Maia Brown, a senior at Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Md, has received a $5,000 Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to a high school senior who displays the attributes and academic rigor necessary to excel in the fields of marketing or media. This is the third year Crosby has awarded the scholarship.
The award is part of Scholarships for Scholars, a nonprofit organization that recognizes Anne Arundel County students who demonstrate exceptional scholastic achievement overall and in subjects like STEM, English, social studies, and the arts. This year, 30 outstanding students representing 11 high schools in the county received $160,000.
“Maia is an exceptional young lady, well-deserving of this scholarship,” said Raymond Crosby, President and CEO of Crosby Marketing Communications. “It’s gratifying to help support worthy students who can become future leaders in the communications field.”
Brown is using her scholarship to attend Pace University in New York City.
Crosby, a Capitol Communicator sponsor, provides integrated advertising, public relations, social media and digital marketing services through specialized practices in Healthcare, Government, and Nonprofits & Causes. The firm ranks #5 on PRWeek’s list of largest healthcare PR firms, #28 on O’Dwyer’s list of national PR agencies, and is a top provider on the GSA Advertising and Integrated Marketing Services (AIMS) schedule. Crosby’s mission of Inspiring Actions That Matter™ helps clients make a positive impact for individuals, families, communities and society.
Crosby was named a Top Workplace by The Washington Post in 2017 and 2018 for achieving outstanding employee engagement, work/life balance, pay and benefits, and company leadership.
To learn more, visit www.crosbymarketing.com.