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Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship Informational Webinar
We will be hosting a free webinar to offer more information to prospective applicants. Scholarship personnel will share some tips on applying and take user questions. They will also be available for viewing after the presentation on our YouTube page.

Nov 13, 2019 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Bonnie Raskin
Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship Manager @Institute for Educational Advancement
Bonnie Raskin has spent over a decade as the Program Manager for the Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship at IEA, following a career in television as an executive and producer in addition to assisting the admissions staff at Campbell Hall and Marlborough schools in Los Angeles. Ms. Raskin graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a B.A. in English literature and journalism and did graduate work at Boston University’s School of Speech and Public Communication and the Harvard Business School. Her husband works in television and film production, and their daughter is a graduate student in clinical psychology with a focus on substance abuse and addictive behavior. Ms. Raskin is devoted to animal rescue, rehabilitation and adoption through her involvement with local animal rescue organizations, most recently Wags and Walks. She enjoys the vitality, enthusiasm, smarts, savvy, generosity, support, and camaraderie of her colleagues at IEA and the CDB Scholar community.
Mallory Aldrich
Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship Admissions Coordinator @Insitute for Educational Advancement
Mallory Aldrich graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.A. in Secondary Social Studies Education. She then pursued a MEd. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Gifted Education at Arizona State University. Prior to joining IEA she worked an Advanced Placement High School Social Studies teacher for nearly nine years in Arizona. She is thrilled to be working with CDB Scholarship Program and continuing her work with Gifted Students. Outside of work Mallory loves cheering on her beloved University of Arizona Wildcats, traveling and running.