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Your knowledge is truly helping to make our world a better place. Alpha Gamma Deltas are inspiring young women to follow their dreams, no matter the boundaries!

Rie Gerah Hoehner International President

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s summer months wrap up and blend into fall, we too transition our focus to our vision and goals for the coming year, expanding our learning and reaching to be our best. Our Alpha Gamma Delta Founders experienced these same seasonal changes and underscored the importance of growth through learning by beginning our Purpose with words that capture that spirit. “To gain understanding that wisdom may be vouchsafed to me,” is such a powerful statement. From Bid Day to Rededication Service and throughout alumnae life, our members strive to remain dedicated to academic success, personal growth and professional achievement. It’s important that our sisterhood gains strength and ambition from that line of our Purpose to succeed academically, as well as personally and professionally. For those dedicated and lucky enough to have achieved their dream jobs, continual learning is just as important. Learning is a lifelong journey and should never have an expiration date! When I first saw the call-out seeking sisters to share their experiences in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) careers, I wasn’t surprised to learn that we received over 400 responses through Alpha Gamma Delta’s social media channels! Sisters working towards degrees in chemistry, aerospace, engineering and computer science were happy to share their stories; from working in the office of the United States Secretary of Defense, to occupations at Mars, Inc. and NASA, our sisters are

impacting our world in so many amazing ways. We are delighted to spotlight several of these sisters in the feature article for this issue of the Quarterly. The dedication and thirst for knowledge required to be successful in a STEM career illustrate how Alpha Gams are living our Purpose throughout their lifetimes. As you refocus this season on your academic, professional or personal growth, remember the wealth of resources you have available to you through your international sisterhood! Alpha Gamma Delta members span the globe in an array of careers and concentrations of study that are invaluable. Seek out inspiration, support and guidance from your fellow sisters to continually grow and gain understanding. Just as our Founders intended, Alpha Gamma Delta sisters continue to inspire women to follow their dreams, to seek out new learning opportunities and to celebrate their knowledge, no matter the boundaries. I challenge each of you to strive for excellence in expanding your knowledge and seeking to understand the world around you. It is my wish that each Alpha Gamma Delta sister has a remarkable journey! Loyally,

Rie Gerah Hoehner International President


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2 Your Voice 3 Fraternity News

Fraternity News Updates

5 Fraternity News Stop Diabetes®

6 FHC Focus

Welcome to the FHC!

7 Fraternity News

Celebrating the Reinstallation of Pi Chapter!

8 Fraternity News

Meet the 2015-2016 Alpha Gam Leadership Consultants

10 Fraternity News Cultivate. Cherish. Perfect.

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Making a Mark: Sisters in STEM

18 Collegiate News

Chapter Happenings

20 Collegiate Profile I am Enough

22 Alumnae Profile Giving Back

24 Alumnae News Alumnae Recaps

25 Sister Spotlight Meet Jayde

26 Foundation

Honor Roll of Donors

alumnae chapter/club so accurate records may be kept. The Quarterly welcomes editorial

46 Pearls of Wisdom

Rediscover Your Passion

submissions from freelance writers. Issues focus on themes, so please contact the Communications Department for guidelines, deadlines and additional information.

47 Chapter Grand 48 A Look Back

A Founder’s Destiny

49 Spot a Squirrel

The Quarterly Magazine Mission The Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly Magazine endeavors to: • Serve as a forum of communication to inspire, educate and challenge members on Fraternity, Greek and women’s issues.

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your voice

YOUR VOICE

WHY DOES ALPHA GAMMA DELTA

MATTER TO YOU? Our chapter matters because we positively impact the lives of our sisters, our campus and our community. #AGDTLC15

Alpha Gamma Delta is important because it has given me the opportunity to cultivate, cherish and perfect friendships with women who inspire me! #AGDTLC15 Max Ellis Alpha Epsilon-Westminster College

Derian Hamblin Theta Tau-Belmont University

@agdxichapter makes me a better woman day in and day out and allows me to surround myself with strong, beautiful role models. #AGDTLC15

Alpha Epsilon Chapter is full of unique women who come together and want to make a difference in the world. #AGDTLC15

Alisha Larrison Xi-Illinois Wesleyan University

Kayla Kormanik Alpha Epsilon-Westminster College

Almost 10 years after I became an Alpha Gam, its Purpose and my sisters still continue to push me to be the best version of me! #AGDTLC15

Alpha Gamma Delta is the place that has never expected me to be anything but myself. This is a place that lets me grow. #AGDTLC15 @OUAlphaGam

Elizabeth Walker Fyke Gamma Zeta-University of Memphis

Jacki Bradshaw Upsilon-University of Oklahoma

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Thank you to all sisters who submitted feedback on the last issue of the Quarterly. Remember, the Quarterly is for YOU! We want to hear what you think about your magazine. Send your comments on this issue of the Quarterly by October 1: SEND AN EMAIL: quarterly@alphagammadelta.org COMMENT ON FACEBOOK: facebook.com/alphagammadelta ENGAGE ON TWITTER: twitter.com/alphagammadelta SHARE ON INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/alphagamihq MAIL: Alpha Gamma Delta International Headquarters Attn: Quarterly Editor 8710 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46260 2

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We all know who runs the world! And by the looks of this post, you do, too. Over 2,100 sisters shared, liked and commented on our post about Earth Day on April 22.

