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The Chamber’s Commitment to Working Women

Posted Friday, September 8th, 2017

Programs & Events, Diversity & Inclusion

For over seventeen years, the Chamber has championed professional women through its Paradigm Scholarship for Working Women.

The Paradigm Scholarship for Working Women, presented in conjunction with the Paradigm Award, is a merit-based scholarship that is awarded annually to women who are working toward an undergraduate degree. Over $402,000 has been awarded to working women since the scholarship’s inception in 2000.

“The Paradigm Scholarship has provided me with the keys to turn my dreams of earning a college degree into success.” — Jowanna Williams-Parks, AmeriHealth Caritas, 2017 Paradigm Scholarship Recipient

The Paradigm Scholarship and Award are one of the many initiatives the Chamber is pioneering to drive an inclusive environment in the professional world.

The Chamber is now accepting applications for the Paradigm Scholarship for Working Women. Learn today if you’re eligible »»

Application deadline: Friday, November 17, 2017

Recipients of the 2018 Paradigm Scholarship for Working Women will be presented their award at the Annual Paradigm Award Luncheon on Wednesday,
March 14, 2018,
where the Chamber will also honor the Paradigm Award winner.

Learn more about the Scholarship »»
Learn more about the Paradigm Award »»

List of Past Recipients

Melinda Adorno, Philadelphia Gas Works, Peirce College
Kathleen Austin, Delaware County Community College, Chestnut Hill College
Chloe Bendistis, The Sheward Partnership, LLC, Drexel University
Stephanie Brown, Glenmede Trust Co., Rutgers University
Katrina Bryson, Analytic Graphics, Inc., Immaculata University
Suzanne Calabria, AmeriHealth Caritas, Neumann University
Angela Cirino, Torcon, Inc., Drexel University
Deborah Clarke, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia University
Pamela Cooper, Good Shepherd Penn Partners, Philadelphia University
Dana Corley, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Camden County College
Tonya Diggs, PathWays PA, Drexel University
LaCountess Ingram, Independence Blue Cross, Community College of Philadelphia
Carol Kemm, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Pierce College
Katura Marshall, Sugar House Casino, DeVry University
Janessa Morales, Duane Morris, Camden County College
Deborah Nicoletti, AmeriHealth Administrators, Rosemont College
Bukola Okunleye, SPIN, Inc., CCP/Penn State Abington-Nursing
Lynette Peterson, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Chamberlain College of Nursing
Rita Marie Pinto, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Jefferson University of Health Professions
Yolanda Robinson, University of Pennsylvania, George Washington University
Catherine Rogers, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Jefferson School of Health Professions
Angela Rojas, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Eastern University
Jessica Ruiz, Lebron Temple University Health System, Gwynedd Mercy University
Michelle Serious, The Center for Autism, Chestnut Hill College
Ashley Slowe, ITT Technical Institute, Chestnut Hill College
Nikiya Small, Salus University/PA Ear Institute, Gwynedd Mercy University
Meghan Spurlock, Liberty Property Trust, Immaculata University
Autumn Staats, AmeriHealth Caritas, Rowan University
Maya Stewart, AmeriHealth Caritas, Family of Companies Saint Joseph’s University
Joi Tolliver, Blank Rome, Gwynedd Mercy University
Kassy Walklett, Monroe Energy, Wilmington University
Jessica Warwick, Analytical Graphics, Inc., Pennsylvania State University,
Jowanna Williams-Parks, AmeriHealth Caritas, Peirce College
Jessica Zmuida, Torcon, Inc., Drexel University

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