Scottsdale student one of 10 to receive four-year scholarship

From left is August Elton, Edward Meza, Kevin Bergauer, Ari Stoneman, Sabrina Leigh-Godfrey, Sierra Grubb, Abigail Reed and BrieAnna Frank.  Not pictured: Olivia King, Timothy Otis

From left is August Elton, Edward Meza, Kevin Bergauer, Ari Stoneman, Sabrina Leigh-Godfrey, Sierra Grubb, Abigail Reed and BrieAnna Frank. Not pictured: Olivia King, Timothy Otis

T.W. Lewis Foundation continues its mission to help people reach their potential by offering 10 high performing graduates with a $5,000 scholarship for four years, $20,000 total, to Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University.

The Foundation has awarded 130 scholarships to Maricopa County students since its inception in 2002.

The Foundation recognizes that while there are a variety of academic scholarships available to students, T.W. Lewis dedicates financial support to students focused on excellence and who will have a career of significance once they enter the workforce.

The T.W. Lewis Scholarship at Barrett Honors College was created to provide high potential student leaders with self-awareness tools, career counseling, learning opportunities and financial aid so they can finish college and have a positive impact on the world.

“The T.W. Lewis Scholarship program is our way of humbly paying it forward to students who are on the fast track to success,” stated Tom Lewis, CEO of T.W. Lewis, in a press release. “The quality students Barrett attracts are our future business and community leaders. The Honors College provides them with a strong foundation and the valuable tools to thrive. We are honored to support the programs and students at this remarkable institution.”

Following are the 10 scholarship recipients for 2015:

  • Kevin Bergauer, Chandler
  • August Elton, Scottsdale
  • BrieAnna Frank, Phoenix
  • Sierra Grubb, Cave Creek
  • Olivia King, Mesa
  • Sabrina Leigh-Godfrey, Mesa
  • Edward Meza, Gilbert
  • Timothy Otis, Mesa
  • Abigail Reed, Chandler
  • Ari Stoneman, Phoenix

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