Cho and Ward receive Greatest Contribution awards

Each year, Central Baptist College honors two individuals with Greatest Contribution awards. The awards were announced and presented at the commencement ceremony at CBC on May 7.  

The Greatest Contribution Award is given to individuals who are deemed to have enriched the lives of students and faculty spiritually, academically, socially and personally. They have demonstrated love for CBC by giving unselfishly of personal energy, time, talent and effort.

This year, Yoyo Cho (traditional graduate) and Tabitha Ward (PACE graduate), received the honors.

Cho, a native of Hong Kong, is a 2016 graduate with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and counseling with a minor in journalism.

During her time at CBC, Cho was very involved as a student leader in the CBC Housing and Residence Life department, was active on the Journalism staff (named the ACMA 2015 Photographer of the Year), was part of the CBC Choir, served as an officer in the Rotaract Club, was the 2014 Homecoming Queen and has remained active at Grace Bible Church in Conway.

Tabitha Ward (left) and Chad Linn.

Ward is a native of Conway and is employed at Crum & Forster as a policy processor. Ward has been employed with the commercial insurance company for 10 years, where she currently works with the explosives and agricultural lines of business.  

Ward is a 2016 graduate of Central Baptist College where she received a bachelor of business administration degree. She is a member of New Life Church in Conway and serves in the Little Life department. Ward has a 9-year-old son, Justice, who is heavily involved in sports.