Pi Beta Phi
Chapman University
Campus Involvement

Our chapter members are proud to be extremely involved on Chapman's campus. So many of the girls are leaders and members of various clubs, organizations, and sports teams. Being involved outside of Pi Beta Phi is a great opportunity for girls to use the skills from these other forms of involvement to better our chapter as a whole. Here are just a few of the many ways our sisters are involved on campus!! 

Leah Woienski is the Vice President of Community Development and Philanthropy for Chapman's College Panhellenic Council. She also serves as a student ambassador where she assists with events, presentation meetings, and special occasions. 

Paris Armstrong works in the Office of Admission as a tour guide where she shows prospective students and their families Chapman's campus. She loves being able to talk with them and share her great experience as a student. 

Karissa Davis is a member of the Women's Volleyball team here at Chapman. She serves as a libero and defensive specialist for the team. She loves having the opportunity to continue playing her favorite sport in college.  

Claire Norman is a member and former Philanthropy Chair for the Pre-Law Fraternity, Kappa Alpha Pi. She also has worked as a research assistant for two of the Political Science professors.