Alumna Spotlight: Kim Courtney Gregorio

Kim is a Fall 1998 Beta Eta initiate. During her time as a Beta Eta, Kim held the position of social chair, participated in Dance Marathon, represented AXO in many philanthropic events on campus, and played intramurals for Alpha Chi. Kim was also involved in Lady Spirit Hunters and student government.

After college Kim moved to Atlanta and interned at a PR firm where fellow Beta Eta, Leah Nilles, was working. While in Atlanta, Kim also assisted the Alpha Chi chapter at UGA with Recruitment. Kim then moved to Washington D.C. and started her marketing career with Toys R Us. In D.C. Kim was able to reconnect with fellow Beta Eta sisters Janice Brown and Hannah Highfill. Although she was new to the city, having her sisters around made Kim feel right at home. In 2005, Kim moved to New York City. Once again her Beta Eta sisters helped make her transition to a new region that much easier. Currently in the New York Metro area, Kim has her Beta Eta family little sister (Megan Blomberg Curry), grand little (Tara Johnson), and great grand little (Jen Nicholson) all nearby.

Shortly after Kim’s move to NYC, her BH sister Tara Johnson introduced her to her future husband Chris Gregorio (Sigma Chi FSU ’00). Kim and Chris were married November 14, 2009 in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Along with the many Alpha Chi sisters in attendance, Kim had two Beta Eta sisters stand with her.

Kim is now working as a marketing account manager for Accenture in NYC. Kim also is a member of Seminole Club of NYC and volunteers with the March of Dimes. Chris and Kim are preparing to move to a new apartment in Hoboken, NJ. Kim says without the love and support of her sisters she would have never been able to move so many places since leaving FSU. Kim is looking forward to seeing everyone at homecoming this year.

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