The start of the school year is always an exciting time. We welcome new members to the Alpha Chi Omega Real. Strong.
Women.® Experience in both the fall and spring. It also reminds me of the day I opened my bid card and ran to the steps of the Alpha Chi Omega house.
And then my journey began. I have made lifelong friends across the country and have served in many volunteer roles at both the local and national level.
Little did I know when I served as chapter president at The University of Alabama that I would later be elected National President for Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity.
I am honored and humbled to serve as your National President these next two years. Now more than ever, we need our sisterhood and our Real. Strong. Women. Experience.
We are in challenging times as a country, on our campuses and as individuals – from the COVID-19 pandemic to systemic racism and civil unrest.
I truly believe that together, each of us, collegians and alumnae, can lead during these difficult times.
We can help our sisters and our friends navigate and be instrumental in change.
We accomplish this by promoting conversation, respecting and appreciating the differences and social identities (race, religion, socioeconomic background, etc.)
that make each of us unique, and ensuring that all women who meet our membership standards have an opportunity to join Alpha Chi Omega.
We all have a call to action. Our collegians will need to work tirelessly to create an inspiring and inclusive Real. Strong. Women. Experience on each campus and in their respective chapters while also maintaining health and safety amid a pandemic.
The national organization will need to partner with NPC groups and campus administrations to ensure the sorority experience attracts women of color to join. Our alumnae play a critical role.
If you are already working with a collegiate chapter, thank you. If you are not, I encourage you to engage with the chapter nearest you.
From personal experience, it is incredibly rewarding, and I know our collegians need your wisdom, guidance and leadership as they address the challenges of COVID-19 and the opportunities related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
There are many competing priorities and goals facing the Fraternity today. I want to share with you Alpha Chi Omega’s highest, overarching priorities for the next 12 months.
• Sustain the collegiate experience.
• Pursue and execute strategic collegiate growth initiatives.
• Advance diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives and outcomes.
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