Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter

Dr. Laurie Smith Lawson
Chapter President

Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter continues to answer the call to serve others. Developing leaders through sisterhood and servitude, members continue to improve their skills to lead and to serve.  


Just as servant leadership is important to this organization, so is positive Impact. Making a conscience and deliberate effort to plan for our future, the chapter has launched a five-year strategic plan, “Impact 22,” which involves members of the chapter completing a needs assessment, as well as members of the community. The goal of “Impact 22” is to recognize the needs of the community and implement avenues to access necessary resources and services to meet some of those needs, making a lasting, positive impact on those living within our service area.


This year’s presidential platform is “Mental Health is as Important as Physical Health.”  Along with focusing on physical and financial wellbeing, home ownership, exposure to the arts, and emergency response preparation, concentration is on our mental wellbeing, combatting the stigma of seeking and receiving help for our mental health. 


On all levels, it is important for us to study our past in order to live healthy for today and plan for our future. We are Southern Violets of Change, Innovation and Service.


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