Antionette Antionette "Ace" Carradine

In her four years at ENC, Antionette “Ace” Carradine embodied the ideal of a well-rounded student demonstrating strength in body, spirit, and mind. She represented ENC as an accomplished varsity athlete on the basketball and softball teams, including serving two years as captain of the women’s basketball team. As a student leader, she was elected Vice President for Finance for the senior class and President of ALANA (African, Latino, Asian, Native American) group on campus. Her commitment to the service of God solidified through her work with the 2011 Summer Ministry. Her dedication to others inspired her to tutor and mentor other students through the Center for Academic Success and also to serve as a teaching assistant for the course, West in the World. Ace was a recipient of a number of academic scholarships, including as the Charles T. Caldwell Scholarship, and she graduated cum laude with membership in the national History Honors Society. For all of her outstanding contributions to ENC, Ace was selected as Outstanding Female Student for the graduating class of 2013 and intends to enroll in a top-50 law school in the Fall of 2014.