to our 2020 Scholarship Recipients! 

Thanks to the generous contributions of many, we are happy to award scholarships to these students from Rocky Vista University. If you are interested in applying or donating, please see the scholarship or donation pages for more info. 

Andrew Black

Leaving Michigan to pursue a medical career in Colorado gave Andrew an opportunity for a fresh start to create his own story. Coming from a small town, Andrew hopes to practice in a rural setting to provide the best care and resources he can. With the Denver Osteopathic Foundation's mission in mind, Andrew plans to provide physician support to anyone who needs care.

Emily Gudvangen-Sherwood

A Colorado native, Emily is grateful for the opportunity to attend RVU and stay in the state she loves as she pursues a medical career. Emily feels a calling towards women's health and is passionate about providing medical care to the community through community service efforts within her community.

Jessica McArthur

Coming from a military family, Jessie's motto is "service before self". A former elementary school teacher, she is committed to the underserved families in Denver. Her focus as an osteopathic physician will be to serve her patients and her community from a holistic perspective, with an emphasis on education and prevention. 

Tess Schultz

Born and raised in Colorado, Tess has fallen in love with Denver and is deeply dedicated to serving that community in her career. While working at a pediatric primary care clinic, she realized the need for osteopathic physicians who would have a different approach to care. Tess looks forward to incorporating Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine into pediatric care in the Denver community.

Volunteer of the Year

Beau Condie
4th Year Medical Student

Beau James Condie, DO, was raised in Ivins, UT. He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Zoology from Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah. Dr. Condie received his medical degree from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, Colorado. He recently matched into Family Medicine and will continue his training at the Clarkson Family Medicine Residency Program in Omaha, Nebraska. He loved serving the people of Colorado and is excited to become involved in his new community.

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