Chloe Wilson, a junior secondary mathematics education major from Clymer, Pennsylvania, is the recipient of one of the2020 IUP Women's Leadership Awards.

Chloe works as an undergraduate assistant and peer mentor/tutor in mathematics for the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences.

Chloe is also social media chair for Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and a member of theIUP Math Club. She also volunteers at the Johnstown Women's Help Center Domestic Violence Shelter.

Chloe has made the most of her time at IUP. "Since coming to IUP, I have had many opportunities that have defined me and allowed me to be a positive role model to others," she said. "Peer mentoring, tutoring, undergraduate assistantship, volunteering, and my club memberships have allowed me to cross paths with many different individuals. Being in contact with people through these opportunities has provided me many situations where I have been able to model integrity, intelligence, creativity, excitement, and love for learning. Also, each individual and circumstance that I have encountered has been an opportunity to absorb new ideas, broaden my horizons, and gain new knowledge that I in turn can share with others."

Read more about the IUP Women's Leadership Awards at IUP News.