Ask anyone who wears America’s brightest orange and they will tell you Cowboys are special. From the moment Burns and I arrived on campus (and even before!), this Cowgirl felt the strong sense of family that bonds this group together. As someone who is not an alumna of OSU, I quickly learned what it was like to be considered part of the Cowboy family.
This feeling of family is especially strong among Women for OSU. I have met a variety of successful and brilliant women through this program; women with unique gifts and creative talents that give freely of themselves because of their passion for our school. They make the university a better place for current and future Cowboys. I love the fact that some of these women are alumnae and some are not; however, all of these women have a common bond — they love OSU and are passionate about the future of our Cowboys and Cowgirls.
The diversity among this group of women illustrates the broad scope of interests among our Cowboy family. Each of these women has made a difference in her own way, as it relates to OSU, and it certainly makes this Cowgirl sit a little taller in the saddle!
OSU is very fortunate to have this group of women and I encourage other women who are passionate about making a difference to join Women for OSU. Together we are stronger, and together we can harness our creativity and passion to make the world a brighter orange.