ESA NC STATE EXECUTIVE BOARD
Committed to the Cause
NC State President
"Discipline is choosing what you want now and what you want most."
I am celebrating my 32nd year in ESA in 2020. I have served as IC and SERC St. Jude Chairman (Junior, Senior), IC Webmaster (multiple years, probably the second one in history) and NC ESA State President for two terms. I have seen so much change in our organization, sisterhood, sorority. I feel total blessed to have been given so many opportunities to learn and to give. The people I have met inside and around this organization has inspired me and impressed me. I have enjoyed so many places and experiences from my first IC Convention in Indianapolis to serving on Executive committee for the Miss NC Pageant to organizing a St Jude golf tournament. Having no children of my own, my maternal feelings are fostered by the kids at St. Jude and the schoolkids in Thailand (during my annual mission trip). I am also grateful that my husband enjoys supporting me and this group of ladies. I am so proud to be a small fish in this shoal of exceptional women. And it is my Pleasure to serve.
Hey everyone! I’m Kara. I am a recent Greensboro College grad and an elementary school teacher. I love spending time with my husband, family, and friends. I have been a part of ESA for about 4 years now and it is a pleasure to serve on the state board.
“Let’s do what we love and do a lot of it.” - Marc Jacobs
NC State Vice President
This year marks my 15th year as a member of ESA. I began my journey as a Freshman at Elon University in 2005. Over the past 15 years, I have served the State of NC in many capacities including multiple State Executive Board positions, St Jude Coordinator, Educational Director, Philanthropic Director, Hope for Heroes Chair, and others. I look forward to serving the state of NC from 2020-2022.
“Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Jr Past State President
"The colors of the rainbow so pretty in the sky are also on the faces of people going by" -Louis Armstrong "What a Wonderful World"