San Bruno Community Foundation Honors 13 Outstanding San Bruno Students with Crestmoor Neighborhood Memorial Scholarship
San Bruno Community Foundation today announced the 2020 recipients of
the Crestmoor Neighborhood Memorial Scholarship. In its fifth year, the
Crestmoor Scholarship provides multi-year college scholarship awards
totaling $190,000 to outstanding San Bruno students who have
demonstrated a strong commitment to the San Bruno community.
2020 Crestmoor Scholars include Capuchino High School seniors Jumana
Abdelgadir, Jun Chan, Isabella Da Silva, Tristan Davis, Karina Diaz
Alvarez, Nadia Koshafa, Alannah Linden, Asia Lopez, and Jomelline Umali
and Skyline College students Pearl Ibeanusi, Jakarta Kumasi-Nakuru,
Kaelynn Malani, and Eric Torres (pictured above, clockwise from top
year’s Crestmoor Scholars all share a deep dedication to giving back to
our community – a quality that is especially important today as San
Bruno rallies to cope with the impacts of COVID-19,” said Emily
Roberts, President of the Foundation’s Board of Directors. “As
activists, student government officers, library volunteers, peer
tutors, campus, club, and church leaders, food drive chairs, and
accomplished athletes, musicians, thespians, and dancers, the 2020
Crestmoor Scholars inspire us with their engagement, empathy, and
leadership. We are thrilled to support their pursuit of a college
education with multi-year scholarships.”
This year's Crestmoor Scholarship program is funded in part by a generous donation from the Joseph W Welch Jr Foundation.
The 2020 Crestmoor Scholars will be recognized at the June 3 SBCF Board meeting, which will be held via Zoom.