|Date Inducted||Spring 2000|
|Roll Number||ΑΡ 489|
|Awards||2003 AP Tripod Scholarship|
Early Fraternity Life and Career
Meghan enrolled at Virginia Tech in Fall 1999 after graduating from high school in Columbia, Maryland. As a freshman, she rushed Phi Sigma Pi in Spring 2000. Meghan received a bid, and after a successful Initiation period, she was Inducted into the Chapter with the Rho Initiate Class in April of that year.
Collegiate Years at Alpha Rho Chapter
Meghan was extremely active as an undergraduate Brother, attending many options events in addition to those that were required. She was a regular at service events, an active team member in the Chapter's intramural sports teams, and showed a passion for scholarship events that matched her enthusiasm for fellowship.
Meghan served Alpha Rho in many leadership positions as an undergraduate. In her second semester as a Brother, she stepped up as Leadership Chair. The following year she joined the Alpha Rho Executive Board as Secretary. The following year, she served as the 13th President of Alpha Rho Chapter.
Alumni Years to Present
After graduating in Spring 2003, Meghan moved to Hawaii with her finace, fellow Alpha Rho Alum Brent Jones, as he was stationed there by the Navy. While in Hawaii, Meghan began working towards her master's degree. In Fall 2004, Meghan and Brent were married outside of Baltimore, in a ceremony that included several Alpha Rho Brothers in the wedding party and many more in attendance.
After several years in Hawaii, Meghan moved to California where she completed her graduate degree before she and Brent moved to Salem, Virginia in 2008. Meghan obtained a research faculty position at Virginia Tech, and in 2009 she became Alpha Rho's faculty advisor.
Bigs and Littles
Meghan's Big Brother is Rex Card, who is now an Alumnus of Alpha Rho.
Meghan has 2 Little Brothers:
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Other Interesting Facts
- Meghan is one of several Alpha Rho Brothers to marry a fellow Brother
|Alpha Rho President|
|Alpha Rho Secretary|
|Alpha Rho Chapter Awards - Tripod Scholarship|
Brian St. George