Breh Ruger, Sigma Pi-Albion, says she would not be the confidant woman she is today without Kappa Delta. “My time in leadership in Kappa Delta has been full of growth, excitement, and difficulties, and it allowed me become the woman I always wanted to be,” she says. Through the support of her sisters, Breh felt empowered not only to serve her chapter as vp-finance and then chapter president, but also be an active member of the women’s tennis team and various honor societies, conduct research on macroinvertebrates and follow her passion for becoming an entomologist.
In recognition of her leadership, Breh earned a Corre Anding Stegall Collegiate Leadership Award, which includes a scholarship from the Kappa Delta Foundation. “I have struggled greatly with being able to afford my tuition, which has caused great amounts of stress,” she says. “This scholarship is incredibly important because it provides me with relief and ensures that I am able to continue attending school. This scholarship truly helped me continue following the passions that I so greatly want to achieve.”