Chapter Officers
Miaya Small - President
Peytan Medlock - Vice President
Tracy Bookout - 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

Ashton Barker - Path to Excellence Award, 2015
Marsha Messer-Bass - Emerging Leaders Scholarship, 2013
Saudia Johnson - National Academic Achievement Award, 2012
Frandasia Williams - Path to Excellence Award, 2012
Gabriella Drouillard - Path to Excellence Award, 2012
Simone Parker - Path to Excellence Award, 2012
Morgan Brown - New Member Award, 2012
Saudia Johnson - National Academic Achievement Runner-Up, 2011
Yolanda Laray Wilson - Path to Excellence Award, 2007

Chapter Highlights
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Food Fight Against Hunger

Continuing the Fight in 2017 The Food Fight Against Hunger is the centerpiece of SAL’s fall volunteering. This year, 26 chapters worked SO hard to collect over 5,000 items and over $1,000 to fight hunger.

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Holiday Cards!

This season a common service idea was to send cards to people who may need an extra pick-me-up. This is a great service project because it is easy, inexpensive, and truly appreciated by the recipients.

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University of North Carolina Greensboro

Backpack Beginnings UNCG members of Sigma Alpha Lambda had a fun time volunteering with Backpack Beginnings!

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University of North Carolina Greensboro

UNCG Fun Fest Fun Fest is a free event on campus at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, hosted by the Wellness Center. Each organization hosts a booth with a theme about alcohol awareness. The SAL chapter was asked to host a booth and came up with the theme, “Instead of drinking alcohol, you can eat sundaes!”

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University of North Carolina Greensboro

CROP Walk “Ending hunger one step at a time.” That’s the simple concept behind the CROP Walk that takes place each Fall to raise money to end hunger both in the U.S. and overseas. This year, the University of North Carolina Greensboro Chapter brought a group of members to participate in the walk.

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University of North Carolina Greensboro

Habitat for Humanity SAL members from the University of North Carolina Greensboro Chapter gave of their time to volunteer with the Habitat for Humanity. The project assigned to the group was to put siding on a house. Members arrived early Saturday morning and began with a training session. Then they set to work, measuring the areas needing siding, cutting the siding to the correct size, and hammering  it to the house.