Greek presidents share goals

Eight Greek Life organizations at the University of the Incarnate Word have goal-minded presidents.

The presidents – listed alphabetically by chapter — include:

Alpha Sigma Alpha: Kristen Pantoja, a biology major from San Antonio, whose goal is “to use my capabilities to build strong women and leaders. I strive to get our chapter to a four-star chapter on a national level and to impact the community in a positive way.”

Alpha Sigma Tau: Sheyla Camacho, a psychology major from Dallas, whose goal is “grow within my sorority as a sister and a leader and to increase unity within my chapter.”

Chi Phi: Tomas Moreno, an engineering management major from Cotulla, Texas, whose goal is “to create an ongoing legacy for my chapter to continue.”

Delta Beta Chi: Mariah Johnson, a mathematics major from Llano, Texas, whose goal is “to build a stronger bond amongst our sisterhood but also bring our sisterhood closer to the other sororities and fraternities. I want our presence on campus to be known and to reach people that may not understand what ‘Being Greek’ means.”

Delta Xi Nu: Salina DeLaGarza, an athletic training major from San Antonio, whose goal is

“to bring my chapter together to spread multiculturalism in our local communities and through the world.”

     Lambda Chi Alpha: Lazaro Ramos, a rehabilitation science major from San Antonio, whose goal is “to lead a chapter of young, educated men, and to be well recognized among our campus and our community.

   Kappa Sigma: Victor Vasquez, an athletic training major from San Antonio, whose goal is

“to raise the standard for my chapter and Greek Life as a whole.”

   Omega Delta Phi: Steven Reyes, a music education major from Seguin, whose goal is “to

find quality men and grow the chapter at UIW.”\