Sister of the Week
Sister of the Week
Clemson University’s Panhellenic Community is full of so many outstanding women. Each week we will highlight a different sister who is doing amazing things in the Clemson and Greek Community.
I love Clemson Miracle because it allows me to give back to something that gave me and my family so much during my childhood. My sister was treated at a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, and I was able to see first hand how important it is for hospitals to receive outside funding to make a child’s stay in a hospital less scary. Clemson Miracle has allowed me to be involved in something bigger than myself while also creating lifelong friends, and for that I’m so grateful!
Morgan is involved with Sigma Kappa Sorority, Mortar Board Honor Society and Tau Beta Pi.
Emily Anne Godbold
Hey y’all, I’m Emily Anne Godbold. I am a junior Women’s Leadership and Economics major from Myrtle Beach, SC. I am a proud member of Alpha Delta Pi and served as the 2018 Bid Day Chair.
In addition to Alpha Delta Pi, I have had the opportunity to serve the student body as a Senator in Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) for the past two years. As a senator I established the All In Farmers Market to connect students and the community to fresh, healthy, local products and increase sustainability on campus. Being on Senate has allowed me to grow as a leader and make tangible change on campus.
I have also worked on the 2018 and 2019 Women’s Leadership Conferences. I worked to improve marketing tactics, and I had the opportunity to speak about women’s confidence.
This semester I have founded Girl Up Clemson Student Organization to spread awareness and fundraise for girls in less developed countries while empowering girls across campus.
As a freshman, I joined the Clemson Honors College, and I earned the opportunity to be a Dixon Global Policy Scholar and study abroad in Paris and Berlin. Recently, I was awarded the Duckenfield Scholarship to study abroad in Oxford, England this summer.
Over spring break, I was able to study abroad to Ahmedabad, India to work with the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) to learn about women’s poverty, empowerment, and global issues. It was a life changing experience that was made possible through the Women’s Leadership major.
My involvement on campus and experiences outside of the classroom have shaped my Clemson experience. I have made amazing friendships, memories, and lasting-impacts that will exist long after my four years at Clemson University.
This amazing girl is involved in so much around campus! She is currently on CUSG Activities Committee, CUSG Military Affairs Committee, and a Freshman Council Mentor. Also in KD she serves as: Homecoming Chair, Shamrock Committee Member, Girl Scott Committee Member, and a Standards Board Representative. Not to mention, she also CRUSHES it in her intramural basketball games; her team is ranked #12 overall! She never complains about being stressed or worried and is always there to brighten someone else's day. She truly lives not only up to KD standards but Panhellenic's as well!
Makenna is an amazing member of our Panhellenic Community. Besides being a member of Alpha Phi where she serves as the Director of academics, she is a part of the business fraternity Delta Sigma Pi and currently has a UPIC internship on campus! She is also apart of Order of Omega, a career ambassador, part of Tiger Ties, Women in Business, and marketing student advisory board. Finally, what her chapter thinks is the coolest thing, she is a part of is Camp Kesem. This is a a club on campus that raises money, finds campers and plans/ does everything for the camp. The camp is for kids who have family members who have been affected by cancer and have struggled financially through that process. It gives the children a chance to meet and bond with other kids going through the same hardships, and it is no cost to them at all. This specific club is for Clemson's very own Camp Kesem, which was founded by Alpha Phi members that are currently in our chapter today! However, it is not only in Clemson but is a nationally known camp!
Meg is very involved on our campus, and we are so lucky to have her as part of our Panhellenic Community! She is not only the President of Delta Zeta and their Vice President of Recruitment last year, but she is also a very involved member of Delta Sigma Pi, a business fraternity on our campus. She has most recently been elected a position with CUSG to represent the Greek Community. Despite these big commitments she always makes time for her friends and sisters of DZ. Her chapter is so proud of all that she does and they are so thankful for her commitment love to the chapter.