Meet the Puksta Scholars


University of Colorado




University of Colorado Boulder College of Music

Andrew Hemphill

Hometown: Park Ridge, IL

Major(s): Civil Engineering

Project: I have been working with low-income children in Boulder County to provide academic support, extracurricular enrichment, and life skill training through tutoring, mentoring, and coaching. The goal of my project is to see each student grow in those three areas as they mature and look to accomplish future goals and follow dreams. It is my hope that all children, regardless of their background, can follow their dreams to the maximum extent of their ability.

Future Goals: I would like to continue serving the public both domestically and internationally as much as possible. I plan to work on education policy at some point after earning a law degree. Through policy, I hope to realize my personal desire that all children can follow their own dreams.



Blythe Hawthorne-Loizeaux

Hometown: Denver, CO

Major(s): International Affairs

Project: I aid one of the lawyers at the Immigrant Legal Center for Boulder County, a non-profit that serves low income, undocumented individuals and families. We work on three kinds of immigration applications.  The first helps victims of domestic violence obtain visas so they can stay in the U.S. during the trial.  The second helps spouses of U.S. citizens gain visas with an opportunity for citizenship in the future.  The final application is DACA, which allows for children who arrived in the U.S. under the age of 16 obtain a work card.  All of the clients I serve are low income.  I have enjoyed working closely with an immigration lawyer for the past year. ILCBC reaffirms my belief that changes in legal systems are a formidable way to empower those who are powerless, and the absence of rights perpetuates abuse.

Future Goals: Next semester, I will move back to Denver where I will tutor Math in DPS full-time and teach SAT/ACT prep classes on the side.  I plan to backpack through South East Asia for ten weeks this summer with my sister. In the fall, I hope to start law school; I submitted my applications the week of Halloween.  I plan to study international law with a focus on women in the developing world.



Chelsea Canada

Hometown: Lake Mary, Florida

Major(s): Journalism

Project: My project is focused on making sure young women are registered to vote and to encourage them to get more involved in the political realm. It is disheartening to see that women are not as represented in political offices as they should be. I have created an event alongside the CU Women’s Resource Center and New Era Colorado called “Exercise Your Right to Vote.” This event will include three free exercise classes. The purpose of the event is to get women excited about voting in the upcoming election and to remind them of the fight women had to give in order for women today to have the right to vote. This event includes aspects of voter registration, voter-turnout, and encouraging discussions.


Daniel Sharkey

Hometown: Golden, Colorado

Major(s): Neuroscience

Project: My civic engagement project involves researching and coordinating innovative recovery resources for the homeless addict population in Boulder.



Elsa Asfaw

Hometown: Aurora, Colorado

Major(s): International Affairs and Biology

Project: I’m interested in working with low income students from Elementary and middle schools. I’m very passionate about education and I want to expand or create a program like Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID). This program helps students in high schools and in some cases middle schools get prepared for higher education. I want to try to implement this kind of program in Elementary and middle schools in Boulder, so students from low-income families can have a higher chance of going to higher education.


Katie Raitz

Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Major(s): Women and Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies

Project: My Puksta project is a multigenerational education program that will focus on working with the Lafayette Youth Advisory Committee to create an equitable sex education course for adolescents and their families in the city of Lafayette. This project will also train CU students as teachers of this co-created curriculum and deliver it in select middle schools in Boulder County.

Leonardo Alberto Munoz

Hometown: Cd. Juarez Mexico

Major(s): Anthropology and Ethnic Studies

Project: Unity is a civic engagement project led by Genesis Quinones and I. Our major goal is providing academic support and a community for first-generation diverse student including workshops on relevant topics such as graduate school, studying abroad, and time management.


Marco Dorado Arredondo

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Major(s): Business Administration with a minor in Political Science

Project: I will be working with Latino high school students in the Boulder area to help increase their knowledge of the legislative process, as well as help increase their leadership capabilities through various workshops. Through this project, I hope to work towards increasing civic engagement amongst Colorado Latino youth, in order to be a voice in the formation of public policy.


