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Lt. Governor Roberts Hosts 2014 Leadership Awards

Monday, May 19, 2014

PROVIDENCE— Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Roberts honored Rhode Island's exemplary high school seniors today in the State Room of the Rhode Island State House as part of the Lieutenant Governor's Leadership Awards Program. Initiated in 1993 to recognize high school seniors who have made a positive difference in their schools and communities, the program enables each high school in the state to choose one student that best embodies the qualities of a student leader and exhibits both a dedication to scholarship and a commitment to community service. Edesia Global founder Navyn Salem was the guest speaker and delivered the keynote speech on leadership.

High school seniors from across Rhode Island:

Zahra Ahmed, WM. E. Tolman Sr. High School; Marcos Alejo, Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex; Heidi Anderson, Barrington High School; Aaron Austin, Warwick Veterans High School; Alexandra Belteton, Central Falls High School; Julia Boog, Portsmouth Abbey; Emmanuel Borsay, Hope High School; Mackenzie Boutin, Block Island School; Thomas Burcosky, NEL-CPS Construction and Career Academy; Jordan Campagnone, Johnston Senior High School; Christopher Caramello, Bishop Hendricken High School; Jane Carney, Mt. Hope High School; Erika Carter, Blackstone Academy Charter School; Bonirath Chhay, Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center; Sarah Chianese, Woonsocket High School; Amos Cariati, Moses Brown; Daniela Costa, East Providence Career and Technical Center; Ryan Cote, Smithfield High School; N'deye Dabo, William M. Davies Jr. Career and Technical High School; Greggory D'Ambrosca, West Warwick High School; Errol Danehy, East Providence High School; Brianna DeLuca, Jacqueline M. Walsh School for the Performing and Visual Arts; Mary Duhon, Cranston High School East; Kelcy Fortes, Charles E. Shea High School; Richard Fredericks, Pilgrim High School; Rachel Gammons, East Greenwich High School; Kaitlin Garcia, Portsmouth High School; Eleni Giannopoulos, Exeter-West Greenwich High School; Marta Gravier, Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center; Alijah Griffith, School One; Brianna Higgins, Bishop Keough High School; Nicholas James, Cranston High School West; Amelia Karlin, St. Andrew's; Sarah Kennedy, Mt. St. Charles Academy; Samantha King, La Salle Academy; Szabolcs Kiss, Toll Gate High School; Christopher Lenox, North Kingstown High; Michael Levy, Rocky Hill School; Jonathan Maaz, Trinity Christian Academy; Rachael Manzi, North Smithfield High School; Samantha Alexis Marshall, Tiverton High School; Kylan Martinelli, Ponaganset High School; Mary Matthews, South Kingstown High School; Catherine H. Metcalf, Wheeler School; Karen F. Milian, Central High School; Maria Ogundolani, Mt. Pleasant H.S.; Shawna O'Neil, North Providence High School; Paige Pajarillo, Chariho Regional High; Jonathan Pasyanos, Barrington Christian Academy; Ryan Pinch, The Prout School; Aria Procaccini, Cranston Area Career and Technical Center; Laura Jane Poulton, St. Mary Academy - Bay View; Briana Provost, Narragansett High School; Ryan J. Quattromani, Westerly High School; Mason Gunner Raposa, Coventry High School; Coral Santos, Saint Raphael Academy; Hadley Q. Saute, Scituate High School; Timothy H. Shea, Classical High School; Samantha Segee, Beacon Charter High School; Nikayla Silva, Lincoln High School; Kennedy Tate, Lincoln School; Rafael Torres, Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School


2014 Lieutenant Governor's Leadership Awards


Monday, May 19, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.


State Room, Rhode Island State House


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