Written by Danielle Snow. Danielle is a second-year sophomore studying Sociology and Gender and Women’s Studies. She is our chapter's Public Relations Chairperson and the Co-President and Co-Founder of the WMU RSO FemiNOW.
Behavioral Psychology and Biomedical Science student, Kelly Snow is one of our October Members of the Month! She has been a superb member since this past spring semester and has been loving it ever since. “I felt that joining ALD would open doors for me that I could not receive anywhere else,” said Kelly. “I also liked the idea of meeting new people that I could vibe with, those whom I could learn from and teach in return.”
As a big fan of volunteering, Kelly is one of our best table volunteers! “It helps me spread the word about ALD and let others know why they should join,” Kelly said. “I love to be able to share my experiences and hope that someone could join and be as happy as I am.”
Kelly is such an upbeat and positive member! This chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta is lucky to have such a motivated person in our organization. “I love being a member of ALD and it is one of the best experiences for me. Meeting new people and giving back to my community is something I love to do,” said Kelly. “I am very passionate about this organization and am honored to receive this recognition!”
Biomedical major and second-year student, Alexandria Amponsah is being recognized as one of our October Members of the Month! This wonderful member joined ALD in the Spring of 2016 and has been an incredibly involved members ever since.
“I am very happy I joined ALD. I love doing the volunteer work and getting to interact with different people,” said Alexandria. “Everyone on the ALD board are also really nice, every time I walk into in a meeting they are always laughing about something. It is very welcoming.”
It’s important to ALD to have members who are not only active in their volunteer work, but also attentive at meetings and Alexandria accomplishes both. She’s always early to every meeting and is always paying attention to our discussion.
“My favorite event was working the information table. I had a lot of fun and there was never a dull moment,” said Alexandria. “I also loved to tell the freshman about this great honor society. My favorite part was them telling us that this was motivation for them to get good grades.”
A side note about our awesome members of the month, they actually met at an information table (hence their excitement for these events). Now, they are like two peas in a pod! Thank you both for being such outstanding members and brining such a positive atmosphere to our meetings! Congratulations on this honor!