Diversity Scholarship Recipients

The ACLP Diversity Scholarship program is a grant-funded initiative. The scholarship program is designed to support child life interns of diverse backgrounds or those who are uniquely qualified to serve patients of diverse backgrounds. 

For more information about the application process, please see the Diversity Scholarships page.

Summer 2022

  • Alyssa Ponce

  • Morgan Sigur

  • Isabella Bozzo

  • Rachel Rosas

Winter/Spring 2022

  • Selene Dorantes Villalobos

  • Miles Cantrell

  • Kim Ngyuen

  • Carlos Meza

  • Amanda Grabski

Fall 2021

  • Maria Sohail

  • Nate Buursma

  • Hannah Howard

  • Michelle Fritsche

  • Margot Lee

Summer 2021

  • Kha Ai Luu

  • Ashleigh Malan

  • Alyssa Hamilton

  • Kelsey Ellis

Winter/Spring 2021

  • Natalia Ariza

  • Taylor Parks

  • Daniela Ramirez

  • Haruka Yoshimoto

Fall 2020

  • Matt Hunter

  • Mashal Kara

  • Talia Mor

  • Jordan Oldham

  • Sungeun Shin

Summer 2020

  • Danyah Hasan

  • Christian Hetzler

  • Kaylin Jewell

  • Nathaniel Patton

Winter/Spring 2020

  • Arianna Carmona

  • Roudina Georgy

  • Keanna Gordon

  • Timothy Kuk

  • Maria Valencia

Fall 2019

  • Michelle Badejo

  • Stacey Herman

  • Karina Elias Hernandez

  • Mai Nakamura

  • Gabrielle Tayag

Summer 2019

  • Lauren Alvarado

  • Carly Donohue

  • Yllor-Anne Esperanzate

  • Sonia Magana

Winter/Spring 2019

  • Symone Farmer

  • Rebecca Gordon

  • Angelica Leiva

  • Muse Mak

  • Remina Wahid

Fall 2018

  • Star Chang

  • Molly Farrell

  • Yukihiro Fushimi

  • Blanca Virgen

  • Antonia Vitela

Summer 2018

  • Natalie Arias

  • Ben Haan

  • Bria Bonner

  • Veronica Burns

Winter/Spring 2018

  • Daniela Ortega Peraza

  • Edith Castillo

  • Joann Fernandes

  • Li-Lin Huang

  • Misha Patel

Fall 2017

  • Beril Ozay

  • Misha Peterson

  • Steve Carillo

  • Suzan Watkinson

  • Tiffany Heinz

Summer 2017

  • Angelica Martinez

  • Anna Fowler

  • Elizabeth La Rosa

  • Jasmine Artis

  • Lindsay Nayman

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