Chapter Officers
Shenley Ross - President
Gabrielle Carr - Vice President
Aidan Swienton - Secretary
Blake Cox - Treasurer
Randall White - VP Community Service
Navindra Seoparsan - VP Academic Achievement
Blake Cox - VP Membership
George Maris - VP Public Relations

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

Georgette Akpakli - Chapter Leadership Award, 2017
Christina Martinez de Andino - National Academic Achievement Award, 2009
Cristina Martinez de Andino - Path to Excellence Award, 2008
Daniel Eliot Reinish - Emerging Leaders Post-Graduate Scholarship, 2007

Chapter Highlights
Fall Spirit

Serving & Socializing SAL chapters have enjoyed the spirit of the fall season this school year. In addition to the Food Fight Against Hunger, members have decorated cards for kids, hosted fun social events and volunteered at fun Halloween activities.

University of Virginia

Habitat for Humanity ReStore SAL Members at the University of Virginia Chapter helped make their local Habitat for Humanity ReStore a prettier place to visit.

University of Virginia

Kickoff Meeting & Service Project Most SAL chapters get the school year started by holding a kickoff meeting for their members. Our University of Virginia Chapter combined their first meeting with a service project!

University of Virginia

Habitat for Humanity Service Project The University of Virginia Chapter recently volunteered at their local Habitat for Humanity Re-Store by helping with a variety of projects!

University of Virginia

Challah for Hunger Members of the University of Virginia chapter recently spent a wintery Tuesday afternoon helping the university’s Challah for Hunger (CfH) chapter mix and knead delicious challah bread as part of a community service activity.

University of Virginia

NETwork Against Malaria The University of Virginia Chapter decided to partner with another organization, NETwork Against Malaria, to help those in need.  NETwork Against Malaria makes beaded bracelets which are then sold.  The funds are used to help purchase malaria netting and medicine in areas that are at high risk of contracting the disease.