Kally Lavoie graduates from Elon University

Kally Lavoie

GRADUATING WITH HONORS -- Kally Lavoie, of Littleton, N.H., graduated magna cum laude from Elon University in Elon, N.C. on May 23, 2015, with a bachelor of arts after majoring in Strategic Communications and a minor in American Studies and History. Her list of honors include: Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society medal and Student Vice President Placque, Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society, Pi Gamma Mu Social Science Honor Society, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society and Phi Eta Sigma First-Year Honor Society. Kally's senior research paper will be published in the Fall 2015 issue of the Elon Journal of Undergraduate Research in Communications. This is an impressive distinction as it recognizes outstanding work through senior research and findings. Throughout her time at Elon, Kally was the Social Media coordinator on the Elon Intersect: Diversity and Leadership Conference Fall 2014. She participated in the Summer 2014 Elon in New York City program with an internship at Hanna Lee Communications. She participated in a January study abroad course in Greece, titled Greece: Classics in Context. Finally, she participated in the inaugural course titled Infusing Creativity and Innovation into the Workplace, culminating in a spring break trip to Walt Disney World in Florida that included educational programs and behind the scenes leadership courses. Lavoie is the daughter of Glenn and Kimmy Lavoie of Littleton. She was the Valedictorian of the Littleton High School Class of 2011.

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