2003
Alumni (Scholar)

Jenny Murrill

William M. Hill Jr. Jefferson Scholar
Mechanicsville, Virginia
Degrees:
B.S. University of Virginia (2003)
M.E. University of Virginia (2007)
Professional Sector:
Consulting

Bio:

University Guide Service; Young Women Leaders Program; Madison House, Big Sibling Program director; Mendenhall, Mississippi service trip; Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team, founding member, training chair, vice chair, chair; Mothers Against Drunk Driving National Commission on Binge Drinking; Hanover County Drug Forum; Recovering Alcoholics Bible study leader; Alcohol Awareness Week Steering Committee Youth Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Project, youth leader, junior staff, intern; Wellness Housing proposal co-author; BACCHUS/GAMMA Peer Education Regional Conference; Society of Women Engineers; Dance Marathon; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Smart Travel Lab researcher; Louis T. Rader Outstanding Service Award; Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society; Lawn resident; Dean’s List

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