State Rep. Holli Sullivan (R-Evansville) today presented two University of Southern Indiana students with POWER scholarship awards.
Sullivan, president of POWER, said Laura Rodriguez-Quijada, majoring in radiology, and Amy Supper, majoring in nursing, each received the award for their desire to obtain a quality education and dedication to giving back to their communities.
POWER is a bipartisan group of primarily female legislators who are interested in improving the quality of life for women and all citizens of Indiana.
“We award POWER scholarships to hardworking Hoosier women whose education was delayed or interrupted, helping to ease the financial burden as they continue their education and advance their careers,” Sullivan said. “Laura and Amy both possess the vision and drive for success and are extremely deserving recipients of this award. Our community and state will benefit from having more strong, dedicated women pursuing higher education and reaching their career goals.”
Sullivan said over the last two years, POWER has awarded nearly $38,000 in scholarships to Hoosier women statewide.
State Rep. Holli Sullivan (R-Evansville) presents POWER scholarship awards to Laura Rodriguez-Quijada and Amy Supper on April 16, 2018, at the University of Southern Indiana. POWER is a bipartisan group of primarily female legislators who work to improve the quality of life for women and all citizens of Indiana.
Pictured: Sullivan (right) presents the POWER scholarship to Rodriguez-Quijada (left).