2014 Legacy Winners

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  • Susan Thompson

    Susan Thompson

    Susan Thompson, PhD is the CEO and founder of Kohana, a family company devoted to developing life-changing breast pump products for new mothers. Just months after having her first baby, Susan quickly found herself entering into the world of Mompreneurs. As a Biomedical Engineering PhD candidate and new mother, she… More

  • Megalya Marquez

    Megalya Marquez

    Megalya Marquez decided to become a scientist when she was still in kindergarten. Although her plans have become more refined now, and she has added a few more items to the list, Megalya has remained true to her first passionate interest, investigating the world. In 2008, while in middle school,… More

  • Daniel Kim

    Daniel Kim

    Daniel Kim, a high school junior from the Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) in Santa Ana, CA, has combined his love for history with his burning passion for performance. For his achievements, he has won this year’s Legacy Award for the Humanities, a prize given annually by the… More

  • Sam Greenberg

    Sam Greenberg

    Growing up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Sam Greenberg found inspiration from his mother, who is a primary care doctor and works closely with many homeless and low-income patients. While a sophomore in high school, Sam began volunteering at the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, a student run homeless shelter on Harvard’s campus. What… More

  • Carley DeFranco

    Carley DeFranco

    She is young and talented, with high ambition and a passion for working with fellow musicians and students of music. Soprano Carley DeFranco is currently working on a Master of Music degree, studying with Carol Mastrodomenicao, at the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge, MA. Carley’s most recent… More