Congratulations to Anastasia Conyers Graduate of 2019

Anastasia Conyers, a 2015 Scholar

Anastasia Conyers, our 2015 scholar, is the second student to graduate college with the help of Connie Priscilla Fund. May 2019, she received her undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech University with a major in theater. One of Anastasia’s many highlights at Virginia Tech was performing a documentary theater piece at the Smithsonian of American History at the ACCelerate Conference. She will continue her scholastic journey with her graduate school acceptance to Virginia Tech University. Anastasia will be studying to get her Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Business Analytics (MSBA-BA) degree.

“Literally God has been coming through. It all started with you all my freshman year!” ~ Anastasia Conyers

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