign, and as an Organizing Fellow for Mark Levine’s Campaign for Manhattan Borough President. Her volunteer experience includes working at Southampton Hospital’s Ellen Hermanson Breast Cancer Center and its Southampton Thrift store where she provided customer service and support. In addition, Jacqueline volunteered with the reference department at the John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor, New York, where she reviewed, researched, and cataloged historical documents and writings.

Jacqueline was previously recognized for her academic work and achievement by the Hellenic News of America and was awarded the Eleftheria Scholarship November 12, 2017, on its 30th Anniversary. As Ms. Aphrodite Kotrotsios, Co-Publisher, stated at that presentation, “Through your hard work and determination you have proven to be a student that your community’s foundation and newspaper want to recognize and encourage you to continue your educational effort.

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