Kaitlin Busch, Iota Omicron - Capital University

Columbus CW Star Proudly Represents Phi Sigma Sigma

Kaitlin Busch (Iota Omicron Chapter at Capital University) represents more than Phi Sigma Sigma, but all of Columbus, OH as the new CW Star!  In Oct. 2011, after becoming one of the top ten finalists, Kaitlin became the face of the local CW Columbus station.  Her position entails being the local correspondent for the morning show, as well as a live sponsor of OXYwater and JBentley Salon and Spa.

Kaitlin is a senior at Capital University double majoring in Electronic Media and Public Relations.  Her dream is to work in broadcasting, specifically within the entertainment industry.  At Capital University, she is involved with the campus TV station, Skyline Columbus, the campus radio station, WXCU, and Phi Sigma Sigma.

Prior to Phi Sigma Sigma, Kaitlin joined Chi Theta Pi, a local sorority at Capital University.  While holding the position of president, she led the local through the process of affiliating with Phi Sigma Sigma.  Kaitlin became a founding sister of the Iota Omicron Chapter, where she now serves as Archon.  When asked what she loves most about Phi Sigma Sigma she said, “Everything!  I love the people within Phi Sigma Sigma.  The traditions within Chi Theta Pi and Phi Sigma Sigma are so similar; I think it’s why I love it so much!”  Kaitlin strives to follow the core values of Phi Sigma Sigma throughout her everyday life.  She said, “The core values are great principles to build your life around.” 

According to CWcolumbus.com, the CW star was born in 2006 because the station realized it needed a face to launch the brand.  Each CW star needs to be a passionate and energetic TV personality that is always camera ready.  Following graduation in May, Kaitlin will continue on with CW until Jan. 2013.  She describes herself as someone who knows what she wants and will stop at nothing to achieve her dreams.  Phi Sigma Sigma is proud to have a great leader representing it not only on Capital University’s campus, but also as a local TV star.