Student Wins Scholarship from The Links, Inc.

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ASU student Jeremi Moore (photo credit: David Campbell/ASU).

Montgomery Chapter of The Links, Incorporated; Awards Scholarship to ASU Student

By: Kenneth Mullinax/ASU 

The Montgomery Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. has named an Alabama State University student as its Servant Leader Scholar, an honor that includes a $2,500 scholarship.  

ASU junior and two-term Student Government Association treasurer, Jeremi Moore, was presented with The Link's Southern Area Servant Leader Scholarship in a formal ceremony on Aug. 16, with ASU President, Dr. Quinton T. Ross, Jr.,  in attendance.   

"It is wonderful that both the Links and Alabama State University have a servant leader scholar like Jeremi Moore," said Ann Sippial, president of The Link's, Inc.  Montgomery Chapter. "We believe this award is an exciting opportunity to introduce Jeremi to the community and award him our $2,500 scholarship that goes toward his education at ASU. Our chapter is also going to partner with him as he also participates in 20-hours of community service, which is part of the award." 

She explained that the award is representative of the Montgomery Chapter's deep commitment to the success of students enrolled in Historically Black Colleges or Universities.   


Moore, who is a secondary education major, expressed his gratitude to ASU and to the Links. 

"ASU has given me the opportunity to lead, to get involved in important areas that affect our students’ education and lives, and it has connected me with the resources that I need to be successful in a life serving others," Moore said. "I wish to thank the Links’ Montgomery Chapter for this award and my mother, LaShondra Moore, for inspiring me to be all that I can be in life. It is amazing to be able to know that I am being recognized by an organization that does and cares so much about service to others and promotes leadership in our community. This is one of my proudest moments." 


In addition to offsetting a portion of the cost of Moore's education during the 2021-22 academic year, the award will afford him the opportunity to participate in the Southern Area of The Links, Inc. Servant Leadership Academy. The academy will provide him with an engaging servant leadership curriculum aimed at further honing his skills in leadership, community service, transformational service and leveraging partnerships.   


The Links, Inc. is a women’s volunteer service organization committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the cultural and economic survival of African-Americans and other persons of African ancestry. A premier international service organization with more than 16,000 members in 288 chapters located in 42 states, the United Kingdom, and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, The Links, Inc. was established by the original circle of nine friends in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1946.

The Montgomery Chapter of The Links, Inc. was chartered in December 1958. The group provides transformational programming in educational, cultural and civic development in the Montgomery, Alabama area. Using professional skills and resources, the members of the Montgomery chapter are involved in many professions, serving their community as educators, physicians, lawyers, administrators and business entrepreneurs. The members provide more than 3,000 service hours in sustainable and transformational programming each year in order to strengthen the community’s quality of life; as it strives to deliver possibilities and meet the needs of the Montgomery Community.

News media contact: Kenneth Mullinax, 334-229-4104.