Greek networking

Emily Dowden (right), a junior in the Pi Beta Phi sorority, talks with Emily Miller Kimmey, vice president of resource development for the United Way of Greater St. Louis, at the “Letters Today, Leaders Tomorrow” program March 23 at the Women’s Building Formal Lounge. Kimmey, chair of the WUSTL Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Advisory Committee, was a panelist for the program, which discussed ways for members of Greek life to use their connections to network and get jobs after graduation. The event was moderated by Karin Johnes, director of Greek life. Other panelists were Jeff Davis, chairman of the Missouri Public Service Commission; Joanna DeLong, a senior and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi, who served as the 2004-05 panhellenic recruitment chair; David Glasser, a 2000 WUSTL graduate and member of Sigma Chi; and Jim Vrendenburg, executive director and president of the Theta Xi Foundation.