LIVONIA, MICH. – Each year Kappa Gamma Pi awards a St. Catherine Undergraduate Achievement Medal and
scholarship. The eligible student is a potential Kappa Gamma Pi member maintaining
a strong GPA and demonstrating qualities of leadership, service, and action in college,
church, and the general community.
Joined by her family at the Spirit Luncheon, this year's recipient, Celina Boey, majors in paralegal studies and has been involved in the Mosaic Leadership Academy, Student Ambassador Program, Mosaic Mentor, First- Year Experience Mentor, and winner of the MLK Essay Contest earlier this year. Community Service projects include painting rooms at the Methodist Children’s Home, Human Trafficking Soap, lectoring at Chapel Mass, volunteering at Open Houses, and the Arts and Scraps project.
Catherine of Alexandria, a third-century woman known through legend, was renowned for her love of learning and dedication to principles. Christian legend has preserved her in memory as a leader ahead of her time in both learning and involvement in public life.