The Foreign Service Journal, July/August 2018

THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL | JULY-AUGUST 2018 83 AFSA NEWS Maxine Anna Forder – daugh- ter of Kenneth (State, retired) and Sylvie Forder, graduated from Lycée Français Magendie, Bordeaux, France. Plans to attend McGill University to study psychology. Madeleine Leilani Hand – daughter of Katherine Munch- meyer (State) and Henry Hand (State), graduated from Epis- copal High School, Alexandria, Virginia. Plans to attend Colby College. George Alexander Kent – son of George (State) and Velida Kent, graduated from Pechersk School International, Kiev, Ukraine. Plans to attend Harvard College to study international relations. Leah Macht Kleinberg – daugh- ter of Scott Kleinberg (USAID) and Alisa Macht, graduated from George Mason High School, Falls Church, Virginia. Plans to attend the University of Virginia to study biology. Received a CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Academic Merit Award. Alexander E. Knapper – son of Mark (State) and Suzuko Knapper, graduated from St. Albans School, Washington, D.C. Plans to attend Northwestern University to study international relations and journalism. Alina Joan Kramp – daughter of Eric (State) and Kyoko Kramp, graduated from Cranbrook Upper School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Plans to attend Yale University to study theater. Abigail Macy – daughter of John (USAID) and Amy Macy, graduated from Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Cincinnati, Ohio. Plans to attend Carnegie Mellon University to study violin performance. Also received an Art Honorable Mention Award. Clara Matton – daughter of Richard Matton (State) and Nancy Fisher, graduated from George Mason High School, Falls Church, Virginia. Plans to attend Cornell University to study computer science. Received the Turner C. Cameron Jr. Memorial Academic Merit Award. Meghan Murphy – daughter of W. Patrick Murphy (State) and Kathleen Norman, gradu- ated from George Mason High School, Falls Church, Virginia. Plans to attend Brown University to study international relations. Received the Donald S. Memo- rial and Maria Giuseppa Spigler Academic Merit Award and the Linda K. Fitzgerald Memorial Community Service Award. Sophie Nichols – daughter of Brian Nichols (State) and Ger- aldine Kam (State), graduated from Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lima, Peru. Plans to attend the University of Penn- sylvania to study philosophy, politics and economics. Received a Joanna and Robert Martin Academic Merit Award. Kristian Noll – son of George (State) and KimMarie Noll, grad- uated from Korea International School, Seoul, Korea. Plans to attend St. Olaf College to study political science. Also received the Best Essay Award. Ravi Patch – son of Christopher (State) and Gretel Patch, gradu- ated from the American School of Bombay, Mumbai, India. Plans to attend BrighamYoung Univer- sity to study actuarial science. Ewan Pratt – son of Adrian (State) and Margaret Pratt, graduated from the American School of The Hague, Wassenaar, Netherlands. Plans to attend Northern State University to study international relations. Maxine Anna Forder Madeleine Leilani Hand Forest Evanson George Alexander Kent Leah Macht Kleinberg Alexander E. Knapper Alina Joan Kramp Abigail Macy