2021 Executive Board
• Steph Delgado
As Chapter President, Steph is the main point of communication between Alpha Chi Omega members, advisors, headquarters, and alumnae, as well as PHC and IFC officers, university officials, and Cal students. She oversees all matters of the chapter, from presiding over chapter meetings to sitting on every standing committee. She is a political economy major with a concentration in economic development. She hopes to go into the world of finance and business and has an internship at J.P. Morgan this summer in the Corporate & Investment Bank Markets Summer Analyst Program- Trading in New York City to further experience in that field! She loves to travel. Steph has studied abroad to Rome, Italy and Prague, Czech Republic and hopes to visit Australia and Thailand when it’s safe to do so!
VP CHAPTER RELATIONS & STANDARDS
• justine krieger
Justine is a sophomore studying psychology and integrative biology, and is from Long Beach, CA! In addition to being VP CRS, she is currently working as a campus ambassador for Visitor and Parent Services and is also involved in Berkeley Hillel! As Vice President of Chapter Relations and Standards, she is responsible for implementing bylaws and overseeing their revision. She also works to create a welcoming environment at chapter meetings through various sisterhood awards such as the “You Rock” Rock. Justine is especially pumped to be in charge of sisterhood appreciation through giving these shoutouts to different members of Pi chapter and making sure sisters feel recognized for their achievements.
Vp finance • Josie Lieber
Josie (she/her) is a third year from San Diego (Encinitas to be exact if you are familiar with the area) studying Molecular Environmental Biology and minoring in Marine Science with the intent of getting a career as a marine biologist or in the field of bioinspired design. While she is a SoCal girl at heart, she has fallen in love with Berkeley, from the elegant buildings to the fascinating people to the breathtaking scenery. Whenever possible, she tries to explore the area, whether it is going on runs or hikes with fellow AXOs, talking to the local artists about their work (as she enjoys everything art related), or taking random adventures with her housemates. Her time here has been enhanced and shaped by those she has met in class, the Ocean Society of Berkeley club, and Alpha Chi Omega. As VP Finance, she hopes to have a positive impact on people's lives by making the Greek community more accessible. Her life would not be the same without AXO. She is looking forward to ensuring its longevity as Pi Chapter continues to navigate through and out of Covid-19 so that many more individuals will be able to find their way home, as she did, to Alpha Chi Omega.
VP RISK • Laura herron
Laura is a second year Molecular Cell Biology and Data Science major from Los Gatos, California. As Vice President of Risk Management, she is looking forward to expanding the health education resources available to the chapter. Additionally, Laura hopes to create a collaborative environment where all members of the chapter feel empowered to have honest conversations about their boundaries, mental health, and other needs. As Vice President of Risk Management, Laura is in charge of the general well-being and safety of the chapter, helps to maintain house security, and oversees the planning of exchanges, formals, and date parties. She is coordinating our chapter response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and is communicating up to date information and resources. Laura is also available to the chapter as a confidential resource, and hopes to improve the safety and risk practices within not just Alpha Chi Omega, but within the entire Greek Community. Outside of Alpha Chi Omega, Laura can be found working at Suitcase Clinic, a student run homeless clinic, and teaching the corresponding Decal to new students. She also loves to spend time outdoors, and can be found on the Club Water polo team, hiking, running and spending time in the water.
Vp ritual • kaitlyn scadina
Kaitlyn Scadina is a junior from San Jose, California studying political science and dance. As VP Ritual, she is responsible for upholding the traditions and ceremonies of Alpha Chi Omega, such as the Initiation of new members and the nationwide celebration of Alpha Chi’s founders. She also coordinates communication between alumnae and the chapter. She is so excited to further the chapter's relationship with the Ritual of Alpha Chi Omega, and to continue strengthening our connection to our wonderful alumnae! Outside of Alpha Chi, Kaitlyn is a member of the University Rally Committee and Cal Dems! She can usually be found cooking, rollerskating, or hiking.
• Maya thompson
Maya is a sophomore from Los Angeles, CA, pursuing a major in English and a minor in Russian Literature. As VP Recruitment, she organizes and spearheads events to encourage the women of UC Berkeley to meet and connect with the women of Alpha Chi. This includes both Fall Primary Recruitment as well as Spring Informal Recruitment, both of which she plans alongside her incredible recruitment team. Maya loves how her role offers the opportunity to meet so many amazing women and introduce them to AXO’s supportive, loving community! When she isn’t planning recruitment events, Maya can be found at the movies or at a coffee shop, writing a review for the arts department of The Daily Californian.
