From left to right: Scott Briell, Richard “Skip” Abrams, Jessica Griner
Three Flagler College alumni were recognized Friday during the 19th Annual Alumni Awards Luncheon for their outstanding contributions to the areas of service and professional achievement.
Richard “Skip” Abrams, ’80, received the Flagler Service Award for devoting a high degree of service to the college for more than 10 years. Abrams served on Flagler’s Alumni Board of Directors from 2005 to 2013, three years of those as president. He was inducted into Flagler College’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 2011 and is currently a member of the Saints Club Advisory Board.
Jessica Griner, ’08, received the Young Alumni Achievement Award, presented to alumni 32 years of age and younger who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments since graduation. She is currently the program officer at the United States-China Education Trust in Washington, D.C., where she manages the full cycle of programs aimed at developing U.S.-China relations.
Scott Briell, ’91, received the Professional Achievement Award for demonstrating significant accomplishments in his field. He is vice president for Enrollment Management at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa.