The CalvertHealth Foundation awards scholarships to area students

Scholarship recipient Haley Brady shows off her cape in celebration of being awarded a scholarship.

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – The CalvertHealth Foundation Scholarship Committee recently awarded the largest scholarship total in its history, offering $170,231 to 35 recipients. Twenty-three of the applicants will receive Allied Health scholarships and seven of the applicants will receive E. Anne Spitzer scholarships.

The latter is specifically intended for students seeking a degree in medicine. Since the scholarship program began in 1991, it has awarded more than 545 scholarships totaling $925,000 in student aid.

Each recipient received a gift box to celebrate their achievements. Vice President of Brand Strategy and Philanthropy, Theresa Johnson, said, “We are honored to be able to provide this support to students who are actively seeking higher education in a paramedical or medical field. She added, “We are always looking for motivated and compassionate students to join our team and help us achieve our vision of making a difference in every life we ​​touch.”

The 2022 scholarship recipients are Hannah Akil, University of Maryland, Nursing; Madison Attick, Salisbury University, Nursing; Rachel Black, Shenandoah, Doctor of Physical Therapy; Danielle Bowman, University of Washington, MEDEX Northwestern Medical Assistance Program; Julia Carbo, College of Southern Maryland, Nursing; Logan Davis, University of Lynchburg, Doctor of Physical Therapy; Emily Farrell, York College of Pennsylvania, nursing; Erin Field, Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine; Laila Flores, Xavier University of Louisiana, major in biology/pre-medicine; Peyton Fort, Cornell University, Masters in Health Care Administration; Shaniqua Hasell, Howard Community College, Dental Hygiene; Ava Jabara, Duquesne University, Pre-Medical and Health Professions Undergraduate Program; Katie Johnson, University of Lynchburg PA School of Medicine, Doctor of Medical Science Program; Anastassia Kerasidis, Georgetown School of Medicine, MD; Courtney Locke, Fortis College-Lanover, Dental Hygiene; Candice Mackall, College of Southern Maryland, Nursing; Madilyn Mandich, Shenandoah University, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program; Zoey Masters, Stevenson University, nursing; Kathleen McClellan, Towson University, MSc in Speech Language Pathology; Meagan McCurry, St. George’s University, MD; Sabrina McGuigan, York College of Pennsylvania, Respiratory Therapy; Madison Paige, Towson University, Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology; William Pellegrino, Ohio State University College of Medicine, MD; Camden Perella, York College of Pennsylvania, nursing; Mark Rachic, College of Geneva, Nursing; Rebecca Reimer, Wake Forest, School of Medicine, physician assistant; Dataya Resenois, Howard University, nursing; Alyssa Rose, Baltimore County Community College, Occupational Therapy Assistant; Taylor Rowder, University of Lynchburg, Nursing; Lily Severson, University of Maryland, biology assistant/pre-med studies; Savannah Staples, Towson University, Nursing; Taylor Tolson, Coastal Carolina University, Exercise and Sport Sciences; Patrese Toye, Fortis College, X-Ray Technology; Rebecca Yoder, Towson University, speech-language pathology and audiology; Megan Zegel, Salisbury University, Nursing.

The 2023-2024 scholarship application will open in January 2023 and applications should be submitted by April 30, 2023.

For more information, contact the Foundation office at 410.414.4570 or visit

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