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UENR Valedictorian Sandra Kumah Awarded Prestigious Hollard Prize for Academic Excellence

Sandra Kumah wins the Hollard Prize for her outstanding academic performance in Actuarial Science, highlighting Hollard Ghana’s commitment to education.

Hollard Ghana, a leading insurance group, has presented the esteemed Hollard Prize to Sandra Kumah, the valedictorian of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), in recognition of her exceptional academic performance. The ceremony, held in Sunyani, saw Kumah receiving a laptop, a citation, and a cash prize for her outstanding distinction in BSc. in Actuarial Science, marking a significant achievement in her academic journey.

Celebrating Academic Excellence and Personal Growth

The Hollard Prize is a cornerstone of the Hollard X Academia partnership, designed to acknowledge and reward students who not only excel academically but also show considerable personal growth during their studies. Sandra Kumah, through her dedication and hard work, has exemplified the values Hollard Ghana seeks to promote among students. The award aims to inspire other students to strive for excellence in their academic and personal lives.

Hollard’s Commitment to Educational Development

Cynthia Ofori-Dwumfuo, Group Head of Marketing and Corporate Affairs at Hollard, expressed her admiration for Kumah’s achievements and reiterated the company’s dedication to fostering better futures through educational and developmental programs. The Hollard Prize, along with other initiatives like the Hollard Scholar program, underscores the company’s commitment to nurturing well-rounded individuals capable of making meaningful contributions to society. These efforts are aligned with Hollard’s mission of ensuring sustainable and inclusive growth.

Impact and Future Prospects

The recognition of Sandra Kumah’s achievements by Hollard Ghana serves as a beacon of hope and motivation for students across the country, encouraging them to pursue excellence in their academic endeavors. As Hollard Ghana continues to invest in the education sector through various programs, the positive impact on students’ lives is undeniable. The success stories of Kumah and previous recipients of the Hollard Prize underscore the transformative power of education and the importance of holistic support in shaping the leaders of tomorrow.

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The awarding of the Hollard Prize to Sandra Kumah not only celebrates her individual success but also highlights the broader efforts of Hollard Ghana in contributing to the all-inclusive development of students. As more students benefit from Hollard’s initiatives, the future looks promising for the next generation of leaders and professionals in Ghana and beyond.

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