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Volunteer Spotlight: Beth Aguila

Project Sunshine Volunteer - Beth Aguila

After graduating and moving to Washington, D.C., former Carnegie Mellon University student and Chapter Leader Beth Aguila, was so determined to stay involved with Project Sunshine that she started her own community chapter. In less than one week after announcing the Washington, D.C. chapter, over 70 people were interested in joining! Under Beth´s leadership, the Washington D.C. chapter held its first event in October 2011 and continues to spread sunshine to two medical facilities in her area.

"I´m so excited to be working with Project Sunshine again, and I know that I´ll be a lifelong volunteer!"

Beth Aguila
Washington, D.C. Community Chapter Leader, Former Carnegie Mellon University ChapterLeader

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