Panhellenic Council hosted Circle of Sisterhood founder, Ginny Carroll, on September 20th! Circle of Sisterhood is the national Panhellenic philanthropy, and works to provide educational opportunities for girls around the world. She gave an empowering presentation about the start of her organization, its necessity and impact on communities, and the specific contributions of the University of Tennessee through the building of two schools: one in Haiti and one in Senegal. After a team traveled to Senegal in June to help start the build, the school is now complete and class is in session! Ginny’s talk was engaging and inspiring, and strengthened the community’s love for the organization. Panhellenic cannot wait to see what the future holds for Circle of Sisterhood on our campus!