 Nicholas Kukucka

Hometown: Denver, CO

Major(s): International Affairs, Spanish Language and Literature, and Education (minor)

Project: In the past, my Puksta projects have included working with Colorado state Senator, Mike Johnston as his outreach director, organizing policy committees made up of constituents to help connect mike to the community he served. I also organized a program to bring high school students into the capitol to meet the Senator alongside other outreach efforts. The following year I learned a lot about what it takes to run a non-profit working as the Development Coordinator for Educate!, an organization that helps develop the next generation of socially responsible leaders in Africa. During my final year as a Puksta scholar, I’ll be returning to my high school, The Denver School of Science and Technology, to teach my own elective. In this class students will be encouraged to take active roles in identifying, developing an understanding of, and generating solutions to public problems in our world, bridging the gap between the school and the community, helping students to develop important skills to be active citizens, and empowering the students to create sustainable change.

Future Goals: As a senior at CU everyone wants to know what I plan to do after I graduate, but to be honest I have no idea. Teach for America, Peace Corps, and grad school are all possibilities, but I’m also open to other opportunities. The most important thing is that I have so many opportunities, that’s why I went to college after all. I know I’m not quite ready to settle down into some average career yet. I still have a lot of traveling and exploring and learning to do. Helping people has always been my goal and will continue to be my goal after college. As long as I’m doing that, I will be happy with wherever my path takes me.

William Shrum

Hometown: Arvada, CO

 Major(s): Environmental Design – Urban Planning emphasis

 Project: Impact the Youth is a CU student driven mentor program designed to bring struggling high school students to campus, pair them with a CU student, and expose them to the diversity of academic interests and possibilities that college can provide.  Statistically, students who fall behind Freshman year are more likely to drop out of high school than any other year, and students who learn successful study habits and skills are able to apply them throughout high school.

We would love to expand the program to whoever might be able to be served effectively, but transportation can be a major hurdle. Going forward we look to reinforce our presence in the local Boulder area schools and accommodate additional students whenever possible from other areas around Boulder and the Denver metro area.

 Future Goals: My academic emphasis has been on issues of livability in cities and the dynamics between citizens in town-gown relations in college communities. I have had a persistent role in Boulder city issues and will continue to be an advocate for a better community locally.

I am also a founding partner of my own third party fulfillment business, and a co-founder of Spark Boulder, a student initiated co-working incubator also on University Hill. I will continue to pursue successful businesses and work with the student community to mentor and train student entrepreneurs to find success while in college. Spark Boulder will be open in early 2014, and over the next year or two hope to graduate more than 20 student businesses through our accelerator programs to become viable entities in the larger Boulder community.



Vincent Torres

Dylan Whitman

Juedon Kebede

Nicollette Laroco

Danait Aregay



University of Denver


Aminta Menjivar

Hometown: Denver, CO

Major(s): International Business

Project:      My Puksta Project is to facilitate equal college access for undocumented students. I expect to complete this project by helping the Puksta Foundation raise funds for a new program at Metro State University of Denver. This program will be largely dedicated to undocumented students. As a result, I will accomplish my goal of helping undocumented students attend college by working with the Puksta Foundation to start a new program.

Future Goals:      Because I only have about six months left at the University of Denver, I plan to dedicate my time to help the Puksta Foundation raise funds for the new program at Metro State University. This project will require much of my attention because I plan to use my networks to spread the word about Puksta and who we are as an organization. In this capacity, I expect to meet frequently with potential supporters.Thus, my goal is to complete my Puksta project by the time I graduate from DU.
At this point, I have no concrete plans for what I’m going to do after I graduate from DU. All I know is that I will have a job lined up and will potentially leave the country to fulfill my position. What I do know for certain, however, is the fact that I will continue to promote social justice through international economic development (including education) regardless of where I end up. As a result, I plan to spend the next few months actively looking for jobs so I’ll have a job by the time I graduate.



