September 23, 2016

Meet the Fall 2016 Collegiate Perspective Bloggers!



Yasmin Quintana (Epsilon Upsilon- California State University Northridge) 
Yasmin is a senior studying Broadcast Journalism and Criminal Justice. Within her chapter, Yasmin currently holds the position of Vice President of Risk Management. She has also served as Vice President of Programming and Education in the past, and spent a semester on the National Panhellenic Council on her campus. She believes that these positions have guided her to build trust and respect from her chapter. Outside of Alpha Phi, she is currently working as an intern at FOX Sports Radio. Yasmin loves coffee, organization and sports, but above all loves the family she has built within Alpha Phi. 




Mikayla Tencer (Kappa Alpha- University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)
Mikayla is a junior at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill studying management and society with a minor in social and economic justice. She is a founding member of the Kappa Alpha chapter at UNC and has served on the community service committee. She was chosen as the first Chaplain and currently serves on the programming and education department. Mikayla hopes to one day serve on the executive board and become an Educational Leadership Consultant. Outside of Alpha Phi Mikayla is involved in Young Life and served this past summer as the head baker at a camp in Oregon. In her free time she also loves to travel, try new things and read or watch Harry Potter.



Ellie Brown (Delta Kappa- University of Wisconsin La Crosse) 
Ellie is senior at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse studying English Literature with a minor in Organizational and Professional Communication. During her time in the Delta Kappa chapter, she has served on the Panhellenic Council as the delegate for her chapter and currently holds the position of Vice President of Judiciary. In addition to serving in an honors fraternity, Ellie is also very active within her campus newspaper where she edits student viewpoint on current social issues and she is working on creating an undergraduate humanities research journal for her internship. In her free time (which is rare these days), she likes to spend quality time with her Netflix account, reads as many books as possible, and dreams about moving to the U.K. after finishing grad school.  

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