Meet Your Recruitment Team

 

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Dani Tillman
Vice President of Recruitment
Senior
Major: Middle School
Education, English emphasis
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
What advice would give to potential new members?

Take the whole week in! Before you know it, four years will have flown by and you'll wonder where it all went. Take the time to make new friends and speak to new people. I hope that recruitment is all you want and more!

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Jaq Stephenson
Assistant Vice President of Recruitment
Sophomore
Major: Exercise Science
Hometown: St. Louis, MO
What advice would give to potential new members?

Always be yourself and never forget to smile.

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Hannah Smith
Lead Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Learning Behavior
Disorders in Elementary
Education
Hometown: Troy, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

The one piece of advice I will give to potential new members is to always BE YOURSELF. Like Sebastian said to Ariel, in The Little Mermaid, "You've got your own style, now let it shine through and remember no matter what, you've got to be you!"

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Sarah Burden
Recruitment Assistant
Sophomore
Major: TV Production, minor
in Journalism
Hometown: Mt. Washington, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

It is so important to go into sorority recruitment with an open mind and a positive attitude. Those two things will make recruitment less stressful and more rewarding. Finding your forever home is so exciting and if you go in closed-minded you may not find it to be a fun experience.

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Meg Gilkey
Recruitment Assistant
Senior
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Princeton, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Relax and be yourself!

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Haley Price
Recruitment Assistant
Junior
Major: Communication Disorders
Hometown: Harrisburg, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

Come in with an open mind and go where you truly think you'll fit in best.

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Hattie Jo Ginn
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Interdisciplinary Early
Childhood Education
Hometown: Princeton, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Take your time and learn about everyone and keep your mind open. We are so happy to have you join one of the amazing sororities here at Murray State University! 

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Kara Ferguson
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Special Education
Hometown: Central City, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Really keep an open mind and give second chances! Don't let one bad day or experience get you down. 

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Maddie Gilbreath
Recruitment Counselor
Sophomore
Major: Nonprofit Leadership,
minors in Agriculture and
Management
Hometown: Owensboro, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Keep an open mind. Every day you learn new things about yourself and the sororities, so don't shut yourself off to certain ideas and possibilities!

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Anna Quitmeyer
Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Public Relations, minor in
Management, Recreation and
Leisure Services
Hometown: Trenton, IL
 
What advice would give to potential new members?

I hope potential new members go through recruitment with an open mind; especially if they are from the Murray area, have friends that belong a sorority, or are a legacy from a sorority. I hope that they will trust us and trust the system to guide them to the place they belong.

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Mary Kathryn Curtis
Recruitment Counselor
Sophomore
Major: Public Relations
and Advertising
Hometown: Mayfield, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

I would tell potential new members that joining a sorority will be a whirlwind of fun times, new friendships and a new support system. In the end, it is more than worth it to find a place where you belong.

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Isabella Meeks
Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Athletic Training
Hometown: Princeton, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

There's no such thing as a stranger during this process, everyone around you is going through the same thing, take advantage of the friendships that will come out of recruitment!

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Linsey Grissom
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Exercise Science
Hometown: Hickman, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?
Have fun! I know how stressful formal recruitment can be, but this is a time to make friends and memories. Two of my very best friends are in my life because of recruitment. If I would have spent the whole week stressed out, I would have never made those connections!
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Beth Birkner
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Exercise Science/Pre-OT
Hometown: Alton, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

Remember to be yourself! Show off your unique personality and have confidence.

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Mercedes Crowley
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Henderson, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

My advice is just be yourself. Don't go into a party and pretend to be someone you're not. Don't pretend to like or dislike things just based off of the girl you are talking to. It is 100% okay to be different and have a different opinion. You'll be so much happier in the end by sticking to who you are and what you believe.

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Regan Kull
Recruitment Counselor
Sophomore
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Evansville, IN
What advice would give to potential new members?

Keep an open mind and be yourself!