Brittany Morris

Hometown: Colorado Springs, CO

Major(s): Psychology & Spanish

Project:      This year, my focus for my Puksta project will be a new national organization, Literate Nation. Literate Nation strives to make accessible the resources and strategic initiatives available to propel the systemic changes needed for a fully literate nation. As a member of the Advocacy sub-committee, I am involved in multiple projects working towards providing information and skills-building on advocacy for students, parents, teachers, and administrators. This includes presentations at conferences and webinars aimed at teaching advocacy skills needed for students to get the help that they need on their journey to literacy and beyond.

Future Goals: After graduation I plan on taking a little bit of time off before applying to graduate school programs. I plan to get a job as a research assistant where I can further my experience in a research setting. I will pursue my PhD in Clinical Psychology so that I can become a leading researcher in the field of reading, learning, and learning disabilities. I intend to do the research necessary for policy makers and leaders in the education field to use to create the most effective system of education in our country and around the world.



Cynthia Rodriguez

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Major(s): Accounting Minor: Legal Studies, and Spanish

Project:      My social justice area is centered around DREAMers and their families. Specifically to help undocumented students reach their academic goals, by mentoring them and showing that college is attainable even for undocumented students. I would also like to implement families especially those who have gone through or are going through a deportation. I would like to focus on those students to make sure that they continue to want to strive for their dreams.
I plan to make this happen by creating a mentorship program to help those students stay on track and not give up on their dreams as well as allow for them to advocate for themselves and become more involved within their communities. I am also planning on continuing to work along side the Keeping the DREAM Alive Conference to keep it on campus and bring more information for educators as to how they can help undocumented students in their schools.

Future Goals: One of my main goals that I plan to accomplish after graduation is to efficiently be involved within my community and continue to help families in order to give back to all the people whom have helped me. Furthermore through my involvement i would like to create my own scholarship foundation. I would also like to open my own accounting firm.


Fatima Gul

Hometown: Aurora, Colorado

Major(s): Psychology

Project:      My project is on youth and education and I want to specifically work with refugee students who are in high school right now. Of course getting to college is hard if one doesn’t have the proper support. I want to be able to offer extra support to a small group of refugee students who are in need of that extra push. They can decide on where ever they want to go and it doesn’t matter where they choose as long as they go to college after high school. These supports can be shown through workshops and possibly visits. Workshops could include topics like financial aid, interview, and high school preparations like ACT and SAT.

Future Goals: In the future, I plan on continuing with Psychology as my major. I definitely do not intend on stopping after finishing my bachelor’s degree. I might take some time off before going to graduate school and during that time, I hope to somehow work with high school/refugee students. I hope to help students in need, as working with students has always been one of my biggest goals. It would be great if I can continue to work in the youth and education area since that is my social justice issue for my Puksta Project. I hope that through my work, during my remaining time at DU, I can help other refugee students achieve their dream. I know education is very big for refugee parents, as it was for my parents, so making that dream come true is going to be something I hope to accomplish.


Haseeb Rahat

Hometown: Aurora, Colorado

Major(s): Biology

Project:       As an aspiring doctor, I want to help children overcome their health challenges that hold them back from achieving their daily goals and lifelong dreams. As we know and as various studies have proven time after time, that there are direct correlations between what we eat and one’s short-term and long-term health status. What one consumes in, has a direct correlation with various diseases and disorders like exercise intolerance, diabetes, colon cancer, risk for various join diseases, fractures, hernia, stress incontinence, chronic inflammation, stroke and many as 26 more disorders and diseases. Preventing diseases and disorders by changing our eating habits is a lot easier then treating those diseases and disorders later on in our lifetime. Also, I realize that a school plays a critical role in the prevention aspect of this issue because it can establish a safe and supportive environment with policies and practices that support healthy behaviors. Schools should and can provide opportunities for students to learn about healthy eating practices and better physical activity behaviors. This is why I want to educate the youth about what impact does the food we consume in have on our bodies and our health.

