Congratulations to the 2020 COMTO National Scholarship Program Recipients!

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COMTO is pleased to announce its 2020 National Scholarship Program Awardees—awarded to deserving minority transportation students. Thanks to our sponsors, chapters and member contributions, this year COMTO was able to award over $50,000 to 17 minority students. We value your commitment as this allows us to expand the program, further our mission and build a pipeline of future transportation professionals. Our National Scholarships are also made possible because of the invaluable support of COMTO Partners like AECOM, Jacobs, HNTB, WSP and Atkins. 

Emmanuel Adjei
Jacobs Transportation Scholarship
Major: Doctoral, Civil Engineering
College/University: Clemson University
GPA: 3.80

Oforiwaa Pee Agyei-Boayke
Jacobs Transportation Scholarship
Major: Doctoral, Transportation Geography
College/University: University of Minnesota
GPA: 3.80

Alexander Campano
Jacobs Transportation Scholarship
Major: Senior, Civil Engineering
College/University: University of Florida
GPA: 3.71

Christian Collier
HNTB Scholarship
Major: Masters, Computer Engineering
College/University: Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
GPA: 3.23

Kellen Cooks
HNTB Scholarship
Major: Sophomore, Urban and Regional Studies
College/University: Cornell University
GPA: 4.028

Christian Douglas
WSP USA Scholarship
Major: Junior, Civil Engineering
College/University: University of Texas at Austin
GPA: 3.74

Darien Flowers
COMTO Cares Scholarship
Major: Masters, Transportation Policy, Operations and Logistics
College/University: George Mason University
GPA: 4.0

Sherry Gao
HNTB Scholarship
Major: Graduate, Supply Chain Management
College/University: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
GPA: 3.40

Mahtot Gebresselassie
WSP USA Women in Leadership
Major: Doctoral, Urban Affairs and Planning
College/University: Virginia Tech University
GPA: 3.97

Michael Harris
WSP USA Golden Apple Scholarship
Major: Freshman, Business Administration
College/University: Miami Dade College
GPA: 3.75

Danielle Jones
AECOM COMTO Cares Scholarship
Major: Freshman, Architecture
College/University: Virginia Tech University
GPA: 3.18

Sheida Khademi
WSP USA Women in Leadership
Major: Doctoral, Urban Affairs and Planning
College/University: University of Texas at Arlington
GPA: 3.97

Garrett Lo
Atkins Achievement Scholarship
Major: Freshman, Mechanical Engineering
College/University: University of Texas at Austin
GPA: 3.74

David Ramos
WSP USA Engineering Scholarship
Major: Sophomore, Mechanical Engineering
College/University: Florida A&M University
GPA: 3.64

Quanae Rivers
WSP USA Golden Apple Scholarship
Major: Freshman, Business Administration
College/University: Miami Dade College
GPA: 3.75

Afshin Shamsshooli
WSP USA Scholarship
Major: Doctoral, Electrical Engineering
College/University: University of Texas at Arlington
GPA: 4.00

Owen Wilson
WSP USA Engineering Scholarship
Major: Sophomore, Civil Engineering
College/University: North Carolina A&T University
GPA: 3.66

About the COMTO National Scholarship Program
COMTO’s National Scholarship Program supports our strategic goal of ensuring the continuing legacy of minorities in transportation. Scholarship awardees are represented in all academic backgrounds and pursuing various careers in the transportation industry. In these uncertain times, COMTO continues to push our mission by supporting and developing the next generation of transportation industry leaders. Due to COVID-19, many of our student members and students across the nation have been adversely impacted educationally and economically. As we all navigate and plan for the future, it is imperative that our National Scholarship Program thrives. We thank you for your help by giving to our National Scholarship Fund to support the education of our next generation of transportation industry leaders and ease their financial burden. www.comtonational.org/scholarship

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