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Financial Assistance, Scholarships

Inspired: A Future Physician


When she was growing up, Megan Mosiman, Pepperdine, spent five years in a back brace due to scoliosis. Megan also supported her sister after she too underwent treatment for scoliosis. Now an aspiring surgeon, Megan hopes to improve treatments for scoliosis and provide support for children who endure such hardship. She’s one step closer to this goal thanks to a Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation scholarship.


“I hope to emulate such care and be a physician who listens intently to every patient."

- Megan Mosiman, Pepperdine

In Kappa, Megan found a community that empowers her to be the best version of herself. During her time in Eta Beta Chapter, Megan spearheaded a philanthropic event for members to read to kids in underserved communities in Los Angeles; she served on the Academic Excellence Committee and helped raise the chapter’s GPA to the highest in its history; and now serves as the Treasurer, ensuring the chapter’s financial obligations are met.

In addition to Kappa, Megan is active in other clubs and volunteer roles. She co-founded the Women in STEM Club at Pepperdine and donates her time as a medical scribe to help educate low-income families about health care. “My favorite part about volunteering at the clinic is seeing how physicians truly care about their patient’s well-being and take the time to listen,” Megan says.

“I hope to emulate such care and be a physician who listens intently to every patient,” she says. “Your donation will bring me one step closer to reaching this goal. There are not enough words to express my gratitude.”

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2023 Foundation Focus Newsletter

Whether it’s supporting members facing unexpected financial challenges, empowering scholars to dream big, or helping sisters level up their leadership skills, a gift to the Foundation supports women in pursuing life’s opportunities and sparking change.

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