(UW-Whitewater submission) The following Whitewater students are UW-Whitewater’s 2021 Greek chapter presidents: Anai Parker, who is studying psychology, is president of Alpha Kappa Alpha; Devin Lewis, who is studying human resource management, is president of Alpha Phi Alpha; and Joseph Senyah, who is studying psychology, is president of Phi Chi Epsilon.
UW-Whitewater currently has 23 active Greek chapters, which stem from national organizations. They offer leadership, personal fulfillment through philanthropy, and opportunities to forge lifelong relationships with peers and alumni. The Greek Community does its best to excel in all ways possible and at the same time, represents Warhawk spirit through academics, sports, social events, leadership, and much more.
While the individual goals of each chapter are different, the overall mission of the presidents of the chapters are largely centered around engagement and commitment to campus.
“As the president of either a fraternity or sorority, we are the face of our organizations,” said Neil McCants, president of the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. “The president’s role can be an overwhelming position to handle, but just like anything that gets difficult, you have to dig deep, use your resources and do what you need to do to be successful.”
For more information on the presidents of the Greek chapters or the Greek community at UW-Whitewater visit https://www.uww.edu/career-and-leadership-development/student-involvement/greek-community.