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Congratulations to Soror Michaella Moore on being selected as one of 46 national recipients of the 2020 Marshall Scholarship. This was a highly selective application, and we celebrate you for continuously striving towards excellence.
We are proud to announce that this year's Jabberwock Scholarship Competition entitled "A Night at the Apollo: A Celebration of Black Art and Culture" took place Wednesday, Nov. 20, from 7-10pm. Thank you Sorors Kayla Thompson, Camryn Lam, and Brittany Davis for a job well done. We are beyond grateful for our committees, contestants, donors, and attendees! With everyone's help we were able to provide $4050 in scholarships.
Congratulations to Sorors Kyla Cole and Kayla Thompson on their coronation ceremony. Your unwavering dedication to the Howard community and public service is unmatched. We are excited to continue to support your endeavors.
We are so excited to announce that we have been named the 2018-2019 Eastern Region recipients of the Minerva Award for Academic Excellence! This award goes to the chapter who has upheld academic excellence with the highest cumulative grade point average for our respective regions. It is truly both humbling and rewarding for our Sorors to see that our hard work does not go unnoticed, as we strive to embody and incorporate the principles of this organization into our everyday lives - Sisterhood, Scholarship, and Service.
Thank you to everyone who donated to our SAT drive last fall. The books have been delivered to the Oduko Boatemma Secondary School in Kumasi, Ghana during the annual YAALI trip by Sorors Morgan Miller, Kennedy Watson (YAALI President) and Briana Hammons.
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We saved our February #SisterSpotlight for International Women’s Day!
Audrey James (50-A-19) is an incredibly accomplished Soror and student. As Alpha Chapter’s Corresponding Secretary, Soror James has an unparalleled work ethic that makes her a valuable asset to all of us. Her commitment and dedication to doing what she loves goes far beyond our organization. As a proud Chicago native, Soror James has been an active member of Howard’s Chicago People’s Union since her freshman year and currently serves as the Vice President. Her love for empowering the youth has also led her to become a Macmillan Learning Campus Ambassador.
It is no surprise that Audrey’s talents have been recognized far beyond Howard’s campus. After her freshman year, she worked diligently as an intern at Northwestern Hospital. The following summer, she successfully diversified her interests by working in the Marketing and Development department of the Angel Harvey Family Center. There, she found more than just a job and was able to discover one of her life’s passions: being an advocate. Soror James wishes to create safe spaces for youth so they can better access necessary resources, programs and professional development. Her current role at the Obama Foundation provides her with unmatched experience and enhances her impressive skillset for her to accomplish her many goals.
Soror James is a selfless, spirited and hard-working sister that we appreciate beyond measure. We are immensely proud of Audrey and look forward to supporting her in all her future endeavors!