Cross My Kite & Hope To Fly

Cross My Kite & Hope To Fly, Kappa Alpha Theta ‘Til The Day I Die

During my undergrad, I joined Kappa Alpha Theta. At the time, I had no idea how much Theta would impact my life or how involved I would get. One semester after joining, our chapter moved to a larger officer structure and I was elected the chapter’s first Chief Panhellenic Officer. I was very passionate about sharing Greek history and uniting the other sororities on campus. The following year, I was elected Chief Executive Officer, and that was truly when Theta won over my heart. All of the late chapter meetings, petty drama, and long nights laughing with sisters taught me more about myself than a lecture ever could.

On Thursday, June 23 Theta’s from all over the United States and Canada will make their way to Grand Convention. A meeting that occurs every two years to address Fraternity business, hear from speakers, and make new friends. I was lucky enough to attend Grand Convention in 2014, serving as my chapter’s delegate. I took so many great ideas away from this and went back to the chapter with a fresh vision in mind. I am so excited for the two chapter delegates the Zeta Upsilon chapter will be sending this year. I can’t wait to hear about all the chapters’ success.

Day 1 of Grand Convention with the former Zeta Upsilon CEO
Zeta Upsilon flag – UTD’s colors are flame orange and eco green
Honestly, one of the coolest experiences of my college career
Standing with the Fraternity President after being awarded the Golden Kite and Founder Award Finalists
Missing that president’s badge
Kiting before the Grand Convention Processional
And just like that, the weekend was over!

My biz-cas/snappy casual outfits

Day 1: Dress from Forever 21, bow sandals from Aldo

Day 2: Blouse from Old Navy, skirt from J Crew, flats from Aldo

Day 3: Blue dress from Charming Charlie, blazer from Forever 21. Black scalloped dress from Lulu’s, cardigan from Forever 21

Day 4: Dress from Charming Charlie, heels from Steve Madden



3 thoughts on “Cross My Kite & Hope To Fly

  1. Thank you for this! As a fellow Greek, I love hearing about other people’s positive experiences in sorority/fraternity organizations. Many people just assume it’s like on television but it’s truly so much more than that; an extremely enriching experience! 🙂


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