“Kerry, a senior majoring in Secondary Science and Mathematics Teaching, decided to attend FSU because of its “diversity and opportunities.””
Kerry Devine joined her sorority for the social experience.
But she quickly found equal satisfaction in doing service for the Greek and student communities.
Kerry Devine’s involvement in Greek life and Student Government groomed her to become the first president of the recently established Greek Activities Council.
As president, Kerry guides the council as it coordinates the collaborative events and programs put on by FSU’s Greek community. The council’s mission is to promote inter-council cooperation throughout that community, including all of the Pan-Hellenic chapters, the Inter-fraternity Council, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, and the Multi-cultural Greek Council.
Kerry, a senior majoring in Secondary Science and Mathematics Teaching, decided to attend FSU because of its “diversity and opportunities.” And she’s used her opportunities—from the Dance Marathon to Peer Education on Alcohol, to serving in the Student Senate—to contribute to the diversity the university has to offer.
In addition, many of these opportunities have taken her to “places where I met my best friends.”