Xi Omega Xi Founder – Aggie Smith Steiner

Aggie Smith Steiner ’67

Aggie Steiner initiated at Beta Eta in 1967. During tenure as a collegian, she served as a Standards Board Member, Assistant Pledge Trainer, Family Weekend Chair, Circus Decorations Chair and won the Favorite Pledge Award. She graduated from Florida State Cum Laude with membership in several academic honoraria.

     Aggie is active in Alpha Gamma Alpha Alumnae chapter, Atlanta, Georgia, and has served as President, Vice President and held the chairmanship of several committees including fundraising, social and membership.

     She has served the national organization as National Vice-President, National Nominating Committee Chair, Recruitment Program Chair, National Director of Ritual, District Alumnae Chairman IV-S and Province President IV. She has held various Advisory Board positions including Recruitment, Colony, and House Corporation Board President for Epsilon Phi chapter, Georgia Tech. Additionally she was the NHC Liaison and project chair for new facility construction for Epsilon Phi and Theta Upsilon chapter at the University of South Carolina. She is currently the National House Corporation President. Aggie has attended 16 National Conventions.

     Retired now, Aggie’s professional career included serving as the Telephone Pioneers of America Annual Meeting 2000 Chairman, Lucent Technologies, 1999-2001; the Profile Showcase Manager, Lucent Technologies / AT&T Network Systems, 1988-1999; Marketing Manager, AT&T – Network Systems, 1984-1988; and ReproGraphics / Art Department Manager, Artist, Western Electric, 1974-1984.

     Aggie has been married to her college Pi Kappa Phi sweetheart Don for 39 years. She is an active community volunteer – involved in the American Heart Association, the 1996 Centennial Olympics Volunteers and the ACOG Volunteer Advisory Board , the Telephone Pioneers of America, and the FSU Seminole Boosters. Her interests include travel, snow skiing, spectator sports, needle work and shell collecting.

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