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Lobbying for CHIA on Capitol Hill

By Brooke Knudtson on Monday, Jun 29, 2015 09:05 AM
Traveling to Washington D.C. to be a part of the Fraternal Governmental Relations Coalition (FGRC), while representing Kappa Alpha Theta, was truly an honor. When I first arrived, I immediately found my Theta sister Celia and went straight to touring the more »

ELC Professional Development Blog Series: Jenny Nichols

By Aquene Kenerson on Thursday, Jun 25, 2015 08:15 AM
Jenny Nichols, Psi/Wisconsin, was hired as an educational leadership consultant from 2001-2002. Jenny traveled full-time and visited a total of 18 states over the course of nine months! In addition, Jenny assisted with the reestablishment of Beta more »

Making Global Theta Connections via Facebook

By Rachel Tilghman on Wednesday, Jun 24, 2015 08:05 AM
In late April, I took a spontaneous trip to Quito, Ecuador to treat myself for my birthday (call it a quarter-life crisis if you will). I booked the trip with just four days’ notice, so I did very little planning, apart from reading a guidebook on my more »

ELC Professional Development Blog Series: Jennifer Polhemus

By Aquene Kenerson on Thursday, Jun 18, 2015 08:05 AM
Jennifer Polhemus was initiated at Omicron Chapter at the University of Southern California and became an educational leadership consultant for the Fraternity in the late 1970s. After serving as an ELC, Jennifer pursued a career as a forensic economist more »

From Recruitment to CASA Training: My CASA Story

By Tiffany Erica Yoshida on Monday, Jun 15, 2015 08:00 AM
CASA. I first heard about Court Appointed Special Advocates my freshman year of college at UC Irvine during sorority recruitment. I never thought I would join a sorority, but my friend convinced me to go through the recruitment process with her. During more »

ELC Professional Development Blog Series: Julie Gilpin

By Aquene Kenerson on Thursday, Jun 11, 2015 07:45 AM
Julie Gilpin, Alpha/DePauw, served as an educational leadership consultant in 1993. Since her time as an ELC, Julie has excelled in the human resources field and has been an active community volunteer. She has served as a Fraternity volunteer in many more »