Jasmine 'Kalysta' Moy
Iota Class #33
Crossing Year: Fall 2008
Graduated in 2011 with Bachelor’s in Accounting
Currently: Graduate student at Loyola, MSA (Master’s of Science in Accounting), and staff accountant at Legacy.com
Words of Wisdom:
-Stay true to what we were founded on, to our roots, and to yourself. When you are strong, the sisterhood is strong.
-Live with an open mind, but have a good set of values.
-Implore us to always share ideas with each other, and don’t be afraid to keep sharing when/if ideas don’t go through
-Don’t let ego/arrogance get to you,, work hard to stay on top.
What would you like to see the chapter accomplish?
-More community impact, more community presence
-”Network” not in conventional terms, but develop professional and genuine relationships.
-The Kappa Scholarship
What is the greatest thing that you learned from being an Active Sister during your undergraduate career?
-It is important for the chapter to have trust, effort, and teamwork to continue the mission statement of our sorority. I am proud to see what we have achieved, and even more proud that I got to help set the foundation for future sisters to keep achieving and making an impact in the community.
Tiffany 'Gia' Yi
Mu Class #46
Crossing Year: Fall 2010
Graduated in 2014 with Bachelor’s in Elementary Education
Currently a graduate student at Loyola pursuing Higher Education
How has DPhiL helped you after you have graduated?
"I'm able to talk to anyone. When you join a sorority, you're always around people. I went from being a shy girl to being an expert communicator. Also, it's a lot easier balancing my work and play now. I'm able to manage my days and get things done on time, while also giving myself time to have fun. I've learned to be a leader and to take advantage of every leadership opportunity. I'm more confident with the decisions I make, and I make sure to learn from every experience."
What were some of your favorite/most memorable moments from your active undergraduate years?
"I always had the best times when I would go on spontaneous food trips with my sisters. I would be studying in my room at night and the next thing you know, we're in Chinatown at 1 in the morning. My favorite moments were always the least expected, and I enjoyed every second of it - the good and the bad - as a sister. (But it usually involved food.)"
Words of Wisdom for current active sisters?
"Always say yes. Take advantage of every single situation, and make the most of it. Learn from your experiences. Enjoy every second because time really does fly by. Be open to new experiences and hold onto the lessons that you're given. Take every given opportunity and make memories."