Sigma Kappa Stories

Member Encourages Environmental Awareness

Posted: 05/18/2016 | 13:05 PM

Tali HallerMu, wanted to encourage sustainability and environmental awareness at her sorority. She worked with Jaclynn TreatBeta Tau, the corporation board president for the Mu Chapter at the University of Washington, to create the new position of sustainability chair.

In January 2015, Haller became the first sustainability chair at Sigma Kappa. After obtaining the position, Haller realized the need for each chapter to have its own sustainability chair. 

Meanwhile, the sustainability department at the University of Washington has been encouraging student-driven sustainability efforts by working with EcoReps, a student initiative to create a more sustainable campus. 

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