week of 2/25-2/28
What a girl Robyn Whitaker has been these past four years in our chapter. This enthusiastic senior has been a leader nonetheless, showing her love for others in endless amounts of ways.
With a smile that could really make anyone’s bad day better, Robyn truly radiates joy and kindness to those she encounters. She leads through the Auburn University’s chapter of the International Justice Mission (IJM) as president, advocating for an end to human trafficking and slavery. Her passsion for this organization has been quite evident these past few years as Robyn has encouraged many members of the Gamma Delta chapter to join the fight with her.
“This is just one of the areas of her life where Robyn shines,” said senior Sarah Atkinson, one of Whitaker’s close friends.
This upcoming summer, Robyn is biking across the Pacific Coast from Seattle to San Diego with an intiative called “Pedal the Pacific”, to raise money for The Refuge DMST, an aftercare facility for assisting those effected by human trafficking.
“She has an insane amount of commitment and is a fantastic leader…I’m so proud to call her my friend,” said Lily Niebur, a senior also involved in IJM with Robyn.
As Robyn continues to set inspiring examples for members of our chapter, we wish her the best of luck and can’t wait to see what she does in the future, because we know it will be remarkable!