Landreth Earns Virginia Occupational Therapy Association Honors

Posted by Beth Funkhouser
Kelli Landreth, MOT ’18, wins a $1000 scholarship from VOTA for her excellent involvement in the profession, academic performance, and community engagement.

Kelli Landreth, MOT Class of 2018, will be formally recognized next month at the Virginia Occupational Therapy Association (VOTA) annual conference as the recipient of a $1000 scholarship.  This award not only recognizes Landreth’s academic performance, but also her outstanding involvement with the Emory & Henry Student Occupational Therapy Association, and her continued civic engagement in the community. 

Kelli is the first Occupational Therapy student at Emory & Henry to earn this well-deserved honor.  Congratulations, Kelli! 

  • Kell Landreth, MOT '18
    Kell Landreth, MOT '18


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