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Hannah Huckeby
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Economics and
Political Science
Hometown: Louisville, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

If I could give one piece of advice to a potential new member, it would be to always stay true to yourself and to trust the process! Everything is going to work out the way that it should even if that means not getting your first choice of sororities or even not being in one at all.

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Julie Boeker
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Logistics and Supply
Chain Management
Hometown: Salem, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

Ask any questions you may have, step out of your comfort zone, and know your Gamma Chi is there to help! Doing all of this will make sure you end up in exactly the right place and that you are happy on Bid Day.

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Katie Nagel
Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Millstadt, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

Throw away any preconceived ideas you have about each sorority and recruitment in general. Pick the sorority where you feel like you can be yourself!

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Anna Schlagenhauf
Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Communication
Disorders
Hometown: Carmel, IN
What advice would give to potential new members?

Stay calm and keep an open mind.

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Barrett Blackburn
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Eddyville, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Come in with an open mind, be excited, and most importantly be yourself.

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Kelsey McNichols
Recruitment Counselor
Sophomore
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Metropolis, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

Keep an open mind and take a deep breath! This week will be stressful but I promise it will be worth it when you run to all your sisters and your new home on bid day.

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Abby Jo Scheriger
Recruitment Counselor
Sophomore
Major: Organizational
Communication/Minor in Sports
Communication
Hometown: Cadiz, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Be yourself, be happy, be confident!

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Alyssa Smith
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Benton, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Be yourself, keep an open mind, take a deep breath, smile, and have FUN!

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Mallory Smithson
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Pre-Veterinary
Medicine
Hometown: Hopkinsville, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Go into the week with an open mind. Let yourself explore each organization and see each one at their best. Be open to new opportunities and don't feel the need to go somewhere just because that's what someone else does. You will know when you find your home and let your heart lead you there!

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Macy East
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Communication
Disorders
Hometown: Princeton, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

RELAX! Do not stress!  All of the organizations are just as nervous to meet you as you are to meet them. Relaxing will help you be able to be 100% YOU, which is exactly who your fellow potential new members, the organizations, and I want to get to know!

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Meredith Chaffin
Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Communication
Disorders
Hometown: Mascoutah, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

Have an open mind and follow your gut instinct.

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Katie Skaggs
Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Greenville, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Come into recruitment with an open mind. You want to be with a group of women that motivate you and make you enjoy life that much more. The next four years of college set the standard for what kind of woman you want to become, so the question is, who do you see helping you accomplish this? Most of all, don't forget, have FUN!

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Kayle Armstrong
Recruitment Counselor
Sophomore
Major: Economics/Finance
and Business Administration
Hometown: Du Quoin, IL
What advice would give to potential new members?

I encourage members to go in with an open mind. Choose where YOU want to go, not where you think others want you to go.

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Laney Coplen
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Communication
Disorders
Hometown: Mayfield, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?
Act like you want to be in each sorority's room! It is important to leave a good impression, even if you don't see yourself as a member of that sorority.
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Madison Schmidt
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Ag Business
Hometown: West Paducah, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Be confident, but most importantly be yourself. No one can be a better you than you!

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Kailey Buchanan
Recruitment Counselor
Senior
Major: Public Relations, minor in
Marketing
Hometown: Pacific, MO
What advice would give to potential new members?

Relax and be yourself. Dress cute but comfortable and most of all, keep an open mind!

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Chandler Dunn
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Interior Design
Hometown: Mayfield, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Don't feel like you have to fit in some type of "stereotypical" image of a sorority girl! Just be yourself!!

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Maddie Hagan
Recruitment Counselor
Sophomore
Major: Exercise Science
Hometown: Henderson, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Be yourself!

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Abby Smith
Recruitment Counselor
Junior
Major: Television Production,
with minor in Journalism
Hometown: Sturgis, KY
What advice would give to potential new members?

Be yourself and go in with an open mind!