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2014 Servant Leader Scholarship

Read the story in The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet!

Read the story in The Chronicle of Mt. Juliet!

We believe that each person can make a difference for good in his or her community. But without a quality education, it can be very difficult to be the change you want to see in the world. As global peace leader Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

A 2014 graduate of McGavock Comprehensive High School, Brooke Williamson, was awarded the inaugural Servant Leader Scholarship. Brooke was surprised when Dr. Frank Batson, owner of Batson Chiropractic Group, presented the award on May 22, 2014 in front of her classmates at the senior breakfast.

“As long-time members of this community, we’ve set as our company’s mission to be very intentional in making an IMPACT in the community, and we are thrilled at the opportunity to award this scholarship to Brooke, as she is a deserving young leader,” says Dr. Batson. “Brooke sacrificed a lot of time outside of school to impact her community. And we are excited to recognize all her efforts and help her as she continues to serve others with her future in the health care field.”

Brooke Williamson was chosen to receive the $1,500 scholarship because of her service to the school and to her community, including participation in the Health Occupation Students of America, Student Council, National Honor Society, the Red Cross Club, a mentorship with Meharry Medical College, and a shadow program with Nashville General Hospital. Brooke will attend Tennessee Tech University in the fall.

Congratulations to Brooke and to all of the 2014 graduates!

For information about the 2015 Servant Leader Scholarship, please click here.

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