Peyton Beasley is a sophomore from Jacksonville, majoring in fine arts and advertising. With the help of her scholarship, she is able to become more involved in service organizations on campus.
Brenna DeBlasio is a senior majoring in journalism and media production. She is from St. Augustine. DeBlasio is the philanthropy chair for Flagler’s service sorority, Phi Alpha Omega, planning service opportunities in the community for over 65 women members, including United Way and Dining with Dignity.
Phaedra DeJarnette is a junior from Lakeland, Fla. She is majoring in media studies with a minor in creative writing. DeJarnette facilitates discussions involving diversity and inclusion within on-campus organizations such as the Student Government Association, Club Unity and the Black Student Association.
Lindsay Giliam is a senior majoring in strategic communication with a double minor in history and advertising and is from Lakeland, Fla. She works with Flagler College Volunteers and its bi-annual Day of Service, as well as Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Special Olympics. Giliam also works with the Black Student Association and Student Government Association.
Morgan Hutchison is a senior from Alachua, Fla. She is a media studies and sociology double major. She founded the National Alliance on Mental Illness chapter on Flagler’s campus. This organization brings advocacy and awareness to mental health issues through meetings, expert panel discussions, Mental Health First Aid trainings and a Mental Health Fair.
Charlene Nowotny is a senior majoring in psychology from Marburg, Germany. She led the women’s soccer team to the NCAA Division II Final Four. When she’s not leading the Lady Saints in goals, she’s volunteering her time at community service events like Day of Service.
Autumn Parker is a junior from Gallatin, Tenn. She is majoring in business administration and strategic communication. Parker gives her time with Flagler College Volunteers and is a Sunday school teacher at her local church.
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