Written by Danielle Snow. Danielle is a second-year sophomore studying Sociology and Gender and Women’s Studies. She is our chapter's Historian and the Co-President and Co-Founder of the WMU RSO FemiNOW.
Behavioral Psychology major and second-year student, Jessica Good has been chosen as WMU’s Alpha Lambda Delta November member of the month. Jessica has been a member of our organization since the spring 2016 semester and has been an incredibly active member ever since.
“I chose to join ALD because I wanted to be involved in something at Western Michigan University, and ALD seemed like a great group to be apart of,” said Jessica. “The people are very nice and welcoming and being active in the group is rewarding.”
Jessica’s favorite ALD events are actually our General Assembly meetings. Held the first Tuesday and Wednesday of every month, we try to bring in speakers and showcase new volunteer events that will help out the Kalamazoo community at each one. Jessica’s positive attitude and solid attendance had been recognized and were probably the biggest reasons ALD recognized her for this honor.
“I am happy that I chose to be a member of ALD because it’s a fun group to be a part of and there are so many opportunities to volunteer and better the community of Kalamazoo,” said Jessica.
Jessica isn’t just an amazing member of Alpha Lambda Delta, she is also a member of the Lee Honors College and Psi Chi, the National Honor Society for Psychology. She also volunteers at the Kalamazoo Animal Rescue, God’s Kitchen in Grand Rapids and at the YWCA in her hometown. What an amazing person! Thank you so much for your volunteer work, positive attitude and joy for ALD. Congratulations!
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