Daisy Girl Scout Leader

Pre K / K CCD Instructor-St Paul the Apostle

Foster Family for the Oconee County Animal Shelter

 

Collegiate Chapters

Local Chapter Information and Scholarship Recipients

 

KDE Scholarship Recipient High School student Jenese Wilson with Barbara Jackson, Advisor for Delta Gamma Chapter in Charlotte, NC.

National Scholarship

2017 Recipient

Collegiate Chapter

Brief Bio

 

The Rosemary Mazzatenta Scholarship

 

 

 

 

Alpha Kappa   Chapter of Kappa Delta Epsilon

Jennah plans to graduate Spring 2018 with a degree in Early Childhood Education from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  She currently serves as President of her KDE chapter.  On campus she’s a member of PAEYC, DUSEA, PIT, and Best Buddies. 

 

She also serves in her community by delivering food and clothing to the homeless through her church; cooking dinner at the Pittsburgh Children’s Hospital; and serving as a Summer Camp counselor.  Jennah has been on the Dean’s List for the past 5 semesters.

 

Jennah’s  KDE Adviser is Dr. David Carbonara

 

The Lynda F. Goodwin Scholarship

 

 

 

Gamma Upsilon   Chapter of Kappa Delta Epsilon

Hope plans to graduate in December 2017 with a degree in Middle-Level Mathematics Education from La Roche College in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  She currently serves her KDE chapter as Vice-President.

 

She volunteers with Math Counts at a local middle school where she prepares students in grades 6 – 8 for annual math competition in Pittsburgh; and she volunteers at her church as a youth group leader working with high school students, teaches Sunday School, and has been on mission trips.  She has been on the Dean’s List in 2015 and 2016.  Hope is currently working at a local high school as the assistant girls’ varsity coach. 

 

Hope’s KDE Adviser is Dr. Kathryn Silvis.

 

The Frances T. Carter Scholarship

 

 

Beta Rho Chapter of Kappa Delta Epsilon

Brittany plans to graduate in 2018 with a degree in Elementary Education from Judson College, Marion, Alabama. She serves as her KDE chapter President and was chosen as her chapter’s Outstanding KDE member. 

 

She’s a member of the English Club and Psychology Club on campus and has served her community serving lunch at the Ronald McDonald House and helping students at the local Marion Academy prepare for Science Olympiad. 

 

Brittany’s KDE Adviser is Dr. Lesley Sheek.