Sorority Sister Spotlight
Showcasing and Embracing Sorority Women in the Science Field
About the Project
My name is Addison Keilty and I am a current junior at American University, a member of Delta Gamma – Beta Epsilon chapter and an aspiring environmentalist. I am striving to dispel the negative connotation the word sorority has been given with my future career choice.
I have the unique opportunity to break down the belief that sorority women are not involved with science. I am a proud sister of Delta Gamma and a future environmental scientist. I know women throughout sororities nationwide are brilliant, powerful, and science-forward.
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