A Letter From the President

Hello friends, alumnae, and sisters of Alpha Omega Epsilon! 

I am extremely excited to introduce myself and serve as the 2015 President of the Sigma Chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon. Our chapter here at Georgia Tech consists of the most amazing women I have had the chance to meet. They embody the drive, compassion, insight, and excellence that I hoped to achieve as a collegiate. With a focus on professional commonalities, we strive to unite women in the fields of engineering, science, and technology and to embark on friendships and journeys that pave the way for lifelong success and happiness. 

Members of AΩE represent some of the strongest and motivated members of the Georgia Tech community, laying claim to prestigious awards such as the President’s Scholarship, the President's Undergraduate Research Awards, and Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher of the Year. Members are also active in the community as tour guides and FASET leaders, have studied abroad on all seven continents, and work with a wide range of companies, including Honda, Exxon, and Disney. Our Sisterhood begins with common academic goals and only grows from there. 

I always get weird looks from sisters when I say catching up each week is my favorite part of the semester. Movie nights, milkshake Fridays, philanthropy, socials, formal, Greek Week, and Homecoming are just the tip of the iceberg (pun intended). In truth, the inspiration I receive from each of these awe-inspiring women and their efforts on and off campus have taught me what it truly means to be a ‘helluva engineer.’ It means standing strong in the community together, working together, suffering together, and ultimately succeeding together. 

Whether you are a prospective member, alumna, or just looking to get a feel for what our Sisterhood means, I invite you to look through our website and reach out. We’re sisters and Techies through and through, and I’m sure you’ll be as honored as I am to get to know these outstanding young women. 


Kali Nicholas