Chapter Officers
Kamillah Scales - President
Byron McClendon - Vice President
Jasmine Brown - Secretary
Brittany Griffith - Treasurer
Jessica Baldwin - VP Membership
Madison Smith - 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

Jonnese Goings - Path to Excellence Award, 2018
Micah Woods - Path to Excellence Award, 2017
Katelyn Robinson - New Member Award, 2017
Jonnese Goings - New Member Award, 2017
Anna Ford - New Member Award, 2017
Mallory Miller - Emerging Leaders Scholarship, 2010
Samantha Harrison - New Member Award, 2010
Brittany Dong - Path to Excellence Award, 2010
Zelma L. Talley - New Member Award & Path to Excellence Award, 2009

Chapter Highlights
MLK Day of Service

Each year, SAL members from across the nation spend time honoring the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. by volunteering on the MLK  Day of Service. In addition to honoring Dr. King’s impact, MLK Day is

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!

9-11 Flag Memorial

First starting as an event at a single chapter, the 9-11 Flag Memorial event has blossomed into a fall tradition for Sigma Alpha Lambda. This year, SAL members from across the country worked to create beautiful memorials on their respective campuses.

Mississippi State University

Acts of Kindness For the Mississippi State University SAL chapter, sharing random acts of kindness was a big hit! During Random Acts of Kindness Week, officers and members set up a table on campus where they passed out free cookies and flowers. They even offered gluten-free and vegan options.

Mississippi State University

Salvation Army Volunteering Sigma Alpha Lambda members at Mississippi State University had a great turnout for their Salvation Army volunteer event. They broke up into two groups, with one working outside and the other inside.

Mississippi State University

One Million Bones Project At their first meeting of the semester, the Mississippi State University Chapter took time to participate in the One Million Bones Project as a group.  According to their website, One Million Bones is “a large-scale social arts practice, which means we use education and hands-on artmaking to raise awareness of genocides and atrocities going on around the world, this very day.” They plan to collect 1,000,000 handmade bones to be installed in the National Mall in Washington, D.C., this June.