Danielle Goodrich graduated from the University of Southern California in the Spring of 2009. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience, a degree that would help her prepare for the University of Maryland’s School of Medicine.
During her time at USC, she impressed faculty, students and staff alike. She was noted as a true scholar and a student leader by the staff member who recommended her for the Gamma Sigma Alpha graduate student scholarship. A few of her memberships included Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, USC’s Peer Mediation Program, Mortar Board, Golden Key and of course, Gamma Sigma Alpha. She led the alpha chapter of Gamma Sigma Alpha and was an advocate for the organization on campus.
Community service is another area Goodrich focused on as a student. She volunteered, asssisting Katrina victims during an Alternative Spring Break. Philanthropically, she raised money for Darfur genocide victims and collected items for a women’s shelter in Los Angeles.
Goodrich said, “Gamma Sigma Alpha has opened my eyes to the Greek community beyond my individual sorority. I was able to form connections with Greek leaders from many fraternities and make an impact on the entire system.”
The Gamma Sigma Alpha Board of Directors congratulates Goodrich on an exemplary academic record. There is no doubt she will continue to do good things and we wish her all the success in the world.
Last year, Missouri State was placed on the Gamma Sigma Alpha Honor Roll and shared that information with their administration. The University decided to honor that accomplishment at a basketball game and you can see the clip below. Thanks for sharing this!
Deadline to apply for the annual Regional GPA awards is January 26 and you can apply here.