Rachel Toleno, a William Smith sophomore from Andover, N.J., was awarded a scholarship from CNF Inc., a management company of global supply chain services. Recipients of the awards are selected by the independent Citizens Scholarship Foundation of America, a national nonprofit student aid service organization, and recognized by the company for their academic achievement and strong extracurricular activities.
“The young people who have been awarded a CNF scholarship have demonstrated a strong commitment to their education and we are proud of their accomplishments. It is our pleasure to give back to our employees and our communities in this manner,” said Gregory L. Quesnel, president and chief executive officer of CNF.
The scholarships are granted to children of employees at CNF and its subsidiaries, Con-Way Transportation Services and Menlo Worldwide. CNF is a $4.8 billion management company of global supply chain services with businesses in regional trucking, air freight, ocean freight, customs brokerage, global logistics management and trailer manufacturing.