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Inclusion, Access and Success Award

Established in 1984, the Inclusion, Access and Success (formerly the Human Relations) Award honors persons who have been instrumental in making postsecondary education opportunities available to historically underrepresented students.

Previous Award Winners:

  • 2016 - Jonathan Burdick
  • 2015 - Audrey Smith and Coalition for HB 1079
  • 2014 - Janice Downing
  • 2013 - Alfred Herrera and Julie Kampschroeder
  • 2012 - Richard Alvarez
  • 2011 - Chris Milton and Karen Staller
  • 2010 - Aliza Gilbert and Posse Foundation
  • 2009 - Admission Possible
  • 2008 - College Goal Sunday
  • 2007 - Advancement Via Individual Determination
  • 2006 - Alejandra Rinc√≥n
  • 2005 - Whitney Laughlin
  • 2004 - Pathways to College Network
  • 2003 - The Daniels Fund
  • 2002 - Dr. Arnold Mitchem
  • 2001 - Jacob Schramm
  • 2000 - I Have a Dream Foundation
  • 1999 - Susan Chipley
  • 1998 - Roberto Haro
  • 1997 - Edward Bell
  • 1996 - Donald Johnson
  • 1995 - Robert Albright, Gloria de Leon and Ernesto Nieto  
  • 1994 - Laurice Sommers  
  • 1993 - Carl F. Brown
  • 1992 - J. Alan Marks and Betty Schneider
  • 1991 - Silas Purnell 
  • 1990 - Samuel H. Johnson 
  • 1989 - Betty Fairfax     
  • 1988 - NACAC Human Relations Committees of 1986  & 1987 for the development of Guide for Parents:  Ronald C. Ancrum, Rosetta L. Gooden, Audrey T. Hill, Naomi Kuziemski, Leslie K. Lane-Epps, Geverna Levels, Brian J. Lewis, Walter M. Pritchett, Clifton B. Rawles, Thedore Sherron and Anthonio Solorzano, Jr.
  • 1987 - Clarence Mixon 
  • 1986 - Marion R. Flagg 
  • 1985 - Jack Wright 
  • 1984 - William R. Davis

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