Previous Scholarship Winners



2021 Winner

Christy is in her 3rd semester at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, IL. Despite feeling the pressures of school herself, Christy finds time to help fellow classmates through creating study guides and flashcards. She stresses the importance of maintaining a positive mindset and making sure to take time away from schoolwork to be present with those in her life.

Congratulations, Christy!


2021 Winner

Creighton is in his third semester at Marian University in Indianapolis, IN. His passion for anesthesia ignited on a mission trip where he was able to work with a SRNA and CRNA (his cousin and uncle). He has found time in anesthesia school to help fellow students by organizing study material and even helping to restructure check-off agendas. He emphasizes the importance of time away from school to run/cycle to help maintain his balance through school.

Congratulations, Creighton!


2021 Winner

Anthony is set to graduate August of 2022 from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Anthony is passionate about mentoring and has been involved with the DiversityCRNA organization as well as co-chairing the mentoring program at Emory. Anthony emphasizes the importance of making time for personal growth outside of anesthesia school. He has found his passion for weightlifting to be a great way to set goals and continue to thrive through anesthesia school.

Congratulations, Anthony!


2021 Winner

Mackenzie is set to graduate in August of 2022 from Newman University. While in school, she participates as a student representative for the Oklahoma Association of Nurse Anesthetists. She finds time to meet with underclassmen to discuss study strategies and to give them resources to be successful. Through making connections at the state legislation level, to making time around her son’s busy schedule to study, to even going on a mission trip, Mackenzie has found ways to thrive during anesthesia school.

Congratulations, Mackenzie!


2020 Winner

Andrea is in her 3rd semester at Case Western in Cleveland, OH. While personally pushing through the challenges of anesthesia school, Andrea has found creative ways to help her fellow classmates. She stresses the importance of finding time away from school work to pencil in time for personal hobbies. Since making physical and mental well-being a priority, Andrea says she is “becoming more comfortable with the discomfort of this whole process”.

Congratulations, Andrea!