Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) is proud to announce that Marilyn G. Geller, Chief Executive Officer, recently received a national award from Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, recognizing her accomplishments and achievements at CDF. The “Real. Strong. Women. Of Distinction” Award is a new initiative highlighting Alpha Chi Omega women who are on the road to achieving their dreams, and who are determined to make a positive impact on their own lives and on the lives of those around them. Marilyn Geller was a 1982 initiate of Alpha Psi Chapter at the University of California, Los Angeles. “I am honored to be recognized for this prestigious award among such talented and accomplished women across the country,” stated Marilyn. “I am sincerely passionate about the work I do for CDF and for the gluten-free community worldwide, and I am motivated every day knowing that CDF is making a difference in the lives of millions of people suffering from celiac disease.”
To read Marilyn’s full article on the Alpha Chi Omega website, click here.
Celiac Disease Foundation Chief Executive Officer Receives National Award from Alpha Chi Omega