My name is Steph and I’m the current president of the Theta Omicron chapter. I come from a small town in northern Spain but I have big dreams of being a pilot and traveling the world. I joined Alpha Xi Delta in hopes of finding a few close girl friends in a male dominant university, but little did I know I would find so much more than that. Life-long friendships, a strong support system, my biggest cheerleaders and the immense gratitude of being a part of something greater than myself. I have fallen head over heels in love with our philanthropy and after 2 years being a part of the greatest organization I know, I can’t imagine my life without it.
Chapter Life Vice President
I am Abigail Ngo, the current Chapter Life Vice President of the Theta Omicron chapter! I am an Aviation Business Administration major, and I am going into my senior year here at Riddle! I am involved in many different organizations alongside Greek life on campus such as the Student Government Association, and the Orientation Program. When I’m not on campus I love being outside by the pool or at the beach with friends, or adventuring to a new place and trying new foods! I love being an Alpha Xi Delta because my sisters and everything that these letters stand for constantly challenge me everyday to be the best possible version of myself.
Philanthropy Vice President
Hi! My name is Alexis Sutton and I’m Alpha Xi Delta’s Philanthropy Vice President. I am a senior majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in High Performance Vehicles. I joined AXiD my Junior year in order to get more involved on campus and to make new friends. I’m also involved in EcoCAR and Society of Women Engineers, and have worked at Walt Disney World, Sikorsky Aircraft, and Lockheed Martin. To me, being apart of Alpha Xi Delta represents all of my best experiences in college, from planning major events to making lifelong friends and memories with the girls I’m lucky to call my sisters, I can say with certainty that AXiD has changed my life for the better.
Membership Development Vice President
My name is Halle Pitner and I am currently the Member Development Vice President for the Theta Omicron chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. I was raised in the South and I’m proud to be a Florida girl. College is proving to be the most exciting time of my life and much of that is due to my Alpha Xi Delta sisters, they are truly my home away from home. Every day I feel challenged to be the best version of myself in every aspect in both my social and academic life. When things get hard I relax by doing yoga, playing with my puppy Rhett, and going to the beach. I am a Finance and Accounting major with a minor in Unmanned Aircraft Systems, and though challenging, sisters have been by my side the entire way. There’s not a day that goes by that I’m not thankful for this Sisterhood pushing me to grow in courage, graciousness, and peace. Hometown: Tavares, Florida
Communications Vice President
My name is Kayla Byrnes. I am an Aerospace Physiology Major and the Communications Vice President for Alpha Xi Delta. When I am not busy with school or work, I love to sing and play with my dogs Anna, Schmedly, and Cooper. I am usually a quite person but Alpha Xi Delta has helped me to grow into a confident, well-rounded leader. This sisterhood has also helped me bring out the best qualities in me and to improve the worst. I think Alpha Xi Delta is an organization that I am proud to be in because each sister motivates me in their own way. Whether that is to be better academically, to be a better sister, to be more involved in campus life, and much more. Overall, I love Alpha Xi Delta because I know that I can lean on any sister's shoulder and that she can lean on mine no matter what.
Finance and Operations Vice President
My name is Kaitlin and I am currently the Finance and Operations VP of the Theta Omicron chapter. I am originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico. I joined Alpha Xi Delta because I was looking for a family away from home, and I got just that. I know sisters that are beautiful inside and out, and have become my biggest supporters. Having taken care of a young boy with Autism, I was also drawn towards the philanthropy. It has been so rewarding to support such a great organization and making a differences in people’s lives. I am so thankful to be an Alpha Xi Delta.
Cleo Younkyung Cho
Membership Vice President
Welcome to Alpha Xi Delta! I’m Cleo, Younkyung Cho and I’m the Membership Vice President of the Theta Omicron Chapter. I recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics with minors in Aeronautical Studies, Entrepreneurship, and Psychology. I’m currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree. I love keeping myself busy and being productive, so I manage two different clubs and assist ERAU Center for Entrepreneurship. I love meeting new people and learning something new! I’m from Korea and we don’t have Greek life back home. I wanted to experience something new and I loved AXID’s vision and mission, so I decided to join. I love AXID because my sisters always inspire me to realize my potential and see true values that I have while also helping me to become a better version of myself. I’m so grateful to be an AXID and to have sincere and supportive sisters! TFJ.
My name is Lisa Larsen and I’m the Panhellenic Delegate for Alpha Xi Delta. I’m an international student from Norway and majoring in Aeronautical Science. I grew up with four sisters in a small town in Norway called Arendal (you may know it from the movie Frozen). I’m sharing my passion for flying with my dad who has been taking me up in all kinds of airplanes since before I can remember. When I went through recruitment my second semester, I didn’t know what a sorority was really about, just that it was a group of girls who would hang out together. Little did I know Alpha Xi Delta would give me a second family, a home away from home, the best academic- and professional opportunities and sisters for life. I’ve grown tremendously by being active in this chapter, and I’ve realized I have potential far beyond what I knew when I first joined. My position as a Panhellenic Delegate has also allowed me to connect with amazing women from the other sororities while strengthening the bonds between the Greek organizations on campus.