SALC ALUMNI

Andrew String '21 | President | Government & Politics and Economics

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

empowers the community around me. I want to engage the world of business with the people they directly serve. I am determined to create opportunities for companies to give back and listen to their communities.

 

Jessica Woodard '21 | VP Marketing & Communication |  Anthropology

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

creates a world that is open and accepting to all races, ethnicities, and culturally defined groups of people.

 

Catalina Chesney '20 | Kinesiology

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

creates a better pipeline for women of color scientists.

Patrick Edwards '20 | VP Spirit & Pride |  Environmental Science & Technology

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

creates a world that isn't afraid to speak up for what they believe is right.

PJ Galant '20 | Elementary Education

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

creates an environment that provides everyone and anyone with a great and engaging education.

Julia Hall '20 |  Mechanical Engineering

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

encourages and supports women in STEM fields.

Rachael Higbee '20 | VP Campus Programming |  Spanish language & Film Studies

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

inspires and engages people in ways that make them want to change the world.

Ally Johnson '20 | VP Alumni Programming |  Behavioral & Community Health

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

empowers women to become innovators and leaders in their professional pursuits, with an emphasis on authenticity and collaboration.

Edom Mesfein '20 | President |  Communications

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

encourages empathy in all aspects of our lives, in order to cultivate a better understanding of those around us, thus leading to opportunities for social change.

Emily Mitchell '20 | Criminology and Criminal Justice

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

creates an environment where no one is afraid to speak up and advocate for their needs.

 

Audrey Anderle '19 | Economics and Government & Politics

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

increases awareness about the most effective ways to give back, and how the simplest action can make a huge difference in someone else's life.

Troi Barbour '19 | Communications

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

creates an environment where people regardless of culture feel welcome.

Xaria Crawford '19 | Hearing & Speech Sciences and French

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

prioritizes mental health & emotional wellness through education and discussion that can raise awareness and strengthen communities.

Kelley Darlington '19 | Public Health

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

improves access to and understanding of health care services among all people.

Kendall Davis '19 | International Business and Marketing

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

elevates communities of color through improved financial literacy.

Molly Glime '19  | VP Membership | Psychology

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

makes affordable higher education a reality for all young scholars.

Austin Goncz '19  | Bioengineering

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

teaches engineering students how to think critically about how to solve new problems, and to reengineer complicated and resource-demanding medical procedures so they can be easily and cheaply performed in rural and/or poor communities around the world.

Luna Homsi '19  | Anthropology

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

addresses health inequities in our community and around the world.

Marion Irvin '19 | President | Dietetics

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

increases the availability of nutritious food to all across the country.

Tomi Okanlawon '19 | Community Health

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

lives a life with a core value of philanthropy and giving back, in order to grant young black girls with full scholarships to college. I will inspire them by sharing my story of hardships so they know that they to, can conquer.

Dimitri Pappas '19 | Environmental Science and Policy

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

institutes language development classes as early as possible in the United States, because when we destroy language barriers, we foster stronger connections among people of diverse backgrounds.

Connor Peterson '19 | VP Administration | Government & Politics and Public Policy

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

inspires social change by encouraging open dialogues.

Sophie Yang '19 | Mathematics

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

highlights that every individual has assets to contribute to society, and that regardless of preconceived notions that may be placed on the person, he/she/they have the potential to create change.

 

Nick Armah '18 | VP Campus Programming | Government & Politics

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

promotes student engagement and development by defining and futher emphasizing the importance of higher education institutions as vehicles of student self-realization.

Adwoa Boateng '18 | VP Membership | Economics and Government & Politics

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

contributes in the movement to educate girls and alleviate poverty in the developing world.

Lexi Duncan '18 | Psychology

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

increases understanding of developmental disabilities and encourage an accepting society.

Sabrina Elshafei '18 | Middle School Math & Science Education

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

gives an accessible education to women around the world.

Amy Gill '18 | Marketing and Communication

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

inspires a generation fighting for the next.

Kevin Halliday '18 | VP Marketing & Communication | Computer Engineering

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

motivates other students to be engaged, empathetic, and confident leaders.

Jose Lima-Rosas '18 | Psychology

Andrew Reitzes '18 | Civil & Environmental Engineering

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

builds sustainable and green infrastructure that fosters learning and development for all.

Taylor Warring '18 | International Business and Government & Politics

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

fosters cross cultural understanding in the workplace.

Craig Wasserman '18 | Dietetics and Kinesiology

 

Nazar Bedi '17 | Economics

Erin Fitzpatrick '17 | Criminology & Criminal Justice and Accounting

Nicole Joie '17 | Communication

MY FEARLESS IDEA......

reduces the stigma around mental health and build open, honest communication channels to discuss mental health.

Esanye Ogbe '17 | Civil Engineering

Dimas Syuardi '17 | Studio Art

Tessa Trach '17 | Broadcast Journalism