2019 Scholarship Winners

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On June 13, 2019, the Joye Law Firm awarded $13,000 in college scholarships to deserving high school seniors from South Carolina. Six students were awarded a $2,000 Joye Law Firm Scholarship, and one student was honored with the Reese I. Joye Spirit Award for $1,000.

Thank you to our scholars and families who joined us the annual Scholarship Banquet. We look forward to next year’s scholarship program, which will kick off in February 2020.

Pictured in the photo from left to right: Atty. Milt Stratos, Zainab Nathani, Atty. Mark Joye, Ajzahn Brown, Atty. Ken Harrell, Elor Mayan, Atty. Matt Jackson, Jennifer Grace Myatt and Atty. Ran Stoney


Joye Law Firm Scholarship Recipients:


Zainab Nathani, graduate of Hanahan High School in Hanahan, SC, who will be attending University of South Carolina. Zainab plans to study Biological Services, and plans to become a Physician.





Elor Mayan, graduate of Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology in Myrtle Beach, SC, who will be attendingUniversity of South Carolina. Elor plans to study nursing and will become a Registered Nurse.





Ajzhan Brown, graduate of Woodland High School in Dorchester, SC, who will be attending Coastal Carolina University. Ajzahn will study Early Childhood Education, and plans to become a Teacher.



Not Pictured:

Saibriyya Pou, graduate of Airport High School, in West Columbia, SC, who will attend Clemson University. Saibriyya plans to study Pre-Professional Health Studies and plans to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy.

William Garrett Collins, graduate of Colleton County High School in Walterboro, SC, who will be attending Coastal Carolina University. William plans to study Pre-Law/Criminal Justice and will become an Attorney.

Mary Ann Shaffer, graduate of Brookland-Cayce High School in Cayce, SC, who will be attending Clemson University. Mary Ann plans to study Political and Mathematics, she plans to become an Attorney.

Reese I. Joye Spirit Award


Jennifer “Grace” Myatt, graduate of Bishop England High School in Charleston, SC. Grace was the recipient of the Reese I. Joye Spirit Award and is one of only five females accepted into the LIFEProgram at Clemson University, where she will explore multiple career paths.



Congrats, students! We wish you luck in all of your future endeavors and feel lucky to be part of your journey.

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