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Leadership Honor Society Inducts 67 Students

August 17, 2017

Chip Underhill
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The National Society of Leadership and Success, the nation's largest leadership honor society, has inducted 67 students into the chapter of Saint Anselm College, Sigma Alpha Pi. The students represent the first NSLS members from Saint Anselm; the chapter was formed in December of 2016.

The Saint Anselm students inducted for the 2016-2017 academic year are as follows, with their majors, home towns and class years.

Keerstyn Allen, Nursing; Pembroke, N.H.; 2018
Emily Arnold, Nursing; Southborough, Mass.; 2018
Jenna Kate Bisbee, International Relations and French; Merrimack, N.H.; 2019
Candice Bonarrigo, Nursing; Weymouth, Mass.; 2019
Jada Burke, Communication and Sociology; Randolph, Mass.; 2017
Kelsie Cameron, Psychology; Salem, N.H.; 2017
Joshua Caruso, Politics; Reading, Mass.; 2019
Andrew Cilento, Chemistry; Chelmsford, Mass.; 2018
Erin Clapp, Sociology and Social Work; Nashua, N.H.; 2017
Braelyn Croteau, Business; Somersworth, N.H.; 2019
Taylor Cudhea, Nursing; North Thetford, Vt; 2018
Deanna DeFelice, Communication; Nashua, N.H.; 2017
Omri de Pierre de Alpuche, Biology; Lynn, Mass.; 2017
James Dellisola, Business; Peabody, Mass.; 2018
David DiMauro, International Business; Middleton, Mass.; 2017
Megan Dodge, Natural Sciences; New Boston, N.H.; 2017
Bryan Even, Business; South Windsor, Conn.; 2017
Miranda Fitzpatrick, Theology; Canton, Conn.; 2019
Griffin Fraser, Sociology; Candia, N.H.; 2018
Nicole Garcia, Criminal Justice; East Granby, Conn.; 2017
Brennah Gladwill, Business; Citrus Heights, Calif.; 2017
Stephanie Goelzhauser, English; Cibolo, Tex.; 2018
Nicholas Gorski, Finance; Sandown, N.H.; 2018
Bradley Greenland, International Relations; Merrimack, N.H.; 2017
Juliann Guerra, English; Norwell, Mass.; 2019
Sarah Hummel, History; Nassau, N.Y., 2019
Danielle Isbell, English; Poway, Calif.; 2018
Laura Kalns, Chemistry; Manchester, N.H.; 2017
Eva Karakolidis, Criminal Justice; West Haven, Conn.; 2017
Ryan Kearns, Business; Portsmouth, R.I.; 2017
Daniel Kelly, Computer Science and Mathematics; Braintree, Mass.; 2018
Joseph Levasseur, Criminal Justice; Rowley, Mass.; 2017
Tristan Longley, International Relations & History; Granby, Conn.; 2019
Nina Lukens, English and Secondary Education, Reading, Mass., 2019
Caresse Mailloux, Fine Arts; Contoocook, N.H.; 2017
Mollie Mannion, Nursing; Boston, Mass.; 2019
Emily Mazza, Criminal Justice; Quincy, Mass.; 2017
Connor McGregor, Politics; Haverhill, Mass.; 2019
Caroline McKenzie, Psychology; Nashua, N.H.; 2018
Steven McLeod, Business; Chelmsford, Mass.; 2017
Brendan Megan, Criminal Justice, Hampstead, N.H.; 2017
Timothy Merrill, Politics; Methuen, Mass.; 2019
Olivia Neas, Nursing; Franklin, Mass.; 2019
Samantha O'Neill, Nursing, Tyngsboro, Mass., 2018
Kaitlyn Patterson, Politics; Stoneham, Mass.; 2019
Trevor Patton, Biochemistry; Damascus, Md.; 2017
Courtney Pelletier, English; Belmont, N.H.; 2018
Sara Peppler, Nursing; Hamilton, Mass.; 2017
Paul Ramieri, Finance; Smithfield, R.I.; 2017
Holly Rand, Accounting; North Yarmouth, Maine; 2017
Elise Rivera, Nursing; Franklin, Mass.; 2018
Dylan Ryan, Forensic Science; Framingham, Mass.; 2017
Lyndsay Scanlon, English and Secondary Education; Chelmsford, Mass.; 2017
Meghan Schmitt, Communication; Nashua N.H.; 2019
Rebekah Stearns, International relations; Andover, Mass.; 2018
Heather Sullivan, Nursing and Business; Weymouth, Mass.; 2018
Cori Swanhart, Nursing; New Fairfield, Conn; 2019
Heather Tagg, Nursing; Springfield, Va.; 2017
Tatum Trowbridge, Criminal Justice and Sociology, Meriden, Conn., 2019
Amy Vachon, Politics and English; Lowell, Mass.; 2017
Christopher Valente, Psychology, Leominster, Mass., 2017
Emily Vallari, Math and German; Contoocook, N.H.; 2018
Lauren Vitone, Nursing; Waltham, Mass.; 2018
Pauline Yates, Computer Science; Dublin, N.H.; 2019
Amanda Young, Education Studies; Wrentham, Mass.; 2017

Membership in the National Society of Leadership and Success includes over 730,000 honorees from 550 colleges across the country. The Society was founded in 2011 with a mission of creating lasting positive change and achieving individuals' dreams with proper support, dedicated action, and collective effort. The NSLS encourages community action, volunteerism, personal growth and strong leadership from its chapters and members.

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