10th Annual James M. Holobaugh Honors Ceremony

Thursday, November 9, 2017- Umrath Lounge, 6pm-7:30pm

 

The 10th annual Holobaugh Honors ceremony recognizes Washington University students, staff, and faculty, and St. Louis community members who live and lead authentically and perform direct advocacy and service to LGBTQIA* communities.
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The 10th annual Holobaugh Honors ceremony  will be Thursday, November 9th from 6-7:30 p.m. in Umrath Lounge. An RSVP is welcome, but not required: https://campuslife.wustl.edu/rsvp-form/

2017 Holobaugh Honorees

Stephanie Weiskopf, receiving the Bayard Rustin Bridge Builder Award, serves as the Associate Director of Campus Life-Leadership Development.

Jackie Feldman, receiving the Bayard Rustin Bridge Builder Award, is a fourth year undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Olivia Beres, receiving the Bayard Rustin Bridge Builder Award, is a fourth year undergraduate student in the College of Engineering.

Sara Burton, receiving the James Baldwin Committed Educator Award, serves as the Associate Director of Athletics for Varsity Programs and Senior Woman Administrator in the Department of Athletics.

Caroline Nore, receiving the James Baldwin Committed Educator Award, is a 4th year undergraduate student in College of Arts and Sciences.

Jaime Swank, receiving the Audre Lorde Academic Exploration Award, is a 4th year undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Patrick DeSouza, receiving the Audre Lorde Academic Exploration Award, is a 2nd year medical student at the Washington University School of Medicine.

Ricki Pettinato, receiving the Frida Kahlo Creative Arts Award, is a 5th year undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Emi Wyland, receiving the Sylvia Rivera & Marsha P. Johnson Activism Award, is a 3 year undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Nicole Lashley-Simms, receiving the Compton’s Cafeteria Emerging Leader Award, is a 2nd year undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Gabby Jung, receiving the Compton’s Cafeteria Emerging Leader Award, is a 2nd year undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Christian Sandoval, receiving the Gloria Anzaldúa Advocacy at Intersections Award, is a Residential College Director in the Office of Residential Life.

Alejandro Martinez, receiving the Gloria Anzaldúa Advocacy at Intersections Award, is a first year graduate student in the Brown School of Social Work and Public Health.

Dr. Kara Blackwell-Sternhell, receiving the Gloria Anzaldúa Advocacy at Intersections Award, is the Assistant Professor of Medicine and the Director of LGBTQ Initiatives at the Washington University School of Medicine.