Phi Sigma Sigma Honors Cindy Stellhorn with the Josette George Kauffman Interfraternal Service Award
In recognition of her service and dedication in promoting, advocating and championing the advancement of womanhood through the sorority experience.
Elkridge, Maryland (July 26, 2019) — Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc. is honored to announce the awarding of the Josette George Kaufman Interfraternal Service Award to Cindy Stellhorn, Kappa Alpha Theta, during its 2019 Convention proceedings. The award recognizes an individual who through their Interfraternal contributions brought honor, distinction and prestige to the name of Phi Sigma Sigma at the nation or international level.
“It is Phi Sigma Sigma’s privilege to recognize Cindy’s dedication to our organization, the interfraternal community and the sorority experience, with the Josette George Kaufman Interfraternal Service Award, Phi Sigma Sigma’s highest level of recognition awarded to a non-member,” said Katie Vlietstra Wonnenberg, Grand Archon of Phi Sigma Sigma.
“Cindy’s contributions to Phi Sigma Sigma are too many to count, she has been a steadfast partner, wonderful collaborator, and fierce champion of the sorority experience. We value her friendship and professional guidance and we’re thankful to have her in our corner.”
Cindy Stellhorn is Executive Vice President and Principal of MJ Insurance, Inc. in Carmel,
Indiana. She is a graduate of Indiana University, where she was an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity. Trained as an insurance company underwriter and now serving as the insurance agent/broker, she has spent her professional life almost exclusively in writing insurance coverage for and providing risk management resources to women’s fraternities and sororities. She continues to support the Greek Community in a variety of capacities, including Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee, Fraternity and Sorority Action Fund, National Panhellenic Conference and the Litigation Steering Committee.
About Phi Sigma Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma is an international philanthropic and social organization, the first non-sectarian fraternity for women and a proud member of the National Panhellenic Conference. Founded in 1913 at Hunter College in New York City, Phi Sigma Sigma provides a premier member experience to collegiate members on over 100 campuses across North America. Grounded in the motto “Aim High,” Phi Sigma Sigma consistently looks for innovative, new ways to develop the sorority experience for today’s campuses and foster lifelong friendships among collegiate and alumnae members. Phi Sigma Sigma also has an expansive alumnae network, providing members with access to alumnae ambassadors around the world. For more information please visit www.phisigmasigma.org.
Michelle Ardern, Executive Director
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