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S1 E6 · Ethocast
6. Zeta | Sarah Callazzo
6. Zeta | Sarah Callazzo

Once upon a time, Sarah Callazzo wore "smaller jeans and fake a smile." She would never consider herself a leader. With a camera roll filled with "progress pictures," Sarah battled an eating disorder that was invisible to her sorority sisters. She eventually found out that she was not alone and has never been alone. In an honest interview, Sarah talks about the importance of fraternity and sorority members facing whatever is keeping them from moving forward so that they can be the best people that they can be.

About the Guest

Sarah is a marketing professional and a speaker for ⁠Greek University⁠. In her "Unknown Warrior" presentation, Sarah tells the story of having gone from an eating disorder to leader. She empowers students with an honest of account of fighting a losing battle with herself, in denial and exhausted but would never admit it. One day, Sarah decided she didn’t want to be that girl anymore. She was exhausted from trying to be the girl that "does it all." Rather than trying to be a superwoman for everyone else, she wanted to be her own hero. The New Jersey native has been actively working on her own recovery while encouraging others to do the same. A proud sister of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and a former chapter president, Sarah graduated from the University of Rhode Island and is currently pursuing her Master of Social Work from Farleigh Dickinson University. Follow Sarah and her journey on ⁠Instagram @sar.calla⁠.

Ethocast is a "For Our Edification" limited series and is supported by ⁠Edify Ventures, LLC⁠.

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Once upon a time, Sarah Callazzo wore "smaller jeans and fake a smile." She would never consider herself a leader. With a camera roll filled with "progress pictures," Sarah battled an eating disorder that was invisible to her sorority sisters. She eventually found out that she was not alone and has never been alone. In an honest interview, Sarah talks about the importance of fraternity and sorority members facing whatever is keeping them from moving forward so that they can be the best people that they can be.

About the Guest

Sarah is a marketing professional and a speaker for ⁠Greek University⁠. In her "Unknown Warrior" presentation, Sarah tells the story of having gone from an eating disorder to leader. She empowers students with an honest of account of fighting a losing battle with herself, in denial and exhausted but would never admit it. One day, Sarah decided she didn’t want to be that girl anymore. She was exhausted from trying to be the girl that "does it all." Rather than trying to be a superwoman for everyone else, she wanted to be her own hero. The New Jersey native has been actively working on her own recovery while encouraging others to do the same. A proud sister of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and a former chapter president, Sarah graduated from the University of Rhode Island and is currently pursuing her Master of Social Work from Farleigh Dickinson University. Follow Sarah and her journey on ⁠Instagram @sar.calla⁠.

Ethocast is a "For Our Edification" limited series and is supported by ⁠Edify Ventures, LLC⁠.

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