Kathleen Lavelle, PresidentYear: 4th Major: Architecture Hometown: Chatham, NJ Why do you love being in a sorority? Being in a sorority has given me the opportunity to connect with many exceptional and diverse women that I otherwise would not have met. A sorority truly provides far more than a social group and has enriched my time here at UVA. Within a large university like UVA, the Greek community has made it feel so much smaller. What does President entail? As President, one role is to oversee the initiatives taken on by the ISC. I meet weekly with chapter presidents and the ISC Exec Board to plan and execute programs throughout the semester. Beyond the council, I serve to facilitate communication with members of the University and the greater Charlottesville community. Goals for the ISC: This year, I would like to see increased communication between sorority chapter members and the ISC. Only through regular feedback can we best serve sorority women. I also hope to promote a more unified Greek system at UVA, both between chapters and across councils. Even further, I plan to foster cooperative relationships with the University and the Charlottesville community. Reasons to contact you: Ideas to further improve the ISC. I welcome all questions, comments, or feedback that you might have about the ISC and Greek community. Also, you may contact me if your CIO or organization is interested in co-sponsoring an event with the ISC.
Contact information: email@example.com or come to my office hours on Tuesdays 10 Am-12 PM or Thursdays 2-3 PM in OFSL (Newcomb 171).confidential, and to get help in detailing and submitting a report. Reasons to contact you: If anyone has a question or issue concerning the Standards of Conduct, Bylaws, the Recruitment Regulations, and/or the Reporting System, I urge them to contact me and I will be more than happy to help! Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or come to my office hours on Friday 3-4 PM in OFSL (Newcomb 171).
Year: 4th Major: Media Studies and Foreign Affairs Hometown: Richmond, VA Why do you love being in a sorority? Being in a sorority has made UVA feel like a smaller, more connected community to me. I love the service opportunities and the life-long friendships that I have made through my sorority, and I feel like I am part of an organization that not only holds me accountable but also inspires me to be a better person-whether it’s in the classroom, as a friend, or in my extracurricular activities. I have a strong support system at UVA, and it is because of my sorority family. What does VP of Administration entail? I manage the ISC budget, meet with the ISC representatives from each chapter weekly to vote on and implement new ISC initiatives. I also oversee the Junior ISC program and assist the President in ISC events and initiatives. Goals for the ISC: I would like to conduct our first New Member Education program. In addition, I want to work closely with the ISC representatives to implement initiatives that will benefit each chapter. Reasons to contact you: Please feel free to contact me with any new ideas for the ISC! I would love to discuss your ideas with the ISC exec board and ISC representatives. Contact information: email@example.com or come to my office hours on Sunday 11 AM-2 PM in OFSL (Newcomb 171).Year: 4th Major: Commerce and Spanish Hometown: Westfield, New Jersey Why do you love being in a sorority? I love being in a sorority because it has given me the opportunity to be part of an incredible support system. I have met the most amazing women who are passionate, intelligent, and inspiring. I have found a new home and life long friends in my sorority. What does VP of Recruitment entail? I am in charge of managing all logistics and plans for Recruitment 2013-2014 with the help of my amazing recruitment team! We plan both Informal and Formal Recruitment, as well as all Go Greek night events. I also help the Pi Chi Director select and manage the Pi Chis and stay in constant contact with each chapter’s recruitment chair to ensure their plans are running smoothly. Goals for the ISC: I hope to continue to increase the number of women who register for Recruitment and become members of the Inter-Sorority Council community. Similarly, I want to work on publicizing the Inter-Sorority Council to reach women of diverse backgrounds. Reasons to contact you: If you have questions about anything related to Recruitment, feel free to reach out to me! Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or come to my office hours on Thursday 2-4 PM in OFSL (Newcomb 171)