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Welcome to Pi Beta Phi at Stanford University! Being a Pi Phi at Stanford transcends living in a beautiful house, belonging to a social organization, or immersing oneself in an academic community. In addition to all of these things, our chapter is also a community of diverse women discovering who they are while creating life-long friendships. From varsity athletics to artistic endeavors to community service organizations, Pi Phis are passionate and motivated, making being a Stanford Pi Phi a truly exceptional experience. 


A Letter From Our President

On the day I opened my bid to the CA Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi, I had no idea what was in store over the next couple of years as a Pi Phi. That day, I joined a truly incredible community of women at Stanford University, a community that offers endless support, valuable opportunities and genuine friendships to all of its members. Every day I am inspired by the remarkable things the CA Alpha’s are doing on campus and around the world. My sisters are leaders of students organizations, they are facilitators of mental health support groups, they teach code to future female computer scientists, they are academic peer advisors, they play in the orchestra and sing in a cappella groups, they run marathons and compete in national athletic competitions, they are studying abroad in Paris, Cape Town, Australia and Madrid, and oh so much more. It is an honor to share the bond of Pi Beta Phi with such passionate, ambitious, exceptional women. At CA Alpha, we celebrate our diverse backgrounds, experiences, interests and aspirations. This diversity is what makes us unique. It is what makes up spectacular. However, we are all united by our commitment to scholarship, to service, and to supporting one another in all of our endeavors. This commitment has enabled us to cultivate a strong presence and catalyze positive change at Stanford. Two years ago, I found a community of women which, at its very core, embodies the six values of Pi Beta Phi: integrity, honor and respect, lifelong commitment, personal and intellectual growth, philanthropic service to others and sincere friendship. For that, I am truly grateful.

Kenzi Inman
Chapter President

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