Twenty Students Inducted into National Society of Leadership and Success Honor Society

July 24, 2020

By Lorraine Parr

In a virtual ceremony held on May 8, 20 students were inducted into Sigma Alpha Pi, the National Honor Society for Leadership and Success.

Sigma Alpha Pi was founded with the sole purpose of creating lasting positive change by encouraging communication, volunteerism and strong leadership. It is the largest collegiate leadership honor society in the United States with 711 chapters and more than 1.2 million members nationwide. Membership is by invitation based on academic standing and/or leadership potential.

The Saint Anselm College students inducted in the 2019-2020 academic year are:

Christina Behen ’20, nursing major
Erica Davis ’20, criminal justice major
Matthew Diello ’20, nursing major
Kelly Fagan ’20, business major
Ashley Grillo ’20, behavioral neuroscience major
Ashley Iannuzzi ’20, marketing major
Katherine Jepsen ’20, English major
Katherine King 21, biology major
Luke Konishesky ’20, finance major
Ahslee Locke-Hunter ’22, elementary education major
Erin McCosh ’20, nursing major
Emily McSherry ’20, communication major
Sarah Murphy ’20, politics and communication major
Joseph Planz ’20, business and marketing major
Kelly Quirk ’21, nursing major
Claire Ridley ’20, classical archaeology and classics major
Rebecca Rondeau ’20, criminal justice major
Heather Roscoe ’20, accounting and finance major
Susan-Caitlyn Seavey ’20, peace and justice studies major
Meghan Sullivan ’20, communication major


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