President's Service Volunteer Award Winners 2022

MD and UD Cyclones received The President's Volunteer Service Award during their respective Chapels.
In 2003, the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation founded the President’s Volunteer Service Award to recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.

The PVSA has continued under each administration, honoring the volunteers who are using their time and talents to solve some of the toughest challenges facing our nation.

MD Presidential Volunteer Service Awards 2022

Rani Aamir
Amaar Aslam
Umar Aslam
Fahim Nazir
Sage Ralls

Kingston Schwartz
Scarlett Schwartz

Annabelle Cherian
Sneha Devakonda
Avery Guhl
Caroline Heaslet
Rishika Shah

UD Presidential Volunteer Service Awards 2022

Meera Abuelshar
Anna Agarwal
Alya Bakir
Evelyn Barnett
Danzel Chen
Davis Currie
Dyson Fay
Sydney Hulen
Ethan Knowles
Aanika Kumar
Emilia Mantilla-Ochoa
Ripley Potts
Nonie Reding
Humza Saif
Claire Samara
Anika Shrivastava
Maysa Slobodov
Sophia Stidham
James Sun
Thatcher Wallis
Sarah Warren

Olivia Chapman
Lottie Fares
Gage Martin
Annalise Reynolds
David Ruffin
Ava Sachdev
Ria Sachdev
Luke Schwartz
Sulaiman Shah
Niousha Sima
Rachel Zewdie

Baano Aamir
Christopher Bankhead
Nicholas Castilla
Ben Couch
Abhi Devakonda
Haydan Hansen
Raymond Jiang
Eddy Kang
Lauren Kim
Ishaa Mehta
Quincy Nelson
Mason Northup
Krish Patel
Krishen Raju
Arad Rezaei Anzabi
Somya Verma
Kelsey Vorel
Joseph Zacharias
Ayan Zubair
Haya Zubair

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