Lee Receives Greater Salisbury College Leadership Award
SALISBURY, MD---At Salisbury University, Alexis Lee has been called a role model with an exceptional work ethic.
Recently, the Greater Salisbury Committee (GSC) recognized another of her attributes: community leadership. Lee is the SU recipient of this year’s Greater Salisbury College Leadership Award. She accepted the honor from U.S. Representative Andy Harris (left) and Jon Sherwell (right), representing the M&T Bank Foundation, which sponsored the award.
The junior community health major from Baltimore is president of SU’s student NAACP chapter and historian for the student organization Women Inspiring Never-ending Kinnections (WINK). She also is a resident assistant, and a member of SU’s Epsilon Xi chapter of the Eta Sigma Gamma national health education honor society and Nu Rho chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
In addition, Lee serves on the Guerrieri University Center advisory board and Multicultural Leadership Summit committee, and has served as executive coordinator for the NAACP and National Pan-Hellenic Council step show at SU.
In 2015, she earned the SU student NAACP’s W.E.B. DuBois Award for exceptional work ethic, dedication and leadership qualities while serving on the organization’s executive board of directors. She also earned the WINK Woman of Excellence Award, presented each year to a member who has served as a role model for women on campus while developing new ideas and connections for the organization.
Lee is a 2013 graduate of Eastern Technical High School in Essex, MD.
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