Congratulations to Hope Roozenboom for winning first place in the Dr. Michael N. Compton Public Affairs Essay Contest, a contest held for MSU undergraduate students through the Sigma Pi Fraternity and their nonprofit organization, the Institute for Development of Ethics and Leadership!
Hope is a PCC volunteer and community ambassador whose passion for life and campus connections have helped spread the word about PCC’s mission and services.
This year’s essay entries addressed the public affairs theme, The 21st Century Digital World. As the first-place winner, Hope received $500 in cash as well as $500 donated in her name to the nonprofit of her choice – Pregnancy Care Center!
We are thankful to Hope and to MSU for their generosity toward PCC.
Pictured is student essay winner, Hope Roozenboom; Terri Blackmon, PCC Client Services Director; Lisa McIntire, PCC Executive Director; Mr. Larry Bradley of IDEAL; and members of MSU’s Alpha Rho Chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity.
MSU link to award: https://publicaffairs.missouristate.edu/public-affairs-essay-contest.htm