Victoria Sullivan, an undergraduate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, is the recipient of the Adore Me Spring 2017 Scholarship. The company launched the scholarship in 2016 to support women pursuing degrees in business and business-related fields. The scholarship provides $1,000 to women who have demonstrated the ability to lead on their campuses and in their communities, and who have started their own business, or have plans to start one.
Victoria Sullivan is the first winner of the newly-launched scholarship. As a leader on campus, she serves as Vice President of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society, and has acted as captain of several intramural sports teams. She was chosen as the Adore Me Scholarship winner due to her demonstration of leadership skills and other traits of a future entrepreneur.
Adore Me founder and CEO, Morgan Hermand-Waiche, who launched the company while in business school, started the Adore Me scholarship to encourage entrepreneurship among women studying business.
For more information on future scholarships, visit the Adore Me scholarship website.