The Foundation welcomes Rachel Greene, Beta Epsilon at Western Illinois University, and Ashley Rezendes, Epsilon Psi at Rochester Institute of Technology, as Marketing & Development Interns for this summer. During their 10-week internship, they will work with Foundation staff and volunteers to support communications, stewardship, and chapter philanthropy initiatives. Each Sigma will have the opportunity to learn how to work remotely and contribute to a nonprofit organization.
My name is Rachel Greene. I am a sophomore majoring in communication and minoring in event planning at Western Illinois University. I am a member of the Beta Epsilon chapter, currently serving as Chapter President and formerly as Education Director. I am originally from Oak Lawn, Illinois. I chose to apply for this opportunity because I am passionate about serving children and empowering women to become leaders. I attended our National Convention in Las Vegas as well as Presidents Academy. Both helped me grow into the leader and person I am today. I am excited to give back to the Foundation, as well as gaining valuable experience and forming connections with members of the Foundation staff.
My name is Ashley Rezendes. I will be a rising senior at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in the advertising and public relations program. I am the current Chapter President for Epsilon Psi at RIT. I am choosing to invest my time into the Foundation this summer because Tri Sigma’s philanthropy is important to me. I want to show and educate others on the Foundation’s mission. I have a strong passion for the new member education process. I was able to educate my chapter’s 2019 new member classes, which was the best experience of my life. In my role, I’m hoping to continue to engage our chapter’s newest members so they can grow as chapter leaders while having a strong passion for our philanthropy too.