Jul 01, 2021

Ingevity rewards leader scholars with a total of $60,000 in scholarships


North Charleston, S.C., June 24, 2021 – Ingevity (NYSE: NGVT) recently awarded 30 high school seniors with $2,000 college scholarships. This was the company’s fourth year awarding scholarships to students demonstrating strong leadership and educational abilities along with a passion for community service. Winners were selected from high schools in Covington, Virginia; Crossett, Arkansas; DeRidder, Louisiana; North Charleston, South Carolina; Waynesboro, Georgia; and Wickliffe, Kentucky.

Of the scholarships awarded, 17 were awarded to students entering four-year colleges or universities with a science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) related field of study. Three scholarships were awarded to students entering technical colleges. Ten scholarships were awarded for non-STEM related fields of study.

The scholarship recipients are:

Covington, Virginia

Noah Bowen, Lord Botetourt High School

Clare Deplazes, Craig County High School

Kendra Goeddert, Greenbrier East High School

Brooklyn Griffith, Greenbrier West High School

Abby Martin, Alleghany High School

Crossett, Arkansas

Mary Kate Armstrong, Crossett High School

Natalie Franco, Hamburg High School

Lexie Ruth Freeman, Hamburg High School

Saniyah Phillips, Crossett High School

Lainey Marie Taunton, Crossett High School

DeRidder, Louisiana

Kayleigh Hudler, South Beauregard High School

Taylor James, Rosepine High School

Dyllon Singleton, East Beauregard High School

Josie Thibodeaux, DeRidder High School

Parker Wascom, East Beauregard High School

North Charleston, South Carolina

Alexander Hernandez, Academic Magnet High School

LaShonda Jenkins, North Charleston High School

Lucy Richmond, Charleston County School of the Arts

Audrey Wessinger, Wando High School

Madelyn White, Fort Dorchester High School

Waynesboro, Georgia

Camille Davis, Harlem High School

Jamiah Holmes, Jefferson County High School

Matthew McNeely, Thomas Jefferson Academy

Evan Richardson, Burke County High School

Hailey Rozier, Thomas Jefferson Academy

Wickliffe, Kentucky

Joshua Adams, Ballard Memorial High School

Jalyn Hodge, Graves County High School

Crawford Jones, McCracken County High School

Gabrielle Lovett, Marshall County High School

Dawson Martin, Marshall County High School

Ingevity is passionate about contributing to the educational efforts of high-performing students in the communities where they operate. Education, particularly in STEM, aligns with the company’s mission to enhance the world around us and shape a stronger future.


Ingevity: Purify, Protect and Enhance

Ingevity provides products and technologies that purify, protect and enhance the world around us. Through a team of talented and experienced people, we develop, manufacture and bring to market solutions that help customers solve complex problems and make the world more sustainable. We operate in two reporting segments: Performance Chemicals, which includes specialty chemicals and engineered polymers, and Performance Materials, which includes high-performance activated carbon. These products are used in a variety of demanding applications, including asphalt paving, oil exploration and production, agrochemicals, adhesives, lubricants, publication inks, coatings, elastomers, bioplastics and automotive components that reduce gasoline vapor emissions. Headquartered in North Charleston, South Carolina, Ingevity operates from 25 locations around the world and employs approximately 1,750 people. The company is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: NGVT). For more information visit


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