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Student Panel
Faculty/Staff Panel
Snead State Community College Students Recognized for Their Achievements

Snead State Community College spotlighted students on Wednesday, April 27, for their achievements.

Award recipients include:

• Accounting – Isabel Garcia Rios of Albertville.
• Agricultural Science – Chase Kitchens of Albertville.
• All-Alabama Academic Team members – Chase Williams of Boaz and Stephen Dean of Oneonta.
• Anatomy/Physiology – Caroline Smith of Boaz.
• Biology- Fall Highest Biology 103 Average – Fiena Fuadah of Boaz; Spring Highest Biology 103 Average – Sarah Morgan of Stevenson.
• Business (Transfer Program) – Lawrence Hammonds of Hoover.
• Business (Applied) – Peyton Mooney of Dawson.
• Chemistry (Inorganic) – McKenzie Williams of Boaz; Alyssa Stanley of Crossville and Jansen Rogers of Boaz.
• Chemistry (Organic) – Salma Santiago of Albertville, Chase Williams of Boaz, and Mauren Arreaga of Albertville.
• Chemistry – Sarah Morgan of Stevenson, Stephen Dean of Oneonta, Amber Lopez of Horton, and Alyssa Cook of Crossville.
• Computer Science (Cybersecurity) – Christopher Adam Self of Boaz.
• Computer Science (IT Administration) – Marckenson Etienne of Albertville.
• Computer Science (Transfer) – Michelle Patel of Albertville.
• Dean’s Awards – Amber Lopez of Horton (Academic) and Jake Knighten of Boaz (Technical).
• Economics – Grace Kelley of Boaz.
• English – Hannah Ball of Guntersville and Emily Ledbetter of Albertville.
• History (US History) – McKenzie Williams of Boaz.
• History (Western Civilization) – Lillian Thompson of Horton.
• Industrial Maintenance (Welding) – Rodolfo Baltazar Diego of Albertville.
• Industrial Systems Technology – Anthony Vazquez of Albertville.
• Mathematics – Cole Bowling of Guntersville (Freshman Award) and Ruby Reyes of Albertville (Sophomore Award).
• Music – (Best All-Around Music Student) Taven Baker of Boaz.
• Nursing – Jesslyn Barrentine of Odenville (Highest GPA-First Level RN). Rebecca Oden of Boaz (Highest GPA-Second Level RN), Siera Stegeman of Albertville (Clinical Excellence-First Level RN), and Shay Colvin of Boaz (Clinical Excellence-Second Level).
• Philosophy – Aubrey Parker of Fort Payne and Madalyn Droze of Boaz.
• Political Science – Terry Thacker of Attalla.
• President’s Award – Salma Santiago (Academic) and Christopher Self of Boaz (Technical).
• Theater – Nathan Wilson of Arab.

Snead State students receiving transfer scholarships from four-year universities were also recognized. Those students included:

Athens State University
• Jessica Dukelow of Athens
• Sonya Evans of Arab
• Kenleigh Huff of Attalla
• Eric Edge of Gadsden
• Stephen Dean of Oneonta
• Kyndra Harraid of Albertville
• Rylee McCullars of Albertville
• Serra Noojin of Attalla
• Makenlee Wiggins of Boaz
• Benjamin Word of Boaz
• Chantal Eubanks of Guntersville
• Logan Parker of Arab
• Gabrielle Rogers of Attalla

Auburn University
• Brock Biddle of Albertville
• Eric Edge of Gadsden
• Davey Graham of Dawson
• Kenleigh Huff of Attalla
• Michael Kitchens of Albertville
• Carsen Milner of Boaz
• Logan Walls of Boaz
• Chase Williams of Boaz
• Karli Yarbrough of Boaz

Jacksonville State University
• Preston Adelman of Boaz
• Guadalupe Aguilera Chavez of Albertville
• Chala Anderson of Gurley
• Allison Arenth of Anniston
• Mauren Arreaga of Albertville
• Kyler Beshears of Attalla
• Maddux Bopp of Albertville
• Braxton Brooks of Boaz
• Ronald Clark of Gallant
• Maleah Collins of Boaz
• Samuel Cosby of Centre
• Gabriel Cruz of Albertville
• Madeleine Damas of Huntsville
• Erika Duarte of Oneonta
• Eric Edge of Gadsden
• Trey Elledge of Guntersville
• Chloe Farris of Albertville
• Briar Fowler of Springville
• Lizet Cruz Franco of Albertville
• Gabriel Gardner of Crossville
• Diego Gomez of Albertville
• Stephanie Graham of Altoona
• Katherine Gray of Birmingham
• Kelsee Haynes of Cullman
• Alexis Henderson of Boaz
• Hailey Brooke Hill of Boaz
• Kenleigh Huff of Attalla
• Emily Kate Jones of Boaz
• Grace Kelley of Boaz
• Kathryn Langley of Arab
• Madison Lewis of Albertville
• Jeffery Martin of Ball Ground, GA
• Anna Matthews of Boaz
• Kyle Morgan of Attalla
• Alexandra Nance of Boaz
• Serra Noojin of Attalla
• Mary Ocampo of Crossville
• Jacob Peppers of Altoona
• Mackenzie Pitt of Guntersville
• Macy Pointer of Boaz
• Jennifer Pruitt of Boaz
• Ruby Reyes of Albertville
• Alayna Rice of Grant
• Gabrielle Rogers of Attalla
• Andrew Smith of Albertville
• Jocelyn Smith of Dawson
• Alyssa Stanley of Crossville
• Erica Stephens of Altoona
• Carson Swatek of Boaz
• Yuliana Vega of Crossville
• Lauren Ward of Horton
• Ricky Watson of Guntersville
• Destiny Wiley of Altoona
• Sarah Williams of Albertville
• Lauren Womack of Henager

University of Alabama
• Blakely Burr of Bessemer
• Stephen Dean of Oneonta
• Krimson Kidd of Crossville
• Esther Laguerre of Guntersville
• Esly Mesadieu of Albertville
• Robert Stamba of Helena

University of Alabama in Birmingham
• Salma Santiago of Albertville
• Mauren Arreaga of Albertville
• Lawrence Hammonds of Hoover
• Laura Forsythe of Guntersville
• Arturo Ramos Jimenez of Albertville
• Diego Gomez of Albertville
• Julissa Hernandez of Albertville
• Kenleigh Huff of Attalla
• Zuleyma Figueroa of Crossville
• Eric Edge of Gadsden
• Molly Morris of Boaz
• Taylor Freeman of Boaz
• Lauren Womack of Henager
• Mckenna Flynn of Weaver
• Esly Mesadieu of Albertville

University of Alabama in Huntsville
• Abigail Bennett of Scottsboro
• Taylor Freeman of Boaz
• Shannon Hood of Albertville
• Minh Ly of Albertville
• Michelle Patel of Albertville
• Alisha Rogers of Guntersville

University of Montevallo
• Aracely Chacon of Oneonta
• William Owens of Oneonta

The College also recognized students’ achievements through student organizations. The Ambassadors, Phi Beta Lambda and Student Government Association were recognized. The History@Snead organization received the Club of the Year award.