2021 Alpha Eta Rho Scholarship Recipients
|Victoria Lorenzon – Air Cargo Carriers Scholarship Winner
Victoria is a senior at Kent State University majoring in Aeronautics. She is currently a
commercial pilot who will be using this scholarship to fund her CFI training. Victoria is a
successful student at Kent State, recently making the Dean’s List. She is also an active member
in the Kappa Alpha Chapter of AHP. Her main goal with the chapter is to get them more
involved in volunteering for the local community. Victoria’s involvement also goes further than
AHP. She is President of Kent State’s Women in Aviation Chapter and is also using that
organization to give back to the community. We are very proud to assist Victoria in her future
flight training with this scholarship!
|Grace Kane - FedEx Scholarship Winner
Grace is a senior at Saint Louis University – Parks College, and she’s majoring in Flight Science.
She is currently a commercial pilot, and plans to use this scholarship to fund her CFI training.
One of her favorite aspects of AHP is the philanthropic work Pi Chapter does with Wings of
Hope, a St. Louis based organization. Outside of AHP, Grace is an outstanding student and
prominent member in the local aviation community. She founded the Women in Aviation
Chapter at SLU, and has grown it to over 50 members. Grace is a terrific example of what it
means to be a good student, leader, and future professional in the industry.
Alysse Matteson - Mesa Airlines Scholarship Winner
|James "Torr" Coulthard - Mesa Airlines Scholarship Winner
James “Torr” is a senior at Auburn University majoring in Aviation Management. He is a terrific
student, making the Dean’s List multiple times while boasting an impressive GPA. He is
currently serving as the Chair of the Fundraising Committee for Gamma Chapter. He is aiding in
the growth of his chapter’s finances, but he is also helping Gamma get more involved in
community service and professional development. Not only is Torr actively involved in AHP,
but he is also in the International Students Organization and Honors College at Auburn. He plans
to use this scholarship to enable him to continue his research, and we are happy that he is
representing the organization.