Cheryl Silveri, Boston, MA was awarded the Dr. John B. Mulliken Scholarship. She graduated from University of Arkansas in 2009 where she majored in Biology and minored in Business. After initially working at the Match Charter Public School, she moved on to Development Guild, a consulting firm where she earned three promotions in the areas of organizational planning, fundraising management and executive search services. She has also established and led a telepsychiatry startup, Incognito, Inc., in collaboration with McLean Hospital where they were awarded a million dollar NIH grant. In her spare time, she serves as co-president of her college Alumni group as well as a volunteer for the Foundation for Faces of Children’s annual walk. Cheryl will attend the Sloane School of Management at MIT in the fall. Her hopes for the future include: selling her healthcare company to GE and working in a career as a venture capitalist, investing in promising new medical device and biotech companies. Additionally, she hopes to continue to be a deep supporter of the FFC and advocate for those with craniofacial differences.