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MSMU Student Giving Society

The MSMU Student Giving Society (SGS) is a group of student leaders dedicated to sharing MSMU traditions, connecting with alumnae, and supporting our culture of philanthropy. In partnership with the Department of Institutional Advancement and the Office of Alumnae Relations, SGS members serve as ambassadors to keep classmates informed, plan student/alumnae engagement activities, recognize and thank current donors, and help grow the Mount’s culture of philanthropy and service.

Our next meeting will be January 2022, TBD.


Josie DeBellis Aaryona Adams Sofia Jaquez Emily Repreza
Nishat Salsabil Astrid Godinez Alexis Muro Janessa Valdez
Rashell Villatoro Angelica Martinez   Elissa Doering Ashley Castaneda
Tensi Cherry Claudia Tarazon Gloria Zelaya  Daniela Ledesma
Victorianna Camacho   Crystal Gutierrez Crystal Chavez    Marcy Gandari
Yasmine Velez Dalilah Valencia  Aliyah Sicat  Jessica Gonzales 
Kathleen Ruther  Janet Andrade Gloria Zelayel  Allison Stull 
Yesenia Roman  Soledad Vazquez   Aurora Torres
      Tania Cerezo
      Cindy Nunez
      Celeste Watkins
      Kaylynn Johnson
      Zianne Hinoja
      Aurora Rangel
      Daniela Sarahi Ponce

Member Benefits:

  • Exclusive access to MSMU alumnae and events
  • Build an alumnae network before you graduate
  • Create a memorable student experience for your class
  • Leadership opportunities and recognition for your service to the Mount
  • Marketing, communications, fundraising, and event planning experience

Member Role:

SGS members represent the diversity of the student experience and serve as a liaison between the Alumnae Relations office and the student body:

Motivate: Model the Mount core values of leadership, service and philanthropy and share what you learn about longstanding Mount traditions. Encourage classmates to participate in student/alumnae programming and events. Motivate classmates to support the Mount and stay involved with the MSMU Alumnae Association.

Communicate: Share feedback with staff on classmates’ needs and accomplishments. Promote benefits and services available to students including Mount Connect for online networking and mentorship, Career and Professional Development programs and more. Seniors will help inform senior class programing as they prepare to join the MSMU Alumnae Association.

Support: Help classmates understand the importance of giving back to strengthen the culture of service and philanthropy at MSMU by participating in annual initiatives like the President’s Invitation to Serve and Mount Day of Giving. Leverage the digital fundraising platform to support the Senior Class Gift program.  


  • Attend a majority of the committee meetings and events ( approx. 2 meetings and 1 event per semester)
  • Provide input and feedback during the planning of events and programs
  • Participate in Mount Day of Giving by making a donation of any amount to the program of your choice

How to Join:

Students interested in joining SGS should complete this form to start receiving communications about meetings and events.

Events to Volunteer/Participate:

Sept. 23- SGS Meeting
Women’s Leadership Conference
Senior Series, Life After the Mount
President’s Invitation to Serve
Nov. 11 - SGS Meeting
Nov 30 - #GivingTuesday
Feb 2/3 - SGS Meeting
Feb 10 - Student & Alumnae Networking Mixer
March - SGS Meeting
March 24 – Report on the Status of Women and Girls
TBD – Life After the Mount with Career and Professional Development
April 7 - Mount Day of Giving
April TBD – Senior Dinner and Senior Class Gift

Questions? Email Brittany Skiles, manager of Alumnae Relations and Volunteer Engagement, at

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