Over 2,000 sisters liked this photo of personalized Alpha Gam Coca-Cola cans. Sure, we will share a Coke with you!


fraternity news updates

Pearl Sisters

Fall 2015 and spring 2016 are going to be exciting and busy times for Alpha Gamma Delta! The Fraternity will be extending on three campuses: Tufts University, Kansas State University and California Polytechnic State University. With all these colonizations, we will need more Pearl Sisters! Haven’t heard of the Pearl Sister program before? Pearl Sisters are alumnae members of the Fraternity who serve as role models and mentors for new members at our colonies. It lasts the eight weeks of the new member period, but can carry over into the first semester of the colony’s establishment. Pearl Sisters communicate with their new members through social media, email, text, phone and mail. It doesn’t matter where a Pearl Sister lives with regard to the colony, so all alumnae are welcome to apply! If you have any questions about the program, please email volunteer@alphagammadelta.org. Or, you can sign up here.

Alumnae Dues

Alpha Gamma Delta is colonizing at…

FALL 2016

Recruitment Recommendation Form Did you meet your best friend through Alpha Gamma Delta? Has your whole life been better because of her friendship? Consider honoring your best sister-friend by paying your 2015-2016 Alumnae Dues! In addition to supporting collegiate chapter development and extension efforts, your $40 payment will help the Fraternity continue to offer the opportunity for countless future Alpha Gams to find a connection like you have with your best sister-friend. Plus, if you are among the first to pay your dues for this fiscal year, you’ll receive not one, but two special silver-plated ΑΓΔ bracelets as a thank you: one for you and one to share with your best sister-friend!* Pay online now! (Or you can mail your payment to 8710 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46260. Just make sure to include your mailing address if you would like to receive your pair of friendship bracelets.)

With recruitment right around the corner, you may be thinking, “How do I complete a Rec?” It’s simple! Here are a few quick instructions to get you started: 1. Go to alphagammadelta.org and click on the “Complete a new Rec!” button from the home page of our website. 2. Click on “Recruitment Recommendation” to download the form. (Or download here.) A list of the most recent recruitment dates can also be found there. 3. Because the form is designed to be an editable PDF, you can fill in the information on your computer and then print, or you can choose to print the form and fill it in by hand. 4. The second page of the Rec is a Supplemental Activities Form; however, if you would rather attach a detailed résumé for the potential new member, you will not need to complete that section. 5. Once finished, the Rec should be submitted to the chapter’s Membership Coordinator by mail. Feel free to attach photos and transcripts if available! To find a list of chapter mailing addresses, go back to alphagammadelta.org and click on “Complete a new Rec!” again. There, you will find a link to the list of addresses. (Or download here.) As a reminder, alumnae and collegiate members in Good Standing may write Recs. You can also find a link to the Recruitment Recommendation form in the Resource Center of myAlphaGam under “General Fraternity Materials.” Happy recommending!

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You asked for it, and it’s finally here!

The Alpha Gam Boutique is now online and ready for you to shop all the latest and greatest Alpha Gam gear. Help us celebrate the launch of the Alpha Gam Boutique and save 10% off your first purchase! Use the code QTAKE10 through August 31.

It’s exclusive. It’s trendy. It’s Alpha Gam!

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ave you checked out our Stop Diabetes® Playbook yet? Its purpose is to help you make the most of Alpha Gamma Delta’s collaboration with the American Diabetes Association®. The main focus of our collaboration is to provide sisters with opportunities for community service related to our international philanthropic focus, diabetes awareness and education. The Stop Diabetes® Playbook can direct you to online resources, help you find a local American Diabetes Association® office and connect you to volunteer opportunities within your community. You have this great resource! Why not use it to find volunteer and community service opportunities near you? Use the Playbook to find events, like Tour de Cure®, American Diabetes Association EXPO® and Step Out® walks. There are several upcoming opportunities for you to get involved in The Step Out®: Walk to Stop Diabetes®. The Walk welcomes over one million walkers each year across the United States. You can volunteer to staff rest stops, cheer on walkers or provide general logistics help for the event. Don’t see your city listed to the right? Visit the Step Out®: Walk to Stop Diabetes® website for more information!

UPCOMING AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION® EVENTS August 23, 2015 Madison, WI September 12, 2015 Johnson, TN Royal Oak, MI Odessa, TX September 19, 2015 Kansas City, MO Omaha, NE Lubbock, TX Memphis, TN Edwardsville, IL Greenville, SC Indianapolis, IN

September 20, 2015 Chicago, IL Columbus, OH September 26, 2015 Pittsburgh, PA Normal, IL Worcester, MA Golden Valley, MN Louisville, KY Des Moines, IA Tacoma, WA, WA September 27, 2015 Akron, OH Jones Beach, NY Franklin Lakes, NJ

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fhc focus

Welcome to the FHC!

The Fraternity Housing Corporation (FHC) is excited to welcome 11 Alpha Gamma Delta chapters into the FHC family this summer. FHC staff members will be busy traveling across the country to complete property renovations and updates before the 2015-2016 school year begins!

