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Convention Page Reflection

From helping out at ceremonies to deepening her connection to Alpha Chi Omega, Katie Ault (Beta Delta, College of William & Mary) looks back fondly on her experience as a 2018 convention page. It’s not too late to apply to serve as a page this year in Bellevue – applications close March 13!  Why did […]

Impact Leadership Service

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) […]


Unique Alpha Chi Omega Volunteer Opportunities

Are you interested in a rewarding, short-term volunteer role that combines a weekend of sisterhood with the ability to use your professional skills? We have two exciting convention volunteer opportunities to share! Every two years, Alpha Chi Omega hosts a national convention – an event to celebrate the accomplishments of the past biennium, to conduct […]

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We All Have a Role in DVA

By Emily Martin Floyd (Theta Upsilon, University of South Carolina) It wasn’t until my sophomore year of college that I really took the notion of joining a sorority at the University of South Carolina seriously. I had gone through a few rounds my freshman year but dropped out shortly after; the process was overwhelming, I […]

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Empowering Women Every Day

By Lynne Herndon (Alpha Upsilon, The University of Alabama), National President Empowered women empower women! I absolutely love this powerful phrase and believe wholeheartedly that it embodies the impact of our Alpha Chi Omega sisterhood. There is no doubt that more and more women across the country are board chairs, CEOs, major donors and critical […]

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Ask an Alpha Chi: Samantha Piovesan

In honor of our seven Founders, we get to know one Alpha Chi Omega through seven questions. Samantha Piovesan (Zeta Psi, Loyola University New Orleans) After navigating an autism diagnosis with her son Gabe, Samantha has become an autism acceptance advocate and founded her own nonprofit, Gabe’s Friends, to help other families with a child […]

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Lifelong Learning About DVA

By Teresa Huang (Theta Omicron, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Content warning: This post includes references to domestic violence and dating abuse. If you or someone you know needs help, visit loveisrespect.org, call 866-331-9474 or text “LOVEIS” to the same number. “Has something like this happened to you?” It’s a question I’ve gotten repeatedly throughout my […]


Volunteer Appreciation Week: Volunteer Spotlight

Name: Jenna Williamson Chapter and university of initiation: Alpha Pi (University of North Dakota) Current volunteer role(s): Leadership Development Specialist, Leadership Academy Facilitator 2019/2020 What do you do in your main volunteer role?  What have you learned from that experience? As a leadership development specialist, I have the opportunity to work with chapters and members through […]