We are currently establishing an Alumnae chapter as we accrue more graduated sisters. Sister Kara Waldsmith is leading the initiative. Our Alumni so far include the following sisters from the Pi Epsilon chapter.
Daryl Griffith was a fifth year graduating with a degree in Sociology and a double minor in Business and Public Health. Her first stop was a bachelors degree, and she now plans to complete her GRE as she conquers her Masters in Public Health.
Tarah Muhammad was a fifth year graduating with a degree in Business Administration with a Marketing and Real Estate specialization and also a City and Regional Planning minor. With a bright future ahead of her, Tarah now plans to pursue a career in real estate, and later return to school to obtain her MBA.
Veronica Flores was a fourth year who graduated with a Bachelors of Arts and Science degree in Comparative Studies and Spanish. With a successful completion of her undergrad, she now plans to apply to grad school for her masters in education.
Tehja Rush-Pagan was a fourth year graduating with a degree in Business Administration with a Marketing specialization and also a minor in Spanish. With her college chapter complete, she now opens a new chapter as she plans to move to Texas to work for JC Penny's as an assistant buyer.
Alexis Torres was a fourth year graduating with a degree in English and a minor in Criminology. With her bachelors degree completed, she now plans on interning for a year and then attending law school in the near future.
Ashley Ingram was a fourth year graduating with a Bachelors of Science degree in Agriculture with an Animal Industries specialization and a minor in Public Health. With a degree in her hands, Ashley is now a youth leader at the Buckeye Ranch and has exciting plans to move to Mississippi working with the Food Corps.