Tracey Blair Sadik Memorial Scholarship
Established November 2001
By James and Flora S. Sadik (Parents)
After graduating from Watertown High School, Tracey went to Wheaton College for her B.A. in Economics. There, through an internship program on Wall Street, she earned her stock broker license. She then went on to Boston College for her MBA followed by three more years of study to be recognized as a Certified Financial Analyst. Tracey rose quickly to become a Vice President in the Private Asset Management Department at the Mellon Bank in Boston.
Her interests were as numerous as her degrees. At Watertown High School, Tracey was on the tennis team and was involved in student government. In college she was involved in residential affairs and was head resident for several years. One of her greatest loves was “Outward Bound” on Hurricane Island in Maine. Later, she devoted much time and effort to this challenging program of survival and of “knowing thyself”. It became Tracey’s number one charity. Because of the spirit of adventure nurtured in “Outward Bound”, she explored on foot the outback of central Australia.
After being diagnosed with lymphoma, Tracey devoted much time to volunteering in the Education Department at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and as a fund raiser for the “Jimmy Fund”.
Awards will be
made from a fully endowed scholarship to a student
graduating from high school and attending a four year
college who intends to major in finance, economics or