KEY NEW TO THE FHC EXISTING FHC PROPERTY

GEORGIA Gamma Tau–University of West Georgia Location: Carrollton, GA Property Type: Chapter House IDAHO Delta Theta–University of Idaho Location: Moscow, ID Property Type: Chapter House ILLINOIS Xi–Illinois Wesleyan University Location: Bloomington, IL Property Type: Chapter House Beta Eta–Southern Illinois University Location: Carbondale, IL Property Type: Chapter House

IOWA Pi–Coe College Location: Cedar Rapids, IA Property Type: Suite Rho–Iowa State University Location: Ames, IA Property Type: Chapter House MICHIGAN Alpha Upsilon–Central Michigan University Location: Mt. Pleasant, MI Property Type: Chapter House MISSOURI Kappa Beta–Missouri Western State University Location: Saint Joseph, MO Property Type: Suite

NORTH CAROLINA Theta Mu–University of North Carolina at Wilmington Location: Wilmington, NC Property Type: Suite Nu Alpha–Appalachian State University Location: Boone, NC Property Type: Suite NORTH DAKOTA Beta Beta–North Dakota State University Location: Fargo, ND Property Type: Chapter House WISCONSIN Beta Epsilon–Carroll University Location: Waukesha, WI Property Type: Suite

The FHC provides safe, competitive and attractive housing and suite options for locally or university owned or managed Alpha Gamma Delta properties. Interested in learning more about what the FHC can offer your chapter? Email housing@alphagammadelta.org to schedule a time to meet with us. You can also visit our website alphagammadelta.org/fraternityhousingcorporation to learn more. 6

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fraternity news

Celebrating the Reinstallation of Pi Chapter! Alpha Gamma Delta is pleased to announce the reinstallation of Pi Chapter at Coe College on Sunday, May 3, 2015.

INITIATING TEAM: Reinstalling Officer: • Melissa Jacobson James, International Vice President–Alumnae Chapters Attending Installation Weekend: • Rho-Iowa State University INSTALLATION BANQUET: Location: Double Tree–Cedar Rapids Convention Complex

ABOUT COE COLLEGE: Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,300 Mascot: Kohawks Mission: Our reason to exist as an institution is to ready students intellectually, professionally and socially to lead productive and satisfying lives in the global society of the 21st century.

Toastmistress: Melissa Jacobson James, International Vice President–Alumnae Special Note: Julie Waitman Cretin, Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation Executive Director, announced that the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation would be giving a $1,000 scholarship to one chapter member in the fall.

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MEET THE 2015-2016

Alpha Gam Leadership Consultants

Alpha Gamma Delta is excited to introduce the 2015-2016 Leadership Consultant team! The Leadership Consultants will spend the next year supporting and challenging our chapters to Live with Purpose.

Leadership Consultants from left to right. Seated: Hayley Baker, Valerie Cashin, Arielle Schrader, Samantha Lapid. Standing: Samantha Singh, Eva Flick, Hensley Barnes, Anne Marie Kirk, Katelyn Pfeffer, Brooke Abel, Sara Rolin, Danielle McMahon, Mandy Whitlow, Victorina Jeffers, Kerry Mallett.

BROOKE ABEL* Delta Rho–Sonoma State University Major: Math and electrical engineering What is a fun fact about yourself? I don’t have any piercings!

HAYLEY BAKER Gamma Zeta–University of Memphis Major: Journalism with a concentration in public relations What is a fun fact about yourself? I been to over 100 concerts!

KATELYN PFEFFER* Epsilon Zeta–Arkansas State University Major: Public relations and marketing What are you looking forward to the most during your time as a Leadership Consultant? I am most excited for another year of being continuously inspired by sisters!

HENSLEY BARNES Theta Tau–Belmont University Major: Biology What is a fun fact about yourself? My first sentence I ever spoke was “Fix me a sandwich.”

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VALERIE CASHIN Gamma Delta–Auburn University Major: Public Relations What are you looking forward to the most during your time as a Leadership Consultant? I am incredibly excited to spend the next year developing relationships that will further the reach of our organization. EVA FLICK Beta Xi–Purdue University Major: Studio arts and technology What are you looking forward to the most during your time as a Leadership Consultant? I’m excited to see how similarly/differently all our sisters Live with Purpose and to build relationships with women whom I never would have been able to meet if it weren’t for being an LC! VICTORINA JEFFERS Delta Iota–California State University, Chico Major: Political science with an option in legal studies What is a fun fact about yourself? I am the fourth Victorina in my family. ANNE MARIE KIRK Epsilon–University of Kentucky Major: Double major in communication and mathematics What are you looking forward to the most during your time as a Leadership Consultant? I am most excited to travel to chapters, encourage and empower women to be strong leaders and teach them to have meaningful friendships on their campus. SAMANTHA LAPID Delta Tau–Chapman University Major: Double major in biological sciences and Spanish What is a fun fact about yourself? I had the opportunity to set up and help run medical clinics in Honduras and Nicaragua to provide quality health initiatives to rural villages that would otherwise have very limited access to healthcare. I’ve never felt more at home than when helping and serving others! KERRY MALLETT Zeta Beta–Lehigh University Major: Double major in journalism and political science What is a fun fact about yourself? My car is older than I am!

