2014
Alumni (Scholar)

Emma DiNapoli

Roxanna and Ralph Joynes Jefferson Scholar
Harrisonburg, Virginia
Degrees:
B.A. University of Virginia (2014)
Professional Sector:
Government

Bio:

OpenGrounds, intern; Student Entrepreneurs for Economic Development, project leader; Flash Seminars, lead organizer; Common Grounds Healing Center, marketing committee; Third Year Council; Second Year Council; First Year Council; University Guide Service, Colonnades Ball co-chair, events co-chair; Webb-Maupin Association Council, Echols Council, outreach committee; Lighting of the Lawn, logistics committee; Sustained Dialogue, moderator; Relay for Life, co-captain; Monroe Society; University Democrats; Alternative Spring Break, site leader San Francisco, Everglades, Tucson; Jefferson Scholars Public Service Fellow, head fellow; Madison House, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) program director, tutor; Pancakes for Parkinson's, ambiance committee, mixer, executive board, First Year outreach; Days on the Lawn, team leader, student ambassador; Virginia Center for the Humanities, volunteer; Student Council, academic affairs committee; Dialogue Across U.Va., moderator; EngageUVA; Student Ambassadors; Delta Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Raven Society Scholarship; Raven Society; Patricia Hollingsworth Prize in Ethics; Dean's List; Echols Scholar

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