|2018 Application Reference|
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Alisa’s Angels Foundation embraces inclusiveness, diversity, and equal opportunity as core values. We understand that the community is stronger when the gifts of all people are respected, embraced and maximized.
Accordingly, Alisa’s Angels Foundation does not discriminate in awarding scholarships, employment, or any other matters based upon race, creed, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. Consistent with this policy, Alisa’s Angels Foundation will assist students, hire employees, administrator programs and activities, grant scholarships and loans, and otherwise afford all persons with every right or privilege granted by Alisa’s Angels Foundation without regard to race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.
Rudy Padilla, 2007 recipient
After spending time as a prosecutor with the Pima County Attorney’s Office. Rudy is now with the University of Arizona as a civil rights investigator. Rudy volunteers with several organizations in Tucson providing victim support services and has twice served on the Alisa’s Angels scholarship selection committee. You may also recognize Rudy from the gala, where he is the co-master of ceremony for the evening.
Graduating high school seniors from across Arizona are eligible for the scholarships.
Alisa’s Angels scholarship recipients are working and attending school throughout the nation, from Washington state to Washington DC, Maine to Michigan, Oregon to Orlando.