RIT/NTID’s Hall among 2019 Legacy Leaders

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RIT/NTID's Jalon Hall was among the graduating seniors recognized as part of the Legacy Leadership program of RIT's Center for Women and Gender and the Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement. 

Hall, an Applied Arts & Sciences major from Denham Springs, Louisiana, is active with RIT's Women of Color, Honor and Ambition and the Multicultural Center for Academic Success. She also is a student representative with NTID's Student Life Team. She was Miss Black Deaf Louisiana 2013-2015. 

The Legacy Leadership program recognizes the achievements and leadership of RIT graduating women students. Students are self-nominated and must obtain two letters of support detailing their civic responsibility and leadership. 

The selected Legacy Leaders attended the 2019 Women’s Career Achievement Dinner held on April 22, 2019, in the Gordon Field House as guests of the Center for Women and Gender and Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement.

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