DANIELLE MCMAHON Lambda Alpha–St. Joseph's College, Long Island Major: Business administration with concentration in management What are you looking forward to the most during your time as a Leadership Consultant? I’m most excited to develop bonds with sisters from all over the country, while learning how each individual chapter uniquely contributes to Alpha Gamma Delta as a whole. SARA ROLIN Gamma Zeta–University of Memphis Major: Psychology What are you looking forward to the most during your time as a Leadership Consultant? I am most excited about working with diverse groups of women who not only challenge me to broaden my personal perspectives, but also challenge me to never compromise our shared values and Purpose. ARIELLE SCHRADER Theta Tau–Belmont University Major: Public Relations What is a fun fact about yourself? In college, I completed eight public relations internships in New York City and Nashville. SAMANTHA SINGH Delta Xi–Arizona State University Major: Double major in political science and justice studies What are you looking forward to the most during your time as a Leadership Consultant? I am most excited about all the wonderful and inspiring Alpha Gams I will get to meet and helping them impact their chapter and the Fraternity. MANDY WHITLOW Gamma Xi–Murray State University Major: Marketing What is a fun fact about yourself? I have an obsession with spearmint scented Chapstick. I have some in every bag I use and take it everywhere! *Returning to the team as Senior Leadership Consultants. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @ALPHAGAMLCS

ALSO, FOR MORE UPDATES ON THE ROAD FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @ALPHAGAMLCS

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rom Thursday, June 18, to Saturday, June 20, Alpha Gamma Delta hosted The Leadership Conference at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, Indiana. Held biennially in off-Convention years, The Leadership Conference is an opportunity for Chapter Advisors and chapter officers to learn about specific programming offered by the Fraternity. This year’s conference unveiled a new approach for Membership Selection and explored the foundation for both recruiting and retaining the highest quality sisters. This included cherishing our friendships, cultivating relationships with our sisters and potential new members and learning how to perfect and polish our recruitment skills. TLC fun started on Thursday night with the Connection Kick-off Event. Sisters mingled over multiple candy buffets, stepped into photo booths with Alpha Gam props and played life-sized Jenga. They belted out songs at the Alpha Gam Jam Karaoke station, 10 quarterly | summer 2015

made recruitment-themed pennants and wrote I’d like to ask each of you to remember our their chapter’s great theme of ‘Cultivate. Cherish. Perfect.’ Let accomplishments on the these words guide your way in all that you world’s largest brag board. The Connection Kick-off do and the Alpha Gamma Delta sisterhood Event wrapped up with will shine in your heart for a lifetime. a surprise fashion show to celebrate the launch of visitors, like Leadership Consultants, the Alpha Gam Boutique. throughout the year. The second general Attendees were excited to see what was in session went more in-depth about Selectstore for the next few days of TLC! A-Sis, as a panel of collegians and advisors from our pilot chapters shared their On Friday, sisters gathered for breakfast experience using the Membership Selection and attended the first general session, software during Formal Recruitment. The where they learned more about Select-Afun continued with an etiquette dinner, Sis, a web-based program for electronic where Lizzie Post, Emily Post’s great-great voting on any internet-connected device, granddaughter, shared the ins and outs of and our new Membership Selection table setting and traditional table manners process. During the Inspire and Impact lunch, attendees learned how to better their for the modern woman. As the day came to an end, sisters observed a touching relationships with their campus advisors, Preference Ceremony performed by our how to maneuver though the complex 2015-16 Leadership Consultant team. world of “frills” and how to prepare for


TWITTER HASHTAG TO FOLLOW

#AGDTLC15

Real tweets from TLC attendees. @britwynnekirk: "Do your best until you know better and then do better." #AGDTLC15 @taylorcecilia: This new membership selection process is making me way too excited for recruitment! #AGDTLC15 @nielsen_kalee: Our new membership selection process is going to be so beneficial! #AGDTLC15 @Lovelytruffles: So excited about how #AGDTLC15 is going! The women are so amazing. @mariahkaci16: Loved the LC info session!! #goals #AGDTLC15 @JulieKarstetter: I love seeing women grow into leaders #AGDTLC15 @keniho8: Can't believe that #AGDTLC15 is coming to an end. Such a great experience! @Brishinesx: My Alpha Gam Chapter means so much to me because it's filled with beautiful and talented LEADERS! #AGDTLC15 @AlphaGamSJCB Before we knew it, the last day of TLC was upon us. Saturday morning began with an opportunity to connect with sisters over breakfast. The Best in Class contest recipients were then recognized and their best recruitment displays, decorations, attire, songs, chants and media were displayed for all to see and admire. Jessica Gendron Williams, CEO of Phired Up, kicked off the last general session, where she taught members how to recruit through a relationship-oriented approach. International President Rie Gerah Hoehner gave closing remarks and thanks to all for helping make TLC a great event.

@JennniferDzurka: After a busy few days at TLC and connecting with many sisters, I am so proud of the ZE ladies and our accomplishments! #AGDTLC15 @Mariefordpalmer: Jessica Gendron Williams rocks my world! Amazing Panhellenic sister who gets it! #AGDTLC15

INSTAGRAM SNEAK PEEK

“Our Founders would be so proud to see how far we have come. I’d like to ask each of you to remember our theme of ‘Cultivate. Cherish. Perfect.’ Let these words guide your way in all that you do and the Alpha Gamma Delta sisterhood will shine in your heart for a lifetime,” said International President Rie Gerah Hoehner. What a perfect ending to our recruitment-filled conference! The weekend was packed with new friendship, fun and sisterhood. We are excited for chapters to take what they learned from The Leadership Conference and share it with their chapter sisters!

