The value of koinonia

“For us, fellowship only becomes real and purposeful when you genuinely learn how to love, give, serve, support, care for and encourage others,” said Joseph High ’76 (B.S.B.A.).

High and his wife, Kathleen ’78, both learned the value of koinonia, or fellowship, during their undergraduate years at Carolina. They learned how to participate in the lives of others in “authentic, meaningful and productive ways.” And it’s a core value they have carried with them since leaving campus. Koinonia guides them at home and at work. And it guides their philanthropy to Carolina.

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The Highs are the first African Americans to create an endowed scholarship at UNC Kenan-Flagler. The Joseph Cooley and Kathleen Cullins High Koinonia Scholarship provides yearly funding for the Undergraduate Business Program’s annual Global Immersion Elective in South Africa.

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