Summer's Here and So Are Our Interns
2018 m arks our seventh summer of scholars! As another internship season begins, we are thrilled to welcome the 2018 B.A. Rudolph Foundation scholarship recipients.

Our scholars are at the start of their careers, and they're already changing the world. 

The newest members of our Foundation family, these 22 women hail from 14 states as well as Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. They are working in civil rights, counter-terrorism, education, immigration, international development, maternal health, and water purification... just to name a few. They are strong and determined, curious and passionate, charismatic and hardworking. They have big goals and meaningful aspirations. 

And, if you're in in the Washington, D.C. area, we look forward to introducing you in person at our annual summer celebration on June 23!

We are proud to support these women, and our growing family of 57 alumnae, as they build careers with purpose. 

Here's to the future that B.A. imagined, 
Mary Bruce, Executive Director

p.s. We are especially grateful to this season's 75 review committee members (who helped to select these scholars from our largest pool of applicants yet) and our 50 summer mentors!
Time to Celebrate Summer!
On June 23, the B.A. Rudolph Foundation will host its annual summer celebration to welcome the 2018 scholars in DC.

We hope you can join us in celebrating this year’s amazing group of women who are committed to giving back to other people, communities, and causes, and enjoy some authentic Mexican fare from a local, woman-owned small business.

If you are not already on the guest list and would like to attend, please contact If you would like to help sponsor the event, please contact     
Meet our 2018 Scholars!
Graduate Public Service Scholars
Austyn Holleman
Sacred Huff
Vanessa Miller
Anabel Reyes-Ovalles
Undergraduate Public Service Scholars
Yeabsira Asrat
Blaythe Ayala
Esder Chong
Audrey Fisher
Angela Frimpong
Miranda Keane
Julia Mancini
Jessica Reinert
Karla Robles-Martin
Rana Thabata
STEM Scholars
Sonia Adame
Paradyse Blackwood
Lauren Harnedy
Belinda Joseph
Kathy Le
Valeria Torres
Michelle Walls
Nicole Williams
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