2019 Executive Council
Nicole Baker is a junior from Ashburn, Virginia at the College studying Neuroscience and Biochemistry on a Pre-Med track. On campus, she is involved in the Bone Marrow Drive, Health Careers Club, and works in a research lab studying renal cell carcinoma. Previously, Nicole has served as both Alumni Relations Chair and Apparel Design Chair for Pi Beta Phi. Nicole is so excited to work with the rest of VA Gamma’s Executive Council to introduce new initiatives and serve the chapter alongside her sisters!
Renata Wilson is a junior from Sterling, Virginia studying Government and Arabic language at the College of William and Mary. Her involvement in Pi Phi also includes literacy tutoring with a local organization called The Arc. On campus, she is a member of the Student Conduct Council and the Merrimac Mentors Program. Renata also loves cooking and participating in fun fitness classes in her free time! She truly considers Pi Phi is truly her home away from home, as her parents are currently living in Tel Aviv, Israel. Renata is so excited to serve her chapter and develop even closer bonds with her sisters as VPMD.
Katherine (but you can call me Kat) Jaggers is a junior from Ashburn, Virginia studying Government and Finance. She is close with her family back home and looks forward to seeing her two goofy nieces. Kat previously served as the Vice President of Housing. On campus, Kat is involved in multiple business school clubs including Finance Academy, Women in Business, and the Mason Investment Club. Kat is excited to take on a new position and continue to serve the chapter to the best of her abilities. She has some fun and new ideas for Virginia Gamma’s recruitment because without the chapter’s great recruitment effort, Kat would have never met her fabulous Pi Phi phriends and phamily!
Lucy Isaak is a sophomore from Manhattan Beach, California studying History and Marine Science. At William & Mary, she volunteers as a W&M tour guide, participates in marine biology research, is on the club field hockey team, and the club frisbee team. She loves to paint, bake, and do outdoorsy things like Scuba diving. Lucy has served as Pi Phi’s Panhellenic delegate and volunteered with VA Gamma’s Arc literacy tutoring program. She is very excited to be VPFD this year, and hopes to get the chapter enthused about Pi Phi’s fraternity heritage! Her two older sisters were Pi Phis as well, one at the University of Vermont and the other at Southern Methodist University.
Caroline Sweet is a sophomore from Alexandria, Virginia at the College of William and Mary double majoring in Economics and Psychology. On campus, she is involved in Students helping Honduras, club field hockey, and is an Arc tutor for the Greater Arc of Williamsburg! Last year, Caroline served as the Social Media Chair and revamped our Instagram! Caroline is a legacy of the Virginia Gamma chapter of Pi Phi, with her mom being a Pi Phi class of ‘88. Caroline is excited to keep spreading the amazing things VA Gamma is doing!
Taylor Noem is a junior from Leesburg, Virginia at the College of William and Mary, and she is a double major in Psychology and Kinesiology & Health Sciences. On campus, she is a Tribe Cheerleader, volunteers at the Haven, and is a research lab assistant. She is also an Arc tutor for the Greater Arc of Williamsburg. She loves getting to spend time with all of the close friends she has made through Pi Phi and cannot wait to watch the VA Gamma chapter continue to grow and shine.
Brett Restrick is a Sophomore from New York City studying Government and Philosophy at the College of William and Mary. On campus, she is a member of Rock Climbing Club and the College’s Trivia team. While she is not an accounting major, Brett has always had a passion for finance and is excited to help keep the chapter fiscally healthy. She is very grateful to Pi Phi for giving her such amazing bonds with both her big and her little. Brett’s mother was a Pi Phi at Wake Forest University and she is so excited to continue in her footsteps!
Grace Haffner is a sophomore from Cincinnati, Ohio at the College of William & Mary and is majoring in neuroscience and minoring in management and leadership. Her involvement in Pi Phi includes tutoring for the Greater Arc of Williamsburg and she was on Policy and Standards Board last year. Outside of Pi Phi, she is passionate about autism research and works in a research lab and interns at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. She also is a part of Global Medical Brigades and Women in Business. Grace can’t wait to have a bigger role in VA Gamma and continue to work with her sisters!
Caroline Larson is a junior from Arlington, Virginia studying Public Policy and Hispanic Studies. On campus, she is also involved in The Haven and a national nonprofit called The New Agenda working towards female empowerment. Caroline has a passion for helping others and hopes to work for internationally for a nonprofit. She just completed a semester in Buenos Aires, Argentina and hopes to continue to use her Spanish skills to live abroad in the future. While she enjoyed her time away, she is so excited to be back at William and Mary and be with her sisters again.
Abbie Crowley is a sophomore from Great Falls, Virginia studying Psychology while on a Pre-Med track. She’s a peer buddy in the Best Buddies Club, a research assistant in a Psychology lab, and an avid participator in Intramural Sports at the College. She’s interested in promoting positive mental health and well-being and hopes to pursue a career that has a focus on that. Abbie is a very proud member of the VA Gamma chapter and has really found her home with the ladies that make up Pi Phi so she finds it fitting that she is serving as the Vice President of Housing. She’s looking forward to being someone that can help members feel welcome. She can speak Spanish and absolutely loves the language. Next year, she’s planning on studying abroad in Spain for her spring semester and she’s excited to practice speaking more fluently and to immerse herself in the culture.