Chapter Life Vice President
Meredith Kiss is originally from Marysville, Ohio and currently a sophomore studying Human Nutrition and Foods. Her hobbies include hiking, working out, hanging out with friends, and cooking. She also loves the color orange and is addicted to iced coffee. If you ever see her at Dunkin', her favorite coffee place, don't be afraid to say hello and ask about AXID chapter life!
Membership Vice President
Erica is from Rockville, Maryland and a junior majoring in Public Health. She was initiated in Spring '20, and is so excited to serve as our Panhellenic Delegate this year! She loves to travel, play with her dog, and go for lunch dates with sisters.
Communications Vice President
Carly Scruggs is a sophomore music therapy major, initiated in Spring'20. She is from Brighton, Michigan, but loves spending her school year in West Virginia. Being VP of Communications is very exciting for her, she loves all things artistic and visual.
Finance and Operations Vice President
Ashlee Fishbaugh is also from Marysvile, Ohio and is majoring in Mathematics with a minor in Economics and Finance. She is the backbone to Xi in the sense that she ensures her sisters have their paperwork organized and financial needs met!
Member Development Vice President
Caroline Kinney is originally from Charleston, WV, and in her sophomore year at West Virginia University. She's a Secondary Education: Social Studies major. She has always known that her path in life would lead to teaching, and has loved history along the way. When asked what specific aspect of history she was passionate about, Caroline responded, "I love the idea of being able to retell stories and give a voice to those who haven't always been the focus of mainstream social studies curriculum." I am sure everyone can agree that Caroline is a driven and passionate individual, and here is what else her sisters have to say about her:
Philanthropy Vice President
Our Philanthropy Vice President, Lindsey George, is from Freehold, New Jersey. She came to WVU because her dad is an alumnus and loved his time at our university. When asked specifically what it was that made her want to follow in her father's footsteps, Lindsey replied, "When I came to visit for the first time I got chills because I instantly fell in love with the campus. When I got off the tour bus, I totally understood what he meant in that moment and his reasoning for loving it so much." She is now majoring in Social Work with a minor in Child Development/Family Studies, and we are so lucky to have her here as our sister!