Paula Riordan, P ’14, ’15, and her family take pride in supporting the GW community.
For as long as she can remember, Mariana Surillo Gonzalez has loved nature. “I’m from Ponce, Puerto Rico, and so I was always exposed to the mountains and the oceans,” she says. “I appreciate that I was able to grow up in that environment.” After participating in a Greenpeace program as a senior in high school, Mariana’s career goals became clear. “I realized I wanted to dedicate my professional career to the environment,” says...
“I am confident [GW] will lead me down a road that would have been closed, and for that I am eternally grateful.”
“My students’ academic progress, as well as attendance, has been on a steady incline since my enrollment in GW.”
“The generosity of the James M. Johnston Trust for Charitable Education was beyond my imagination and gratitude.”