When Angelina Noll uses numbers to help others, it adds up to her ideal career.
Noll, looking for ways to serve on campus, helped found the UM-Dearborn chapter of the Financial Management Association and then served as president. Through her strategic leadership, the new finance student organization evolved from being a stand-alone club to being a chapter of an international organization. In addition to creating and growing FMA, she also coordinated educational excursions. In 2019, Noll planned a trip to New York City for FMA students to attend the 2019 Finance Leaders Conference.
Noll has stood out and been recognized as a leader in other areas too. She is a College of Business Academic Integrity Board student member, Admitted Student Receptions student representative, and a Student Government Election Commission and MLK Day of Service participant.
She received the Leadership Synergy Student Leader award, the Panhellenic Woman of the Year award and the Emerging Student Leader award.
“It was an honor to be recognized so early in my college career as an emerging leader,” she said. “I knew that I had a passion and talent for leading and I wanted to continue pushing the boundaries and accomplishing even more.”
Noll, who plans to work in corporate finance, has been active in Phi Mu fraternity since her freshman year, where she has served as membership director, treasurer and more; she also served as the vice president of finance on the College Panhellenic Council.
“There are endless ways to be a leader on campus, but I think what makes me a Difference Maker is my fierce passion for everything I do,” she said. “If I am passionate about something, I put all my time and effort into it until I am satisfied with the results.”