Alma appreciates her association with the Ursuline Sisters because it is a way to help people who need help.  When she came to the United States, she received help and advise from others. Now she believes that it is her turn to give back to people who need a hand.  Alma does this through volunteering at Beatitude House “The Potter’s Wheel”  by tutoring others who need to learn English as a second language.  She also works at Humility of Mary Health Partners: Immigrant Outreach to widen her contacts with those who are in need.  Alma maintains a full schedule at YSU where she has been on the deans list for the past two years.  She is studying geriatrics.  She lives in Youngstown with her husband and sons and belongs to St. Brendan parish.

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