Future Goals: In the future as a undergrad student, I aspire to look for opportunities that will give me opportunities to grow as a student, as a person and as a leader. I look forward to getting involved in the community locally and globally. After graduation, I aspire to attend a medical school of my dreams. I want to help local and global community overcome their health challenges.


Ian Parker

Hometown: Frisco, CO

Major(s): Piano Performance, Spanish

Project:       I believe that music is as important (in some cases, more important) as any other subject in school. Not only can it provide a fun, creative outlet for pent up energy, frustration, etc., it is also a great brain exercise tool. There are countless examples of how musicians outperform their non-musical counterparts even in fields that, presumably, have nothing to do with music.

The basis of my project is to provide a music education to anyone and everyone who wants it. My model is the Venezuelan program called El Sistema. El Sistema is a youth orchestra system developed by economist and musician Dr. José Antonio Abreu. His idea was to put at-risk kids into orchestra programs to keep them off the streets, out of gangs, and in school. It worked. Now there are over 72 countries with model programs. The United States alone plays host to over 60 different programs. I want to start my own program in my home community. Currently the only real music program is that of the public schools. It’s decent, but there is so much more that could be offered.

Future Goals: After graduation, I would like to attend grad school in one or more subjects ranging from Piano Performance to Spanish to Education. I have already been in contact with the principal of my old high school and he has said to me that if I continue with my current academic plan, he will do his best to hire me when I am done. My district is becoming completely bilingual, from preschool through 12th grade and as such, they will need teachers who can teach in both English and Spanish. I will be able to do this. Also, with a job in the public school system, most likely as a music teacher/band director, I will be in a perfect position to run my own El Sistema program.Obviously there is a lot of time between now and then, but the next couple years will be devoted to establishing the requisite connections and building relationships such that when the time comes, it will be easy to implement my plans.


Mawukle Yebuah

Hometown:  Denver, CO

Major(s): International Business

Project:       Working for an improvement in Higher Education access for African American males. I have mentored African American males in order to not only help them understand the importance of their education but to also understand how to get to college. I have been part of the Boyz to Men Workshop through the Crowley Foundation. I visit South High School and mentor African American males at the school. I am also on the planning committee for the Black Male Initiative Summit, which is a program that works with Black Males and Higher Education access.

Future Goals: My future goals is to not only help all the African American seniors I am working with get to college but to also establish the Black Male Initiative Summit as a program that follows the black males all the way through high school and to college. For the future, I hope to educate these black males so that they understand the importance of helping younger black males get to college and how to help them.


Nyabweza Itaagi

Hometown: Westminster, CO

Major(s): International Studies and French

Project: My Puksta project is focused on the topic of food justice. I have seen that within the Denver community and many other large urban centers, the accessibility of good quality, local and organic food is directly related to where one lives within the city. Many neighborhoods are marginalized and people within them are left to get their food from corner stores and fast food establishments. The most healthy and organic foods are sold at prices that prevent many people with a low income from buying them.

The goal of my project is to spread people’s awareness of food justice as an issue. The first step in making change is through education. I am seeking to learn about effective, community-driven alternative methods to ensure that everyone has access to food with high nutritional value, free of GMOs.

Future Goals: My future goals are a continuation of my Puksta project. I hope to work with communities to improve food quality and people’s ability to access good food. I would like to work in conjunction with leaders in various communities to start sustainable urban community gardens. It is my hope that I can show that it is very possible for anyone to be self-sufficient in growing food.
Although I have yet to decide in which city to live after graduation, I am sure that I want to dive into the field of urban agriculture and how it can be used to combat the issue of food justice.

Zac Roberts

Hometown: Monument, Colorado

Major(s): Biology

Project: My Puksta project is focused on the rights of LGBTIQA teens and their role in middle and high schools. Looking back at my own experiences from growing up in a small town just north of Colorado Springs, I remember facing intolerance, misunderstanding, and hatred. I remember feeling so alone that the thought of continuing on seemed impossible. Fortunately, I did make it, but without the help of the school officials or the educational institution. I realized now how exclusive our education system is. Queer health is not taught in any of our health and sex ed classes: there is not much offered that teaches about gay history or the strides our community is making in an environment that has a tendency to belittle and degrade minorities. Since it is the youth that are the most affected by this blatant discrimination, I believe queer teens should be the number one focus of education reform.

