Meet the President
Updated: Jul 22, 2020
Hometown: Murrysville, Pennsylvania
Major: Dual Degree in Supply Chain Management with a Data Analytics Concentration and Political Science with a Law and Society Minor
Favorite Zeta Memory: Getting to attend the Officer Leadership Academy in Dallas, Texas. It was so amazing to get to learn from other chapters of our size and learn about what works for them and getting to implement some of their ideas into our chapter.
When did you know Zeta was home?
I knew that Zeta was home during the preference round of the recruitment process. All of my conversations felt so easy and I definitely saw myself fitting in and getting involved. My favorite thing about Zeta was the ability for new members to be able to hold leadership positions right away, so I applied to be on the Executive Committee and served as the Vice President of Programming, or VP1.
Any goal for the chapter this year? How do you want us to continue and thrive?
At the beginning of this year I shared with my Executive Committee that it was my goal for us to earn the title of Chapter of the Year as designated by the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office. We have added a Mental Health Chair to our Programs Council, ensuring that we are prioritizing our member’s mental well being, as well as their physical well being. We recently found out that our GPA this semester went up to a 3.64, which is the highest average we have seen as a chapter in over six years. We are partnering with organizations outside of our specific council and working to continue improving our relationships with other organizations on campus. Overall, I think we have had an amazing semester and I cannot wait to be back with everyone in the fall.
What else are you involved in on campus?
I will have been a member of Student Government all four years of my college experience serving in a variety of roles such as Freshman Council Member, Director of Programming, Chief of Staff to the Student Body Vice President and Freshman Council Director. I am also a member of Order of Omega and Omicron Delta Kappa, two different leadership honor societies on campus.