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Learn More About National Board Service

Sisters serving on each of our Alpha Chi Omega Enterprise boards share their experience. We hope the insight from these women encourages you to recommend a sister (or yourself!) for service on one of the boards. Pictured L-R: Mikelle Holt Brady (Alpha, DePauw University) – National Council Maree Magliocchetti (Alpha Tau, University of New Hampshire) […]

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Just Be There: My Experience as a Youth Mentor – and How You Can Make an Impact, Too!

By Erica N. Brown (Epsilon Theta, California State University, Sacramento) Growing up, I didn’t know what a mentor was, because I was lucky to have what I had. I had a wonderful family and other supportive adults. I participated in sports and extracurriculars, and school wasn’t too stressful for me. Most of the kids around […]

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Ask an Alpha Chi: Marsha Kelliher

In honor of our seven founders, we get to know one Alpha Chi Omega through seven questions. When Marsha Kelliher (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) became the 24th president of Simpson College in 2020, she also became its first female president. Read on to learn some of her lessons in leadership. Q: What does it mean […]

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Discovering My Leadership Potential

By Candace Martin (Zeta Upsilon, Case Western Reserve University) Growing up, I was fairly shy. When I started college at Case Western Reserve University, I was excited about the possibility of expanding my horizons. I felt so eager to figure out who I was and to find my voice. Nothing helped me to do so […]

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Mutual Respect and Healthy Relationships in Leadership

As we reflect on the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, our Panhellenic sister (Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, Cornell University), in September of 2020, it is important to consider her approach to leadership through healthy relationships and mutual respect: “Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will […]

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Ask an Alpha Chi: Erin Rosales

In honor of our seven founders, we get to know one Alpha Chi Omega through seven questions. Erin Rosales (Iota Nu, University of California San Diego) After transferring to the University of California San Diego, Erin joined Alpha Chi Omega and quickly took on leadership roles. Through skills and experiences she gained as a sorority […]

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Leading the Way for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Disney Channel

By Lauren Filippini (Alpha Chi, Butler University), editor This August, Disney Channel announced a new executive role “to accelerate racial and cultural diversity and inclusion in creative content for a global audience of kids.” The first person to fill that role of executive director of integrated content strategy and development is Theresa Helmer (Iota Psi, […]