Danelly Bello, Triple Major in Sociology, Criminal Justice and Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latino Studies

Danelly Bello is an Honors College student and a triple major in Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latino Studies. She has been recognized for her academic achievements as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society, the Spellman Achievement Award, 4.0 Scholar, and Dean’s List. Inspired by her parents’ immigrant background, Danelly has elected to pursue a career in immigration law where she will be able to utilize her fluent bilingual skills in Spanish and English. Her intensive academic workload has not kept her from serving as a good citizen and leader in a wide range of extracurricular activities, including serving as a Wellness Assistant for Residential Life on State Quad, Captain for the Don’t Walk Alone Program, member of Fuerza Latina, and participant in the University Dance Council and Support Squad. Additionally, she received a President’s award for her work with the Don’t Walk Alone Program. As testament to her humanitarianism, her list of community service projects is equally extensive and includes volunteering for Teen Information and Peer Services (TIPS) and fundraising for Relay For Life.