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Leaders in Service Membership 2010-2011
Jasmine Alfonso is currently a sophomore at the University at Albany where she is pursuing degrees in History and Psychology. This is her first year in Leaders in Service and she is looking forward to the opportunity of helping out the local community. Jasmine came to Albany from Mahopac, New York, where she completed the New Visions Education program and volunteered with the SkillsUSA organization. She is committed to excelling at the university, where she has already received the Spellman Achievement Award for her first academic year.
Jessie Gallagher is a friendly, goal-oriented freshman at the University at Albany. She attended William Floyd High School in Long Island, NY, where she was fortunate enough to participate in numerous clubs, sports and academic programs. Many of the clubs, like FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), were volunteer and community service based. She was very dedicated and passionate about volunteering in her community at home, and continues to be in college. Being a volunteer throughout her high school career was the stepping stone that led her to step up in her new community at Albany. Service has always been a huge part of her life and she is determined to keep it that way by being a member of Leaders in Service here at the University of Albany.
Gabrielle Kamaker is a Junior in the School of Business. Her areas of study include business management, marketing, and mathematics. Gabrielle serves as the Community Service Assistant for Colonial Quadrangle and Leaders in Service. Ms. Kamaker is a Hotline Assistant for Middle Earth as well as a DJ for WCDB. She has served as a volunteer costume designer for UAlbany’s Cabaret. Gabbie has danced with the UAlbany Dance Council. She has served as Student Assistant in the Accounting Department at the University at Albany as well.
Samantha Litter is a second semester freshman at the University at Albany. She plans to declare her major as Social Welfare with a minor in Economics and Political Theory. She has been involved in many clubs and activities, including community service. She hopes to expand her experiences by joining more clubs and volunteering more heavily in the area. She believes that everyone should get involved because it is not only good for those you help, but also for yourself.
Molly Naaktgeboren is a freshman at SUNY Albany and is pursuing majors in both Chinese and Psychology. She enjoys playing pick up soccer. Molly has found loyal friends with the Albany Ultimate Frisbee Team, SCAM, and is a part of the PCA aspect of Middle Earth. Molly actively seeks out community service to aid others. After college she wishes to go on to serve with Americorps and Peace Corps.
Vivian Ogunji is a second semester freshman at the University at Albany. She resides in Bronx, New York where she began her leadership skills by mentoring and educating the youth in her community. She has facilitated workshops on topics such as Going Green, goal setting and study skills strategies with the intent on making children better citizens in their communities. Vivian enjoys working to better the community in which she lives. This semester, Vivian is a “big sister” for the Big Brother Big Sister Program. She is thrilled to be working with her 9 year old mentee. Vivian is just getting started with her commitment to serve the University and greater Albany community.
How do I become a Leader in Service?
Complete and submit an application to be considered for selection.
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