From July 17th – 24th, 2013, representatives will travel on behalf of Circle of Sisterhood to West Africa to break ground on a school. These representatives must have the willingness to sacrifice time, amenities and comfort in exchange for a life changing experience, serving on behalf of millions of sorority women worldwide. Each participated in fundraising efforts within their respective organizations and schools.
Congratulations to our representatives:
Katie Andrews, University of Alabama, Alpha Delta Pi
Emily Christensen, University of Colorado, Delta Delta Delta
Danica Craig, Ball State University, Alpha Chi Omega,
Lynlee Jackson, Western Kentucky University, Chi Omega
Elana Katz, University of Connecticut, Pi Beta Phi
Erin Kelly, Georgia Institute of Technology, Alpha Chi Omega
Kristen Koniewicz, University of Illinois, Kappa Delta
Megan O’Brien, University of Delaware, Delta Gamma
Jasmine Rivera, Virginia Wesleyan College, Sigma Sigma Sigma
Paola Rivera, University of Missouri, Kappa Kappa Gamma
Riley Shipman, University of South Carolina, Kappa Kappa Gamma
Mary Kate Slone, University of Kentucky, Kappa Kappa Gamma
E. Sparling Wilson, Vanderbilt University, Kappa Delta
Two alumna members will be accompanying our students on The Trek. Ginny Carroll, Founder of the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation and a proud Alpha Xi Delta and Nicole Hughes an alumna member of Delta Delta Delta. We look forward to their accounts of the trip and will post updates regularly!
Sorority women everywhere are leveraging their collective wisdom and influence to remove educational barriers for girls and women, uplifting them from poverty and oppression. Now, we’ll physically demonstrate this by building a school. YOU are making a difference.