LetterFrom the President
My name is Alexis Boselli, and I have the privilege of serving as the Beta Pi chapter president to my 280+ sisters at the University of Florida. I invite you to explore our website and get a glimpse of what it looks like to apart of our sisterhood!
I ran home to Kappa Delta in Fall 2021, where I was embraced by women who, although I didn’t know then, would become my best friends, biggest blessings, role models, and mentors. When I saw the sisterhood in action through recruitment, I knew KD was the place I wanted to call home. Beta Pi and all the women in this chapter have shaped me, allowed me to grow as an individual and leader, and changed my life for the better!
I am constantly in awe of all the wonderful, unique people that I get to call my sisters, and I am honored to share with you why:
The sisters of Beta Pi strive to excel in various aspects on campus at the University of Florida in leadership, academics, and service. A few achievements I am most proud of is our chapter’s service locally in the community of Gainesville, directly through the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) and our local Girl Scout Troop, as well as nationally with the Prevent Child Abuse America organization. Our chapter has had the privilege to raise over $20,000 annually from our dodgeball and paintball tournaments, as well as various spirit events hosted throughout the school year. We are also proud to be able to host events with our local Girl Scout Troop that allow our members to mentor and get to know these young women, while upholding Kappa Delta’s national mission of “Building Confidence, Inspiring Action.”
Our women are active contributors in both our community and on campus. Members of Kappa Delta serve in leadership positions in various organizations including Dance Marathon, Student Government, Florida Blue Key, and so many more. The presence that our membership has on the UF campus and local area highlights the different passions that drive our members.
These accolades are just a few reasons as to why I am endlessly thankful to be a member of Kappa Delta at the University of Florida, and so honored to have the privilege to lead all the incredible woman of this chapter. I cannot express enough the gratitude I have for the women of Kappa Delta welcoming me home on August 25, 2021. This moment changed my life forever and I don’t think I will ever be able to repay the impact Kappa Delta and each member has had on my life. My goal as chapter President is to give back to this chapter what it has given me and make each member feel fully known and fully loved, just as Kappa Delta has done for me every day.
With Love in AOT,