Meet the Leaders

Meet our 2020 Leaders Council

Leader's Council is made up of a group of girls who have been elected by the chapter to serve as officers for different positions that each contribute in unique ways in bringing the chapter together!

Chapter President: Cassie Garvin

Vice President of Administration/Recording Secretary: Sydney Goff

New Member Educator: Abbi Hulsey

Vice President of Communications: Annie Alger

"My name is Annie and I love AOII because I have met life long best friends who I feel I wouldn't have met or been so close to if it weren't for AOII. This chapter challenges me to be the best person I can be and helps me learn about myself. I chose this position because I want to help represent our chapter and sisters on social media and help promote our philanthropy, events and recognize sisters when they achieve something!"

T-Shirt Chairman: Kristina Rhoden


"I chose AOII because I knew instantly that this was my home. I love always being surrounded by the most genuine, loving support system everyday."

Philanthropy Chairman: Gillian Kieffer


“I took on the position of VP of Philanthropy in order to get more involved with my chapter and to make an impact with the Arthritis Foundation! My goal is to get girls excited about our philanthropy and to really help out those who need our support!”

Vice President of Membership Recruitment: Katie Baxa

"I am so excited to be the 2020 VP of Membership Recruitment! This is my second year in AOII and this is one of the best choices I’ve made in my college career! I chose to run for VPMR because going through the recruitment is one of the first and most memorable experiences in a sorority. This is also a first look for girls wanting to rush to see our amazing sisterhood. So my goal is to make sure they can fully see AOII and our sisterhood, because we love each other and we want to show that to the world! Can’t wait to bring on Recruitment Season with my sisters!"

Alumnae Relations Chair: Carleigh Fulmer

"Hey y’all! My name is Carleigh and I’m currently serving as the Alumnae Relations Chairman as well as the Keeper of Ritual. I have been a member of Alpha Omicron Pi since September 2017 and have loved every minute of it. I have previously served as VP of Communications and Chapter President. Serving as alumnae relations is so important to me because our chapter wouldn’t be where we are today without all of their hard work and determination. I can’t wait to show the alumnae how much we appreciation them and love them! ALAM!"

VP of Chapter Development: Caroline Polston

Vice President of Academic Development and Education: Dharma Coble

Socials and Activities Chair: Kellie Wooten

Recruitment Assistant: Hayley Dubose

"I chose AOII because it felt like a place I could form genuine relationships. I’m excited to be the Recruitment Assistant, because with this position I get to help other women find their home!"

Community Service Chair: Gillian Kieffer

"I chose to take on the position of Community Service Chairman because I wanted to help AOII make a difference to our local community. I want to make an impact on a more local scale and help people who we see and interact with every day!"

NPC Delegate: Larissa Arias

Keeper of Ritual: Carleigh Fulmer

"Hey y’all! My name is Carleigh and I’m currently serving as the Keeper of Ritual as well as Alumnae Relations Chairman. I have been a member of Alpha Omicron Pi since September 2017 and have loved every minute of it. I have previously served as VP of Communications and Chapter President. I am so excited to have the opportunity to share our ritual with my sisters and teach them the importance of it. Our ritual is something that connects us with chapters across the US and Canada, now that’s amazing! I cannot wait to teach all of our new initiated sisters why AOII means so much to me! ALAM!"

Chapter Treasurer: Abbi Hulsey

Vice President of Standards: Morgan Price

"I chose AOII because it felt like home. It challenges me daily and makes me step out of my comfort zone, helping me grow into the person I am. For that I will forever be grateful for AOII and all of the sisters this organization has brought me. I am excited for this position to help sisters in any way I can."