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Chi Omega at UCLA has taken note of the increasing reports of sexual assault and harassment on university campuses, including our own. Our chapter is taking proactive steps by creating a Sexual Assault Committee.

This Committee is working to educate our chapter on sexual assault issues not only on our campus but nationwide. By educating and training our sisters, the Committee hopes to provide a safe and reliable space for all. Sexual assault prevention is our key goal but we also aim to be allies for those who have experienced sexual assault. We pride ourselves in being a chapter of believers, no matter if they are our sisters or not, who are always there to listen and act if that is what the survivor requests.

Chi Omega stands in solidarity with women of the UCLA community and all survivors. Above all, we hope that our members will be comforted by the strength of the support system that Chi Omega provides for them in any occasion.


Chi Omega’s Sexual Assault Committee welcomes any feedback




Delaney Fravel 

2nd Year 

Major: Communications

Minors: English 

I wanted to be a part of ChiO’s Sexual Assault Committee because I want to make sure no one feels alone in their experience and to provide a safe space in a system that has had a culture of sexual assault.

Assistant Director


Shayona Sengupta 

1st Year 

Major: Computer Science and Engineering

I wanted to be a part of Chi O’s Sexual Assault Committee because I want to be help create a trusting and supportive community within Chi O and the rest of Panhel by sharing valuable resources and making them more accessible. 




Freshman Representative



3rd Year

Major:  History

I wanted to be a part of Chi O’s Sexual Assault Community to help make resources and information more accessible to my sisters as well as help cultivate a supportive and safe community within Greek life.

Sophia Iacona

Kashish Makker

3rd Year

Major:  Public Affairs 

 I wanted to be a part of ChiO’s Sexual Assault Committee to help create a community where my sisters could find assistance and support with a group of women ready to help no matter what. 

1st Year

Major: Psychology and Business Economics

I wanted to be apart of ChiO’s Sexual Assault Committee to to help ensure the safety and well-being of all the members, as well as facilitate a safe space for them to feel free to talk about any safety issues or anything on their mind


1st Year

Major: Psychobiology 

 I wanted to be a part of ChiO’s Sexual Assault Committee because I wanted to make a difference and be part of the support system in chi omega that would help prevent and care for those that experience sexual assault!

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