SALISBURY, N.C. – Seventy Rowan-Cabarrus students were inducted into the Sigma Alpha Pi National Society of Leadership and Success during a ceremony held recently in the College’s Student Center.
“This prestigious organization recognizes students who achieve high academics while completing a variety of leadership requirements to become fully inducted members. These student leaders delve into campus life, giving of themselves and their time outside the classroom,” said Rowan-Cabarrus Director of Student Life and Leadership Barb Meidl. “We strive to instill students with the desire to become lifelong learners while also becoming good citizens.”
The Rowan-Cabarrus 2019 inductees were: Aaliyah Smalls, Abigail Barfield, Abril Parks, Adrian Stallings, Alexandra Seamon, Alicia Deras-Cruz, Alivia Hoskie, Allison Hamilton, Alyxandria Carmichael, Amanda Murphy, Ashanti Durley, Aurica Arnett, Briant McDaniel, Brittany Ingram, Chassidy Jones, Christyna Reagan, Colby Cress, Coleman Bready, Cornasia Leach, Cortarius Polk, Dalton Canup, Destiny Thomas, Ebony Rooks, Emma Ponivas, Fausto German, Gillian Hernandez, Grace Johnson, Hayley Schultz, Isaac Miller, Jaqueline Rodriguez Reyes, Jamie Javis, Jennifer Scotti, Johnny Hongsathirath, Jonathan Luc, J’Wayne Covington, Kaitlyn Hongsathirath, Katelyn Stanly, Katherine Messick, Kelly Luna, Krystal Donovan, Krystal Rivera, Lesly Curiel, Lorena Ortega Trujillo, Markala Tucker, Medina Abdul-Halim, Monica Hernandez, Monica Olson, Monserat Salazar, Natalie Templeton, Nessiah McDaniel, Nicholas Moss, Rachelle Colas, Rachelle Harrison, Samantha Grizzle, Sarah Grooms, Sarah Howe, Sarah Schilkowski, Sarai Acosta, Savanna Carpenter, Shaniqua Mayweather, Sidney Potts, Stephanie Ortiz, Susan Markantonakis, Tatiana Lo, Teresa Murphy, Terra Smith, Thomas Jackson, Tonya Park, Xcaret Cruz Ramirez, and Zechariah Copeland.
“I congratulate each of these students for their commitment to their course work, each other, and their community,” said Dr. Carol S. Spalding, Rowan-Cabarrus president. “It is our mission to meet students where they are and help them become all that they can be, and these students are doing just that and representing Rowan-Cabarrus well.”
The National Honor Society of Leadership and Success is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. With more than 650 chapters across the nation, the Society has well over one million members.