James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership

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The James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership is awarded on Charter Day at William & Mary. The award is given each year to a William and Mary student who best demostrates sustained leadership of an unusual quality - leadership combined with initiative, character, and an unfailing commitment to leveraging the assets of the College community to address the needs of society. The prize was established in 2005 by the Owens Foundation. The honorees receive a scholarship, a framed citation, and their names are added to a permanent plaque describing the award in the Sadler Center

James Monroe Prize in Civic Leadership Recipients

2005 George E. Srour

2006 Catherine A. Schwenkler

2007 Cosmo Fujiyama

2008 Wendy Chan

2009 Devin Oller

2010 Nicholas J. Belanger

2011 Will Morris

2012 Molly Bulman

2013 Taylor Nelson, class of 2013

2014 Laura Godwin, class of 2014

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