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2009 SCHOLARSHIPS Awarding education grants and scholarships to low-income individuals residing in federally assisted rental housing owned, managed, or administered by NLHA members. SCHOLARSHIP CATEGORIES THE MARY LOU MANZIE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

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2009 scholarships
2009 SCHOLARSHIPS

Awarding education grants and scholarships to low-income individuals residing in federally assisted rental housing owned, managed, or administered by NLHA members.

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SCHOLARSHIP CATEGORIES

THE MARY LOU MANZIE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to non-traditional students in an encouraging and non-discriminatory way by providing eligible applicants who demonstrate both merit and need a chance to pursue higher education or other training that will lead to better employment opportunities.

THE NEIL CHURCHILL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to graduating high school seniors or current undergraduates who demonstrate both merit and need.

THE WILLIAM F. GANDERT MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Awarded to eligible graduating high school seniors or returning students who demonstrates both merit and need to pursue educational opportunities in a specific trade.

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2009 MARY LOU MANZIE SCHOLARS

“Given the opportunity I can contribute greatly to our world and society...” – Meagan Hone

Meagan Hone – studying biology at the University of Alabama in Huntsville

Precious Allen – studying nursing at Lourdes College; Precious will be the first college graduate in her family

Mehrnoush Aliaghaei – human rights activist; earning a master’s degree in fine arts from Columbia University

Mimi Hang – physics student at Mount Holyoke College; Mimi plans to study engineering and possibly teach in an urban school

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2009 MARY LOU MANZIE SCHOLARS

“I am dedicated, and motivated to achieve my goals and become self-sufficient” – Julie Hudak

Julie Hudak – nursing student at the Community College of Beaver County; as a single mother of one, Julie’s foremost goal is to provide a stable future for herself and her daughter

Elizabeth Harris – earning a degree in biological science at the University of Illinois at Chicago; Elizabeth hopes to eventually contribute to urban communities by helping to curb the AIDS/HIV epidemic

Tawana Evans – studying nursing and pre-med at the University of Saint Mary

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2009 NEIL CHURCHILL SCHOLARS

“Education will shape the entirety of my life” – Samuel Banya

Samuel Banya – studying pre-med at East Stroudsburg University; Samuel plans to eventually contribute to society and gain financial freedom by becoming a doctor

Dmitry Brown – student of finance and economics at Lehigh University; Dmitry immigrated from Russia as a child and is deeply appreciative of the freedom afforded himself and his mother in the United States, including the freedom to pursue an education

Tina Liu – pre-pharmacy student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa; already working part-time in a local pharmacy

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2009 NEIL CHURCHILL SCHOLARS

“It’s an amazing feeling, learning something new” – Margarita Pelkhe

Fatemeh Fattahi – studying nursing and social work at George Mason University; she will have the opportunity of an education in the United States, which her mother did not have in Iran

Margarita Pelkhe – accounting student at the University of Alaska Anchorage; wants to eventually own her own accounting business

Thanh Lu – studying microbiology and languages at Saint Mary’s College of California

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2009 WILLIAM F. GANDERT SCHOLARS

“This is a very important step forward in my life...” – Pamela Sue Williams

Pamela Sue Williams – attending Colorado Technical University Online where she is working towards a bachelor’s degree in business

Chris Handrick – studying animation and filmmaking at the Art Institute International of Minnesota; Chris also writes and illustrates his own comic series

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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE 2009 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

NEIL CHURCHILL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

Samuel Banya – East Stroudsburg University

Dmitry Brown – Lehigh University

Iman Elrayah - Undecided

Fatemeh Fattahi – George Mason University

Tina Liu – University of Hawaii at Manoa

Rebecca Lopez – Undecided

Thanh Lu – Sant Mary’s College of California

Margarita Pelkhe – University of Alaska Anchorage

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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE 2009 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

MARY LOU MANZIE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

Mehrnoush Aliaghaei – Columbia University

Precious Allen – Lourdes College

Tawana Evans – University of Saint Mary

Mimi Hang – Mount Holyoke College

Elizabeth Harris – University of Illinois at Chicago

Meagan Hone – University of Alabama in Huntsville

Julie Hudak – Community College of Beaver County

Cheryl Jackson – Cleveland State Community College

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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE 2009 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

WILLIAM F. GANDERT SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS:

Chris Handrick – Art Institute International of Minnesota

Pamela Sue Williams – Colorado Technical University Online

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THANK YOU TO THE 2009 SCHOLARSHIP BENEFACTORS

as of November, 2008

GOLD:

($5,000 or greater)

William Gilkbarg

William and Charlene Gilkbarg Foundation

Santa Barbara, California

Jim Lampman

CB Richard Ellis

Seattle, Washington

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THANK YOU TO THE 2009 SCHOLARSHIP BENEFACTORS

as of November, 2008

SILVER:

($1,000 or greater)

Sheila Malynowski

Preservation Management, Inc.

South Portland, Maine

Rosemarie Harris

AIMCO

Greenville, South Carolina

Brian Poulin

(Evergreen Solutions)

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Jeanette Claus

PMCS-ICAP

Syracuse, New York

National Foundation for Affordable Housing Solutions

Rockville, Maryland

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THANK YOU TO THE 2009 SCHOLARSHIP BENEFACTORS

as of November, 2008

BRONZE:

Gerald J. Benoit

Gambrills, Maryland

Jan Christena

William M. Crawford Co., Inc.

San Pedro, California

Will Cooper

WNC & Associates

Irvine, California

Jeff Ewing

APT Management, Inc.

Woburn, Massachusetts

Alison Hickman

(Reznick Group)

Laurel, Maryland

Sheila Malynowski

(Preservation Management, Inc.)

South Portland, Maine

Tim Overland

Security Properties

Seattle, Washington

Terri Preston-Koenig

(Virchow, Krause & Company, LLP)

Waunakee, Wisconsin

David Reznick

Reznick Group

Bethesda, Maryland

Housing Authority of the County of Beaver

Beaver, Pennsylvania

Kennedy Brothers Real Estate Management Services, LLC

Toledo, Ohio

Amy Jones

(Amy Jones & Associates)

Arlington, Virginia

David Sahaydak

(Lutheran Manor of the Leigh Valley, Inc.)

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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THANK YOU TO THE 2009 SCHOLARSHIP BENEFACTORS

as of November, 2008

BRONZE:

Nancy Hooff

Somerset Development Co., LLC

Washington, DC

Karen Lally

(Daverport Associates, Ltd.)

Harrisville, Rhode Island

NH Housing Finance Authority

Manchester, New Hampshire

Belmont Shelter Corporation

Buffalo, New York

Barry Zuckerman

(The Millennium Housing Foundation, Inc.)

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Denise B. Muha

Oak Hill, Virginia

Stephen Salup

(Starrett Corporation)

North Hills, New York

Stewart Property Management

Bedford, New Hampshire

Susan Wilson

(Novogradac & Company LLP)

Austin, Texas

Jeff & Linda Brodsky

(Related Management)

E. Meadows, New York

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INVESTING IN THE FUTURE

The NLHA Education Fund seeks donations from any individual or organization interested in helping low income students achieve self-sufficiency through continuing education

To Donate:

Please visit our website atwww.hudnlha.comfor a donation form, or send us your payment at:

NLHA

Attention: Education Fund

1900 L Street, NW, Suite 300

Washington, DC 20036

Please let us know if your donation is being made in honor of, or memory of, someone special. Thank you!

The NLHA Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under the regulations of the Internal Revenue Service. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.