VP of Public Relations and Marketing
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Major: Media Studies
Minor: Human Development and Family Studies
What is your favorite thing about your position?
I love working on Alpha Chi of the Week and making the personalized blog posts. It’s such a fun way to highlight girls in the chapter and get to know them better! However, my favorite part part of my position over the last year was making the Recruitment videos with Condra Lee Carter, one of my friends in Alpha Chi! I loved filming the girls throughout the week and capturing their fun personality and excitement.
What have you learned since being in this role?
Being on exec is very much a team effort. Nothing ever just happens. This role has made me appreciate all of the little things and events we put on. It is so cool to work with girls so passionate about what we do, and willing to help in any way to make our chapter better.
What is your favorite movie and why?
"She’s the Man" is my favorite movie! It’s so funny and I can watch it a thousand times without it ever getting old. I also played soccer growing up and appreciate her dedication to the sport.
What is your favorite thing about Greek life?
I've learned that the relationships formed within the Greek system are very important. It's so cool and unique to have a network of women who will help and support you. In terms of events, I love a good social and formals are my favorite. I also appreciate how Auburn Greek life is very inclusive. I'm so thankful for all the close relationships I have with girls in other sororities and that our letters don't define us.
What is an interesting fact about yourself?
I was actually born in Guam and lived there for the first six years of my life. My parents were missionaries and plated two churches. I will always be an island girl and I hate the cold. That’s why I appreciate Auburn’s warm weather!
What's your favorite thing about game day?
Dancing to songs from the Jumbotron. And the occasional rushing of the field. War Eagle!!
Where would you like to live when you graduate?
I'm not exactly sure, but I've always thought Nashville would be cool, or Malibu or Charleston. I don't want to live in a giant city, but something in the middle would be cool!
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