A Letter From the President

Reppin' Georgia Tech in AntarcticaHello friends, alumnae, and sisters of Alpha Omega Epsilon!

I cannot possibly express how honored I am to be serving as the Sigma Chapter president of Alpha Omega Epsilon for 2014. The sisters I have come to know through AΩE are the most wonderful women, engineers, and friends I could imagine. Our chapter strives to unite women through professional commonalities that pave the way for strong friendships and outstanding accomplishments. We pride ourselves on our tradition of academic and extracurricular excellence.

Our members represent some of the strongest members of the Georgia Tech community, laying claim to prestigious awards including, but not limited to, the President’s Scholarship and the Southern Automotive Women’s Forum Scholarship. We’ve studied abroad on all seven continents, and our sisters have worked with a wide range of companies, including Honda, Exxon, and Disney, among others. Our sisterhood begins with our common academic interests and grows from there.

Movie nights, milkshake Fridays, mixers, formal, and homecoming are just the beginning. Many of my best memories from college are of the times I have spent with my AΩE sisters. Whether you are a prospective member, alumna, or just looking to get a feel for what our sisterhood really means, I invite you to look through our website. We’re sisters and Techies through and through, and I’m sure you’ll be as proud as I am to get to know these outstanding young women.

Go Jackets!

Veronica Foreman