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Posted On: Thursday, July 9, 2015 08:00 AM, by Aquene Kenerson
Anne Arseneau
Beta Lambda/
William & Mary
Anne Humphries Arseneau, Beta Lambda/William & Mary, was hired as an educational leadership consultant for the Fraternity from 1989-1990. Professionally, Anne has worked in the world of fraternity and sorority advising for more than 25 years and is currently the director of student leadership development at William & Mary. Anne stays involved with Theta as an active member of the Williamsburg Alumnae Chapter and the president of Beta Lambda's facility corporation board.

Following graduation, Anne knew she wanted to work with individuals in learning environments, and although she intended to go back to school for her master's in education, she wanted a little break. Looking back, Anne appreciates how the ELC position was the perfect professional move for her after graduating. For Anne, her time as an ELC allowed her to develop a number of personal and professional skills that were applicable to the advising and development capacity of her work with students. Anne credits Theta and the ELC experience with allowing her to hone the ability to support others in their personal growth as they cultivate leadership skills and create positive change with others.

One thing Anne appreciates most about the ELC experience was how it connected her more deeply to Kappa Alpha Theta as an organization. Anne explains, "I have a deep affection and commitment to Beta Lambda Chapter. But when that experience grows with you and introduces you to more sisters, friends and opportunities, it is really remarkable." The individuals Anne has met during her time in Theta as an undergraduate, an ELC, and a volunteer have shaped her professional and personal world.

Aquene Kenerson, Epsilon Psi/Richmond, will serve Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity during the next school year as a second-year educational leadership consultant.