Greek Leader of Distinction awards

glJustin “JB” Brown ’13 of Sigma Chi and Maggie Keane ‘14 of Sigma Sigma Sigma received Greek Leaders of Distinction at the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) 2013 conference. The NGLA annually recognizes several outstanding members of the Northeastern Greek community. These students are individuals who exemplify the ideals of sorority and/or fraternity membership in their daily lives. The following are criteria used to select the recipients of the Greek Leaders of Distinction Award—leadership, service to the University, service to fraternity or sorority, service to the governing council and larger fraternity/sorority community, interest, ability and achievement in scholastic activities, character and ideals exemplified through fraternity/sorority membership.

Justin “JB” Brown’s nominator said the following about Justin’s leadership ability, “Mr. Brown is one of the unsung heroes of Greek Life, and through his situation, character, and values he has exceeded expectations of his peers and administration. Mr. Brown’s continued commitment to the growth and development of Greek Life

at Bryant is notable as well as his collaborative attitude which has united the men’s chapters more now than ever before.”

Maggie Keane’s nominator said the following about Maggie’s leadership ability, “It is so rare to see a student [Maggie Keane] who is preceded so strongly by her reputation. Her confidence and dedication receives such high respect from her peers, faculty, and staff while maintaining an excellent academic record. Ms. Keane has been described as a delight since her arrival at Bryant’s summer orientation and continues to demonstrate the values and ideals of Greek life, making her worthy of this honor.”

Please help me to congratulate two outstanding leaders from the Greek Community!

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