Alpha Gamma Delta


Alpha Gamma Delta Selects 2015-2016 Leadership Consultants to Join International Headquarters Staff

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                Contact: Wendy Bright Faust
March 30, 2015                                      Executive Director

(INDIANAPOLIS) Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity has selected 15 women to be part of the 2015-2016 Leadership Consultant Team. They will travel for nine months throughout the United States and Canada to support individual Alpha Gamma Delta collegiate chapters. First-year members of the Leadership Consultant Team include Hayley Baker, Gamma Zeta-University of Memphis; Hensley Barnes, Theta Tau-Belmont University; Valerie Cashin, Gamma Delta-Auburn University; Eva Flick, Beta Xi-Purdue University; Victorina Jeffers, Delta Iota-California State University, Chico; Anne Marie Kirk, Epsilon-University of Kentucky; Samantha Lapid, Delta Tau-Chapman University; Kerry Mallet, Zeta Beta-Lehigh University; Danielle McMahon, Lambda Alpha-St. Joseph's College (New York); Sara Rolin, Gamma Zeta-University of Memphis; Arielle Schrader, Theta Tau-Belmont University; Samantha Singh, Delta Xi-Arizona State University; and Mandy Whitlow, Gamma Xi-Murray State University. Brooke Abel, Delta Rho-Sonoma State University and Katelyn Pfeffer, Epsilon Zeta-Arkansas State University, will return for a second year.  

The Leadership Consultant Team is trained to support and challenge our chapters to create a meaningful membership experience as they serve as mobile educators and brand ambassadors. Their role is to connect collegiate chapters with the multitude of available resources, promote the latest initiatives of the Fraternity and educate members on a variety of leadership topics.  

These women were chosen after a comprehensive selection process including a weekend of interviews and meetings with members of International Council and International Headquarters staff. 

"These women are exceptional! Their accomplishments in their own chapters are impressive and the involvement they had on their college campuses is remarkable," said Wendy Bright Faust, Executive Director at Alpha Gamma Delta. "We are fortunate to have them travel on behalf of Alpha Gamma Delta to support our chapters and grow our sisterhood."