She also served as the 2015 Panhellenic President, overseeing the 12 WSU sororities; and previously served in leadership positions at her Kappa Alpha Theta house, beginning her freshman year. She’s an example of how following your passions leads to great opportunities.
Due to her leadership experiences and her involvement at ASWSU, she hopes to continue her education in a Masters program studying higher education administration. And it all started at Mead.
First it was GO PANTHERS! Now, it's GO COUGS!