Pictured are the 2022 Haskell Scholarship Award winners. Top row, from left: Brenna Rampulla, Carson Haines, Christina Boyum, Emma Goode, Gabriella Barraza, Gabrielle Heuler, Jeet Shah. Bottom row, from left: London Horne, Marcus Click, Mason Miller, Quentin Koeninger, Sydney Friley, TayLeigh Lauramore, Thomas Odom and Tia Schoening.

May 31, 2022

Haskell Awards Scholarships to 15 Members of the Class of 2022

Since the program was created in 2003, Haskell has awarded over $322,000 in scholarships to more than 145 of its team members’ college-aged children.

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The children of 15 Haskell team members will receive this year’s Haskell Company Scholarship awards, the company has announced. The four-year academic scholarships totaling $6,000 are awarded to children of eligible team members for undergraduate studies at accredited colleges, universities and post-secondary vocational and trade schools.

The Scholarship Committee reviews candidate application packages and bases the awards on grade-point average, class rank, strength of academic program, school activities, sports involvement, outside work, educational goals and career aspirations. In addition, each candidate submits three letters of recommendation.

“At Haskell, our culture not only extends to our team members but also to their families," said David Thaeler, EVP & Chief Human Resources Officer. “The strengths, accomplishment, and community impact from volunteerism of the applicants were extremely impressive. We are proud to recognize these students and wish them the best with their academic success.”

Since the scholarship program was created in 2003, Haskell has awarded more than $322,000 in scholarships to more than 145 of its team members’ college-aged children. The program was expanded in 2017 to include rising college or trade school sophomores to reward those who excelled in their first year of post-high school instruction.

Scholarship Committee members are Allison Achorn, Amy Bonnette, Barbara Cotes, Brian Roundtree, David Thaeler, Kally Gibbs, Nancy Rhoads, Renee Harrell and Saravanan Gopal.

Recipients from the Class of 2022 are:

  • Brenna Rampulla, daughter of Steve Rampulla, Director of Preconstruction Services, Infrastructure & Transportation (I&T) Planning & Development, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Carson Haines, daughter of Charlotte Haines, Lead Interior Designer, Architecture & Engineering (AE) Support Services, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Christina Boyum, daughter of Jon Boyum, Lead Structural Engineer, Industrial Design Division, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Emma Goode, daughter of Ben Goode, Senior Safety Subject Matter Expert (SME), Jacksonville, Florida
  • Gabriella Barraza, daughter of Soren Barraza, Lead Structural Engineer & BID Prequalification Analyst, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) AE, and Juliana Barraza Procurement & Contracting Analyst, Miami, Florida
  • Gabrielle Heuler, daughter of Jason Heuler, Senior Project Manager, I&T Group Management, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Jeet Shah, son of Nikhil Shah, Senior Design Manager, I&T AE, Jacksonville, Florida
  • London Horne, son of Donald Horne, Director of Enterprise Applications, Information Technology, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Marcus Click, son of Carrie Click, Workforce Development Specialist, Workforce Development/University Relations, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Mason Miller, son of Todd Miller, Design Director, Industrial Design Division, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Quentin Koeninger, son of Shannon Koeninger, Director of Engineering, Civil Infrastructure Division, Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Sydney Friley, daughter of Tracey Friley, Senior Architect, Healthcare Design Division, Jacksonville, Florida
  • TayLeigh Lauramore, daughter of Teresa Lauramore, Accounts Payable Supervisor, General Accounting, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Thomas Odom, son of Chrissy Cousins, Office Supervisor, CPG Packaging Engineering, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Tia Schoening, daughter of David Schoening, Design Director, I&T AE, Jacksonville, Florida

The committee expresses its congratulations to the Class of 2022 recipients.

Haskell is hiring! Join an employer committed to providing its team members the best jobs of their lives.

Haskell delivers more than $1 billion annually in Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC) and Consulting solutions to assure certainty of outcome for complex capital projects worldwide. Haskell is a global, fully integrated, single-source design-build and EPC firm with over 2,000 highly specialized, in-house design, construction and administrative professionals across industrial and commercial markets. With 20+ office locations around the globe, Haskell is a trusted partner for global and emerging clients.

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