Congratulations to the 2022 Pride Foundation Scholars!

Pride Foundation invests in LGBTQ+ student leaders across in the Northwest—particularly those who face barriers due to race, economic circumstances, identity, ability, location, or lack of family support.

Since 1993, Pride Foundation has awarded over $7.5 million to more than 2,300 scholars. In 2022, Pride Foundation awarded scholarships to 108 students from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington totaling $705,000!

*Please note: the list below is not all 108 Scholars. Only scholars who are comfortable sharing their information publicly have been listed.

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2022 Scholars

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Kyle Agustines University of Alaska Fairbanks Bachelor of Fine Arts Fairbanks, Alaska
Shayn Ember University of Bridgeport Bachelors of Science in Nursing Hamden, Oregon
Jazmin Contreras Lewis and Clark College Chemistry Hood River, Oregon
Jamiea Zarzuela The Evergreen State College Tacoma Program Liberal Studies with a concentration in Critical Race Theory JBLM, Washington
sophia espinoza Western Oregon University Neuroscience/Psychology/Pre-Medicine Joseph, Oregon
Jaksyn Dimmer Flathead Valley Community College History Education Kalispell, Montana
Clementine Inman Grand Canyon University Secondary Education Kent, Washington
Anthony Ponte University of Alaska Anchorage General Business Kodiak, Alaska
Gabby Davis The Evergreen State College Art/Psychology/Natural Science Lacey, Washington
Navouny Swanson Western Washington University Marine Biology, Leadership and Writing/Philosophy Lynnwood, Washington

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