OUR GRANTEES AND ALUMNI
Meet the inspiring students we are proud to call LTZ Foundation grantees and alumni.
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Jacob Mackinnon, from Massachusetts, will be attending the Rochester Institute of Technology with a goal of becoming a software engineer to “help solve some real-world problems.” Jacob got an A+ in every course except one, while taking honors and AP classes.
Lindsay holds a Master of Science in Leadership and Higher Education from John Brown University. She worked as a project manager for Consumer Testing Laboratories, but now she and her husband Jason live in Coffeyville, Kansas, where she is currently staying at home with her cute daughter and son.
Kylie graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor's degree, Cum Laude, majoring in Speech and Hearing Science, and has since earned a doctorate in Audiology from Ball State University. She currently is an audiologist and a private practice owner in Greenville, Eaton, and Celina, Ohio, and has two beautiful daughters.
Celine is from California, and graduated from San Diego State University (SDSU) in May 2020 with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences with a minor in Gerontology. She is currently a 3rd year audiology doctoral student at CU Boulder with the same goal of becoming a pediatric audiologist.
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Julia Resciniti, from Pennsylvania, will be attending the Rochester Institute of Technology with current plans to become a lawyer or policy director for a political campaign. Julia carried a 4.38 GPA while taking numerous honors and AP classes during high school.
Christine graduated from Assumption College and has a Master's in Conservation Biology and Applied Ecology. She works as a Plant Protection and Quarantine Officer for the USDA to survey for the Spotted Lanternfly (an exotic pest that causes damage to trees and agriculture in Pennsylvania and other states).