Letter from the president
My name is Brooke Brennan and I am incredibly honored to serve as the President of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Epsilon Phi chapter. With such a short time at the University of Florida, it can be daunting to choose where you will find involvement, friendship, and fulfillment. While looking for all of this and perhaps more, I found a home at Kappa. Just like that, this place that once meant nothing to me has become everything to me. A living room within these walls that I didn’t even know existed has become my favorite place in the world, and the people who fill it have become some of the most influential people in my life. What you will find here is a group of fun-loving, passionate, and driven women who have a genuine and lasting connection with one another.
With all I wanted to find in a sorority, I truly underestimated the impact that this organization would have on me. Here I have become a happier and more well-rounded person. Turning every corner around campus, I have come to know a familiar face. I have discovered a sense of confidence, determination, and spirit that has come from the countless mentors and friends that Kappa has provided me.
To the girl who knows exactly what they want to do in their time at the University of Florida, and to the girl who has no idea: you will never regret trusting your gut or taking a chance. It is from these key moments that I have found a sisterhood, a support system, and a home. I hope that you can find all of this and more within our chapter. If you have any questions about Kappa or Panhellenic in general, I would love to talk to you!
Brooke Brennan, President of Kappa Kappa Gamma