Sigma Gamma Rho offers executive level training for college members
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority returned to its roots recently to grooms a new generation of leaders by offering a leadership summit for undergraduate members on the campus of Butler University for members of the 93-year-old sorority.
The summit gave the college students, from all over the country, an opportunity to improve their leadership skills, receive executive level training from professionals, and networking with veteran members of the 90,000-plus member sorority.
“I learned a whole lot, especially when it comes to my resume, appearances and how to speak to others. I learned how to be prepared. These are all tips I am going to apply,” said Nayona Thompson of Virginia State University.
“This training is invaluable and serves as the first step in our strategic plan to train our undergrads and members to become engaged and inspired leaders in the workplace and in the wider community,” said Sigma Gamma Rho President Bonita M. Herring.
Sigma Gamma Rho was founded Nov.12, 1922 at Butler University.