Sisterhood

Coworkers to Volunteers to Lifelong Friends

By Sasha Williams (Epsilon, University of Southern California) When I lived in Florida, I had plans to take a coworker, Alycia Seevers, out to lunch. Since she worked in a different office than me, I was picking her up so we could drive to lunch together. I had recently attended a Delta Pi Delta (Florida […]

Impact Leadership Learning

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 […]

Impact

Leading Through Disruption

By Jessie Finocchiaro (Beta Omicron, Florida Southern College) Life is wild right now. You might have started college with a career path in mind, and considering recent events, that career might not exist in its previous form anymore. Many of us tend to plan our lives ahead of us; something about a five-year plan gives […]

Impact Leadership Learning

Leadership Through Civic Engagement

An interview conducted by Becca Berkey (Alpha Chi, Butler University) As a leader within her own community as the director of community-engaged teaching & research at Northeastern University, Becca Berkey, an Alpha Chi Omega volunteer leadership development specialist, shares the impact of civic engagement by interviewing her friend and colleague, Stephanie King. Stephanie serves as […]

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Leading Through Change: Reflections on COVID-19

By Allison Summers Ajazi, associate director of education and leadership initiatives Change has been on all our minds. Whether you are a potential new member wondering what your collegiate experience may look like, a collegiate member wondering how your sisterhood will evolve in this new environment, or an alumnae sister finding new ways to stay […]