Future Goals: In the future, my plan is to create a blog for teens to go to for educational purposes. On the blog, there will be history, cool facts, health and sex tips, and my own personal stories. I know that the one of the biggest issues growing up gay is facing that “all alone” feeling. The number one purpose of this blog is to show kids that they are not alone. That they have potential to do great things and experience life in a way that they could never imagine. Everyone always says “It gets better”, well, this is what better looks like.

Larcy Brooks

Hometown: Pueblo, Colorado

Major(s): English, Film Studies & Production

Project: Thanks to volunteer work that I did in high school at a struggling women’s health clinic, I have a passion for protecting access to reproductive health care for women and preventing gender-based violence. It seems to me, as with many issues, the root of the problem comes from a lack of education and preparation at a young age. For this reason, I want to target this from the root of the problem – inadequate sex education. The kind of program I want to create will come from three main ideologies – contraception based, consent (YES!) to prevent sexual assault, and inclusion of LGBT+ identities.
In taking action, I will be going into a Denver Metro high school to observe their sex education program, talk with students, and hopefully recruit interested students that can help spearhead the efforts so that the students have a say in the new program. The end goal of the first phase will be a presentation for parents and administration with all of the research and information that I have compiled. This will give me a sense of where to move forward in actually implementing a program.

Future Goals: In the realm of my career, I am following my dreams and looking to become a screenwriter for television. I have always loved writing and storytelling, and this is my favorite medium for it. I hope to continue my education in a masters program at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for Screen and Television Writing. Many of my favorite screenwriters have graduated from this program, and I know that it will give me the education, training, and connections to help me achieve my dreams.
Combining my love of storytelling and characters with my passions for social equity has led me to see following my dreams as a way to actually create social change by creating media that represents and includes diverse people in respectful and varied ways. My goal isn’t to create “strong” female, queer, or of color characters – it is to expand what these groups are represented as in television! I even hope to use the community organizing skills learned here in Puksta to help me build diverse communities of writers and creators with a passion for equity and change.

Liren “Michael” Chen

Hometown: Aurora, Colorado

Major(s): Finance

Project: My project involves Special Olympics and spreading the awareness about Special Olympics and the mentally disabled. My involvement with Special Olympics started in my high school career and has blossomed to be what my Puksta Project will be. There are a number of things I envision my Puksta Project to be.

Firstly, I would like to host the campaign “Spread the Word to End the Word” on DU’s campus. Secondly, I would like to perhaps host a summer olympics even on DU’s campus, being able to involve the entire DU community, regardless of his or her role on campus. Thirdly, I would like to be published in a newspaper or magazine with an article about my experience. Lastly, I would like to invite the entire Puksta staff on a trip to the annual Summer Olympics opening events in Greeley, CO.

Future Goals: My goal is to be able to successfully complete my Puksta Project with my major and being able to be successful in society. I want to be able to complete my visions of many different parts. It is of utmost importace for the organization to have, of the goals set, all of the goals completed. I believe that by completing all the goals, a person will be able to have a deeper understanding of the issue. My plans after graduation will eventually involve children and helping those who are underrepresented. It is most definitely a great experience to be in Puksta!


Laleobe Olaka


Major(s): Biology

Project: My plan for the first quarter is to focus on researching different shelters around the Denver area. Through this research I hope to find a community partner shelter that I could volunteer with the next shelter. For winter quarter I hope to spend this time interviewing and volunteering at my chosen community partner. Spring quarter my goal is to take everything I have learned to create a mural that reflects what it feels like to live in a shelter and the dreams of those living in that shelter.

Future Goals:   As a first year puksta scholar my plan is to focus on the shelter aspect of poverty. The first year I will focus on the shelter aspect of homelessness. The second year I will focus on food. My junior year will be focused on policy and the final year will be putting all of the knowledge that I have acquired over the first three years in order to make a non profit my senior year.


