Donut Let Love Hurt

IMG_2488.jpgApart of my involvements on campus began last year with sorority recruitment. I’ve mentioned before that I was never even thinking about joining a sorority until I got to CMU, but I sure am glad I did. In the Fall of my freshmen year I joined the Delta Zeta chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, but little did I know what I was really getting myself into.

During recruitment I fell in love with Alpha Chi for a very specific reason― philanthropic passion. Philanthropy day is what sucked me into such an amazing group of women who advocated for the survivors and victims of Domestic Violence by spreading awareness. I knew I wanted to be in a chapter that cared so deeply about something I was, and still am, passionate about.

Fast forward a year and half later and here I am today, as Vice President of Philanthropy for Alpha Chi Omega. I was beyond blessed to be elected into this position this past December, and I continue to thank my lucky stars and Jesus for giving me this opportunity. As Vp Philanthropy I was in charge of planning our philanthropy week this past spring ‘Donut Let Love Hurt’ to spread DVA awareness. We raised over $2,000 during the week for the local Women’s Aid Shelter and I could not be any more proud of my sisters. IMG_1055.jpg

While I have had my low points in the chapter this past semester, I am focusing in on the people who genuinely care for Alpha Chi and stick to our values. Regardless of what organization or group I am apart of, I have learned that there will always be struggles and that it is very possible to get through them. I am excited to be recruiting in the upcoming fall semester for a third time as well as be apart of our philanthropy day, the exact day that got me to fall in love with Alpha Chi Omega.