Amy Eppert, Hilltop High School student recently awarded with Athena San Diego Pinnacle Award.
Amy’s school activities have included vice president of the Robotics Club to student leader of the Imperial Beach Reef Project. She also co-created and co-taught a STEM course for incoming freshman, and created and taught an after school program called “Math Buddies” for elementary school students. She was also a member of the Academic Decathlon team. Amy plays the Celtic harp for hospice care, autistic and Down syndrome children, and Alzheimer’s patients. Amy plans to major in biology and minor in computational science and Point Loma Nazarene University and continue on to earn a PhD from UCSD.
Athena San Diego supports the next generation of women leaders in science and technology through its annual Pinnacle Scholarships. These merit-based scholarships are awarded to five (5) qualified graduating high school senior women in the San Diego County and are presented at our annual Pinnacle Awards dinner in the spring.
Athena San Diego’s Pinnacle Awards recognize extraordinary women, men, companies/organizations and educators who personify Athena San Diego’s mission of fostering the personal and professional growth of women through mentoring, education, recognition, and leadership training thereby enhancing competitiveness and opportunity for women in the San Diego business community.
You can learn more about Athena San Diego HERE.