What a wonderful afternoon and dinner we had at #AGDTLC15! As much as we’ll hate to leave, we can’t wait to take everything we’ve learned back to Theta Psi!

Our recruitment team is having a blast at #AGDTLC15

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hese science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) occupational stereotypes are often used in our society today. Think back to when women primarily stayed at home and took care of the house, rather than going to college. Back then, it may have seemed natural for men to outnumber women in STEM career fields, but as time and society have

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So what is STEM, exactly? STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and math. It is a term you hear often when talking about education and curriculum choices in school. Rather than teaching the four different subjects separately, STEM integrates them into a connected learning model based on real-world applications. Software developer, mechanical engineer, computer programmer and architect are all considered STEM careers. With STEM being the fastest growing major in the United States, shooting up by nearly 95 percent1, women still remain underrepresented in the science and engineering workforce, holding less than 25 percent of STEM jobs.2 STEM is quite literally the future, and that is why it is so important. Think about it. Science is all around us. Science is the land, the sea, the nature around us, the food we eat and the animals who are our companions. Technology sparked the creation of the radio, telephone, television and internet. Who knows what is possible for technology in the future? Engineers design our roadways, bridges, buildings and even tackle global warming and energy saving tactics. Think of how many buildings and homes use solar panels for power! We use mathematics every day – we go to the bank, balance our budgets for family expenses, vacations and more! Without math, we couldn’t successfully get through our day. So, you see, STEM is everywhere! We live in a very technological world, and as

advancements are made in the field, it will be imperative that women are present in the industry. Women can bring a unique perspective to research, service and product developments in STEM. We are fundamentally different than our male counterparts, and we bring a variety of unique experiences with our input. Encouraging young women to pursue STEM careers is one way to ensure that our voices are heard as new services and products are developed. Alpha Gamma Delta’s Purpose encourages members, young and old, to reach above and beyond their dreams. But before young women receive a support system in college, more must be done at an earlier age to interest young girls in STEM careers. Luckily there are organizations like Project Lead the Way (PLTW) that can be introduced to young women early in their education. PLTW is a perfect example of an organization that is leading the way in exposing young women to STEM education as early as elementary school. PLTW is a STEM education provider who writes curriculum and teacher professional development programs for more than 6,500 schools around the country. They work with elementary, middle and high schools, colleges and universities to help students develop the skills they need to succeed in the STEM world. “PLTW classrooms could be mistaken for complete chaos,

but in reality, it is organized chaos,” said Jennifer Cahill, PLTW Senior Director of Media and Public Relations. “Our students could be working on a computer with 3-D modeling software to design a house, while another student may be researching the typical size of a desk to put in that house. The experience is engaging and hands on. In PLTW programs, the teachers are facilitators.” PLTW believes it is critical that young women should be engaged in STEM at an early age. There are studies that show students are deciding as early as second and third grade whether they are good at science and math. Getting young women excited about STEM at an early age will help them consider more career options in the future. PLTW wants to inspire young women to think they can pursue any career they want to, regardless of the gender stereotypes.

race, but gender,” Jennifer said. “It’s very critical that we break down the stereotypes and the micro messages that tell young women there are male- dominant professions, and that’s just the way it’s supposed to be. Young women need to understand they can do anything they want to do, they are talented in math and science, and they should go after their dreams.” Even though women aren’t greatly represented in the STEM world, there are plenty of organizations that are committed to promoting women in STEM. Alpha Gamma Delta members are often inspired by these organizations, other sisters and their peers to pursue a STEM degree in college. Having Alpha Gam as a support system helps them succeed and be leaders on campus and role models for other women pursing STEM degrees.

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We received so many responses from our STEM call-out on social media that we were blown away! It is empowering to see so many women who resonate with “to gain understanding that wisdom may be vouchsafed to me.” Alpha Gams are leading the way in STEM majors as well as careers. Let’s meet just a few Alpha Gams women who are breaking down barriers and helping STEM to become a top career choice for future sisters. ASHLEY LAY, EPSILON–UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

Ashley graduated with a degree in chemical engineering and is currently a Ph.D. student in pharmaceutical studies at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO ENTER A STEM MAJOR AND FURTHER YOUR EDUCATION? I’ve always been interested in science. In high school, I was drawn to the health science field, because it impacted so many lives in a positive way. I was fortunate to be accepted into the biopharmaceutical engineering program at the University of Kentucky, and at the same time, I was able to take classes from the College of Pharmacy. I am currently finishing my first year in the pharmaceutical science Ph.D. program at UK College of Pharmacy.

JORDAN GARTH, GAMMA PHI–GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Jordan is a collegiate member, majoring in biomedical engineering with a focus in electrical engineering and industrial design. HOW HAVE YOUR ALPHA GAMMA DELTA SISTERS HELPED YOU THROUGH YOUR COLLEGE CAREER? My sisters have meant the absolute world to me throughout my college career. I couldn't think of a better support system. I look up to these women. Someone is doing something great every day in my chapter, and I feel like my sisters do their best to highlight that in each other.

