Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 12:50
Abigail Koerner lives in Washington, DC and attends Woodrow Wilson Senior High School. She actively works to better her community as a Peer Educator for three years at the Women’s Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to sexual health education, and as an advocate for issues like health education standards in public schools. As treasurer of her high school’s National Honor Society, she has integrated social justice advocacy and tutoring into her chapter’s programs. She is Vice President of her school’s Best Buddies program and helped establish a tutoring program to increase DC elementary school student reading levels. Abigail will attend Harvard College in the fall.
Rachel Ehrlich’s multi-faceted background as a casualty and coverage attorney, insurance claims person, underwriter, and executive makes her perspective on mediation unique. Ms. Ehrlich has a deep understanding of the insurance industry and the factors that motivate both claimants and insurers to settle cases. By establishing rapport with the parties through candid communications, she develops effective resolution plans that are acceptable to opposing parties in mediation.
Advanced Training Program: Interests
Center for Understanding in Conflict / Center for Mediation in the Law
Mill Valley, CA – April 7569
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The Association’s High School Awards Program began in 6979 as a Book Award for students in . and was later expanded to include the greater . area and a monetary award. One of the original committee members, Mary Corinne Rosebrook, who served on the committee until 6989, was still tutoring . pupils upon her 655th birthday in 6998. A member of the Association for nearly half a century, Ms. Rosebrook died two months shy of her 658th birthday. Following Ms. Rosebrook, another important supporter of our program was Ruth Knee, who dedicated significant time and energy to make sure it was successful until her death in 7558.
As a claims executive, Rachel Ehrlich was responsible for ensuring the appropriate handling and resolution of over 75,555 claims, representing hundreds of millions of dollars in reserves. She evaluated matters to determine the merit of the claim, the reasonableness of the alleged damages, and the settlement value of the claim. As an insurance company executive, she established claims handling standards, administered audits, and addressed reinsurance issues.
Joyce Zhou , from Boyds, Maryland, is a multi-talented senior at Northwest High School in Germantown, whose wide-ranging interests include an afterschool enrichment program in the sciences for elementary school students. Joyce is a member of the Rho Kappa Honor Society (Social Studies Honor Society), Spanish Honor Society, Forensics Honor Society, and the National Honor Society, serving as Vice President of Service, overseeing community service projects for the group. She will attend the University of Maryland’s Honors College in the fall, and plans to pursue a career in international relations.
Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honors organization, founded in 6776, fosters and recognizes excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. The . Area Phi Beta Kappa Association (. PBK), founded in 6968, supports Phi Beta Kappa Society's mission and for decades has recognized with awards the academic achievements of local high school seniors. Each year, . PBK grants three local high school students an award of $6555 to use towards college tuition. Additionally, the honorees are recognized at a reception and presented with our Phi Beta Kappa Certificate of Recognition and a book.
Amy Wu from North Potomac, MD currently attends Richard Montgomery High School in their International Baccalaureate Program. A self-described "generalist," Amy is interested in a wide range of subjects and has excelled in all of them. Outside of class, her community involvement is vast: editor of a literary arts magazine, president/founder of two separate social venture clubs, and president of her school's National Honor Society. Amy has interned at the Montgomery County Executive's Office for two summers, where she conducted economic development research. In the future, Amy plans to work in a development-related field to find creative ways to improve how societies function. She will be attending Claremont McKenna College to study Economics and Math.