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2023 City of Cambridge Scholarship Recipients Honored

2023 City of Cambridge Scholarship Recipients and City Officials

The City of Cambridge honored the recipients of the 2023 City of Cambridge Scholarship during a special ceremony at Cambridge City Hall on May 22, 2023.

This year, the city awarded 84 scholarships of $3,000 each for a total $252,000 to Cambridge high school seniors and others pursuing higher education. This was the most awarded in a single year. Since the program’s inception in 1993, the City of Cambridge has awarded 1,353 scholarships totaling over $3.4 million.

Assistant City Manager for Fiscal Affairs and Public Investments, David Kale, served as Master of Ceremonies. Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui and City Manager Yi-An Huang congratulated the recipients and commended them on their achievement, wishing them great success in the future. Other speakers included Superintendent of Schools Dr. Victoria Greer and Cambridge Rindge & Latin School Principal Damon Smith. 

Mr. Kale thanked the many generous individuals and local companies who contributed to the Scholarship Fund, enabling the City to be able to help numerous Cambridge families with these important education expenses. Mr. Kale also acknowledged the hard work of the City Scholarship Committee in reviewing the applications and the City staff who help manage this worthy program. 

Congratulations to the 2023 City of Cambridge Scholarship recipients:
Eman Abdurezak; Anjulina Alcius Etienne; Najibullah Alikhail; Ruth Andre; Selam Anwar; Nathan Asgdom; Yash Bagga; Alani Beaton; Mussamat Begum; Meshell Bonsu; Salma Boukouj; Emma Carrion; Lily Chen; Fairooz Chowdhury; Mojahiba Chowdhury; Selemawit Dainom; Charlotte Dale; Semaj Daniels-Almond; Sayde Daniliuk; Jadah De Pina; Chloe Duggan; Carlie Duverglas; Adelina Escamilla-Salomon; Elijandro Escamilla-Salomon; Tewoflose Fekadu; Alexander Fritzsche; Esther Fu; Amreenbanu Gadatia; Birtukan Gebregziher; Yordanos Getachew; Samichhya Ghimire; Vanessa Goebel; Elsa Haile; Ania Hearn; Minnah Hemet; Irene Hill; Orit Hineshim; Mohammed Hussain; Birikti Kahsai; Farhan Kalam; Aasiyah Kamthewala; Emma Keating; Helen Kidanemariam; Jayden Le; Kevin Bryan Leal; Elijah Lee-Robinson; Jin Li; Cherace Lin; Julieta Littin Egana; Brian Liu; Rahat Mahmood; Aya Mahrous; Antonio Maldera Vega; Asmayt Medhanie; Mekeyas Mekuria; Nathaniel Miller; Mahamud Mohamud; Ana Obrien; Kale Pace; Matthew Pace; Cendy Pierre; Tavien Pollard; Derek Price; Ariana Ramos; Mahia Rimzim; Tenzin Rulutsang; Dania Rustom; Danika Saintil; Shadman Sakib; Sasha Sanchez; Alif Sheikh; Safia Singh; Isa Sleman; Edwin Smilack; Sara Solomon; Nourin Tajnia; Margaret Unger; Alejandra Vega Espinosa; Ella Velkova; Ruchama Vincent; Eliza Weinberger; Ryan Whorf; Ella Williams; and James Wreh.
2023 City of Cambridge Scholarship recipients and City officials. Photo by Matt Nelson.

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