Colorado State University


Bralia Fortune

Hometown: Aurora, Colorado

Major(s): Communications with a minor in  Ethnic Studies

Project: I am fulfilling my passion of keeping college students aware of how to maintain sexually healthy lifestyles. I am developing a partnership with CREWS: CSU Health Network’s student organization to create programs and events promoting sexual health.


Enrique Carbajal

Hometown: Riva Palacio, Chihuahua

Major(s): Criminal Justice and Arabic

Project: Mentoring 8th grade students at Lincoln IB Middle School. Preparing students for academic success and teaching them college readiness skills. Bridging the gap between the university and the Fort Collins community.


Greg Shields

Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri

Major(s): Business Administration

Project: Mentoring program that caters to at-risk youth, in collaboration with CSU’s Community Organization to Reach Empowerment Center (C.O.R.E. Center). The primary goals of the project are to: 1) Improve and stabilize physical living conditions, 2) Increase level of safety in neighborhoods and wellbeing of families and 3) Increase educational and economic opportunities that lead to self-sufficiency.  Prevent: Gang involvement, bullying, and dropouts. Encourage: College, passion areas and community engagement.


Guillermo Ramirez

Hometown: Aurora, Colorado

Major(s): Business and Spanish

Project: Dreamers, the mission is to provide a role model for undocumented high schools students who are in the process of applying to college. The mentoring program supports students on multiple levels, as well as, connects them to resources. As part of this commitment, students will be introduced to Deferred Action and Together Colorado.


Juan Flores-Ramirez

Hometown: Commerce City, Colorado

Major(s): Construction Management

Project: My Project is to host registry drives for, The National Marrow Donor Program, at the university and the community. My goal is to register as many people as possible, with a special focus on minorities. My hope is to educate people about bone marrow transplants and the ways they can be involved.


Melessa Starbuck

Hometown: New Castle, Colorado

Major(s): Health

Project: My project focuses on the promotion of health and wellness of adolescent girls in the Fort Collins community. The goal is to encourage participants to be physically, emotionally, mentally, socially, spiritually, and environmentally healthy in a safe and supportive environment. It aims to empower and educate girls to make healthy choices and avoid engaging in risky behavior. Through experiential curriculum, it aspires to instill joy, confidence and health in these young girls’ lives.


Sophia Velez

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Major(s): Political Science

Project: To establish a program that resembles a mentoring program but focuses on assisting undocumented youth in pursuing a higher education by helping them earn their high schools diploma or GED. TO volunteer with The Family Center/La Familia and participate in their Adult Education and Read Learn Explore! Programs. Also to inspire and encourage undocumented youth to value education.


Timothy Gold

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Major(s): Sociology

Project: Mentoring 8th grade students to support their pursuit of higher education, leadership, volunteerism and cultural exposure.



Tyler Cox

Hometown: Aurora, Colorado

Major(s): Mechanical Engineering

Project: My project is to serve as a resource for students, providing them with information advice or a listening ear. My goal is to inspire students to pursue a successful career after graduation, whether college is part of the picture or another option. Secondary education, while great, is not always for everyone.


Vera Asuamuzuah

Hometown: Ghana

Major(s): Health and Exercise Science

Project: The “Water For All” project is designed to provide access to clean water for impoverished communities around the world, beginning with Ghana. I developed a partnership with The Coin Group, an organization in Ghana. I have applied for a $2,000 grant through Greenhouse Scholarship and an awaiting an award status. I will continue to apply for more grants and implement new fundraising strategies.

Eyerusalem Abraha

Alejandra Cardona-Lamas

Chand Jiwani

Maggie Luehrs



Puksta Fellows

University of Colorado Denver






Mouath Baesho

Benjamin Swales

Misty Saribal

Hometown: Denver

Major(s): Communication

If you could work in an area of social justice what would it be and why?

