The Women of UNG, a shared-interest group of the university’s alumni association, selected 10 female student leaders out of 55 nominations for the recognition this year.
Since 2017, the Women of UNG have honored more than 60 female student-leaders during an annual luncheon held the first weekend in March, which is the start of Women’s History Month. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the luncheon was not held this year. Instead, each student leader was presented her certificate and gift in a face-to-face visit at UNG’s Alumni House.
“As student-leaders, these women inspire and guide others in their collegiate extracurricular activities, which gives them a special confidence that will help them achieve success in their professional careers,” said Gabrielle Barr Lang, chairwoman of Women of UNG.