Scholarship Recipients

2018 KMR Group Foundation Scholarship Recipients

The 2018 class of KMR Group Foundation represents 25 students from 15 high schools in Clark County who will now chase their academic dreams at Clark College and Washington State University Vancouver. They will pursue degrees in medicine, business, communications and psychology, to name just a few of the degree programs these students will be entering. They were chosen for their high academic achievements, involvement in student activities and community service. The Foundation congratulates them and wishes them well.

  • Cambrie Korpela – Battle Ground High School
  • Kathryn Saba – CAM Academy
  • Kristen Saba – CAM Academy
  • Michael Saba – CAM Academy
  • Mark Kovalenko – Camas High School
  • Sean Murray – Cascadia Tech Academy
  • Kathryn Klaus – Evergreen High School
  • Yanhira Aguilar – Evergreen High School
  • Shalynn Taison- Heritage High School
  • Allyson Findlay – Hockinson High School
  • Brian Schauer – Hockinson High School
  • Mikayla Holmes – Homelink River High School
  • Hannah Mixon – Hudson’s Bay High School
  • Elizabeth Horton- La Center High School
  • Faith Shannon – La Center High School
  • Kira Hall – La Center High School
  • Hailey Harris – Ridgefield High School
  • Linden Sarkinen- Prairie High School
  • Anukon Luangphasy – Prairie High School
  • Sierra Leonard – Prairie High School
  • Andrew Coaker – Skyview High School
  • Ian Harris- Washougal High School
  • Kate Northcut – Washougal High School
  • Nicholas Erickson – Washougal High School
  • Christina Starks – Vancouver School of the Arts

2017 KMR Group Foundation Scholarship Recipients

Back row, left to right: Kiersten Goebel, Beau Holladay, Angelina Albulov, Braden Lewis, Morgan Dunn, Bailey Haines and Alexandria Darienzo
Front row: Leeanna Edman, Elexis Cadena, Lilly Kovalenko, Taylor Wright, Abigail Matson, Marissa Valencia-Mendez and Elyia Lebow.

The 2017 class of KMR Group Foundation scholars represent 24 students from 14 high schools in Clark County who will now chase their academic dreams at Clark College and Washington State University Vancouver. They will pursue degrees in medicine, business, communications and psychology, to name just a few of the degree programs these students will be entering. They were chosen for their high academic achievements, involvement in student activities and community service. The Foundation congratulates them and wishes them well.

  • Hunter Lindberg — Battle Ground High School
  • Morgan Dunn — Camas High School
  • Lilly Kovalenko — Camas High School
  • Bailey Haines — Columbia River High School
  • Elexis Cadena — Evergreen High School
  • Taylor Wright — Evergreen High School
  • Leeanna Edman — Evergreen High School
  • Abigail Matson — Firm Foundation Christian School
  • Madison Armes — Fort Vancouver High School
  • Adelyn Ofuasia — Heritage High School
  • Kaitlan Belocura —Heritage High School
  • Taylor Jason — Heritage High School
  • Angelina Albulov — Heritage High School
  • Hailey Runyon — Hockinson High School
  • Beau Holladay —Hockinson High School
  • Alexandria Darienzo — La Center High School
  • Jeremy Scott — La Center High School
  • MacKenzie Haverlack — La Center High School
  • Kiersten Goebel — Prairie High School
  • Elyia Lebow — Ridgefield High School
  • Braden Lewis — Ridgefield High School
  • Beth Hanrahan — Vancouver School of the Arts
  • Samantha Nguyen — Union High School
  • Marissa Valencia-Mendez — Vancouver iTech Prep School

2016 KMR Group Foundation Scholarship Recipients

kmr_scholorship-2bBack row, left to right: Emma Reyes, Justine Spritzer, Catherine Chaisson, Jadyn Palosaari, Kristen Hall, Cory Chapin, Kody Laurence
Middle row: Kendra Herigstad, Hannah Roberts, Htu Shan, Makena Kerr, Caroline Wade, Courtney Gaasland, Madison Reeves
Front row: Riley Smetzler, Roe Dyer, My My Le

KMR Group Foundation awarded a record 31 scholarships in 2016, allowing these students from Clark County high schools to pursue their academic dreams at Clark College or Washington State University Vancouver. This diverse group achieved not only high academic standards, but excelled in athletic endeavors and contributed hundreds of hours of community service. KMR congratulates them on their accomplishments.

  • Andrew Nevue – Skyview High School WSU Vancouver
  • Caroline Wade – La Center High School Clark College
  • Castine Cruz – Fort Vancouver High School Clark College
  • Catherine Chaisson – Columbia River High School WSU Vancouver
  • Cory Chapin – Hockinson High School WSU Vancouver
  • Courtney Gaasland – Evergreen High School WSU Vancouver
  • Emma Reyes – Heritage High School Clark College
  • Felix Valencia – Vancouver High School Clark College
  • Hannah Roberts – Columbia River High School WSU Vancouver
  • Htu Shan – Evergreen High School Clark College
  • Inna Mirgorodova – Union High School WSU Vancouver
  • Jadyn Palosaari – Heritage High School WSU Vancouver
  • Justine Spritzer – La Center High School WSU Vancouver
  • Kendra Herigstad – Camas High School Clark College
  • Kinai Kiyokawa – Hockinson High School Clark College
  • Kody Laurence – Evergreen High School Clark College
  • Kristen Hall – River Homelink High School Clark College
  • Liam Sarkinen – Hockinson High School WSU Vancouver
  • Lynsey Gates – Heritage High School Clark College
  • Madison Reeves – Battle Ground High School WSU Vancouver
  • Magnus Kofoed – Columbia River High School WSU Vancouver
  • Makena Kerr – Fort Vancouver High School Clark College
  • Moneca Roath – Heritage High School WSU Vancouver
  • My My Le – Heritage High School WSU Vancouver
  • Olivia Jones – Ridgefield High School Clark College
  • Paige Horton – La Center High School Clark College
  • Riley Smetzler – Ridgefield High School Clark College
  • Roe Dyer – Battle Ground High School Clark College
  • Stephanie Do – Henrietta Lacks Health and Bioscience High School Clark College
  • Taylor Riordan – Skyview High School WSU Vancouver