Volunteer Profile: Haili Kamahele

Sep 19, 2023 – We are covering the volunteers of Delta Sigma Pi. Volunteering doesn’t just benefit our members, chapters and organization, but offers a multitude of personal and professional benefits for brothers.

Haili Kamahele, Cal State-Sacramento, has been a Deltasig For Life Donor since 2013. She likes the feeling that her contributions have been positive and inspired a brother in some way. Haili knows the value of being a Deltasig. “Being part of Delta Sigma Pi has benefited me in many ways, mostly from a personal growth perspective.” As a brother, she has gained self-confidence and learned to work with different people and personalities. Additionally, she claims that volunteering has given her the confidence to trust her instincts and apply them to work situations as a customer service representative at State Farm Insurance. The Fraternity has also allowed her to meet new people and make lifelong friends. She likes to catch up with fraternal friends at Fraternity events, such as LEAD and Grand Chapter Congress. Although she is not currently in a volunteer role, she likes to assist while attending Grand Chapter Congress by volunteering at the Host Committee table, the Leadership Foundation table or with banquet seating. Haili has been inspired by her Cal State-Sacramento brothers Mary Nowell Whitcraft and Linda Honzik Durst, who are still her friends today. Mary was in the first co-educational pledge class and was one of seven women in a pledge class of 21. Mary’s dedication to becoming a brother inspired Haili to also become a member and Haili was honored to meet Mary after being initiated. As a pledge, Haili met Linda at various chapter functions. She was amazed that Linda continued to be involved as an alumni member, which encouraged Haili to also stay involved.

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