2011 Results

 

CONGRATULATIONS to the Collegiate ECHO Challenge 
Winners and Honorable Mentions

The 2010-2011 Marketing EDGE Collegiate ECHO Challenge, in partnership with charity: water, is pleased to announce the winners. The Challenge was open to all undergraduate and graduate students worldwide. Teams listed participated in a Challenge to promote mycharitywater.org.

Undergraduate Winning Teams

GOLD (1st place)
Christopher Newport University
Team: Team CW | Faith Albers, Jeff Ball, Erin Cotter, Kayla Lupino

SILVER (2nd Place)
Oklahoma State University
Team: Active.H20 | Rachel Hoelscher, Chase Blackstock, Jeremy French

BRONZE (3rd place)
Indiana University at South Bend
Team DRIP | Mario Elia, Michael Lochmondy, Kelsi Clark

HONORABLE MENTION for PROFESSIONALISM
Salve Regina University
Team BLAC | Anthony Rothwell, Brandon Ruggiero, Christina Farrington, Lauren Calabrese

Graduate Winning Teams

GOLD (1st Place)
Eastern Michigan University
Team: Uncorked | Allison Tobin, Craig Heiter, Heather Hengesbach, Erin Johnston

SILVER (2nd Place)
Eastern Michigan University
Team: KAM | Tim Marshall, Eric Kurtsel, Carla Ayers
 
BRONZE (3rd Place)
CUNY Baruch College
Team: Lightbulb Consulting | Heather O'Shea, John Salgado, Stephen Teesdale, James Sampson

HONORABLE MENTION FOR CREATIVE
Loyola University of Chicago
Team Engage | Holly Esch, Senita Harris, Brea Malloy, Mally Durkin

HONORABLE MENTION FOR BUDGETING AND ROI (RETURN ON INVESTMENT)
Loyola University of Chicago
Team Chicago | Drew Price, Laura Schenck, Greg Struhar, Dave McGovern 

 

About The Sponsor

Founded in 2006, charity: water is a non-profit organization that brings clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. Partnering with local organizations on the ground, they fund water solutions like fresh water wells, spring protections and rainwater catchments, giving people in need access to the clean, safe water they need to live. charity: water currently works with more than 20 implementing water partners in 17 countries to assess and determine areas and communities of greatest need. They have provided safe drinking water to over 1 million people in just four short years.