Congrats to these 2022 graduates and Omega Phi Alpha alumni.

We are so proud of you and cannot wait to witness the impact you’ll have on your local communities and the world.

Julia Deutch (Alpha Pi)

Julia has graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor’s in Accounting and minor in Leadership Studies.

Now, Julia plans on taking some time to travel across Europe to visit 9 separate countries and has accepted a full time position.

She is going to miss the best friends she has ever made now that she’s out of college.

Tessy Loew (Alpha Sigma)

Tessy graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Public Law.

After graduation, Tessy plans on working at Rutter Mills, LLP as an Intake Specialist in Norfolk, Virginia and will eventually go on to continue her education.

Her favorite memory was when she was voted in as president and watching the chapter grow from the ground up!

Riley Myers (Alpha Rho)

Riley graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University with a bachelor’s in science in biological sciences and wildlife conservation.

Currently, Riley is planning on entering the workforce after she graduates and hopes to be able to go to graduate school down the road.

Riley says she will miss her sorority family because “they have picked me up when I was down and continue to be the light of my experience in OPA.”

Alyssa Williams (Alpha)

Alyssa graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in Dietetics.

She is currently applying to Physician Assistant programs and waiting to see which programs she will have gained admissions into.

Alyssa’s favorite OPA memory was living in the on campus house her freshman and sophomore years of college.

Laura Rabel (Alpha Pi)

Laura graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in Child Development and Family Studies and minors in Early Intervention, Addiction Studies, and History.

After graduation, Laura plans on working as a pre-k teacher and pursuing a graduate degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis.

Laura will miss doing service with some of the most amazing people she has had the privilege to call my sisters.