Traverse City Central High School Student Kristina Curtiss Receives RECON Scholarship For Debate

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RECON Intelligence Services announced today that Traverse City Central High School student Kristina Curtiss has been awarded a RECON Scholarship for her outstanding achievements in the Field of Debate, Policy Formation and Applied Leadership Skills.

“RECON is internationally known for its advocacy, research, information and analysis services. It is accordingly appropriate that we recognize students in our space who are also working to optimize strategic human potential and service through debate and policy formation” said RECON CEO Jeremy Conaway, “Kristina has an exceptional mind and at a relatively young age is demonstrating the ability to use it as a tactical advocate.” Conaway also mentioned a special note of pride that the 2014 recipient attends the same high school that a number of the firm’s principals attended.

Curtiss announced that she would use the scholarship funds to attend The University of Michigan Seven Week Program, one of the premier high school debate camps in the world.

RECON is an international consulting firm engaged in providing strategic planning, research analysis and operational support services for organizations and commercial entities in several countries.

For more information, contact RECON Intelligence Services at or 231.938.7326 or inquiries(at)reconis(dot)com.

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