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Right now, my research is focused on determining the properties of a drug formulation that lead to the highest quality product. I have really enjoyed the course work and research! HOW DID YOU GET INVOLVED IN ORGANIZATIONS LIKE GEMS (GIRLS ENJOYING MATH AND SCIENCE)? HOW HAVE YOU GROWN AND LEARNED FROM THE EXPERIENCE? I got involved with GEMS through a professor helping at a GEMS event. As a girl, I loved going to museums or any activity that allowed me to learn about science. I thought this would be a fun opportunity to impact young girls and teach them about engineering principles. Finding ways to make science fun is rewarding, especially when you get to answer questions from young girls about STEM.

When I joined Alpha Gamma Delta, I was lacking confidence in myself and my abilities. The pressure of being in a maledominated field made me feel like I was in the background. But my sisters saw the potential in me and helped me become the woman, sister and engineer that I am today. WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR FAVORITE STEM EXPERIENCE THROUGH YOUR COLLEGE CAREER? My favorite experience so far has been interning at Under Armour! At Under Armour, I’m currently working on product development and design within connected fitness. My skills as a biomedical engineering student align well with that of connected fitness because it's all about improving athletics by understanding what motion an athlete is performing that either strengthens or weakens their overall performance. Being at Under Armour makes me feel like all my experiences and hard work have really mattered. Between the study sessions, internships, being involved in student organizations, long hours in the lab and trying to find a balance, I found a career path that is so fulfilling. I couldn't ask for anything more; the joy of having your dreams come true is indescribable.


CARRIE RAU, ZETA ZETA NU–ALMA COLLEGE

Carrie just finished a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis and currently works as a forensic scientist with the Indiana State Police. DO YOU EXPERIENCE HARDSHIPS IN YOUR CAREER BECAUSE OF GENDER STEREOTYPES? IF SO, HOW DO YOU PROVE PEOPLE WRONG? In my previous jobs, where women were in the minority, my experiences were very different. For instance, when I worked in lab safety, I was a part of a three person team. We rotated the responsibility of being lead inspector, and even when I was the lead, I found that principal investigators often overlooked me in favor of interacting with one of the men on my team. I worried that I’d made the wrong decision going into a STEM field. The first thing I had to do was realize that it wasn’t ME or my ideas that were the problem. Recognizing the pattern (that all ideas coming from women were dismissed quickly by those particular people) and gaining confidence in myself helped immensely. I had to learn to seek out people when I heard there might be an opportunity to work on a project and put myself on their radar. This is a great thing to do in any field, regardless of gender, but I think as a woman in a STEM field, it is especially important. You want to build your mentor and support network, but you are still your own best advocate.

MARLEA GWINN, GAMMA BETA–FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Marlea currently works as a Senior Integration Consultant at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO ENTER A STEM CAREER? Curiosity. I’m really curious, and I like to solve problems. When I was a sophomore in college, I started working in a psychology lab as a research assistant. We researched people’s relationships, such as what predicts a longer relationship duration and what predicts break-ups. I loved the statistics behind the findings, so my professor recommended me for some graduate courses in statistics. I completed an honor’s thesis and started a Ph.D. program in psychology. After a year, I dropped out of the Ph.D. program after a year, because I realized my passion was more in statistics and solving problems than it was any theoretical field. Imagine telling your parents you’re dropping out of a fully-funded Ph.D. program! A lot of people thought I was crazy—I left a Ph.D. program only to work part-time at Banana Republic to help pay for master’s degree level coursework in statistics and data mining. Despite what anyone thought, I was determined. Even when I started working in retail to help pay for school, I was confident in my decision. Flash forward three years, and I’ve been promoted twice. I love my job and wouldn’t change a thing.

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO WOMEN PURSUING STEM MAJORS AND CAREERS? I wish I could say you’re going to have an easier time than I did 15 or 20 years ago, when I was just starting, but I just don’t think we’re there yet. My best advice is to work on building yourself up. Most people out there aren’t going to pigeonhole you based on gender; use those people. When you need a confidence boost, go to one of your cheerleaders. WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT OUR JOB? There is so much I love about my job. As cliche as it might sound, I love feeling like I’m making a difference. As a scientist in research and development, I struggled with the concept that I could work on a project for years, and ultimately the project could be cancelled without ever resulting in a product. In forensic science, that’s not the case. I’ve sent out reports that immediately removed someone from a list of suspects. I’ve worked on cases that resulted in DNA database hits identifying the previously unknown perpetrator of some pretty serious crimes. Both of those things have made a HUGE difference in someone’s life.

TELL ME MORE ABOUT YOUR JOB. WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE PART? I am an internal consultant, which means I get to work with various lines of business within Disney to create analytical tools or improve existing analytic processes. I work with a lot of numerical data and my main areas of focus thus far have been mostly resorts and merchandise (yes, princess costumes!). My role is essentially a hybrid of technology and science. I do a lot of querying data and creating solutions, but I also work on forecasting and other types of models. My title, “Integration Consultant,” really just represents that I integrate myself with other areas (technology, decision science, business units) to create analytical solutions. I’ve had the opportunity to work with a lot of fun products. I am also surrounded by a lot of really intelligent and fun colleagues, which makes things a lot more enjoyable.

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These pro-STEM organizations are showing young women just how amazing STEM is and what steps they can take to become more engaged in science, technology, engineering and math.

