Pictured, left to right, are: Franklin Farrow, Morning Pointe Senior Living co-founder and CEO; Noemi Lozano, scholarship recipient; and Scott Edens, vice president of professional development at Morning Pointe Senior Living
Morning Pointe Senior Living announces that Noemi Lozano has been selected as the recipient of the Morning Pointe Scholars Endowment at Southern Adventist University.
Morning Pointe chooses a student each year who is majoring in health services and senior living
“We are very thankful to Morning Pointe for making this scholarship available to our students and for their
commitment in growing awareness of the opportunities in the senior care industry,” said Lisa Kuhlman,
associate professor of business at Southern.
“This year, the scholarship was awarded to Noemi Lozano.
"Noemi is a first-generation college student and believes that God led her to this field to serve others. She is passionate about the senior industry and wants to ensure those in her care feel seen, heard and
respected. We strongly believe that this industry is led by those who have a heart for service and a head
for business, and Noemi will be one of those leaders.”
Morning Pointe developed the endowment in 2017 anticipating the growing need for qualified caregivers
and other senior living professionals as a large segment of the population continues to age.
“When I got the news from my advisor that I had been chosen as the scholarship recipient, I felt extremely
happy and I called my mom right away,” said Lozano. “We prayed over the phone to give thanks to God
because we had been praying for some type of financial aid for the following school year. Overall, this
scholarship has given me a boost of motivation because it is assisting me to continue studying.”
Ms. Lozano is currently a junior health services and senior living administration major at Southern Adventist