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TILLMAN TUESDAY: Scholar Sean Inkelaar-Cruz is Fueled by Beating Statistics

Pat Tillman Foundation Communications   |   By Jill Walsh   |   February 16, 2016
Sean Inkelaar-Cruz
2013 Tillman Scholar Sean Inkelaar-Cruz recently had an unforgettable experience attending the NFL Honors Awards Ceremony held the night before Super Bowl 50, which Sean and his fiance Liz also attended the following day

Pat Tillman Foundation can’t fulfill its mission to empower military veterans and their spouses without the generosity of our supporters across the country. Nationwide, over 400 Tillman Scholars are striving to impact our country and communities through their studies in medicine, law, business, policy, science, education and the arts. Every “Tillman Tuesday,” we are committed to highlighting the individual impact of a Tillman Scholar, focusing on their success in school, career and community—all thanks to your support. This week we learn more about 2013 Tillman Scholar Sean Inkelaar-Cruz who recently earned his Master’s degree in Urban Planning from the University of Southern California. Born and raised in Los Angeles, splitting his time between the housing projects in Boyle Heights and attending school in the San Fernando Valley, Sean has spent over 15 years in the military, serving four years active duty with the Army prior to currently serving with the California National Guard. Sean currently works for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and also serves as the Aide-de-Camp to the Deputy Commanding General Support of the 40th Infantry Division.

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