Early Fraternity Life and Career
Jessica Iarocci decided to attended Kennesaw State University in Fall 2008 to pursue a degree in Exercise and Health Science and perform with the Kennesaw State University Dance Company. During her second semester of her freshman year she received a recruitment email from the Epsilon Nu Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi and decided to go to the information session. After going through the rush process she knew that it was an organization that she wanted to be a member of and she has been amazed by the opportunities being a Brother has given her.
Collegiate Years at Epsilon Nu Chapter
After being inducted into Epsilon Nu as a Brother of the Beta Class Jessica was elected Social Chair from Fall 2009-Fall 2010 and Inter-Chapter Relations Chair/ Regional Delegate from Spring 2010-Spring 2012.
Jessica has also been very active nationally throughout the Fraternity.Through an effort to learn more about the organizations National Philanthropy, Teach for America, Jessica attend both the 2011 Alternative Break Project in Memphis, TN and the 2012 Alternative Break Project in Houston, TX. She is both certified in Leadership in Action as well as a LIA certified facilitator. Jessica has also been a member of the National Development Committee since 2010 assisting on various National projects.
Through her positions Jessica has planned Epsilon Nu's first Founders Day Celebration and Brotherhood Weekend. She also planned the first ICR event, Brothers, Balls, and BOOs! and was the host delegate for the 2011 Mid South Region Conference.
- 2010 National Convention -Delegate
- National Development Committee 2010-2011, 2011-2012, present
- 2011 National Convention- Delegate
- 2011 Alternative Break Project
- certified in Leadership in Action
- 2012 Alternative Break Project
- 2012 National Convention - Delegate
Bigs and Littles
- Grand Big- Emily Clarke
- Big- Lyndsey Flemming
- Twin- Clay Sexton
- Little-Lindsey Casey
- Little- MaryAnne Crisi
- Grand Little- Brittany Martin