September 8, 2011

Meet our Fall 2011 Collegiate Perspective Bloggers!






Annie Williams (CSU/Long Beach- Gamma Kappa)
Annie Williams, born and raised in Orange County, Calif., is a senior at California State University/Long Beach (Gamma Kappa) where she is currently serving her second term as Chapter President and is pursuing a degree in Communication Studies with a minor in Marketing. Annie has also served her chapter as Director of Member Development, Standards of Excellence Chair and Director of Publicity and Advertising. She is an Emerging Leaders Institute graduate and a 2010-2011 Alpha Phi Foundation Scholarship Recipient. In addition to her involvement in Alpha Phi, Annie is also a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, an ambassador to the University President, a graduate of the Leadership Academy, and Order of Omega President. Her time in Alpha Phi has been life changing, and she is excited to spend her last two semesters with her Alpha Phi sisters.



Katie Foster (University of Maine-Delta Nu)
Katie Foster is a senior at the University of Maine majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Management.  She is currently the Chapter President of Delta Nu, as well as a Collegiate Member of Alpha Phi's Committee on Leadership.  She has previously served as her chapter's VPCO and Intramural Chair.  Katie will graduate in May 2012 and would like to travel as much as possible.  She plans to pursue an MBA or an advanced degree in Human Resources Management. Outside of Alpha Phi she has served her university on a Presidential Search Committee, as well as the UMaine System on a Chancellors Search Committee.   She also serves as the Undergraduate Student Representative to the System Board of Trustees.  Katie enjoys spending time with her family & friends, drinking coffee, reading as much as possible and shopping.


Ashliegh Jarzenski (Ashland University- Epsilon Alpha)
Twenty-year old Ashliegh Jarzenski is a sophomore journalism and digital media major and speech communications minor at Ashland University (Epsilon Alpha) with the hopes of one day becoming a network correspondent. Ashliegh is the Director of Chapter Events and has served on various committees in her chapter. She also had the opportunity to attend the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute and Alpha Phi’s Emerging Leaders Institute this past summer. Ashliegh is also very involved on her campus as the president of Alpha Lambda Delta, Local Builds Chair for Habitat for Humanity, Director of News and Public Affairs for the campus radio station, writes for the school newspaper and anchors for the television station.



Kelsey Moore (DePauw University- Gamma)

Kelsey Moore is a senior at DePauw University majoring in Anthropology (focusing on Global Development and Medicine) and minoring in Religious Studies.  She currently serves as Chapter President, was the Director of Member Development as well as a member of MDC before, and has a passion for leadership building and program development.  In 2009, Kelsey attended Alpha Phi’s Emerging Leaders Institute.  She is a varsity member of the DePauw Cross Country and Track teams.  Kelsey has a passion for public health, starting with a summer internship in Gaborone, Botswana, and she hopes to get a masters in Public Health post graduation.

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