Blazey receives award, scholarshipJune 12, 2020
Isabelle Blazey has received the 2020 Aspirations in Computing Regional Affiliate Award given by the National Center for Women and Information Technology.
The award and scholarship are given based on aptitude and progression in computing experiences and technical skills, leadership through teams, clubs and teaching peers and participation in computing-related extracurricular activities.
Blazey, a 2020 graduate of Jasper High School, served as vice president of her senior class. She was a member of Student Council, Society of Fine Arts and soccer, basketball and Unified Track teams. She was a peer mentor, Wyldlife leader and Hoosier Girls State delegate. She was selected to attend a Gen Cyber cybersecurity camp sponsored by the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation and volunteered to teach coding to elementary school students.
Blazey is the daughter of Scott and Darla Blazey. She plans to attend Indiana University to study cybersecurity and global policy.
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