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2016 Ohio Regional Council

Student Scholarship Winners

The Ohio Regional Council is delighted to award four scholarships this year.


Our first scholarship winner who will receive a $2,500 scholarship is Amanda Macinga.  Amanda is completing her sophomore year at Youngstown State University.  Once she receives her Bachelor’s degree she will either pursue a Masters in Business Administration or Accountancy and become a Certified Management Accountant (CMA).  She is involved in the Business College’s Business Leaders Program, and developing her entrepreneurial skills in the Enactus program.  She is doing volunteer work with the campus Emerging Leader program, and she has recently joined her campus IMA student chapter and will be the chapter secretary this coming year.

Our second scholarship winner is Nicole Pavlansky who will receive a $1,500 scholarship.  Nicole is finishing up her junior year at Youngstown State University.  She would like to earn her CMA certification, as well as her CPA license.  She is a member of the Youngstown State IMA Student Chapter and Beta Alpha Psi.  She likes doing volunteer work, including raising funds to supply clean water in Uganda.

Our third scholarship winner is Jessica Syme, who will receive a $1,000 scholarship.  Jessica is completing her sophomore year at Ashland University.   She is working on the university’s MBA program with a double major in accounting and finance.  She has taken a leadership role in their campus IMA student chapter and looks forward to earning her CMA certification. She is currently the Community Service chair and the students have worked on projects at the regional food bank and local dog shelter.  Next year, she will be the vice president.

Our final scholarship winner is Elizabeth Greenwood, who will also be receiving a $1,000 scholarship.  She is about to complete her studies at the Sinclair Community College and transfer to Wright State University.  She is working toward the goal of earning her Masters of Accountancy.  She is a student member of the Dayton IMA chapter and is a member of the Kappa Beta Delta Business Honor Society.