May 6, 2016
Christina "Christy" Hack is a senior in the Xi Lambda Chapter at the University of San Francisco who will be graduating shortly. During her time at the university, she has accomplished much academically.
Christy was a finalist for valedictorian for the School of Management, has maintained a 3.9 GPA, and she won the Dean's Medal of Excellence (an award "given to a student who best exemplified, through their academic accomplishments, extracurricular work, and personal life, the values of the University of San Francisco and its missions and goals. This award is given to one graduating senior from the School of Management.").
Christy has held four internships while at USF (one with a property management company, one at a nonprofit that helped foster youth, one in sales, and one in the cosmetics industry). Additionally, she has worked at the School of Nursing for the past four years, won the School of Management's sales pitch competition last semester, and has a job after graduation with TEKsystems (one of Fortune's best 20 places to work after graduation).
"Christy has worked hard as an undergraduate and is very thankful for her Delta Zeta sisters as a source of support," said Mackenzie Carlson, LAMP Editor and Historian.