Meet the Exec: Christie (CAO)

25550539_873959772777348_3907319555053708009_n*I apologize to those who get triggered by anything Christmas related before or after December*

Name: Christie Han (Chief Activities Officer)

Pledge Class: Chi – Spring 2016

Class & Major: Senior; Advertising, TexasMedia sequence with a Business minor and Social Entrepreneurship & Nonprofits certificate!

Hometown: Coppell, TX

PNM Advice: Don’t shy away from going to a lot of rush events and taking your time to decide which organization is the right fit for you! Some organizations require you to go to a specific amount of events and that can be extremely overwhelming, especially when you’re afraid it’s just going to be awkward and uncomfortable for you. I love that Chi Beta offers a handful of different rush events, so everyone who is interested has the opportunity to come out to as many as they can according to their schedule!

I went to one rush event my pledge semester, only because I heard about Chi Beta Delta two hours before the last one! My one regret is not hearing about Chi Beta sooner. šŸ˜‰

If I could anywhere, it would be: Where do I even start?! Greece (Mamma Mia, anyone??), Spain, Italy…but for real, I haven’t even been to California or Disney World so anyone want to go?!

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Favorite TV Show(s): There are too many to choose from so they will be portrayed in GIFS.

What do you love about Chi Beta Delta?Ā I truly have never had as strong of a support system as I have through Chi Beta. It is incredible how sweet and compassionate everyone in this sorority is. Through even the toughest days (weeks or even months) or if you’re just having an average day (it’s okay, it happens to all of us!), these girls really know how to cheer you up. I rushed with my first college bestieĀ (Sup, Sage!), one of my best friends from high school joined the next semester (Hi, Hana!), all three of my current roommates are in Chi Beta (Sage, Hana, and hey, Hailey!),Ā and I have met some of my forever friends through Chi Beta Delta.

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