Skip Navigation
We use cookies to offer you a better browsing experience, provide ads, analyze site traffic, and personalize content. If you continue to use this site, you consent to our use of cookies.
stack of books on a desk
Feature Article

NDU Foundation Scholarship Winners

40 members and dependents were awarded a total of $41,000 in scholarships and grants for the 2022-23 year.
Published: July 2023
The North Dakota United Foundation annually awards thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants to eligible members of our association, including Student NDU and NDU-Retired members, as well as their dependents. In 2023, the NDU Foundation Board of Directors selected 40 worthy individuals to share in a total of $41,000 that was given out in 13 categories.

The 2022-23 ND United Foundation Scholarship & Grant Awardees

  • Halstenson Family Music Scholarship Jesslyn Hall, Christina Prince and Alisha Wohl
  • Mary Cripps Special Ed Scholarship – Lisa Dullum and Bonny Krogedal
  • Bill Oban Special Ed Scholarship – Abbigail Horner, Kelsey Kreidt, Lexi Meyer and Elizabeth Widmer
  • Les Snavely Memorial Education Scholarship Kaylee Obrigewitch
  • Ron & Ann Anstrom Scholarship Lauren Frankenbach and Kaitlin Walker
  • ND United Foundation Ethnic Minority Scholarship Alex Azure, Rusty Dan and Hailey Enney
  • Cindy & Gary Rath Education Scholarship Brooklyn Bang, Hailey Enney, Asher Mitchell and Max Mueller
  • Horace Mann ND Agents Graduate Education Scholarship Hannah Gress, Courtney Houglum, Veronica Schwartzenberger and Kaitlin Walker
  • ND United Education Scholarship Emily Curren, Kaden DeCoteau, Kadin Finders, Ella Holkesvig, Tylla Roshau, ChristiAnna Schmidt and Casia Steinhaus
  • Joseph A. Westby Leadership Award Hailey Enney, Paige Fettig, Seina Freidig and Lindsey Monson
  • ND United Workplace Innovation Grant Sara Medalen, Amy Shobe, Leah Wheeling and Emily Wicktor
  • ND United Member/Dependent Scholarship – Emily Curren, Kaylee Kemp, Will Nelson, Kayedenn Rivinius, Skylar Uglem and Elizabeth Widmer
  • Howard Loftesnes Memorial Education Scholarship Brenda Seehafer

Everyone involved with the NDU Foundation would like to thank all of the applicants for this year’s scholarships and grants, and we congratulate all of the winners. 


Get more from

United Voices is published in the interest of public education and public services. Sign up to stay informed.

Keeping the Promise of Quality Public Education & Public Services

With more than 11,500 members across the state, NDU supports equal opportunities for success for ALL North Dakota students, and respect and support for all educators. NDU members are teachers, community college professors, speech pathologists, bus drivers, secretaries, retired educators and student teachers.