Santa Ana, Calif. – Hannah Fenn, 23, a senior at William Jessup University’s (WJU) School of Public Policy in Rocklin, is the recipient of Trinity Law School’s 2015 God and Governing Award.
Fenn received a $2000 cash prize at the 10th Annual Public Policy Series held at WJU. Should Fenn decide to attend Trinity Law School at a later date, she will receive an additional $2000 and a renewable 50% scholarship towards annual tuition.
The God and Governing Award, named for Trinity Law School’s conference on virtue, ethics, and statesmanship of the same name, is presented to a graduating senior in the William Jessup University School of Public Policy who demonstrates an exemplary understanding of current global or national issues and presents solutions to such problems that are innovative, realistic, and promote Christian values and beliefs. The winner is determined through evaluation of their thesis paper, presentation, and defense. Fenn’s winning capstone project was entitled “The Ignored Foundation: Promoting Religious Freedom in the Middle East.”
“I am very honored to have won the God and Governing Award,” says Fenn. “It’s exciting and such a blessing to receive this recognition for my paper and presentation.”
A native of Loomis, California, Fenn graduated this month with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy with a concentration in Government and Politics. After graduation, she will be working at a financial technology company based in Auburn, California.
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