Vp new member education •
Alyssa is a second year from Salinas, CA looking to double major in Urban Studies and Environmental Economics and Policy. As VP NME, she is responsible for planning new member events (such as big/little reveal!), teaching each new member class about our history and ritual, and helping welcome new members into the house. She is so stoked to share all the reasons to love AXO and help foster long-lasting bonds, which are especially crucial to this virtual world! Outside of educating our new members, you can find her rooting on our Golden Bears with the UC Rally Committee, giving campus tours, and making funky-fresh playlists!
Vp PUBLIC RELATIONS & MARKETING
• katie knapp
Katie is a second year Society and Environment and Art Practice double major from Sacramento, CA. Katie is so excited to use her creativity to take on this role to increase our social media impact during an all virtual semester! She is responsible for keeping all things digital media, apparel and outreach fun, funky, and fresh! Make sure to check out the chapter's social media for more. Outside of Alpha Chi, you can find her on a hike on the fire trails or doing something artsy! She is a part of Ocean Society and Berkeley and the women's club water polo team.
VP Membership Programing
• Caitlin keller
Caitlin Keller is a sophomore from Crofton, Maryland majoring in political science and media studies. She hopes to plan super fun events that keep AXO's sisterhood alive and well as we keep interacting virtually, putting together events such as KROM, Chi Connections, and My Journey, which allow the women of this chapter to get to know each other on a personal level. She is also an arts writer for the Daily Californian, a member of the California Golden Overtones a cappella group, and a huge fan of cooking tasty vegetarian meals.
Phc delegate • cailin born
Cailin is a second year from Nicolaus, California studying Molecular & Cell Biology and Psychology. She is excited to bring unity and sisterhood to the Panhellenic community during virtual times as well as foster new, meaningful connections. Cailin is also involved in the Student Environmental Resource Center, American Medical Women’s Association, and enjoys knitting her own clothing. As Panhellenic Delegate, Cailin is a liaison between Pi chapter and the greater Panhellenic community. She represents our chapter’s voice in Panhellenic Council meetings, as well as organizing fun events with AXO and other IFC and PHC houses.
VP INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT • Madeleine Weiss
Madeleine is a second year majoring in French and MCB from Cincinnati, Ohio. As VPID, Madelene is an academic resource for the chapter and works to uphold the academic standards of each chapter member. She coordinates career workshops and study nights. Madeleine serves as a resource for class scheduling, study group creation, and academic community building. During her term as VP Intellectual Development, Madeleine hopes to be a resource for the chapter as they navigate the academic world at Berkeley and plan for the future. Outside of AXO, Madeleine is involved in Theater for Charity, Challah for Hunger, and the Period Project. She enjoys running, hiking, and cooking good food in her free time.
VP facility operations • Elizabeth grubb
Elizabeth Grubb is a third year majoring in political science with a public policy minor from Clovis, California. Elizabeth is honored to be serving the needs of the chapter house as well as being a housing advocate and resource for all Alpha Chis. She acts as a liaison between the residents of AXO and the house staff, communicating with the house director, individuals employed by the chapter, and the Facility Operations Committee. Elizabeth is responsible for overseeing all aspects related to the house, including home repairs, housing contracts, and internet service. Her main job is to ensure the well-being, health, and safety of the chapter residents and employees. Outside of Alpha Chi, she dedicates much of her time to politics as the President of Cal Democrats and when she has free time, Elizabeth enjoys writing and art.
VP philanthropy • rebecca jacobson
Rebecca is a third year, double majoring in Sociology and Social Welfare and double minoring in Education and Global Poverty and Practice, who grew up in North Dakota and Germany, among a few other countries. She is honored to be AXO's new Vice President of Philanthropy and hopes to educate AXO and the broader Berkeley community on domestic violence, partially during the COVID era. When she's not at AXO, you can find her working on educational videos for the Hearst Museum, volunteering with OASES and Reading Partners, or drinking an iced Philz coffee.
VP Community development • reva kale
Reva is a second year history major from Westport, Connecitcut. She is so pumped to serve as Pi chapter’s first VP Community Development! Reva is especially excited to provide platforms for LGBTQ+, low income, and BIPOC sisters to share their experiences with discrimination in Greek life and instate a zero tolerance policy for discriminatory rhetoric that will help create a safe space for all members of Pi chapter. Outside of alpha chi, Reva is involved in student research, the ASUC, and works for the Visiting Student Affairs Program! She loves classic rock, Game of Thrones, and spends waaaay too much time playing video games.