Manual Arts High School
Eleanor Moscatel and a classmate practicing archery, circa 1950s
Eleanor Moscatel and a Manual Arts High classmate practicing archery, circa 1950s

Congratulations 2018 Scholarship Recipient Nicky Lopez!

This annual academic scholarship was established in honor of Eleanor Moscatel, a graduate of the Manual Arts High School Class of 1949. Her multifaceted and successful career, from Actress to Entrepreneur and Real Estate Maven spans seven decades and includes important cultural and social service contributions to both the city and the people of Los Angeles. Her story is one of education, experience, patience and self-reliance. Essays were judged based on sincerity and clarity of thought and seeks to reward students who not only believe in self-reliance, but also can articulate in 500 to 1000 words, an experience in their lives where one door of opportunity may have closed but where another one opened because of their perseverance and commitment to a goal. Congratulations again Nicky and good luck on your academic and life journey!

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Rafael Moscatel is an award-winning Information Governance Professional (IGP), Certified Records Manager (CRM), author and speaker. He has spent the last twenty years developing large-scale Information Management Programs for Fortune 500 companies including Paramount Pictures and Farmers Insurance. In 2015, he partnered with Stanford University and produced The Little Girl with the Big Voice, an acclaimed documentary based on archives and the Doctrine of Fair Use. He was honored with the Excellence for an Organization Award by ARMA International in 2017 and speaks regularly at industry conferences about the evolving discipline of Records and Information Governance.

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