Hunt Leadership Scholars Program

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Kelly Ann Buddecke

 

Kelly Ann Buddecke

Kelly is a Junior from Twin Falls, Idaho. She is pursuing a degree in Advertising and International Studies.


High School Leadership Activities & Experiences:

  • United Dairymen of Idaho Outstanding Individual Scholastic Award
  • MVT and First Federal Academic All-Star of the Year Award for Canyon Ridge High School
  • Civilian Service Award for Devotion and Service from Twin Falls County Sheriff Tom Carter

SMU Accomplishments

  • Member of Delta Delta Delta
  • Initiated Daughter of the Diamond in Beta Theta Pi
  • “Tale of One City” Scholarship Judging Committee
  • Member of College Republicans

What do you like most about being a Hunt Scholar?

My favorite thing about being a Hunt Scholar is the connections I have made, and will make in the future. I have met some of the most amazing people because of this scholarship. Not only have I grown through encountering the renowned Tate Lecture Speakers, but staff, faculty and other students with the same goals and drive for success that I value dearly. Being a Hunt Scholar is about being part of an elite, caring family that is there to push you and help you towards success.