University of North Carolina at Greensboro
|Date Inducted||Spring 2010|
|Birthdate||May 28, 1990|
Early Fraternity Life and Career
Natasha Doski decided to attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro after attending the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for her freshman year, during which she made great friends and learned a lot but discovered that UNCC was not the place for her. In the beginning of the spring 2010 semester, she received an email from the Alpha Chi Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi encouraging her to attend an interest meeting. After completing the interview process, she and the rest of the Alpha Lambda Initiate class joined Alpha Chi at the end of the semester.
Collegiate Years at Alpha Chi
Once inducted into Alpha Chi, Natasha served as the Social Committee Chair for Fall 2010. During this semester, she organized events with her committee and other committees, such as skating, bowling fundraisers, and recipe exchanges, finishing with Semi-Formal, an Alpha Chi annual event at the end of each fall semester. She was nominated, ran for, and was elected Vice President for the Spring 2011 semester, and is currently serving as President for the 2011-2012 school year.
Alumni Years to Present
- Regional Conference, Spring 2011 at Tau Chapter
- Alternative Break Project, May 2011 in Memphis
- National Convention, August 2011 in Washington, D.C.
Bigs and Littles
Nataha's Big Brother is Jessica Arvidson, who is now living in Christiansburg, VA.
Natasha has 1 Little Brother:
- Little 1, Amara-Nycole Sealy, Active Brother
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Other Interesting Facts
- Natasha spent her junior and half of her senior year of high school in Portugal, attending the Frank C. Carlucci American International School of Lisbon.
- She has been an active member of Sound of Faith, a Christian rock band based out of Concord, North Carolina since middle school (excluding her whirlwind tour of Europe).
- She is also a member of Golden Key and Sigma Tau Delta and serves as the Co-Vice President of Membership Development for Sigma Alpha Lambda.
- She participated in a public reading of Sense and Sensibility in May 2011 at UNCG in honor of its 200th anniversary of publication.