Allie Satterfield, from Morgantown, will graduate with a degree in global supply chain management and minors in Spanish and political science. She has served as a Presidential Student Ambassador, senior vice president of Delta Sigma Pi and a member of the Supply Chain Management Association and Camp Kesem at WVU.
Satterfield notes her most rewarding experience at WVU was serving as the chief of staff of internal affairs and her other leadership roles in the Student Government Association, where she worked to foster a more inclusive campus and advocated for student needs.
In 2019, she had two opportunities to study abroad. First, she traveled to Paris and the Netherlands with the WVU Honors College where she was able to achieve personal goals focused on self-growth and expanding her comfort zone. Next, she traveled to Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai, China, with the John Chambers College of Business and Economics to learn more about today’s global marketplace and international business practices.
She has also served as a two-year intern with the Governor’s STEM Institute, a summer residential research program that hosts approximate 150 rising eighth and ninth-grade students. The one-week, overnight program is designed to encourage students in West Virginia to pursue careers in science and math.
Satterfield is a member of the Mountain Honorary and a former member of the WVU Mortar Board, Helvetia Honorary and Chimes Junior Honorary Societies.
Most recently, she was awarded the Kenneth D. Gray Student Leadership Award, designed to recognize a current senior or graduate student at WVU who displays exemplary leadership.
After graduation, she plans to work in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and further pursue her passion for business.