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Georgia’s Bleeding Disorder Community Goes to College

By Theresa Schaffer, LCSW, Director of Social Work

Published July 10, 2019

 

We are happy to announce this year’s John W. Youtsey Memorial Scholarships. For 2019, we awarded 23 young men and women scholarships totaling $70,000. Congratulations to each of you.

Recipient School Major
Candice Wesleyan College Biology
Rohini University of Georgia B.S. in Computer Science
Tammy Valdosta State University Early Childhood Education
Louis University of Georgia Master's in International Policy and National
Jacob John Marshall School of Law Juris Doctorate (law)
John Michael   Troy University Land Surveying
Dan Auburn University Forestry
Bryce Georgia Southern University Public Relations
Gary Kennesaw State University Media and Entertainment
Cyronn Middle Georgia State University Information Technology
Malachi University of West Georgia Applied Mathematics
George University of North Georgia Finance
Morgan Georgia College and State University Nursing
Brandon University of Georgia Biology
Ian Georgia College and State University Accounting
Joseph University of Georgia Biology
Ethan Georgia College & State University Economics
Katherine Berry College Biochemistry
Mia Georgia State University Nursing
Diamond Coastal College of Georgia Nursing
Brian University of Georgia Pharmacy
Destiny Albany State University Nursing

The John W. Youtsey Memorial Scholarships are available to Georgians in the bleeding disorder community. John W. Youtsey, a former professor and associate dean of the College of Health Sciences at Georgia State University, provided leadership to Hemophilia of Georgia (HoG) from its beginning in 1973 until his death in 1996. He was an HoG board member and chaired the scholarship committee. Over the years, the scholarship program has awarded more than 400 scholarships totaling more than $1 million.