Chapter Officers
Brittany Rolfe - President
Rene Ferguson - Vice President
Daniella Maldonado - Secretary
Samantha Ingurgio - VP Public Relations

Contact Details
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Chapter Support Representative - Rob Miner


Leadership Opportunities

The most engaging and active leadership roles are filling the role of a Chapter officer. This is an opportunity to develop hands on experience in communication, project planning & execution, team building, and time management. Elections occur once per year, typically in early spring. Click here to read a brief description of each officer position.

Scholarship and Award Recipients from this Chapter

Sara Stowers - Path to Excellence Award, 2019
Mary Battey - New Member Award, 2014
Jerel Kaufax - New Member Award, 2010
Sahira Helena Cambridge - Path to Excellence Award, 2009

Chapter Highlights
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Arizona State University

Passport to ASU More Arizona State University students know about their university’s SAL chapter thanks in part to the chapter’s participation in the Passport to ASU event. Passport to ASU is an event set up for new students to learn more about the student organizations and clubs at Arizona State University.

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Arizona State University

Devils in Disguise SAL members at Arizona State University participated in this year’s campus-wide Devils in Disguise. Devils in Disguise is the largest student-led service project at ASU and has been a part of campus culture for seventeen years.

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Arizona State University

Dance Marathon SAL members at Arizona State University shook things up at Dance Marathon, a fundraiser to benefit Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Participants stand for 12 hours and dance in support of the kids who can’t due to illnesses.

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Arizona State University

Devils in Disguise Arizona State University SAL members showed their school spirit and helped others while participating in Devils in Disguise.  Devils in Disguise is the largest day of service at ASU.  Students from across the university spend one morning volunteering at nonprofits and government agencies during this annual event. 

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Arizona State University

Beautification of Hudson Park Cleaning up streets, parks and other public places is an easy way for SAL members to give back to their communities.  The ASU Chapter did just that at Hudson Park in Tempe, AZ.  At the activity, people from Faithful City Church and ASU came together to rake leaves, pick up trash, and clean the park so children can play in a safe environment.  After cleaning up, all of the volunteers had a barbecue to eat and just socialize with one another.

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Arizona State University

Kids Carnival The members at Arizona State University volunteered at a children’s carnival that was put on by New Horizon Performing Arts School.  The carnival was to help them raise funds for the 4th-6th graders to go to camp in the spring and to help the other school age kids to be able to attend field trips.  Over 200 people from the community attended.  The event raised over $1000 and the SAL chapter was able to be a part of making that happen!