By MORGAN FRALICK
Chelsea Clarke, part of the graduating class of 2007, is an avid alumni member at Georgetown College. Chelsea graduated with a Bachelors degree in both communications and media studies and political science. She later went on to get her Masters degree in divinity at the McAfee school of Theology. Along with her studies, Chelsea was on the Georgetown Tiger Dance Team her freshman year, a member of Alpha Gamma Delta, Pan-Hellenic council, Campus Ministries and participated in numerous intramural sports. Chelsea was initiated into Alpha Gamma Delta in 2004, where she held an office as Vice President of Recruitment.
After graduating from Georgetown and receiving her masters in divinity, Chelsea spent two years living in China while in the Peace Corps. The Peace Corps is an organization led by the government to send volunteers to reach out to countries overseas in order to promote education, generosity, hospitality, and peace between the nations. Since her years at Georgetown she has always enjoyed helping out others in need, especially her friends, family and fellow sorority sisters.
Chelsea recalls all of her favorite and most memorable moments while at Georgetown, and she particularly remembers all of the fun times she had while affiliated with Greek Life. She says her most memorable moment at GC was her very first “circle up” as a new member of Alpha Gamma Delta. The advice that she gives all current students attending Georgetown College is to “live in the moment! Enjoy college life because it goes by way too fast.” Chelsea Clarke is a perfect example of what you can accomplish if you work hard, stick to your goals and cherish all of the times you have while at school.