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Women @ NASA is a great resource for young women who may be interested in science and space. The website includes 64 videos and essays from women who greatly contributed to NASA’s mission and success. The website also brings dreams to life—the mentoring program at NASA, Change the World through STEM, connects NASA employees with middle school students through Skype and Google Chat. What an exciting experience!

Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit organization that works to close the gender gap in STEM careers. They work with others to educate and inspire young women to pursue opportunities in computer and technology careers. Girls Who Code also offers an opportunity for young women interested in technology to attend a Summer Immersion Program. There, participants spend seven weeks engrossed in intensive instruction, learning about robotics, web design and mobile development with the industry’s top female entrepreneurs and engineers. In result of this program, young women demonstrated confidence in pursuing computing in the future. They also gained wonderful mentors who will provide support as they continue to flourish in STEM.

Engineer Girl is a bright and interactive website resource that easily breaks down the thought process for a young woman thinking about entering the engineering field. The website introduces engineers, tells their stories and even gives users an option to “Ask an Engineer!” It also provides many fun resources to explain engineering in depth, while keeping the user’s attention. Lastly, it shows viewers how to prepare themselves to worktowards an engineering degree with competitions and contests, clubs and programs, quizzes, polls and even scholarships!

Math Doesn’t Suck teaches girls exactly what you might think, math doesn’t suck! Danica McKellar, best known for her roles on Wonder Years and West Wing, is an advocate for math education and the creator and author of the website and book, “Math Doesn’t Suck.” She graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with a degree in mathematics and a strong passion for showing young women that math can be fun. She has used her career as an actress to show girls that smart is beautiful! These are just a few organizations and resources that are making a difference in changing the way young women view careers in STEM and challenging society’s stereotypes that STEM professions are male-dominated. By making STEM careers more attractive and more common for women, we can open opportunities for Alpha Gams to inspire other women and impact the world.


We had such an overwhelming amount of responses for the STEM call out. Here are just a few of the other amazing things Alpha Gamma Delta sisters are doing!

“Currently, I am studying at the University of Pennsylvania, working towards my veterinary medical doctorate and chasing my dreams of becoming a veterinarian.” Ariel Aguiar Zeta Theta–Lafayette College

“I have an internship as a web developer and I am a STEM student ambassador. I am extremely passionate about women in the technology field!” Cailyn Lewis Alpha–Syracuse University

“I recently graduated with a degree in civil engineering. I am currently interning (for my fourth term) with Alabama Power Company in the engineering department. In addition, I am in the STEM Path to the master’s degree in business administration (MBA) program at UA, earning both my MBA and my master of science degree in civil engineering in just one extra year.” Samantha Walker Psi–University of Alabama

“I’m currently working on my master of science degree in electrical and computer engineering at Johns Hopkins. I also work at Northrop Grumman Corporation, a defense contractor in Maryland, as a concept development engineer on radar and electronic warfare systems.” Stephanie Gordon Zeta Beta–Lehigh University

“I am currently pursuing a master’s of business degree at SUNY Buffalo and I work for Rich Products as a food technologist, where I invent new flavors of cheesecake and ice cream cake!” Eilish Mitchell Alpha–Syracuse University

“I am the Worcester Polytechnic Institute corporate recruiting leader for General Electric (GE), where I manage all GE recruiting efforts at WPI. I recently presented as part of a panel on STEM and Diversity Recruiting Best Practices at the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Annual Conference.” Krystal Parker Zeta Zeta–Worcester Polytechnic Institute 17


collegiate news

Chapter Happenings

Delta Epsilon-University of California, Los Angeles Delta Epsilon Chapter had a great time at the Dad’s Day football game at the Rose Bowl.

Gamma Alpha-University of Georgia Gamma Alpha Chapter sisters stop to pose for a photo after an event.

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Delta Eta-San Diego State University Delta Eta Chapter sisters celebrated graduation together with a fun photo shoot!


Gamma Sigma-Troy University Our wonderful sisters showing some Alpha Gam love during a photo shoot after a sisterhood event.

Alpha Lambda-The Ohio State University Sisters pose for a picture after playing games and getting to know the newest members of Alpha Gam.

Gamma Phi-Georgia Institute of Technology Sisters celebrate with their family line after Initiation.

Reminder: The Collegiate Chapter Quarterly Report Form has been updated and is available in the Resource Center of myAlphaGam under Operation Team Forms. All chapters will now submit photos twice a year, each year. The deadlines are March 15 and September 15. All you have to do is upload up to three high resolution photos and provide a caption for each photo you submit! 19


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I Am Enough

A COLLEGIAN’S CALL TO ACTION f self-confidence is a key ingredient to success, it may be one of the hardest to maintain. Keeping composure while waiting for a call back or staying positive while searching for a job are unsettling realities that can leave us feeling vulnerable, inadequate and immobile. It is easy to shy away from these uncomfortable situations, but Sara Eckhard, Alpha-Syracuse University, and the women in her chapter are embracing them—and helping others do the same.

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Sara, who will begin her senior year this fall, started the “I Am Enough” movement in an effort to promote female selfempowerment and self-acceptance. What began as an inspirational phrase scribbled on a poster board is now part of a campaign catching on at colleges and universities across the nation. She hopes her simple concept will inspire women around the world to reject unrealistic expectations of beauty or success and realize their worth.


