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Hilda Anna Giraud Endowed Founders’ Memorial Scholarship— Rosemary Hart, 

The Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation is proud to announce the 2007–08 scholarship, award and grant recipients. Thank you to our generous donors for making these programs possible!

MISSION STATEMENT To invest in the potential of women by promoting service, leadership and lifelong learning though charitable giving.

I am 21 years old, and I am from Little Rock, AR. I’m a junior at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO, and I am a speech pathology major. I love to travel, bake, be outdoors, read, play soccer, cheer on the Arkansas Razorbacks and Notre Dame Fighting Irish, listen to music (especially country) and go to the movies! And I love being an Alpha Sig!

Suzanne L. Hebert Endowed Founders’ Memorial Scholarship— Elissa Hadley,

I am a junior English education major with a communication minor at Emporia State University (ESU). I am a member of the Epsilon Epsilon Chapter in Emporia, KS, where I serve as the vice president of alumnae and heritage. I am also involved in many other campus activities: I serve as the vice president of the student body at ESU, an ESU Ambassador, Kansas National Education Association, Sigma Alpha Pi, the honorary leadership society, and the university honors program. I enjoy reading, organizing and spending time with my family and friends.

S. June Smith Endowed Founders’ Memorial Scholarship— Laura Tenney,  I am currently a junior at Minnesota State University— Mankato pursuing a degree in urban studies with a great interest in historic preservation and urban design. I am a member of the Zeta Kappa Chapter.

Past Presidents Endowed Founders’ Memorial Scholarship— Jessica Henson,  I am a fourth-year undergraduate majoring in architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and I am a member of the Zeta Phi Chapter.


FALL 2007

Alpha Beta Endowed Founders’ Memorial Scholarship— Kimberly Hicks,  I am a member of the Epsilon Kappa Chapter at Millersville University, PA. I joined Alpha Sigma Alpha in the spring of 2006 and have since served as the public relations chairman and currently as the vice president of public relations and recruitment. I am involved in a mentor program run by Second Mile, and I am also a campus tour guide.

The National Philanthropic Scholarship Graduate— Abbey Rowe,  I am currently pursuing a master’s degree in higher education and student affairs from the University of South Carolina. I currently serve  as the District 4 education coaching team leader. I served Theta Beta, Roanoke College, VA, as the vice president of membership education; I was a charter member of the Order of Omega; and I was awarded the Panhellenic Excellence in Leadership Award.

The National Philanthropic Scholarship Undergraduate— Sara Mullally,  I am a member of the University of Central Arkansas Beta Lambda Chapter where I serve as public relations chairman. I enjoy working in student government as sophomore class president. I also serve as executive officer of Young Democrats, Campus Dialogue, and the Arkansas Student Association. I donated 500 hours of service as an AmericCorps volunteer last summer, and I hope to work in international development.

The Special Education Scholarship  member— Carly Ionta,  I am the philanthropy chairman for the Beta Rho Chapter. I am currently a junior at Northern Illinois University majoring in early childhood special education. I look forward to my career as a teacher to make a difference in the lives of children.


Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

The Phoenix of Alpha Sigma Alpha: Fall 2007  

Volume 93: Number 4

The Phoenix of Alpha Sigma Alpha: Fall 2007  

Volume 93: Number 4