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Bonner Student Profiles

Read about our network of Bonner Students and Alums and what they are doing in the world.

  Aakash Shah ’10 Ursinus College   Honored in 2016 by the White House as a “Champion of Change” for the work of my nonprofit,  Be Jersey Strong , which helps New Jersey residents understand and access their health-care options.

Aakash Shah ’10 Ursinus College

Honored in 2016 by the White House as a “Champion of Change” for the work of my nonprofit, Be Jersey Strong, which helps New Jersey residents understand and access their health-care options.

  Kristi Matthews ’06 Guilford College   Kristi is committed to making communities more inclusive. It’s what she did at Guilford, and it’s what she’s doing in Washington.

Kristi Matthews ’06 Guilford College

Kristi is committed to making communities more inclusive. It’s what she did at Guilford, and it’s what she’s doing in Washington.

   Ancito Etienne ’17 Lynchburg College    Economics major gathering data, crunching numbers, and making the case for public investment in hunger relief and conflict resolution around the world.

Ancito Etienne ’17 Lynchburg College

Economics major gathering data, crunching numbers, and making the case for public investment in hunger relief and conflict resolution around the world.

  Brenden Carol '17 University of Richmond   Bonner Scholar espouses political engagement as key to a healthy democratic society.

Brenden Carol '17 University of Richmond

Bonner Scholar espouses political engagement as key to a healthy democratic society.

   Xzavier Killings '16 Davidson College     Bonner Scholar doesn't settle for anything less than his best effort, and he constantly strives to contribute more to the Davidson community.

Xzavier Killings '16 Davidson College

Bonner Scholar doesn't settle for anything less than his best effort, and he constantly strives to contribute more to the Davidson community.

  Florencia Abelenda '10 Stetson University     While a junior at Stetson, Abelenda stood up to an entire city council because her months of research and interviews with agricultural workers in Pierson, Fla., showed a desperate need for their children to have a safe and positive after-school activity.

Florencia Abelenda '10 Stetson University

 While a junior at Stetson, Abelenda stood up to an entire city council because her months of research and interviews with agricultural workers in Pierson, Fla., showed a desperate need for their children to have a safe and positive after-school activity.

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