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The scholarship was named for Lane Powell and Lee C. Nusich, counsel to the firm in the Portland office and chairman of the board of the NAPE Foundation, as a tribute to both Nusich’s and Lane Powell’s support, which has been instrumental in obtaining funding for the scholarships.
Nusich states, “Awarding these 48 scholarships would not have been possible without Lane Powell’s continued support for NAPE Foundation in numerous ways, including providing NAPE Foundation with an office and administrative support over the past several years.” Lane Powell President Lewis M. Horowitz adds, “Lane Powell believes in the power of education and is proud to support NAPE in its mission to provide higher educational opportunities to Ghanaians.”
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