Brandy is majoring in communications and political science. Her biggest accomplishment so far has been her work within the fraternity and sorority community, in which she has worked with leaders from all around the world and was awarded for her excellent work. Click to read our full interview with Brandy.

"> Brandy is majoring in communications and political science. Her biggest accomplishment so far has been her work within the fraternity and sorority community, in which she has worked with leaders from all around the world and was awarded for her excellent work. Click to read our full interview with Brandy.

"> Brandy is majoring in communications and political science. Her biggest accomplishment so far has been her work within the fraternity and sorority community, in which she has worked with leaders from all around the world and was awarded for her excellent work. Click to read our full interview with Brandy.

"> Brandy is majoring in communications and political science. Her biggest accomplishment so far has been her work within the fraternity and sorority community, in which she has worked with leaders from all around the world and was awarded for her excellent work. Click to read our full interview with Brandy.

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Scholar Spotlight: Brandy Cam


School: University of Iowa || Major: Communications & Political Science

Brandy is major­ing in com­mu­ni­ca­tions and polit­i­cal sci­ence. Her biggest accom­plish­ment so far has been her work with­in the fra­ter­ni­ty and soror­i­ty com­mu­ni­ty, in which she has worked with lead­ers from all around the world and was award­ed for her excel­lent work! Scroll to read our full inter­view with Brandy!


What is the most inter­est­ing thing you have done or are plan­ning to do to explore or gain expe­ri­ence in your career field?

I have been able to trav­el to Chica­go twice to meet with var­i­ous adver­tis­ing agen­cies and attend net­work­ing events with Uni­ver­si­ty of Iowa alum­ni. I was able to go on these trips through the Amer­i­can Adver­tis­ing Fed­er­a­tion (AAF). I have been a mem­ber of AAF for two years and have served on the exec­u­tive board in two posi­tions, direc­tor of pub­lic rela­tions and direc­tor of social media. 

What does being a Bright Schol­ar mean to you?

The first time I heard Lois Bright’s quote, We worked hard, saved care­ful­ly, invest­ed wise­ly and gave back when we could,” was at my schol­ar­ship award din­ner. Ever since, I’ve been try­ing to incor­po­rate that mot­to into my dai­ly life. I am grate­ful for the oppor­tu­ni­ty to con­tin­ue my edu­ca­tion and be able to grad­u­ate debt free. Because I was for­tu­nate enough to be giv­en this amaz­ing schol­ar­ship, I am dri­ven to work hard to earn my degree, and I am able to give more of my time, ener­gy, and resources to help make this world a bet­ter place.

What has been your biggest accom­plish­ment so far?

My biggest accom­plish­ment has been my work with­in the fra­ter­ni­ty and soror­i­ty com­mu­ni­ty. I’ve had oppor­tu­ni­ties to trav­el to Indi­ana and Nebras­ka, and I’ve got­ten to work with oth­er lead­ers from all over the coun­try. This past year, I was award­ed the Fra­ter­ni­ty & Soror­i­ty Life Indi­vid­ual Sis­ter­hood Award. I also cur­rent­ly serve on the Pan­hel­lenic Exec­u­tive Board as vice pres­i­dent of pub­lic rela­tions and marketing. 

What’s a fun fact we should know about you?

I have a pet rab­bit named Mulan (MuMu).