WE ARE EMPOWERED TO LEAD
There is a reason why the Beta Gamma chapter of Delta Zeta is the only chapter at Uofl who has won the Panhellenic Sorority Excellence Award for the past 19 consecutive years. We are involved in many organizations at the University of Louisville. In addition to campus involvement, we also participate in Delta Zeta's leadership conferences each year. See a few of our leaders on campus and in the community below.
Vice President of the School of Nursing
As the Executive Vice President of the School of Nursing I am responsible for leading council meetings in absence of the Executive President. I also must attend all council meeting, committee meetings, and SGA meetings. I am responsible for ensuring council members fulfill their roles to the best of their ability and reporting all business to the Executive President. I wanted to run for nursing SGA to leave a lasting impact and better the school of nursing
I have been working with Stacks Mobile for over a year and am now their Marketing Lead. My responsibilities include running all our social media platforms, planning/executing events, and creating/distributing online advertisements. I have gotten Stacks involved with many events on campus such as RaiseRED and LoveLOU. In the future, I hope to run a Marketing Department or open my own Marketing firm!
member of Panhellenic executive council
President of the College of Arts and Sciences
I’m the current President of Arts and Sciences. My job is to oversee Arts and Sciences student council, plan events for our students, and basically serve as a voice to any Arts and Sciences student. I wanted to run because after being on the council for a year, I felt I could make positive change in our events. I’m really looking forward to next year.
Panhellenic recruitment ambassador
Engage Lead Serve Board
I am the assistant director or the human prosperity committee. I was very involved with human prosperity through my TFF mentor (John Rhodes) and found myself loving the impact we made as a committee. It’s amazing to be a part of a group that makes such an incredible impact. I loved the work we did together, and wanted to find a way to be even more involved!
Human prosperity is a topic I am very passionate about—more specifically the poverty cycle. I hope to make a direct impact here in Louisville with our committee!
My position on RaiseRED’s executive board is one of the sponsorship coordinators. In this position, I get to contact local and corporate companies and see if they are interested in sponsoring RaiseRED. I get the opportunity to meet with various people to help this amazing organization. Sponsorship dollars account for nearly a third of all money that RaiseRED donates!