Falmouth, Mass., January 25, 2016 – The Falmouth Disabled American Veteran Chapter, DAV Chapter 81, Falmouth Memorial, has provided a
scholarship to Nycoca “Coco” Hairston, a Disabled U.S. Army Veteran who is working to obtain a Doctor of Business Administration Degree (DBA) at The National Graduate School of Quality Management (NGS) at the school’s Arlington, Virginia campus.
Ronald C. Dyer, Commander of DAV Chapter 81, said, “The recipient, Nycoca Hairston, is a perfect example of a highly decorated veteran who is working toward an advanced degree. This degree will be used to successfully compete for a meaningful and worthwhile professional position in the private sector. The Falmouth DAV Chapter is proud to be presenting this scholarship to Ms. Hairston and wish her continued success in her forthcoming professional career.”Ms. Hairston served in the U.S. Army for 10 years beginning in 1991. Her responsibilities included working as a unit supply specialist, managing and keeping records of company vehicles, complying with all maintenance requirements, and preparing vehicles for combat. She received 2 Army Achievement Medals and an Army Commendation Medal along with 4 unit citations during her time in the military.
The scholarship was accepted on Coco’s behalf by John Alonso, Director of Enrollment Management and Institutional Advancement at NGS. Mr. Alonso said, “NGS is very proud and eternally grateful for Ms. Hairston’s service to our country, she is most deserving of this recognition.”
About The National Graduate School of Quality Management
The National Graduate School of Quality Management (NGS) is a regionally accredited, non-profit college that focuses on transformational leadership and quality management. It is uniquely positioned in the higher education community– offering bachelors, masters, and doctorate level programs focused on providing leaders and managers the tools they need to transform their organizations. For more information about NGS, visit www.ngs.edu.