Congrats to our September ISC Woman of the Month, Kayla Baldorado!

As President of Chi Omega, Kayla puts her chapter and the members in it at the center of her obligations while she juggles a job, the UVA Dance Team, Trustees, and many other involvements. She is incredibly supportive and goes out of her way to be there for her friends even when she is overwhelmed with work herself. She is incredibly well-respected in her chapter, she always puts the needs of her sisters ahead of her own, and she puts herself out there as a continual resource whenever and wherever someone may need her. Kayla is diplomatic, patient, and practical in the ways she handles any challenge, situation or circumstance that comes her way. Keep up the great work, Kayla!






The ISC Woman of the Month embodies the five pillars of character recognized by the Inter-Sorority Council and all sorority women:

  1. Sisterhood
  2. Service
  3. Scholarship
  4. Support
  5. Student Leadership.

Scholarship – serves to measure the nominee’s commitment to her studies and pursuit of academic excellence.

Service and Student Leadership – the nominee must demonstrate a recognition of the importance of philanthropic service and leadership, whether through her chapter’s programs or on her own initiative and enthusiasm.

Sisterhood and Support – as a sister, the nominee is one who can always be counted on regardless of the task. As a woman, her dedication to those around her within the Inter-Sorority, University, Charlottesville communities are unparalleled.

Although we welcome self-recommendations, we are excited to acknowledge and appreciate those who recognize the contributions of their Panhellenic sisters.

Want to nominate someone for next month’s ISC Woman of the Month? Fill out this form.