Margaret Broderick '08 has been elected to the Saint Joseph's College Alumni Association Board of Directors. Broderick graduated from SJC with a Bachelor of Arts in History. A resident of Palos Heights, Ill., Broderick is a middle school teacher at St. Barnabas School and a golf coach at Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School, both of which are located in Chicago.
"As a school teacher, I feel my skill set and network of relationships will serve me well on the Alumni Board. As a proud alumna of SJC, I understand the importance of giving back and remaining involved."
As a student at SJC, Broderick was involved in more than 20 activities and assumed leadership roles in all of them. After her graduation, she served in AmeriCorps and taught refugee students from Africa and China.
Broderick organizes and directs service learning projects for St. Barnabas and mentors and tutors student-athletes at Mother McAuley. She also works with her family to organize a toy drive for a children's hospital and, twice a year, helps prepare a meal for the families who stay at the hospital's accompanying Ronald McDonald House.
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