Cox Las Vegas awards $35,000 in 2020 diversity scholarships to graduating seniors


Ten college-bound seniors have received more than $35,000 in scholarship money from  Cox Las Vegas this year as part of the annual Cox Diversity Scholarship program in partnership with the Public Education Foundation and Southern Nevada-based diverse organizations.

Since 2014, Cox has been presenting its Cox Diversity Scholarships to graduating seniors in Clark County, totaling $245,000.

Our partnerships with nonprofit diverse organizations enable us to create moments of true human connection, said Michael F. Bolognini, Cox Las Vegas vice president and market leader. “These relationships are a natural extension of our world-class network, which enable us to make connections to home, work, school, services, friends and family.”

Congratulations the 2020 scholarship recipients. Each of the following received $3,500:

Oluwatosin Diyan, College of Southern NV High School East Campus 

Cox and Urban Chamber of Commerce Diversity Scholarship

Alexa Fouts-Fahd, Del Sol Academy of the Performing Arts

Cox and Girls on the Run Diversity Scholarship

Jose Guerrero, Spring Valley High School

Cox and Chicanos Por La Causa Diversity Scholarship  

Nicola Lai, West Career & Technical Academy (WCTA)

Cox and OCA Diversity Scholarship

Christian Lainez-Artiga, East Career and Technical Academy (ECTA)

Cox and Nevada Hispanic Business Group Diversity Scholarship

Caitleen Navarro, Southwest Career & Technical Academy (SWCTA)

Cox and Asian Community Development Council Diversity Scholarship  

Dylan Phung, Coronado High School

Cox and The LGBTQ Center of Southern NV Diversity Scholarship  

Celeste Taylor, College of Southern NV High School East Campus

Cox and Lambda Business Association Diversity Scholarship

Camille Thevenot, Las Vegas Academy of the Arts (LVA)

Cox and Junior League of Las Vegas Diversity Scholarship

Alisha Williams, Cimarron-Memorial High School

Cox and Las Vegas Urban League Diversity Scholarship