Last year's recipient of an inaugural $5,000 Massachusetts Society of Certified Professional Accountants (MSCPA) scholarship is also this year's winner of MSCPA's first $10,000 scholarship. MCLA junior Crystal C. Wojcik, a business major with a concentration in accounting, said it's an exciting feeling to know she's received the highest scholarship from MSCPA two years in a row.
As a vice president of business development for PPD® Laboratories Bioanalytical Lab, Amy Tibbetts '97 has created a career for herself in the science field that makes good use of her people skills to bring novel compounds from the lab to the patients who need them.
Educator Sara Luciani's goal was to become a school principal by the age of 30. Three years ago, she turned 30 and became the head of Stearns Elementary School in Pittsfield, Mass. "I'm pretty young to be a principal," she said, "and I knew it would be difficult, but I did it."