LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Dale Zorn, R-Ida, welcomed Monroe County Community College (MCCC) President Dr. Kojo Quartey (right) and Phi Theta Kappa honor society members Kayla Hawley (left) and Megan Castiglione (center right), both from Monroe, to the Michigan Capitol on Wednesday. Hawley and Castiglione both attend MCCC and were in Lansing with the Phi Theta Kappa All-Michigan Academic Team.
Hawley is also a member of the National Honor Society and Tri-M Music Honor Society and works in the college Math Den tutoring students. She is active in her church and community and will be transferring to Kent State University in the fall to obtain her degree in architecture.
Castiglione currently serves as the Phi Theta Kappa Tau Omicron chapter president and will be attending the University of Toledo this fall to pursue a degree in social work and psychology with a specialization in rehabilitation of victims of human trafficking and sexual abuse. She is also active in her church and in S.O.A.P, a human trafficking prevention outreach organization.
The students were honored with legislative tributes signed by Zorn and the governor.
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