Sisterhood Stories

Creating a strong sisterhood is a top priority in our chapter. Sisterhood and friendship have been at the core of Pi Beta Phi since the first meeting of our 12 founders in 1867. Today, more than 300,000 women have worn the arrow over their hearts, creating a very long golden chain of friendship. The bonds of wine and silver blue bind us close together, bring out our leadership qualities, fine tune our strengths and motivate us to become the best versions of ourselves. The Pi Phi Blog is full of sisterhood stories. click here to check it out!


Our sister, Kiera, has been involved in Ball State Dance Marathon since her sophomore year. She recently worked as the VP of Membership Development for BSUDM 2019. "I think that having a strong and supportive Greek fam helped me feel the love and confidence that I needed to get further involved with BSUDM," said Kiera. Philanthropic Service is a main value in Pi Beta Phi and in BSUDM.  "But I think the true answer would be personal and intellectual development. I grew more in the past three years with BSUDM then I ever could have imagined. I am now more confident, better at time management,  and better at conflict resolution," said Kiera. 


Our sister, Leah, works while being a student for a company called It Works. It is a health and wellness company that focuses on beauty, skincare, and nutrition. Leah works through her phone which gives her a flexible work schedule. “All of my sisters are so supportive of me and my business. They are willing to help me if I need it at any time,” says Leah.


Our sister, Rebecca, has been selected to participate in the Disney College Program at Walt Disney World Resort. She accepted this program because it is her dream to work for their marketing department one day. . She believes this is her foot in the door to network with the people in the marketing department, enhance her experience, build relationships, continue her personal and intellectual growth and to hopefully obtain a full time position in Florida.


Our sister, Megan, was born in England and moved to the United States when she was six years old. After 14 years of living in America she finally achieved her citizenship.


Our sister, Lucy, is interning at Crowe Horwath to travel to clients for their year end audit. She loves this position as she is able to travel and experience unique memories.