Alum stays involved from 900 miles away
Although she lives nearly 900 miles away from campus, Seton Hall alumna Shilpa Ailani Jadwani (2008) continues her involvement with the Seton Hall community, serving as an Atlanta Alumni Ambassador.
Ailani Jadwani joined the Atlanta Alumni Association as an active member in 2013.
In less than two months after joining, she became an ambassador.
“Our goal is to keep Seton Hall Atlanta alumni involved and interactive by any means necessary, whether it’s just watching a Seton Hall basketball game together, doing community service or just hanging out together and remember our great times at Seton Hall,” Ailani Jadwani said.
Working alongside fellow Atlanta ambassadors Ted Dougherty, Joe Krause and Patrick Longhi, Ailani Jadwani said she tries to organize these events at different locations in order to meet the needs of the alumni in the area.
Ailani Jadwani continues to be involved and encourages others to stay connected and give back to the Seton Hall community.
“One of the great perks of keeping in touch with Seton Hall and other SHU alumni is that it is the best network of individuals you could possible know,” Ailani Jadwani said. “Whether its networking for a job or position you would like in your professional life or a network of great friends in your personal life, I have found that Seton Hall continues to provide this for me and all of its alumni.”
When she was a student, Ailani Jadwani was heavily involved with the Seton Hall community.
Ailani Jadwani was a member of a number of organizations including the Filipino League at Seton Hall, Seton Hall Association of Indians and Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority.
She also worked closely with the Division of Volunteer Efforts as former volunteer chairwoman of her sorority.
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