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KCTCS announces All-Academic Team

Published on May 12, 2020

Versailles, Ky. – The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) is honoring its top students for the 2019-20 academic year. Thirty-two students, two from each of the 16 colleges, were selected for the KCTCS All-Academic Team. Students were chosen based on a rigorous process that focuses on academic performance and community service.

This year’s team members are:

  • Ashland Community and Technical College: Lacey Estep and Tiffany Kiwabonga
  • Big Sandy Community and Technical College: Sloane Crum and Carrie Murray
  • Bluegrass Community and Technical College: Cassidy Caid and Anna Santrock
  • Elizabethtown Community and Technical College: Tiffany Dowell and Andrew Martin
  • Gateway Community and Technical College: Momoka Kinder and Jessica Warner
  • Hazard Community and Technical College: Alexandra Miller and Jesse Wright
  • Henderson Community College: Paul Daly and Jacqueline Teehan
  • Hopkinsville Community College: Emma Karleen Sunderhaus and Jennifer Gomez Villegas
  • Jefferson Community and Technical College: Daniel Lemaster and Serenity Rogers
  • Madisonville Community College: Laci Norman and Brittany Spriggs
  • Maysville Community and Technical College: Lindsey Moore Roach and Amy Withrow
  • Owensboro Community and Technical College: Gage Camron and Patrick Edge
  • Somerset Community College: Anas El-Halawany and Jordan Powell
  • Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College: Alice Bratcher and Jonathan McDermott
  • Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College: Alyssa Adams and Lindsay Bentley
  • West Kentucky Community and Technical College: Amber Lyons and Rhett Sutton

KCTCS is also honoring two Kentucky New Century Scholars. Jordan Powell, a physical therapy assistant student at Somerset Community College, has been named the New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar. Momoka Kinder, a Gateway Community and Technical College student who is working toward an Associate in Applied Science degree with a computer information technology programming option, is the New Century Transfer Scholar.

The New Century Scholars program annually recognizes 104 Scholars. Each New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar receives special recognition at the Association of Community College Trustees Congress. New Century Transfer Pathway Scholars receive special recognition at the American Association of Community Colleges Convention.

The New Century Scholarship program is sponsored by The Coca-Cola Foundation, The Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, the American Association of Community Colleges and Phi Theta Kappa.


EDITOR’S NOTE: Individual photos of the honorees are available from each college. Please contact your local college’s marketing team.