Chapter Officers
Taylor Tomb - President
Paige Freissen - Vice President
Camryn Ealy - Secretary
Kaylie Lewis - Treasurer
Sarah Lalchand - VP Community Service
Chelsea Chaibi - VP Academic Achievement

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

Maxwell Gocala - Chapter Leadership Award, 2014
Olivia Millsop - New Member Award, 2013
Kara Miller - Path to Excellence Award, 2012
Linda Crosby - Path to Excellence Award & New Member Award, 2012
Dana R. Vlock - Path to Excellence Award, 2009
Victoria Marie Chaney - Emerging Leaders Award, 2008
Erica Stacy Kellam - Path to Excellence Award, 2007

Chapter Highlights
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Youngstown State University

Painting the Rock for SAL Spirit Day On SAL Spirit Day, the Youngstown State University found a creative way to both take part in the event and promote Sigma Alpha Lambda.

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SAL Spirit Day

This year’s SAL Spirit Day campaign was one of our best yet, with everyone from SAL members to the national office celebrating the event!

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Youngstown State University

Welcome Ceremony Holding a Welcome Ceremony  is a great way for a SAL chapter to show new members what SAL is all about and tell them how they can get involved in the upcoming semester. The Youngstown State University’s Welcome Ceremony this year was a successful event where many new members were able to connect with the officer team. 

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Youngstown State University

New Member Welcome Ceremony The Youngstown State University chapter holds an annual ceremony to welcome new members to the chapter.  This event is a way for new members to learn more about the chapter and begin to get involved.  This year the chapter had 25 new members that decided to attend.  They were all very excited to be a part of SAL and wanted to get involved in helping the community.