Brooke is majoring in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies with a minor in Psychology, and plans on attending graduate school to earn a Master's degree in Special Education or Occupational Therapy. She hopes to one day start a special education program in the Catholic school districts of Alabama.
Besides her sorority, Brooke is involved in Auburn Emerge, Catholic Student Association, and High School Leadership Conference to name a few!
On March 29, AOII held their annual Slice Out Arthritis philanthropy event. At this event, attendees had access to unlimited desserts, including brownies, pies, cakes, and more!
All proceeds went to benefit their national philanthropy, the AOII Foundation, which supports both the Arthritis Foundation and the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization.
Way to go AOII - Slice Out Arthritis was quite the treat!
On November 6, Alpha Omicron Pi held their 16th annual Run for Roses. The run is a 5k that began and ended by the AOII chapter room under the Magnolia Arch and stretched around campus.
Members of AOII cheered runners on along the way or ran for the cause themselves.
As the run's name suggests, winners in each division received roses. The first place runners for both men and women won a Fitbit Blaze and the second place won a Hydroflask water bottle.
AOII's philanthropy is Arthritis Research, chosen because arthritis is the nation's #1 cause of disability. Proceeds from the run will go to the local Alabama chapter of the arthritis foundation in Montgomery.
This event continues to be a running success!
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