From the moment she stepped onto USF’s campus, Sarah Reynolds knew she wanted to be a part of something big. She has been a member of Delta Delta Delta, a social sorority, since her freshman year. She has held various leadership positions in the sorority, such as the vice president of finance, where she was responsible for managing a $120,000 budget, making sure that accounts receivable were collected and checks were sent to local businesses. She now serves as the vice president of chapter development. In addition to her involvement in Delta Delta Delta, Reynolds has served as a panhellenic recruitment counselor for the USF Greek system.
Always mindful that academics come first, Reynolds was invited to join Rho Lambda Honorary, a leadership honor society for panhellenic women, and the Order of Omega, an honor society for the top three percent of Greek students at USF. Reynolds is also a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success and Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society as well.
Reynolds was a member of the USF Herd of Thunder Marching Band in 2009-2010, playing as part of USF’s highly competitive drumline.