Haskell Scholarship Award winners from the Class of 2023 are as follows: Top row: Hunter Adler, Camila Carrillo, Trenton Crawford, Madeline Gambino, Cameron Jackson. Second row: Tehiyashri Joshi, Benjamin Lentz, Trever Lyons, Zoey Marcinkowski, Maia McEvoy. Third row: Hannah McLeer, Taylor Moore, Gabrielle O’Steen, Melisande Penh, Hannah Robison. Fourth row: Emiliano Rosales. Martin Rosales, Brandon Shaw, Hailey Warwick, Phillip Wunderlich.

June 6, 2023

Haskell Awards Scholarships to 20 Members of the Class of 2023

Since the program was created in 2003, Haskell has awarded over $422,000 in scholarships to more than 190 of its team members’ college-aged children.


This year, 20 children of Haskell team members will receive a Haskell Company Scholarship award, the company has announced. The four-year academic scholarships totaling $6,000 are awarded for undergraduate studies at accredited colleges, universities and post-secondary vocational and trade schools.

The Scholarship Committee reviews candidate applications and chooses recipients based on criteria that include grade-point average (GPA), 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.

“We are pleased to be able to support the children of our team members by assisting them in achieving their educational goals,” said David Thaeler, Haskell Chief Human Resources Officer. “The Scholarship Committee was extremely impressed by the level of commitment of the scholarship winners to making their communities a better place while balancing academic schedules, extra-curricular activities and, in many cases, part-time work. This year, we were fortunate to add several of our international team members’ children to our scholarship recipient ranks as they pursue their career aspirations.”

Haskell has awarded more than $422,000 in scholarships to more than 190 of its team members’ college-age children since the program started in 2003.

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

Haskell Scholarship Award Winners for 2023 are:

  • Benjamin Lentz, son of Bet Lentz, Design Director, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Brandon Shaw, son of Judy Deshler, Director of Marketing – Planning & Development, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Cameron Jackson, daughter of Robert Jackson, Director of Engineering, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Camila Carrillo, daughter of Guillermo Carrillo, Director of Construction, Mexico
  • Emiliano Rosales, son of Martin Rosales, Procurement & Inventory Specialist, Mexico
  • Gabrielle O’Steen, daughter of Kasey O’Steen, Supervisor of Reprographics, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Hailey Warwick, daughter of Dawn Warwick, Technical Training Lead, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Hannah McLeer, daughter of Matt McLeer, Geotechnical Quality SME, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Hannah Robison, daughter of Tony Robison, Senior Project Manager, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Hunter Adler, son of Kristilee Adler, Director of Corporate Marketing, and Austin Adler, Senior Quality Coordinator, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Madeline Gambino, daughter of Chris Gambino, Senior Associate – Process, works from home
  • Maia McEvoy, daughter of Kevin McEvoy, Director of Project Development, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Martin Rosales, son of Martin Rosales, Procurement & Inventory Specialist, Mexico
  • Melisande Penh , daughter of Madison Penh, Project Associate – Automation, Dallas, Texas
  • Phillip Wunderlich, son of Gary Wunderlich, Lead Architect, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Taylor Moore, daughter of Richard Moore, Director of Construction, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Tehjyashri Joshi, daughter of Jignyasu Joshi, Regional Safety Manager, Malaysia
  • Trenton Crawford, son of Joshua Crawford, Senior Project Design Manager, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Trever Lyons, son of Traves Lyons, Cortez Technical Superintendent, Oklahoma
  • Zoey Marcinkowski, daughter of Kristin Anderson, Project Engineer – Mechanical, Jacksonville, Florida

Haskell delivers $2± 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 2,200 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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