Madeleine Stern, a Broadneck High School senior, has received the 2022 Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship. The $5,000 award is given each year through the Scholarships for Scholars program to a high school senior who has displayed the attributes and academic rigor necessary to excel in the fields of marketing or media.
“Madeleine has demonstrated a flair for writing and journalism, and she is building a reputation as a literary social activist,” said Raymond Crosby, President and CEO of Crosby Marketing. “We are proud that this scholarship will help her take the next step to prepare for her chosen career.”
Stern will study journalism and Spanish at Northwestern University starting in the fall.
The founder and manager of “Real and Relatable Blog,” she is also the creator of prize-winning videos and the recipient of awards from the Anne Arundel County Literacy Chapter. Active in exposing and combating anti-Semitism, she spoke at a 2021 global summit on the subject, where her prize-winning video, which features 30 teenagers from 14 different countries, was viewed by people around the world. Her writings, speeches and video presentations have won her multiple awards from the D.C. Council’s B’nai B’rith Youth Organization. She plans to use her skills to speak out against racially motivated hatred, wherever it’s directed.
, Inc., awards scholarships annually to graduating high school seniors who are Anne Arundel County residents, have demonstrated exceptional abilities in specific disciplines, and have contributed to their schools and to the community at large.
With headquarters in Annapolis, Crosby Marketing, a Capitol Communicator sponsor, provides integrated advertising, public relations, social media, and digital marketing services through specialized practices in and The firm ranks #22 on O’Dwyer’s list of national communications firms and is a top provider on the GSA Professional Services Schedule. Crosby was named Small Agency of the Year by PRovoke Media in 2021 and has been a Washington Post Top Workplace for six consecutive years.