The Virginia Moore Chi Omega Scholarship was established in 2011 to honor Virginia Moore’s legacy of dedication to service, loyalty to her sisters and her strong leadership skills. It was these qualities that set the foundation for the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega, and it is these qualities that set the standard for the deserving young woman who receives this scholarship award.
Mindy has played an active role in Chi Omega, especially as the organization’s scholarship chair: “One of my proudest moments was getting positive feedback from my chapter and the Chi Omega national consultant about how I was helping the chapter increase our GPA. Knowing I am making a difference gives me motivation to work harder,” Green said.
Mindy had this to say about receiving this scholarship, “I feel so honored to have received the Virginia Moore Scholarship. Virginia Moore is such an influential leader. Because of her influence, the Chi Omega chapter at Texas State University is still going strong almost 50 years later.”
Melinda Keller, Vice President of the Stelos Alliance and a Chi Omega alumnae, had this to say about this year’s recipient,” It is always a pleasure to honor my former advisor, Virginia, because of the impact she had on me while I was a student at Texas State. Mindy Green sets the standard for the strong caliber of young ladies in Chi Omega and is a wonderful steward for Virginia’s legacy. “
Following graduation, Mindy plans on working in the public relations field in either Austin or Houston. Mindy is a proud Bobcat, a proud sister of the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Chi Omega and will go on to make both of them proud as she continues to fulfill her potential.