PSG was once again proud to sponsor the annual Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) Diversity & Inclusion Gala. At the Gala, which was held last week, PSG awarded scholarships for Boston students.
The PSG Scholarship was awarded to Bill Zhou, a senior at Boston Latin School, who led students in calling on the Massachusetts Code of Conduct for student discipline that is more fair and more respectful of students’ diverse backgrounds.
PSG was also part of the selection committee that chose Juliana Pena as the Blue Beacon Scholarship Winner, which is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Juliana was honored for her community service work to integrate students with special needs, low incomes, and minority backgrounds.
In this short video, Bill Zhou inspires us with his work to identify opportunities and work for change:
Hear Juliana Pena explain the motivation behind her long hours spent creating a more inclusive community:
Each year, PSG is proud to sponsor scholarships for deserving Boston students at the annual Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) Diversity & Inclusion Gala. This year, PSG awarded its 2014 scholarship to Achly Esparra, a Greater Egleston High School student who plans on majoring in special education next year and continuing to develop inclusion programs for people with special needs.
PSG was also part of the selection committee that chose Jerson Familia as the winner of the Norma Kornegay Clarke Scholarship, which honors students who demonstrate a passion for diversity, as well as community involvement. Jerson plans to study biochemistry next year and become an advocate for community health. Achly and Jerson both work at Sociedad Latina where they work with Boston city officials on diversity and inclusion initiatives.
See Achly Esparra, 2014 PSG Scholarship winner, talk about her life experiences and goals:
Be inspired by listening to the accomplishments of Jerson Familia, Norma K. Clarke award winner for 2014: