Alpha Chapter Alum, Neil Deramchi, Featured on Medium.Com Discussing the Disruptive Ability of Blockchain in Real Estate!
Neil Deramchi is Co-Founder and COO of RNT X, an app aiming to connect renters and landlords in a transparent and decentralized world through building a transparent and decentralized real-estate rental ecosystem. She is a recent graduate of UCLA with a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry, where she held various leadership positions including a Presidential role within our Alpha chapter. We are proud of Dermachi's accomplishments and forever grateful for the growth initiated of the first established chapter of Epsilon Alpha Sigma as a result of her leadership. Catch her insightful interview below!
Founding Sister and President of Gamma Chapter, Diana Zeineddine, Featured on UNLV TV Studio G discussing Remembering the Refugees!
Our newest colony the the University of California, Riverside is making waves on campus. Be sure to check them out in this year's Pillars FSIC Newsletters!
Neil Deramchi and Elena Salman, recently UCLA Dove graduates, received the Chancellor's Service Award for their exemplary leadership and service contributions to the UCLA community.
The Chancellor's Service Award was created to honor "students who (...) have donated their time and energy to making a positive difference at UCLA and in the community. In order to be honored a graduating student must have established a sustained record of commitment to leadership and service through his or her outstanding contributions."
Deramchi, who received a Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry, and Salman, who received a Bachelors of Science in Biology, were engaged in numerous organizations and academic positions throughout their undergraduate career. Both Deramchi and Salman joined Epsilon Alpha Sigma their first-year of college, where they quickly took on key leadership roles within their chapter.
We are so proud of Deramchi and Salman for their dedicated service to EAΣ and the UCLA community, and we cannot wait to see where their future takes them!
Beta Chapter Finishes Off Our Series of Remembering the Refugees Banquet Bringing our gRand Total to $32,000!
The Beta Chapter raised over $11,000 at their 4th Annual Remembering the Refugees Banquet, bringing our 2017 Remembering the Refugees banquet grand total to $32,000. These funds will go directly to Friends of Kayany and will be used to support education initiatives to benefit refugee children residing in the informal settlements of the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. Check out the video below to relive the night.
Thank you to everyone who supported our chapters at their banquets. Looking forward to see you all next year!