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Aisha Stroop ’94

Alumni Achievement Award: Career Accomplishment

Aisha Stroop ’94

Aisha has been an emergency medicine physician at Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Connecticut since 2017. Prior to that, she was an emergency medicine physician attending at Nyack Hospital and JFK Medical Center.

After graduating from MHS, Aisha earned a bachelor’s degree in human biology from Brown University, where she participated in track and field and was a member of the Heptagonal Championship Team, the Ivy League women’s track champions. She went on to complete a medical degree at the Penn State College of Medicine, where she won the Lehigh Valley Hospital Community Service Award, awarded to a medical student who displayed exemplary service in the community; and the Dean’s Award, an academic scholarship awarded to a college student who displayed academic excellence. Aisha specialized in emergency medicine by completing a residency at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.

She stays in touch with staff at MHS and has returned to campus to give back as an MHS Career Day speaker.

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Milton Hershey School celebrates the success of its alumni through three unique award programs.

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Deadline: Nominations are accepted throughout the year, but they must be received by October 1 to be considered for recognition in the spring of the following year.

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