A Letter From Our President

Sisters, alumnae, and friends of Alpha Omega Epsilon,

​My name is Tiffany Jeng, and I have the honor and pleasure of serving as the President of the Sigma chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon at Georgia Tech. Since joining in the fall of 2018, I have seen this chapter grow and thrive, and it has been such a joy to see our sisters embody friendship, leadership, and professionalism in everything they do.

The sisters and alumnae of Alpha Omega Epsilon have become my family over the last three years. These women are so intelligent, passionate, and kind. They give me endless unconditional love and support, and I am so grateful for each and every one of them. Alpha Omega Epsilon has helped me grow as a person and as a woman in STEM. I will forever treasure the memories I have with my sisters and the lessons I’ve learned from them, and I am excited to serve this wonderful community as their President.

To all of our visitors and new friends, I welcome you to explore

our website and learn more about us. Please feel free to

contact me with any questions you may have!​​

Offering friendship, inspiring leadership, and condoning

professionalism;

Tiffany Jeng 

Tiffany Jeng (she/her)

President

president.gtaoe@gmail.com

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Recruitment

Come join us and learn more about Alpha Omega Epsilon. August 30th - September 2nd 

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Friendship

We are a smaller chapter averaging 20-40 active members which creates a tight-knit community of sisters. 

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Leadership

Meet our executive board and officer team, as well as, what our sisters are involved in on campus. 

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Professionalism

A.O.E. is a social & professional sisterhood. See what are up to and their current internships and co-ops. 

"Finding a support system in college can be really hard. There are so many things to do in order to be a well rounded student that it can be dizzying. With AOE there’s a support system of sister ready to help along the way. Writing resumes or finding jobs can be really hard, but the workshops that are set up make it easier. When one of us is struggling, all they have to do is say it and there is a small army of girls ready to help her through it."