DIWC RECIPIENTS

 

After reading over 84 applications, Diverse International Women of Color is pleased to announce its first four winners for The Diverse International Women of Color 2019 Summer Study Abroad Scholarship. Each recipient will receive $500 to help with their summer study abroad program cost. The four recipients are Rosa Isela Ponce Vargas (top left), rising senior at University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), Christina Presmy (side left), rising sophomore at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Yaritza Marin (top right), senior at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Darriya Starr (bottom right), rising senior at Harvard University. Personally, Alhia knows firsthand how difficult it can be to maintain financial status abroad and that is why she created the scholarship. Her mission with this scholarship is to encourage, inspire and promote more Women of Color to broaden their horizons beyond the United States and expose them to different cultures. She wanted to pay it forward and remind female college students of color that there is a way, an avenue, to take that leap of faith to go abroad. Studying abroad will define your personal goals, outcomes and potentially expand your knowledge of self.

 

 
 
Diverse International Women of Color Inc. is pleased to announce its recipients for The Diverse International Women of Color 2021 Summer Study Abroad Scholarship. Recipients will either receive $250 or $500 from us to help with their summer study abroad program cost. The eight recipients are as follows: Emma Sprayberry (top left), rising sophomore at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She will receive $500. Kayla Marshall (top middle), rising junior at the University of Nevada. She will receive $500. Eileen Calub (top right), rising senior at the University of Florida. She will receive $500. Brinda Bobbala (middle left), rising junior at Southern Methodist University. She will receive $250. Lauren Werner (middle right), senior at Humboldt State University. She will receive $250. Lilibeth Ramirez (bottom left), senior at the University of Texas at Austin. She will receive $500. Consuelo Arroyo (bottom middle), senior at Arizona State University. She will receive $500. Marlene L. Campos Guerrero (bottom right), rising second year PhD student at Washington University. She will receive $500. Thank you so much to DIWC’s Board of Directors, DIWC’s Application Review Committee, family and friends, colleges and everyone who helped share this year’s scholarship opportunity. 



Diverse International Women of Color, Inc. is pleased to announce its winners for The Diverse International Women of Color Summer 2022 Study Abroad Scholarship. Recipients will receive either $250 or $500 from us to help with their summer study abroad program cost. The nine recipients are as follows: Lydia Arce (top left), graduate student at San Jose State University. She will receive $500. Josalyn Chow (top middle), rising junior at the University of California, Riverside. She will receive $500. Bailey Speight (top right), graduate student at the University of Florida. She will receive $500. Tamia Adams (middle left), graduate student at Mercer University. She will receive $500. Monica Meza (center), graduate student at North Carolina State University. She will receive $500. Thea Gay (middle right), senior at the University of Florida. She will receive $500. Nashely Alvarez (bottom left), rising senior at Vanderbilt University. She will receive $500. Atia Bailey (bottom middle), rising senior at Mercer University. She will receive $250. This $250 scholarship has been generously provided by ODMÉ Candle Co. Nicolette Alexandra (bottom right), rising junior at Rutgers University. She will receive $250. This $250 scholarship has been generously provided by Mr. ChoppedCheese. Thank you so much to DIWC’s Board of Directors, DIWC’s Application Review Committee, family and friends and everyone who helped share this year’s scholarship opportunity. A special thank you  to our sponsors this application cycle, Mr. William Gertz at American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS), Inc. and The Cyril Taylor Charitable Foundation, ODMÉ Candle Co., Mr. Chopped Cheese, Mr. Isaiah Cobb and all of the donors from our 2022 Women’s History Month fundraiser.