KPAA Scholarship

Kaiser Permanente Asian Association (KPAA) scholarships recognize graduating high school seniors who have been instrumental in bringing tangible benefit to an Asian community and who have the potential to be leaders of the future. In order to be eligible, you must either attend high school or reside in the Northern California Kaiser Permanente service area. Please see eligible zip codes. The Kaiser Permanente Asian Association Scholarship Program was launched in 2000. Since its inception, 100 students have received KPAA scholarships, for a grand total of $263,000. On average, we award five to seven scholarships each year.

Scholarship Committee

  • Mary Balmana
  • Hilda Gee-Griffin
  • Martin King
  • Aparna Kota, MD
  • Gregg Kurita
  • Brenton Lee
  • David Miura
  • Clifford Muong
  • Lynne Tan
  • Alvin Tang, MD
  • Karen Tsang
  • Christine Yee

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Riki Eijima

Riki Eijima

Lowell High School
San Francisco
2016

Aditi Gopalan

Aditi Gopalan

American High School
Fremont
2016

Alice Kuang

Alice Kuang

Independence High School
San Francisco
2016

Owen McGrattan

Owen McGrattan

Linden High School
Linden
2016

Quynh Nhi Nguyen

Quynh Nhi Nguyen

Independence High School
San Jose
2016

Vy Nguyen

Vy Nguyen

Jefferson High School
Daly City
2016

Sonia Sachar

Sonia Sachar

Irvington High School
Fremont
2016

Maya Varma

Maya Varma

Presentation High School
San Jose
2016

Nathan Zhu

Nathan Zhu

Connecting Waters Charter School
Waterford
2016