Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Welcomes Record Five Recipients to Tenth Class of Raymond "Hap" Harrison Scholarship
Meet the 2017 Recipients
 As part of the Building Foundations organization, Adam Leitman Bailey founded the Raymond “Hap” Harrison scholarship a decade ago, in honor of his high school cross country and track coach, who inspired him greatly. Since then, the scholarship has been awarded each year to recent high school graduates planning to attend college in the fall.

This year’s recipients are paid interns who have worked with the firm throughout the school year and summer, and graduated from high school this past year: Tamia Hackworth, Edwin George, Daliza Galarza, Andrea Delacruz, and New Milford’s Tara Moat.

 

Tamia Hackworth

graduated of Frederick Douglass Academy 1 after interning with Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. in 2017. She will be studying at the University at Albany, pursuing a major in economics and minor in Spanish. Read more about Tamia Here

Daliza Galarza

has been interning at Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. since the summer of 2016. She is a graduate of Aquinas High School and will be attending Iona College in New Rochelle, majoring in Childhood Education and minoring in Child Psychology. Read more about Daliza Here

Edwin George

graduated from Our Savior Lutheran High School with honors, receiving the Principal’s Award for his enormous involvement in and outside of school. After interning with Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. in 2017, Edwin is on his way to Ithaca College to study Business Administration with a minor in Public Relations and Image Management. Read more about Edwin Here

Andrea Delacruz

joined the Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. internship program in the summer of 2017. Andrea graduated from Frances Perkins Academy High School and will be studying at St. John’s University, majoring in Criminal Justice. Read more about Andrea Here

Tara Moat

is a graduate of New Milford High School, the home of Raymond “Hap” Harrison and Adam Leitman Bailey’s alma mater. She will be attending The College of New Jersey, where she will be majoring in Mathematics. Read more about Tara Here