Our March Member Spotlight is Gennete Saciri from Baldwin Wallace University!
Gennete is a current a senior majoring in public health. She is active member of Zeta Tau Alpha and the current President of her sorority for 2021-22 academic year. Gennete also frequently volunteers at Baldwin Wallace’s Brain Center for Community Engagement. One of her big projects is the campus wide 2022 Social Change Summit Conference on Saturday, January 22, 2022. The BW Social Change Summit was going to be in-person, but due to COVID, it was decided to go virtual. Gennete serves as the Student Director of this campus wide event in which non-profits share their stories and engage students in several social issues (i. e. Hunger Issues, Homeless Issues, Disability Rights, Mental Health Issues and LGBTQ Issues). Gennete has put a lot of time into this conference style program (which is also part of the BW’s MLK Week of Celebrations), because helping others and social justice issues are so important to her and her future career goals. A few days after the 2022 BW Social Change Summit, Gennete compiled a list of resources from each session that were forward to all the participants. Gennete Saciri exemplifies what it means to be an outstanding member and CKI Executive Board Member, she has served as a BW’s CKI Treasurer and Vice President.
Her dedication to Circle K’s core values of leadership, fellowship and service makes her an outstanding member. Gennete arrives with a positive attitude and encourages everyone to connect and have fun together. Gennete Saciri is a very busy young woman, but nonetheless, she still makes time to attend most of the general meetings, as well as many service projects that her schedule allows. Gennete has a passion for service, and it clearly shows whether she is making dog toys, making bird feeders, making fleece blankets, volunteering at the Red Cross Blood Drive or making Birthday Cake Kits for the children in foster care. Overall, Gennete Saciri helps make Baldwin Wallace University a better place for ALL students.