Nadia Sophie Seiler Rare Materials Residency
A residency dedicated to celebrating Nadia’s passion and expertise for rare materials and cataloging. The Resident participates in the cataloging and conservation activities at the Folger Shakespeare Library and is mentored by Folger librarians.
More information on this project can be found here: Rare Materials Residency
DC Concert Orchestra
Nadia’s talent and dedication to ensemble performance led her to becoming one of the founding members of what began as the DC Chamber Music Orchestra Society, and is now the DC Concert Orchestra. The Orchestra receives an annual grant focused on capacity building and music education.
More information on this project can be found here: The DC Concert Orchestra Society
Friends of Nobska Light – Funding for Promotional Video
Having spent several happy summers in Falmouth/Woods Hole, Nadia knew the importance and power of historic landmarks. When the U.S. Coast Guard decommissioned the Nobska Light, the community created the “Friends of Nobska Light” to support and maintain the light and preserve it for local and public use and viewing. The Fund provided backing for the “Friends” promotional video.
More information on this project can be found here: Friends of Nobska Light.
Nadia Sophie Seiler Scholarship at Carleton College
A proud alumna of Carleton, Nadia adored her alma mater and resolutely supported them. Knowing the world class education that is offered to students and the supportive, tight-knit community that makes up the campus, the Fund endowed a scholarship to help future students experience the same joy Nadia felt there.
More information on this project can be found here: Carleton Scholarships.
Mass Audubon Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary
The outdoors were another of Nadia’s great passions; while growing up she made almost weekly visits to the Mass Audubon Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in her hometown. A bench dedicated to Nadia overlooks a field and a stand of birches on the path to Turtle Pond.
More information on this project can be found here: Mass Audubon Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary.