Congrats to our February Woman of the Month, Erica Dattero!
Erica shows scholarship, working hard at her Batten classes and learning how to make the world a better place. Erica has volunteered at the Southwood Boys and Girls Club and Madison House. She is so passionate about service that she wants to serve professionally, looking into jobs in the non-profit field. Erica is Gamma Phi Beta’s Panhellenic Affairs Vice President and also writes for and leads the PR department for HerCampus at UVA. Outside of her extracurricular involvements, Erica finds time to be a true friend and sister. Congrats, Erica!
The ISC Woman of the Month embodies the five pillars of character recognized by the Inter-Sorority Council and all sorority women:
- 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.
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