Students who become involved on campus benefit personally and professionally. Active participation provides opportunities to make new friends, demonstrate creativity and develop leadership skills. Our member, Sandy Jacquez, can attest to this. Since she became a member of our sisterhood, she has had the opportunity to meet other leaders at TCU and campuses throughout the nation and to develop lasting friendships. She has taken creative risks, including participating in the Vagina Monologues. Most recently, she took her leadership to another level by being elected as co-chair of the Multicultural Greek Council at TCU.
Congratulations Sandy! May your work on MGC have long lasting impact at TCU and within Fraternity and Sorority Life.