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Mike Mattia, Recipient of the Summer 2014 Karl Stockhausen Student of the Semester Award at AUC

L to R, Vivienne Horsford, President of the St. Maarten Sickle Cell Foundation; present but not in the picture Leona Marlin-Romeo, Founder of St. Maarten Sickle Cell Foundation; Deyanna Boston, President of BMSA; Mike Mattia, Summer 2014 Student of the Semester;  Kathiana Joseph, Vice President of BMSA; and Golden Jackson, Director of Service Learning and Community Affairs.  L to R, Vivienne Horsford, President of the St. Maarten Sickle Cell Foundation; present but not in the picture Leona Marlin-Romeo, Founder of St. Maarten Sickle Cell Foundation; Deyanna Boston, President of BMSA; Mike Mattia, Summer 2014 Student of the Semester; Kathiana Joseph, Vice President of BMSA; and Golden Jackson, Director of Service Learning and Community Affairs.

CUPECOY - The St. Maarten Sickle Cell Foundation is a new foundation that is adamant about educating the people of Sint Maarten about the disease sickle cell, and with the help of the American University of the Caribbean (AUC), will be able to start a project that will assist in determining how many persons on the island has this genetic inherited disease.

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