Ally Frank is a freshman from Buffalo Grove, Illinois majoring in Psychology and minoring in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies as well as Human Development and Family Studies.
Being raised a (somewhat) religious Jew, Ally never found her place within that community until recently realizing that secular Judaism is just as amazing, important, and accepted, especially at Hillel.
At school, Ally also participates in Purdue’s CHAARG chapter, the ASL club, and is a part of the Gender Inclusive Learning Community. Outside of that, she loves to read, write, do photography, and hangout with her friends. Back home, she spends her time working at a daycare and hopes to continue working with children in the future, specifically in the medical/mental health field.
Ally is incredibly excited to be a part of this amazing community and board at Hillel this year (and for more to come)!
After months of meetings with Purdue Administration, Hillel, and Chabad; we're pleased to announce that the University is moving forward and for the first time in Purdue's history
We are still gathering details, and will have more information in the coming weeks!