Helena’s Danielle Borden named member of The Top 20 of 2024 at UAH

Published 11:54 am Thursday, June 20, 2024

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HUNTSVILLE – Danielle Borden, a native of Helena and graduate of Helena High School, was recently selected as a member of The Top 20 of 2024 at The University of Alabama in Huntsville College of Business. UAH is a part of The University of Alabama System.

This prestigious program recognizes extraordinary undergraduate and graduate students from the UAH College of Business. The 20 selected business students distinguish themselves in areas such as academic excellence, professional career development, exemplary leadership, community service, overcoming adversity, entrepreneurship or making a substantial positive impact on others on, or off, campus.

Borden says she is taking advantage of her college experience to become a better servant leader in her community. In all of the roles she’s held at UAH, she has proven her dedication to quality and being a positive influence.

Borden has served as president of the UAH Women in Business and Leadership Club and is also involved in Greek life on campus, serving as treasurer for Order of Omega as well as house manager and the vice president of finance for the Delta Zeta sorority.

She has helped raise money for Delta Zeta’s philanthropy, Heart for Hearing and Speech, which focuses on raising awareness of Deaf culture and American Sign Language (ASL) by providing services such as speech therapy and hearing aids.

“My undergraduate journey has been significantly shaped by philanthropy,” Borden says.

“Through these initiatives, I have been able to apply my academic understanding to real-world problems and have developed a strong dedication to positively impacting the welfare of others.”