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Zeta Zeta Scholarship— Brooke McQuerrey,  I am from Lawson, MO, and a junior at the University of Central Missouri studying criminal justice. While attending UCM I have been actively involved in Alpha Sigma Alpha, University Ambassadors, UCM Football Angels, Lambda Sigma, Order of Omega and am a student volunteer at the Missouri Veterans Home.

Zeta Eta Scholarship— Shannon Pultz, 

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I am an undergraduate student of Rockhurst University with a double major in communication and psychology. A St. Louis native, I am currently the president of the Zeta Eta Chapter.

Foundation has awarded more than $500,000 for educational programming to date? Help us keep the momentum going by making a donation today.

Beta Gamma Scholarship— DruShea Dear,  I am a political science major at Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, OK. I am the current student body president and heavily involved on my campus. I wish to obtain a law degree from an Oklahoma institution and pursue a lifetime career in law and public service.

For more information on making a gift, please visit the Foundation web site at asa/foundation/make-the-gift or contact Foundation Executive Director Stacy Johnson at (317) 871-2920, ext. 14 or

Dr. Ann Rowlette Scholarship— Melinda Burkemper,  I am a junior elementary education major from the Phi Phi Chapter at Northwest Missouri State University. I take great pride in being actively involved in Greek life on my campus, and I anticipate beginning my teaching career. My favorite quote, “To the world you may be but one person, but to one person you may be the world� (unknown) guides my life and choice of career because I feel it applies both to the contributions I am able to make to others, as well as how others shape my life.

Grace Fultz Haworth Music Scholarship— Lori Riehl,  I have been an active member of the Epsilon Kappa Chapter, Millersville University, PA, since spring 2005. I have served as editor/historian, treasurer and president. Majoring in mathematics education, I plan to teach high school mathematics and become a high school principal. I also served as editor-in-chief of the Touchstone yearbook at Millersville and as a resident assistant on campus.

Freida Riley Award— Sandra McCarthy,  I have been teaching for nine years. For the past six years, I have been a special education teacher at Westfield High School in Westfield, NJ. I am also the co-founder and advisor of the Westfield High School dance team. I received a bachelor of arts in psychology from the Stony Brook University where I am a founding sister of the Zeta Iota Chapter. I received a master of science in special education from Long Island University.

Career Enhancement Grant— Leigh Ann Greathouse, I am originally from Lake Charles, LA. I graduated in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems. My interest in computers and love of learning propelled me to advance my education with a master’s degree with which I graduated in 2005. I moved to Dallas where I currently reside to seek more opportunities in information technology. Alpha Sigma Alpha continues to be a prominent part of my life as I maintain membership with the Dallas Alumnae Chapter and also serve as a national volunteer for the sorority.

Career Enhancement Grant— Jennifer Parker Moore,  I currently work at North Branch Area Schools as the district instructional technology and media specialist. I received a doctor of education from Central Michigan University in 2006 and was recently able to travel to the People’s Republic of China to study educational policy and school improvement.

For more information on scholarships (due Feb. 8, 2008), grants and awards, please visit the Foundation’s portion of the website at, call (317) 871-2920, ext. 14 or e-mail 22

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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