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Hispanic Women’s Network Announces Latinas In Progress Scholarship Recipients

The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas (HWNT) Fort Worth chapter recently announced its 2020 Latinas in Progress (LIP) scholarship recipients. Annually, students who successfully complete the LIP program are awarded scholarships from charitable members, donors and universities.

LIP collaborates with area universities and colleges to motivate graduating high school Latinas toward achieving their dreams of a college degree. It not only acclimates participants and their parents with the rigors of college but also equips them with vital tools to enrich their personal and professional lives.

The 2020 recipients include students from multiple Fort Worth ISD schools:

$ 500 Denise Ruiz, Green B Trimble Technical

$ 500 Leslie Oseguera, Arlington Heights

$ 500 Andrea Garcia, Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences

$ 500 Savanah Martinez, Green B Trimble Technical

$ 500 Adriana Calamaco, Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences

$ 500 Noemi Camacho, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 500 Kimberly Castillo, Arlington Heights

$ 500 Marissa Myers, Southwest

$ 500 Alejandra Arellano, Arlington Heights

$ 750 Jade Molina, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 750 Zahira Wilson, Green B Trimble Technical

$ 750 Mayra Sanchez, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 750 Kayla Ramirez, Benbrook Middle-High School

$ 750 Alexia Castillo, Tarrant County College Early Collegiate

$ 750 Lizette Garcia, Arlington Heights

$ 750 Arlett Almaraz, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 1,000 Stefhania Chavez, Marine Creek Collegiate

$ 1,000 Maria-Fatima Espinosa, North Side

$ 1,000 Valerie Jaure, Southwest

$ 1,000 Serenada Sanchez, Southwest

$ 1,000 Stephanie Torres, Southwest

$ 1,000 Elizabeth Chavez, R.L. Paschal

$ 1,000 Wendi Patron, Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences

$ 1,000 Angela Villagomez, Southwest

$ 1,000 Julissa Arango, Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences

$ 1,000 Diana Rodriguez Cruz, Amon Carter-Riverside

$ 1,000 Kimberly Castaneda, Young Women's Leadership Academy

$ 1,000 Alexandra Gonzalez, Green B Trimble Technical

$ 1,000 Vanessa Goné, South Hills

$ 1,000 Destiny Munoz, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 1,000 Claudia Diaz, Young Women's Leadership Academy

$ 1,000 Yasmin Medina, Marine Creek Collegiate

$ 1,000 Flor Diaz, North Side

$ 1,000 Victoria Arriaga, R.L. Paschal

$ 1,125 Daniela Castro, Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences

$ 1,200 Abetzahi Lopez, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 1,250 Aracely Rodriguez, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 1,250 Patricia Ortiz, Marine Creek Collegiate

$ 1,500 Alejandra Velazquez, Marine Creek Collegiate

$ 1,750 Janet Solorzano, Amon Carter-Riverside

$ 2,000 Sylvana Martinez, Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences

$ 2,500 Magnolia Marquez, Diamond Hill-Jarvis

$ 260,000 Ruth Huerta, R.L. Paschal *

* Ruth Huerta is the recipient of the HWNT/TCU scholarship. This scholarship, part of the TCU Community Scholars program, is a full ride scholarship that includes room and board, books and an opportunity to study abroad.

With nearly 100 members, HWNT Fort Worth is the largest chapter in Texas. The organization is a multi-cultural mix of men and women of all ages. Through networking and professional development, members help one another reach goals, promote businesses, and offer support and resources to elevate the Hispanic community. Activities include the Latinas in Progress Education Program, Cafe con Leche socials, Stand Up! and much more. 

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