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by Morgan Peters

The Fredericton Chamber of Commerce awarded its 2019 post-secondary scholarships to Samantha Gray and Katie Hamill. Both are Fredericton natives and undergraduate recipients planning to pursue graduate studies in the fall. Samantha is an employee of Stiletto Consulting and Katie works at The 11th Mile.

Samantha graduated from UNB in 2018 with a 4.0 GPA and is now enrolled to begin law school at Dalhousie University in September. While maintaining a high level of academic excellence, Samantha has also been a dedicated volunteer in a variety of areas including the York Care Centre, local rotary clubs and the chamber itself.

Katie completed a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Human Rights from St. Thomas University in 2015, a Master’s degree in International Development from Dalhousie University and is starting her PhD at UNB at the faculty of Education in September in order to put her human rights knowledge and experience to practical use in the education system.

The Fredericton Chamber of Commerce’s scholarship was created in 2013 to recognize a deserving student who has made a significant positive contribution to the betterment of their school and / or community at the same time has demonstrated sound academic achievement. The fund is held and managed by the Fredericton Community Foundation.

The scholarship recipients were announced at the chamber’s annual golf tournament in August.

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