Sadie Foster

SPHS graduate Sadie Foster

August 01, 2014
Santa Paula News

Sadie Foster, 2010 graduate of Santa Paula High School is currently double majoring in International Economics and International Relations at California State University, Chico. 

Sadie is the daughter of local residents, Tom and JoAnn Foster of Santa Paula. 

During her time at Santa Paula High School, Sadie was on the swimming and volleyball teams as well as being active in the Future Farmers of America. She also went on three spring break trips with SPHS to Europe which sparked her interest in international relations.

At Chico State, Sadie is part of the honors program and has worked as a resident adviser in the residence halls. She was the new member educator and is currently the purchasing coordinator for her sorority, Alpha Gamma Delta. She has served as vice president of the Greek society, Order of Omega. Sadie pursued her love of travel and studied abroad in Alicante, Spain, as well extensive traveling throughout Europe and Africa after her studies were over.

Last November, she represented the Russian Federation on the Economic and Social council at the Northwest Model United Nations competition in Seattle, where she earned an award for her position paper and helped the Chico State team come home with Outstanding Delegation. In April, she represented Malaysia on the World Health Organization at the National Model United Nations competition in New York City and helped Chico’s team win Outstanding Delegation, making them in the top 4% of universities in the world that attend. Most recently, Sadie earned a spot as an intern for California state Senator Jim Nielsen (R- 4th district). Her current duties include interacting with constituents and helping to recognize residents of the 4th district for their accomplishments. Sadie is set to graduate from Chico State in May 2015 and hopes to travel and eventually work for a think tank or in politics.

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