T.C. Williams, Class of 2002
B.S., Computer Engineering, Eastern Nazarene College, 2006
T.C. Williams, Class of 2004
B.S., Public and Community Health, University of Maryland College Park, 2008
Vantross Medina-White knew at an early age that she wanted to be a teacher. Her mother says that as a young girl Vantross would li
At the time of his application to the Scholarship Fund in his senior year at T.C., Michael Tilghman II wrote, “For me, success has
Ria Namata, who emigrated to the U.S. from the Philippines at age nine, credits her mother with instilling in her a strong work et
Crystal Vanison-Robinson’s 12th grade Government Teacher, Jack Esformes, was prescient in 1996 when he wrote about her, “There is
Four years ago two of Diller Matthews’ dreams came true. In 2011 he became a teacher and he became a father. As Diller recently sa
Community service and leadership were hallmarks of Maria Montiel Matthews’ time at T.C. Williams. Maria was an exceptional young v
Dr. Lomax is dedicated to an exciting new energy future, bringing part of the new energy economy home to Alexandria.
Kate P. Moran has been constructing innovative ways of training today's special-needs youth to be a successful part of society.
Sheldon Schanck is a well-known member of the Alexandria community and The Scholarship Fund.
Duane's research could potentially resolve the environmental health challenges that face our nation.