The areas of social justice that interest me are race, gender and class, which are obviously broad areas. However, I find that these three cultural constructs have something in common; they are highly influenced by hegemonic and corporate interests. Hence, I believe it is pertinent to bring increased public awareness and dialog to the neocolonialist system obstructing our chances as a human race to truly develop and implement sound solutions in all areas of our society.

Our globalized greed does not just affect issues of race, gender and class, but it also muddies the decisions of policy makers on paramount decisions such as the environment; which is likely the most colossal damage that our unrestricted human development has incurred. Perhaps, if we can infuse policies of economics with the spirit of human justice, we can begin to make sustainable decisions in our environment as well.

For this reason, while I revere those who work in the trenches, helping people on an individual level, I feel that the time is ripe for a global consciousness and a global revolution which end the systems which create the continual need for these fixes which focus on the symptoms rather than the causes of poverty, racism and gender discrimination, and that is how I hope to spend my life’s work.

Future Goals: Because my interests are broad, I feel that academia is the best place for me, in the immediate future, to hone my skills and to continue to learn and grow, which is something I love to do. However, true social justice academia is accompanied with some form of socialjustice activism, which breathes truth and practicality into new ideas. So, I will be continuing to work in the community in diverse ways and especially in my pursuit of theatre activism styled after Theatre of the Oppressed. I believe that socialjustice work should be infused with creativity, fun, happiness, and inclusivity, and I find that theatre is an incredible way to bring people together and get people outside of their daily stigmas, resulting in new and innovative solutions, relationships and skills.

Amira Aletebi

Lakeisha Ashley




University of Colorado Alumni

Steven Kluck – 2013
Lamya’a Dawud – 2013
Kim Chin – 2013
Jihyun “Jasmine” Kim – 2013
Eva Warner – 2013
Genesis Quinones – 2013
Chelsea Maciel – 2013
Makenzie Schrag – 2012
Elisabeth Long – 2012
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            Paige Bennett – 2012
            Nicholas Martinez – 2011
            Kathryn McLachlan – 2011
            Razan Naqeeb – 2011
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            Bryant Mason – 2011
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            Katie Krohne – 2006
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            Regan Walton – 2006
            Courni Frank – 2006
            Kovi Bessoff – 2006
            Evan Thomas – 2006
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            Sharon Bates – 2005
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            Christina Zigler – 2004
            Adam Kay – 2003
            Jasmine Hites – 2003
            Alexandra Taylor – 2003
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 University of Denver Alumni

Maria Khan – 2013
Savanna Uland – 2013
James Lozano – 2013
Taylor Rowe – 2012
Felipe Vieyra  - 2012
Jennifer Armstrong – 2012
Hannah E. Evans – 2011
Jessica Y. Choe – 2011
Cameron D. Lewis – 2011
Ericca L. McCutcheon – 2011
Cody C. Wiggs – 2011
Kali Smith – 2010
Ally J. Veneris – 2010
Douglas J. Close – 2010
Charla L. Agnoletti – 2009
Ara E. Ogle – 2009
Kimberly K. Roesch – 2009
Shantel E. Jones – 2008
Sarah E. McCauley – 2008
Emily R. Pierce – 2008
Kaylan M. Fillingham – 2007
Abigail A. Gilbertson – 2007
Adrienne K. Mondragon – 2007
Sarah E. Neyman – 2007
Lauren A. Beede – 2007
Kathryn L. Gibson – 2006
Ryan C. Marks – 2006
Megan E. Filbin – 2005
Patrick C. Parrish – 2005
Dustin M. Lindahl – 2004
Ruth L. Overlease – 2004
Joseph M. Campe – 2004
Judy Estrada  – 2003
Lindsay J. Ternes – 2003

Colorado State University Alumni:

Velia Munoz – 2013
Edna Munoz – 2013
Alfred Castillo – 2013
Matthew Creighton – 2013
Aleshia Jaramillo
Cesar Morales
Ruben Martinez
Ashley Griffin
Juliana Velez
Kayla Huddleston
Janu Cambrelen
Esme Rodriguez
Amber Altwine-Gomez
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