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Chapter Spotlight:
Arizona State - Alpha Lambda
The Alpha Lambda chapter at Arizona State University just inducted eight amazing new candidates for their Epsilon class!
Last April, the Alpha Lambda chapter was delighted to discover that our founding president, Taylor Coco, was named Chapter President of the Year at Arizona State University. She was honored at the annual Greek Awards, which recognizes leaders in all Fraternity and Sorority Life on campus. This includes over 70 organizations. Taylor was nominated by her sisters for her dedication to building a strong foundation for the Alpha Lambda chapter and for her true embodiment of Phi Sigma Rho’s values. She started Phi Rho at ASU as an interest group on October 2, 2014, and led us all the way
to our official installment
on September 10, 2016.
She did not let any
obstacles prevent her
from doing her best for
her sisters, and she
remains an incredibly
proud active member of
Phi Sigma Rho despite
her busy schedule. She is
currently serving on
ASU’s Panhellenic Council as the Vice President of Member Development and is in charge of the annual PowHER conference, a women’s leadership conference on campus featuring successful women speakers. Needless to say, Taylor has a bright future ahead of her, and her sisters will forever be grateful for her fearless leadership and unwavering loyalty! s
We are excited to guide these ladies through new member education and show them the positive impact that Phi Rho can make on their lives!
Chapter President of the Year - Founder of the Alpha Lambda Chapter, Taylor Coco
Alumnae Spotlight: Elizabeth Ruedas
Elizabeth Ruedas, PE, QISP, ENV SP UC Irvine-Pi
Major: B.S. Civil Engineering
Current Job: Professional Civil Engineer
with CNC Engineering, Inc.
Elizabeth Ruedas, P.E., QISP, ENV SP is a Project Engineer with CNC Engineering where she has assisted in the design and review of improvement projects within and around the City of Industry. She has also assisted in the development and implementation of a new industrial stormwater program and has coordinated hundreds of inspections to ensure
compliance. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Irvine. National recognition for her achievements within the civil engineering profession include being named one of the ASCE 2016 New Faces of Civil Engineering and an ASCE Advocacy Captain. Currently, Elizabeth is the ASCE Orange County Branch President-Elect, Programs Chair for the ASCE Committee on Younger Members, Region 9 Member for the ASCE State Government Relations Committee, and serves on the ASCE Task Committee on New Revenue. s

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