On our 151 st year as an Organization and pioneer amongst Fraternities for women, Pi Beta Phi takes
pride in providing our over 200,000 members, nationally and internationally, with opportunities for
leadership development, academic advancement, personal growth, philanthropic service, sincere
friendship, and a genuine and long-lasting bond of sisterhood. As we move through our third year at
Emory, Georgia Beta and its members continually exude these values internally within the chapter and externally across the University. From incredible academic and athletic achievements to headlining philanthropic efforts on and off campus, we are proud of the impact that our Chapter of PI Beta Phi has made on the lives of its members and the Emory community in just a short period of time.
I have had the privilege to be a part of Georgia Beta since we first founded in 2016, serve on the first
Executive Council as VP of Finance, and be a legacy for my grandmother who was President of Ohio
Alpha for two years. Over the past three years, Pi Beta Phi has given me countless opportunities to
develop myself as a servant leader and to grow the already present passion that I have for this Fraternity for Women. I have been able to travel to new cities and meet other incredible collegians and alumni who have inspired me with their poise, power, and confidence. I am incredibly honored to be able to now serve as President of Georgia Beta, and I am excited to give back to the Chapter and Organization who has done and will continue to do so much for me.
Here’s to another great year!
All the Best,