Chapter Officers
Stephanie Gemmell - President
Rachel-Nicole Miller - Vice President
Mehr Rai - Secretary
Ruixuan Wang - Treasurer

Contact Details
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Chapter Support Representative - Denise Feikema


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

Stephanie Gemmell - Chapter Leadership Award, Path to Excellence Award, 2019
Leah Staniorski - New Member Award, 2013
Victoria Costa - Chapter Leadership Award, 2013
Michael Ross - New Member Award, 2010
Maura T. Reilly - Path to Excellence Award, 2008
Marni Rose Lapin - Path to Excellence Award, 2007

Chapter Highlights
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Valentine’s Day

This year, several SAL chapters tapped into the spirit of Valentine’s Day by giving gifts to others.

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2018 Food Fight Against Hunger

2018’s Food Fight Against Hunger event has come to a close, and we’re proud of all the work that members accomplished!

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Thanksgiving Meals

Sharing a meal is one of the best ways to bond as a group, and SAL used the Thanksgiving holiday as a great opportunity to do just that.

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George Washington University

Anna Orthwein Memorial Scholarship The Anna Orthwein Memorial Scholarship at the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences was established by Mrs. Jayne Orthwein, Mr. Bill Orthwein and Sigma Alpha Lambda in memory of Anna Nicole Orthwein, Columbia College ’09 who passed away on June 4, 2007.

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George Washington University

Boo at the Zoo The George Washington University Chapter was one of several SAL chapters that participated in their local zoo’s Halloween Boo at the Zoo event. These events are a way for children to see the zoo while enjoying Halloween activities and treats. 

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George Washington University

Light the Night Walk The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society hosts the Light the Night Walk annually in cities all over North America. The walk is a way to raise funds to be able to research a cure and provide hope to those battling cancer. The George Washington University Chapter participated in a walk near them this year.