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Dianne Solis, Senior Writer at the Dallas Morning News and previous Foreign Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal in Mexico City. Seen here as the key speaker to our 2013 Scholarship Reception.
2013 Scholarship Recipients:
- Fernando Lira: Currently attends Southern Methodist University, awarded $1,000 scholarship and will continue attending SMU to pursue his educational goal of receiving a Bachelor’s degree, attend Law School and receive Master’s degree in Education Administration. Declared Major: History and Computer Science, with a minor in Economics.
- Mario Montalvo: Currently attends Tarrant County College, awarded $500 scholarship and plans to attend Texas Christian University to pursue his educational goals of working at a major Magazine Company like Out or The Advocate. Declared Major: Journalism.
- Damion Soto: Recent graduate at Seagoville High School, awarded $500 scholarship and plans to attend University of Texas at Arlington to pursue his educational goals of receiving his associates in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology. Declared Major: Kinesiology.
(Left to Right: Mario Montalvo, Juan Contreras, Jesus Chairez, Fernando Lira, Damion Soto, Jesse Tafalla, Jr.)