Alpha Omicron Pi

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Officers

Caroline Lathi

Chapter President

Major: Health Education and Promotion Year: Junior Why AOII: I love AOII because we're super diverse and really outgoing people.

Gina Pate

Vice President of Administration

Major: Psychology Minor: Criminal Justice and Child/Family Development Year: Junior Why AOII: I love AOII because there is always something to do with my friends. I love being able to meet so many new people through my sorority. It has allowed me to become a better version of myself.

Olivia Jackson

Secretary

Major: Criminal Justice Year: Sophomore Why AOII: AOII means family, laughter, and strength. I have had so many fun memories in just 2 years, and the best part is that there is always someone to pick you up when you fall down or congratulate you on a new adventure- in other words, a support system. I'm not quite sure where I would be without Alpha Omicron Pi, and I'm so excited to take on these next two years with amazing sisters by my side.

Alyson Laing

Chapter Treasurer

Major: Accounting Year: Junior Why AOII: AOII has allowed me to meet so many new people that will be there for me through thick and thin. I'm so excited that I have the opportunity to give back to a sorority that has given so much to me.

Taylor Yancey

Vice President of Communications

Major: Marketing and Logistics Year: Junior Why AOII: AOII has changed my life for the better and given me so many opportunities I would not have otherwise had available to me. I have found a true home here.

Rachel Horn

Vice President of Membership Recruitment

Major: Public Relations Year: Sophomore Why AOII: To me, AOII means holding myself to a higher standard; to be the best version of myself at all times. AOII has pushed me to excel in all that I do and has helped me not only set goals, but reach them.

Hannah Cordery

Vice President of Standards

Major: Logistics Year: Sophomore Why AOII: Alpha Omicron Pi has absolutely made my college experience here at Georgia Southern. The sisterhood and bonds I have made in this sorority has shaped me into who I am today and keeps me striving for who I want to be. I am so thankful for this blessing of being a part of such an amazing organization, and I can't wait to give back to the place which means so much to me!

Mary Gregory

Philanthropy Chairman

Major: Biology/Pre-Med Year: Sophomore Why AOII: AOII has given me so many opportunities to grow as a person and a leader, and I'm thankful to have sisters by my side for support through it all.

Tess Whitridge

Vice President of Academic Development

Major: Child and Family Development Minor: Spanish Year: Sophomore Why AOII: AOII is where I found all my best friends, and I'm not sure where I would be without them!

Marissa Askey

Vice President of Education

Major: Special Education Year: Sophomore Why AOII: Coming to a university so far from my hometown, I knew I wanted a home away from home. I immediately felt that sense of belonging at AOII and I've grown so much as a sister and a leader since joining this chapter of incredible girls!

Rikki Hagerty

Vice President of Chapter Development

Major: Graphic Design Year: Sophomore Why AOII: I have made the most amazing memories and friendships with a group of women who I know will always have my back. They encourage me to be the best me I can be and I am so grateful for this sisterhood.

Rosalie Fragnito

New Member Educator

Major: Computer Science Minor: Marketing Year: Sophomore Why AOII: I love that AOII has given me so many opportunities to form awesome relationships and offered me the chance to grow as a leader while working with my sisters to make our chapter even better!

Juliana Hafner

Panhellenic Delegate

Major: History Minor: Political Science Year: Junior Why AOII: Because it gives you the chance to create lasting relationships with girls who will accept and love you as you are and will be there for you no matter what! From the silly times to the more serious times, these sisters always have each other's backs and that's what makes AOII so special to me. I wouldn't trade our sisterhood for anything!

Sarah Kay Jeffries

Property Manager

Major: Political Science Year: Freshman Why AOII: I knew AOII was my home as soon as those Red Doors opened up. It gave me a feeling of love, opportunity, and friendships. AOII has given me a lot more than 200 sisters. It has given me a home.

Emily Winter

Keeper of Ritual

Major: Therapeutic Recreation Year: Sophomore Why AOII: AOII is so special to me because everyone makes you feel important, heard, and loved. I have made some of the most amazing life-long friends who I know will always be by my side.