Chapter Presidents

Missy Carlson

Delta Delta Delta

"Going Greek connected me with chapter women who inspired me to grow into a more caring, kind, and happy person. Through Tri Delta, I met my best friends who challenge me to be better and always support me, no matter what. I cannot imagine who I would be had I not gone greek and I am so grateful to be part of the organization that turned me into who I am today."

Lauren Halloran

Kappa Alpha Theta

"I went Greek because I missed the all girls environment that I had in high school. I yearned for that genuine feeling of sisterhood and female empowerment again. I knew that going Greek would provide me with the opportunity to get to know amazing women who not only I could look up to, but also who would inspire me to be the best version of myself."

Ellie Watson

Kappa Kappa Gamma

"I’m so happy to be the president of Kappa because it allows me to be more involved with the Panhellenic community in this role and interact with more women within Kappa and the greater Richmond community."

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Chapter Presidents


Sadie Roulston

Delta Gamma

"I’m excited to serve as president to be able to give back to a chapter that has been the absolute
best part of my college experience! I’m also excited to be able to help my women, organization,
and the community continue to develop to ensure we are truly adding value to the women in our
community’s college experiences."

Kara Cromwell

Kappa Delta

"Growing up with an older sister, I knew I wanted to find similar relationships in college. I saw greek life as the perfect opportunity to find girls with similar values, have older mentors, and also to become a mentor to a younger sister I never had.Greek life also offers such a unique leadership experience in college. Even when you are not in an official leadership position, you serve as a role model for your younger sisters and serve your community through your philanthropy partnerships. Having this leadership has given me so much confidence and empathy!"

Grace Miller

Pi Beta Phi

"I went Greek to find a stronger connection with the women on this campus. Staying involved in Greek life has allowed me to find mentors that push me to step out of my comfort zone and pursue my goals, as well as given me a chance to mentor younger women with the knowledge I've gained in my collegiate experience. Greek life opened me up to an entirely new way of thinking about my relationships with other people. Living my life with authenticity and sincerity has become easier as I've watched the women in Greek life before me succeed by living these values daily."

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