By Oanhie “Shinsen” Pham, Editor-in-Chief

Although she has only been a sister of Delta Phi Lambda for less than a year, Jenna “Eviana” Bradshaw from Grand Valley State University already holds several positions, including being her chapter’s vice president of finance and academic chair. She also volunteers to be on national committees for Delta Phi Lambda, such as the one for Convention 2015. Her dedication and leadership qualities help make her the fourth featured dedicated female leader for the Women’s History Month campaign.

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“Her willingness to make a change in our sorority and constantly dedicating her time to be actively involved has motivated me to do the same,” said Lien “Estella” Dang, president of the Grand Valley State chapter. “Her creative thinking inspires ideas and those ideas inspire change.”

Lien also said that Jenna helps other sisters build on their character by challenging them to do their best.

“She lives and breathe our virtues every day of her life,” Lien said. “Not only does she find ways to empower herself, she also empowers others to be dedicated female leaders in our sorority, campus and community.”

The Jade Times will continue to feature dedicated female leaders on the website and on Instagram (@thejadetimes).

Nominate the next featured dedicated female leader here: http://bit.ly/187fPgn