Sister Spotlight: Isabelle Hadley

12107186_10208904032297309_8330830800663684558_nWhen our sisters were asked to nominate a Zeta girl to be featured as our Sister Spotlight, it is no surprise that several wrote down the name Isabelle Hadley!

Hadley is studying business marketing and mass communication, and is also the reigning President of the Gamma Iota chapter here at the University of Florida. Her dream job is to be a Corporate Lawyer.

“I just want to be Alicia Florrick from The Good Wife,” Hadley said.

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Some of her recent endeavors include completing an internship with FIS Global as a operational risk communications analyst. Within Zeta, she was Greek Philanthropy chair, Vice President and is now serving as President. She was a Marathon Relations Captain for Dance Marathon & was the Assistant Director of Programming for Young Leaders Conference.

When she isn’t hitting the books to accomplish her dream of becoming a lawyer or dominating the involvement field, Hadley loves to travel. She spent part of her summer in Guatemala and just got back from an incredible trip to New York City. A glimpse of her NYC adventure is pictured below.

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Hadley admits some of her other hobbies are looking at adorable puppy pictures online and “Watching Netflix more than I’m proud to admit,” Hadley says.

Her favorite way to spend a Saturday? In the swamp cheering on the Gators with her Zeta sisters (DUH)!

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Her favorite thing about being in Zeta Tau Alpha is the authenticity and diversity of each sister.

“We all have different interests and backgrounds but everyone is true to themselves. We aren’t afraid to be as goofy & silly around each other,” Said Hadley.

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Isabelle, we love you and we are proud to have you as our Sister Spotlight. Thank you for all the work you put in to make this chapter great and to make the world a better place through your involvement.

Stay tuned on the blog for the next Sister Spotlight!

ZLAM,

Brooke Garrison

Gamma Iota Blog Chairman 2017