Committees

Fundraising

Executive: Adriana Arca

The Fundraising Committee is in charge of raising money for Rosies through profit shares, bake sales, and creative member-driven projects such as a pop-up thrift store and our "Pie-a-Feminist" event. 

Sisterhood

Executive: Natalie Smith

The Sisterhood Committee is in charge of creating opportunities for our Rosies to bond and helps to foster familiarity and personal connections among the women within the org.  They plan events like movie nights, game nights, holiday parties and road trips.

Service

Executive: Elizabeth Bourassa

The Service Committee is in charge of finding opportunities to give back to the B/CS community, which involves organizing service projects such as volunteering with local women shelters and coordinating teams for Aggie Replant and Big Event. 

Public Relations

Executive: Caren Ayala

The Public Relations Committee is in charge of social outreach, which includes maintaining our social media pages and creating and designing Rosies apparel. This past year, the PR Committee also organized projects for World Positivity Day and International Women's Day.

Recruitment

Executive: Courtney Peal

The Recruitment Committee is in charge of handling all recruitment planning, such as MSC Open House, bannering, recruitment socials, and informationals to welcome the new Rosies. This is a partial-semester committee that is active only during the summer, early fall semester, and during recruitment. 

Socials

Executive: Vivian Cassina

The Socials Committee is in charge of all events open to non-members such as formal, crush parties, and casual. Their past events include a self-defense class social, valentines day party social, pool party social, Fall semi-formal, and Spring formal.

Philanthropy

Executive: Holly Meier

The Philanthropy Committee is in charge of raising awareness and raising money for our philanthropy focus Days For Girls, an organization that prepares and distributes sustainable menstrual health solutions to girls who would otherwise miss school during their monthly periods.

"A huge part of being a feminist is giving other women the freedom to make choices you might not necessarily make yourself." -Lena Dunham

ROSIES | TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY | FOUNDED IN 2016

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