Our Leading Woman of the Month for January is our sister Mallory! She is a junior majoring in psychology and minoring in criminology. It is not surprising to say Mallory is on the Dean's List. Also, she is a member of the Behavioral and Brain Sciences Honors Program, and this means she is completing an undergraduate research thesis.
Mallory was selected for the month of January as a result of her outstanding achievements overall, but most importantly her recent ones. Mallory is currently apart of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key Honors Society. She is a Freshman Mentor, and this year she obtained a job as a Student Tour Ambassador for recruitment on campus. Additionally, Mallory recently accepted an internship in Cape Town, South Africa this summer to work as an Educational Mentor for high-need, low-resource children. Finally, she plans to apply to PsyD programs in clinical psychology.
Mallory constantly is working to better herself, which spreads throughout the Zeta Upsilon chapter, and all of her peers. Mallory's hard work shines in everything she does, and she exceeds all aspects that tie into being a leading woman.