Meet the members of the Virginia Tech Homecoming Court 2022 | VTx

The Virginia Tech Homecoming Council announces the members of the Homecoming Tribunal for the year 2022. Fifteen rising seniors participated in the interview process and were selected to represent their organization, platform, and school.

They will play a major role in the homecoming tradition this fall. The annual week-long event brings students, faculty, staff, alumni and the Blacksburg community together to celebrate what it means to be Hokie.

From now until the fall, these court members will work on public speaking skills, develop a marketing strategy, and create their platforms. They will attend mandatory weekly meetings to follow their development as distinguished members of the Virginia Tech Court in Homecoming. Each candidate is supported by a student organization and will base their campaign on a platform to benefit the Virginia Tech and New River Valley communities.

This year’s Homecoming Court members are:

  • Alex Constanza is passionate about giving back to the community through her Drug Harm Prevention Program. She is a double major in International Relations and Spanish Language. Its supporting organization is Gamma Phi Beta.
  • Aubrey Hubble is a clinical neuroscience major sponsored by Hockey Ambassadors. Looking to start a mentorship program for medical students and professionals. She is looking forward to making new friends and making a difference in the community.
  • Audrey Rowe looks forward to spreading domestic violence awareness and survival. It studies public health and represents Omega Phi Alpha. She is eager to meet many new people and be part of the annual homecoming parade.
  • Carolina Bell is sponsored by United Feminist Movement and will speak about sexual assault prevention. She studies biological sciences and is happy to be a part of Virginia Tech’s campus tradition.
  • Chase Basham loves building relationships and is looking forward to meeting new people and learning their stories. He studies mechanical engineering and represents Chi Alpha. He wants to bring Night to Shine in the Blacksburg area, an event that celebrates the life of the disabled.
  • Courts Breeden represents Sigma Phi Epsilon and studies mechanical engineering. He hopes to spread awareness of learning difficulties among young people. He’s looking to put an “s” on the end of his homecoming court sash.
  • Grayson Moyer hopes to tackle the problem of food insecurity on campus. Double major in agricultural sciences and environmental horticulture. Representing Kappa Gamma, Kappa is eager to share her platform and get closer to the Hokie community.
  • Kayla Hess is sponsored by Sigma Kappa and is pursuing a degree in Business Administration. She wants to spread awareness of men’s mental health and make their voices heard.
  • Mason Cobbler, who specializes in finance, represents Alpha Tau Omega. His platform is based on body positivity. He is passionate about his cause and hopes to draw attention to it while getting to know more students.
  • Nawras Zalzalah hopes to hold a week of cultural celebration on campus. She is sponsored by Virginia Tech Union and studies civil engineering. She is very much looking forward to letting people know about her platform and the idea of ​​the event.
  • Nicole Bailey is a dual principal marketing and management company that represents the Alpha Delta Pi. She wants to support children with childhood cancer and help families whose children are treated in Central Virginia. She is passionate about playing a role in the Virginia Tech tradition she grew up with.
  • Olivia Escalante wants to educate the campus community about how they can be more inclusive towards people with invisible disabilities using her An Ear to Hear platform. It specializes in meteorology and is sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega. She is keen to have a wider awareness within the community.
  • Prince Wang is pursuing a university degree in international relations under the auspices of the Model United Nations (UN). He hopes to develop programs on world affairs to educate people on current topics. He is very much looking forward to being able to make an impact and help people learn more about the Model United Nations.
  • Red Burton, representing the German club, will raise awareness of mental health among middle and high school students. He has earned his degree in Marketing Management and is grateful for the opportunity to meet new Hokies and spread his platform across campus.
  • Tia Faris is a major in Industrial and Systems Engineering and hopes to support young girls interested in STEM. Sponsored by Pi Beta Phi, you yearn to get close to a hockey group.

During Homecoming Week, current Virginia Tech students will vote on which three members of the court are to be crowned royals. The three candidates with the most votes will have the opportunity to bring their programs to life on the Virginia Tech campus. They are responsible for planning and executing events to carry out their cause and leave a legacy at Virginia Tech.

To keep up with this year’s court news and other Homecoming news, visit vt.edu/homecoming or follow us on Instagram at @hocoboardofvt.

Written by Danielle Hagensaeker is Director of Public Relations and Marketing for the Homecoming Board and a Junior major in Public Relations

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