The Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards recognize four outstanding, multicultural graduating students who are leaving a legacy of enhancing multicultural engagement at Kansas State University through their leadership. The award winners are recognized at the Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards Luncheon.
The Robinson’s are a family of K-Staters who came from humble beginnings. Exposure to K-State has encouraged and inspired generations of their family. They have committed to core values that include leadership, giving back and leaving a legacy. The Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards represent the beginning of a wonderful journey as students graduate and become alumni.
Faculty, staff, administrators and campus student organizations are invited to nominate a graduating multicultural student for this award. Nominate a K-State student for this award by Feb. 20, 2019. Read our nomination tips for guidance on selecting a nominee and writing a nomination.
Mary Abounabhan, Management, International Business, Dance, Chinese
Maxamillyan D. Badgett, Aeronautical Technology, Aerospace Studies
Bryan Davis, Management Information Systems, Leadership Studies
Jackie Huynh, Hospitality Management
Taj Brimmer, bachelor’s in mass communications, social work and leadership studies, Kansas City, Kansas
Jaliyah Brown, bachelor’s in apparel and textiles, journalism and mass communications, Junction City, Kansas
Patience Ivy, bachelor’s in athletic training, pre-medicine, Wichita, Kansas
Yubisela Toledo, bachelor’s in biology, pre-optometry, Liberal, Kansas
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Jessica Elmore '06, '15
Associate director of diversity programs