Sip n’ Paint with SAI Denver!

Join us at Sipping N’ Painting Hampden on Feb. 2 to sling some paint (no experience required!), sip some tasty bevs, and support a great cause!

Register here

We realize that Feb. 2 is Superbowl Sunday, so:

  • If you’re into football, this event does NOT conflict with the game.
  • If you’re not into football, join us as we avoid pre-game madness!

Half of your registration fee ($20 0f $40) will go directly to supporting SAI Philanthropies, Inc., the charitable arm of Sigma Alpha Iota International Fraternity, which promotes all aspects of music creation, performance and scholarship through national and international outreach projects, the building and maintenance of Pan’s Cottage at the MacDowell Colony for artists, and scholarship, grant and award opportunities for Fraternity members and chapters.

New affiliate: April 2019

The Denver Alumnae Chapter affiliated one new member at the April chapter meeting!

Alyse Greenberg was initiated in to SAI in 1997 by the Eta Rho chapter at the University of Delaware. She served in officer and committee chair positions, but it’s been so long that she doesn’t remember which ones. She also served as a big sister. After college, Alyse joined the Central New Jersey Alumnae Chapter of SAI, where she remained active for about 7 years, and served as President, Treasurer, and Fundraising Committee chair. Alyse has been playing the flute for over 30 years, most recently with the Mile High Community Band in Denver. She is currently taking a break from Mile High, and will be rehearsing with the Highlands Ranch Concert Band this spring.

Professionally, Alyse has worked primarily in the environmental conservation field, in roles ranging from environmental educator to grant administrator. Alyse currently works for The Water Research Foundation, a global not-for-profit water research and technology innovation cooperative. As a member of the communications and marketing team, Alyse prepares research reports for publication, writes articles, and copyedits anything that comes across her desk. In her free time, Alyse hikes, does yoga, reads, and volunteers for the Denver Audubon Society.