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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Fatima Al-Rikabi Seattle University School of Law Public Advocacy Marysville, Washington
Yasu Nakasato Simon Fraser University Arts Education Bardstown, Alaska
Miles Willis Teacher College, Columbia University Mental Health Counseling Central, Alaska
Margo Harness The College of Idaho Journalism, Psychology, Criminology Nampa, Idaho
Blossom Parrish The Evergreen State College Indigenous Studies Bellingham, Washington
Gabby Davis The Evergreen State College Art/Psychology/Natural Science Lacey, Washington
Jamiea Zarzuela The Evergreen State College Tacoma Program Liberal Studies with a concentration in Critical Race Theory JBLM, Washington
Haley Lowe The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology Counseling Psychology Lynnwood, Washington
Alison Ward The University of Montana Master of Social Work Portland, Oregon
Lexie Durfee Umpqua Community College Architecture Rosburg, Oregon

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