Colgan Students Earn Humanitarian Award

Prince William County Human Rights Commission has selected Colgan's Rania Lateef and her team to receive one of the 2023 Human Rights Awards. Lateef founded Maternal and Child Health Upliftment and Progress (MATCH UP), an organization that uses science, advocacy, and strategic partnerships to improve the quality of life for both mothers and their children on a local and global level.

Colgan students Aerin Kim, Vivian Quint, Quinn Ray, and Charlie Roderick, along with Flint Hill student Zaib Zahir, join Rania on the leadership board of the organization. Colgan Assistant Principal Dr. Parrish is a member of MATCH UP's board of advisors.

To read more about Rania and her team's award and mission, visit the PWCS website.

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Colgan Students Win Humanitarian Award