Andres Eduardo Diaz
In his junior year attending Florida International University, Andres is pursuing a degree in Biology and possibly Communication Arts as well. He has taken various leadership roles throughout the FIU community such as Panther Camp facilitators, Peer Mentor, Morale Captain for Dance Marathon and several others. Apart from being involved on campus, Andres is also a brother of Pi Kappa Phi, the fraternity Tony P. is a brother of. He couldn’t have been more grateful to accept this award in the name of a fallen brother and will be using the funds to help his family as well as pay for schooling expenses.
Irelis will attend Miami Dade College. She has been involved in the Foreign Language and Social Studies Honor Societies and the club Phi Beta Chi. She was a Silver Knight Nominee in World Languages and her service to the community provided her to receive the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Irelis also obtained the 10% award and the Congressman Mario Diaz Balart’s Superior Honor Roll. She is thankful for being awarded the Anthony’s Light Scholarship which will help her with her tuition costs in her goals to pursue a career in Psychology.
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