Bravura generously awarded 8 deserving young ladies with a
total of $40,000 in scholarship funds for the 2020-21 school year. Now in its
third year, the NMTC STEM program allowed for female students in Harford and
Cecil Counties who are pursuing a four-year college education in science,
technology, engineering, or mathematics, a chance to win $5,000 to go toward
their higher learning. CEO Claudine Adams, who is the leader of a woman-owned,
STEM field company, encourages the advancement of women and is proud to
acknowledge the following recipients: Rahma Abouelmagd- pursuing biology/organic
chemistry, Sandra Ikejiofor- pursuing biology of global health, Samantha Brown-
pursuing mathematics, Katerina Loomis- pursuing biochemistry nutrition, Alexis
Cook- pursuing physical therapy, Isabella Messick- pursuing veterinary
medicine, Isabel Gallagher- pursuing mechanical engineering, and Emily Nguyen-
pursuing biological sciences. Bravura congratulates you all and wishes you success
in your future endeavors!


Briana Harris | Media Specialist