Congratulations To Our 2018 Scholarship Recipients!

Megan Rodriguez

Megan spent 5 years serving in the United States Air Force and has a robust number of experiences dealing with veterans around California. She has been a member of the California State Senate assisting veterans with benefits and resources. Currently, Megan is working hard towards a graduate degree in Global Affairs and Management at Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Megan is a fierce advocate of employment law that stands up for parents of a newborn child and making sure that both the mother and father are treated equally for being given the same amount of time off of work.

Jessica Bristow

Jessica is currently seeking a bachelor’s degree at Arizona State University. She is a part of ASU’s School of Sustainability with an emphasis in governance and policy. In addition, to working full-time she has been able to maintain a 4.0 GPA. Jessica spends her free time volunteering for programs like All Hands and Hearts Puerto Rico Smart Response, helping other volunteers repairing houses from hurricane damage and other natural disasters.

She also volunteers for NextGen, hosting student organization events around ASU and getting students involved in campus life. Jessica believes that workplace discrimination should be taken seriously, expressing how employees find the most value with their careers when equality is present in the workplace.

Venae Goheen-Holland

Venae currently serves as a board member for the Policy Council for Clark County Early Headstart. Her goal is to one day work in the field of biological sciences while still making time for her family. As part of the workforce, she feels that managers and supervisors should be showing full transparency to their employees to prevent any type of discrimination in the workplace.

Venae is a huge supporter of employment laws that allow enough time for employees to spend with their family.


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