Meet the Leaders


Chapter President: Carleigh Fulmer

Hey y’all! My name is Carleigh Fulmer and I am the current President of this amazing organization. Plus I am also a sophomore nursing major! Last year I served as the Vice President of Communications and loved every minute of it! I chose Alpha Omicron Pi because I felt at home during recruitment and fell in love with all of the genuine girls who eventually became my sisters! Alpha Omicron Pi has given me so many opportunities to grow and it has inspired ambition in myself as well as all of my sisters. I cannot thank this organization enough for all it has done for me. With that being said, I am so excited and blessed to have the opportunity to lead this chapter and watch it continue to grow and flourish. I cannot wait to see how this new leaders council will impact this chapter in such a positive way! Alpha Omicron Pi has such a special place in my heart. Here is to a great year, ALAM!

Vice President of Administration/Recording Secretary: Katie Baxa 

I’m Kaitlyn Baxa and I am the VP of Administration and Recording Secretary for 2019. I am a freshman and I am majoring in Secondary Education with a concentration in History. I chose AOII because when I met the girls during recruitment, I instantly connected with them and knew that AOII was my home. This year I am super excited for Strike Out Arthritis! This is our annual philanthropy event where we team up with the USCA baseball team to help raise money for the Arthritis Foundation through fun games and silent auctions. I am very excited to be a part of Chi Phi’s Leadership Council for 2019!

New Member Educator: Aubrey Swearingen 

My name is Aubrey Swearingen and I’m a senior exercise science major. I chose AOII because during recruitment I immediately felt comfortable and at home. I’m super excited to welcome new members into our sisterhood and help them become strong AOII women. 

Vice President of Communications: Claire Johnson 

Hey everyone! My name is Claire! I am currently a sophomore Nursing major here at USCA! In the Spring of 2018, I found my forever home with the Chi Phi chapter! From the very beginning, I felt like I belonged! So far I have made so many life-long friendships and memories that I will cherish forever! I am so excited to be the VP of Communications this year so I can display our genuine, loving sisterhood through social media! I can not wait for an amazing year with my amazing, supportive sisters! ALAM

T-Shirt Chairman: Kelli Richardson 

I'm Kelli! I'm a junior biology major at USC-Aiken. I chose AOII because it felt like I was coming home at the end of every day during recruitment. I was always so excited to see AOII on my schedule during recruitment, and was surrounded by people that I instantly connected with. To this day, I've formed amazing friendships within this chapter just as I knew I would. For this upcoming year, I'm excited for our chapter's sisterhood to grow stronger. As for my position, I'm excited to work with companies to find the most stylish, yet budget friendly apparel!

Philanthropy Chairman: Suzanne Ciuffo 

My name is Suzanne Ciuffo, but everyone calls me Suz! This is my second year at USCA and I am psychology major hoping one day to work with youth/young adults. I have worked for Publix for 6 years now and I am a cake decorator in the bakery. One of the reasons I chose Alpha Omicron Pi was because of their Philanthropy, which is the Arthritis Foundation. Over 40 million people suffer from arthritis in America, two of those people being my mom and aunt. When I walked into the room with all the AOII ladies I could feel the love, support, and excitement from them. I knew right then that I wanted to be in the sisterhood of Alpha Omicron Pi. The motivation and love I receive from my sisters is what makes me strive to plan exciting philanthropy events such as "Strike-Out Arthritis!". 

Vice President of Membership Recruitment: Catherine Pullan

Alumnae Relations Chair: Caroline Polston

Hey My name is Caroline Polston and I’m a sophomore at USC Aiken studying Early Childhood Education! I chose AOII because I could tell how genuine, selfless, loved, and happy everyone was at my first COB. I automatically felt connected with everyone and I knew I wanted to be apart of the special bond I witnessed that night. I’m so blessed to apart of this organization and I’m so excited to see our chapter grow this semester with all the greatness each of my sisters bring! 

VP of Chapter Development: Morgan Price

My name is Morgan Price. I'm a sophomore Exercise and Sports Science major. I chose AOII because it felt like home and everyone was so honest and welcoming. I'm most excited about helping our sisterly bond grow stronger than before! 

Vice President of Academic Development and Education: Skyler Baker

My name is Skyler Baker and I am a freshman Nursing major! I choose AOII because I wanted to meet more people and get involved on campus. Thank choose AOII because of the amazing sisterhood this chapter has. I knew I wanted to rush AOII on the first day of rush week because everyone is genuinely kind and cares about one-another. AOII has allowed me to make lasting friendships with my sisters. I am looking forward to keeping AOII on top with the highest GPAs out of all the other sororities. I am excited to see what the 2019 LC has in store for the chapter. 

Socials and Activities Chair: Ashley Eldrege 

Recruitment Assistant: Kristina Rhoden

My name is Kristina Rhoden and I am a sophomore Nursing major! I chose AOII because I instantly felt at home and fell in love with the sisterhood. As recruitment assistant, I am most excited to accept some amazing women into AOII and watch our sisterhood grow through the process. 

Community Service Chair: Cassie Garvin

Hey everyone! My name is Cassie Garvin! I am a sophomore Exercise & Sports Science major! I chose AOII because I felt such genuine sisterhood and I could see my self being a part of an organization that was so supportive and loving of each and everyone of its member. I’m looking forward to working with all of the officers to make this the best year for aoii yet!

NPC Delegate: Kellie Wooten

My name is Kellie Wooten. I am an exercise and sports science major orginally from West Columbia South Carolina. I chose AOII because I had a deep personal connection with our philanthropy and enjoy seeing it thrive. I'm super excited to see our chapter grow within the school, in relation with other greeks, as well as within the Aiken community in this upcoming year. 

Keeper of Ritual: Paige Webb

My name is Paige and I am a junior Communications major! I chose AOII because I could tell they had a strong sisterhood from night one of recruitment I’m excited to help the newly initiated girls our ritual! 

Chapter Treasurer: Cera Weatherford

My name is Cera and I am the VP of Finance for the AOII-Chi Phi chapter! I am a junior nursing major!I rushed AOII in the Fall of 2017! I never know AOII would be such an influential part of my life that it is today! I have gained so many skills from AOII such as: leadership skills, dependability, and being there for others when needed.! With my position I hope to help the chi phi chapter to be more accountable and excel financially!

Vice President of Standards: Mary Jauch


Hey everyone! My name is Mary and I am a senior Nursing major! I fell in love with AOII because of loving friendships and how all the girls were so close! I am most excited for the many memories I’ll make here!