We will be revealing your Chapter Consultants throughout the month. If you’re going to National Convention, you can get to know them in person, but for those that have to wait for Chapter visits, we’re here to give you a few fun facts about your 2015-2016 Chapter Consultants.
Last, but not least: Casey Ganz (Alpha Epsilon ’15)
Casey Ganz is as an Alumna of West Chester University. We asked her a few questions so we can get to know one of our new 2015-2016 Chapter Consultants.
1. Who is your favorite celebrity?
Jimmy Fallon. A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to attend a taping of his show. We sat front and center and I got to high-five him! I may or may not have shed a tear.
2. What is your favorite home cooked meal?
Ravioli. My family has a recipe that’s been passed down for a few generations- they take all day to make and unfortunately I haven’t perfected the art yet, so I only get to eat them when my mom makes them!
3. Where do you like to vacation?
I love learning about local culture of the places I travel to, so anywhere with a museum I can visit. But my go-to spot is Long Beach Island, New Jersey.
4. If you were granted three wishes from a genie what would you want?
Unlimited frequent flier miles, a little bungalow on a quiet beach that no one has ever heard of before and a very wrinkly English Bulldog named “Lady.”
5. If you were to create a slogan for your life, what would it be?
Laughter is the best medicine. I am also a firm believer in laughing at myself. It’s the best way to get through a stressful situation.
6. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I would love to see Ireland and the Maldives. I’ve also always wanted to go to Nashville and visit Jack White’s record store.
Casey will be the Chapter Consultant for the following Chapters:
Eta Chapter (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
Theta Chapter (Mansfield University of Pennsylvania)
Kappa Chapter (California University of Pennsylvania)
Mu Chapter (Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania)
Omicron Chapter (Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania)
Sigma Chapter (Millersville University of Pennsylvania)
Upsilon Chapter (Edinboro University of Pennsylvania)
Alpha Theta Chapter (Rutgers University)
Alpha Iota Chapter (Montclair State University)
Alpha Kappa Chapter (University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill)
Alpha Pi Chapter (Pennsylvania State University)
Alpha Upsilon Chapter (University of South Carolina)
Alpha Chi Chapter (University of North Carolina – Greensboro)
Beta Delta Chapter (North Carolina State University)
Beta Epsilon Chapter (Syracuse University)
Beta Nu Chapter (Cornell University)
Beta Omicron Chapter (University of North Carolina – Wilmington)
Beta Upsilon Chapter (University of Massachusetts – Amherst)
Beta Omega Chapter (Eastern Illinois University)
Gamma Alpha Chapter (Purdue University)
Gamma Iota Chapter (College of Charleston)
Delta Alpha Chapter (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Delta Eta Chapter (Illinois State University)
Delta Mu Chapter (University of Maine)
Epsilon Zeta Chapter (University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign)
Epsilon Kappa Chapter (Wentworth Institute of Technology)
Zeta Alpha Chapter (University of California – San Diego)
Zeta Beta Chapter (Franklin and Marshall College)
Zeta Epsilon Chapter (University of California – Santa Barbara)
Zeta Eta Chapter (University of California – Riverside)
Zeta Iota Chapter (St. Joseph’s University)
Zeta Lambda Chapter (University of California – Los Angeles)
Zeta Mu Chapter (University of California – Irvine)
Zeta Omicron Chapter (Northwestern University)
Zeta Upsilon Chapter (University of California – Davis)