“We can be our own worst critics,” Sara said. “Our entire lives, we are going to have outside messages telling us that we aren’t good enough. Why should we be hating on ourselves? We need to stand up and be our own best friend.” Sara was compelled to lead a call-to-action after watching a TED Talk by author and social researcher, Brene Brown. She was struck by something Brown said during the talk: “I am imperfect, and I am enough.” “This was the first time that I realized my idea of ‘bettering myself’ and trying to ‘achieve my full potential’ is actually a breeding ground for low self-esteem and not feeling adequate,” Sara said. “The ‘I Am Enough’ slogan helps us make peace with our imperfections.” Sara turned to her sisters for help getting started. She asked them to snap a photo with the slogan written on their hands, arms or poster board. These photos became the basis for the “I Am Enough” movement. The concept gained further momentum with an on-campus campaign during “Empowered Greek Women Week,” held last February. Alpha Chapter sisters invited the student body to create their own sign adorned with messages of self-love and self-empowerment, which were then posted to the “I Am Enough - Syracuse University” Facebook page. The concept caught quickly. By the week’s end, nearly 800 people—male and female—had joined the social media effort,

This was the first time that I realized my idea of ‘bettering myself’ and trying to ‘achieve my full potential’ is actually a breeding ground for low self-esteem and not feeling adequate. and it didn’t stop there. A month later, Wayne University in Detroit, Michigan, held its own self-empowerment week inspired by Sara’s effort. Other Greek chapters and organizations across the country are following suit. Sara, overwhelmed by the enthusiastic response, looks forward to keeping the momentum going. She and her chapter sisters are working on a second self-empowerment event this fall, and Sara is teaming up with Planned Parenthood and other local organizations to help expand the program to other college campuses and beyond. She is also working to create stickers and other materials to help give the “I Am Enough” movement permanence beyond a week-long event. “I expected the support of my sisters in the Alpha Chapter, but getting support from Alpha Gams across the country is unreal,” she said. “It’s great to feel like I’m making an impact on others.” Want to get involved, too? Check out the “I Am Enough - Syracuse University” Facebook page!

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Giving Back

ou would think traveling to another country wouldn’t be so difficult for an independent woman from Oklahoma. However, nothing is ever as easy as it seems,” said Karla Taylor Brooks, Epsilon Xi-East Central University, reflecting back on her recent volunteer mission to the Ivory

Coast in West Africa with the 1040 Initiative. Karla, fearful and hesitant to travel to a part of the world where English and American culture are unknown, now looks back on overcoming her fears with a sense of pride.

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The 1040 Initiative (1040i) is “redefining what is possible for the African people who live in a world that seems impossible.” Its mission is to provide education, healthcare and clean water to the communities of African people living in the Ivory Coast.

As a non-profit, 1040i relies not only on donations, but on people like Karla who are willing to donate their time to help make 1040i initiatives a reality. Karla has since returned from her volunteer mission, but she still continues to work with 1040i. In the past, she has worked with her family to collect soccer balls and books for the children, provided water filters and helped to build personal emergency transport carts for those patients on the compound who are unable to walk. When Karla learned that UpsilonUniversity of Oklahoma’s chapter house was undergoing renovations after a fire, she asked if the Fraternity Housing Corporation (FHC) would be willing to donate any non-damaged furniture to 1040i. The FHC was excited to donate the beds, dressers and desks, so Karla and her family transported the furniture to the orphanages and schools in West Africa. “I visited the orphanage this past February, and I was able to see the joy on the children’s faces when they were shown their own beds. Most of these children have never had a bed, they have always just slept on the dirt floor, “she said.

“My true milestone was being able to conquer my fear of traveling to another part of the world where English and American culture are unknown,” she said. “When my husband started going, the country was in civil war, and the volunteers had to be escorted by the United Nations to get to the remote villages where they serve. My children went as a new government was voted into office. This past year, we thought we may not make the trip due to the Ebola scare.”

I visited the orphanage this past February, and I was able to see the joy on the children’s faces when they were shown their own beds. Most of these children have never had a bed, they have always just slept on the dirt floor.

Karla first became involved with 1040i after both her husband and two children spent time volunteering with the group. For the past 10 years, her husband has been traveling with 1040i as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Her children joined their father on his volunteer trips to the Ivory Coast during their senior year in high school. Between her growing passion for the project and the support of her family, Karla felt inspired to face her fears, so she began traveling with 1040i to volunteer firsthand.

Despite her fears and hesitation, Karla made her first trip to West Africa in February 2015. During her time abroad, she spent her days working with the children in the compound. Her mornings were occupied with volunteering in a school. Her afternoons were filled with a variety of different tasks, including aiding patients post-surgery, organizing supply rooms, cooking for fellow volunteers and visiting nearby villages. Currently, Karla is working on 1040i’s Back to School Initiative. With the help of the Norman Alumnae Chapter in Oklahoma, she is working to fill 10,000 backpacks with the necessary school supplies for those children in Ivory Coast.

“These backpacks are helping children gain an education,” Karla said. “Providing simple school supplies to the children is a very big deal; the education they receive has the ability to drastically improve the future lives of the children and their families. They have never had access to these resources, so the paper, pencils and backpacks are treasured by them.” If you are interested in helping with the Back to School Initiative, you can learn more at 1040i.org.

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alumnae news

Alumnae Recaps Tampa Bay Alumnae Chapter The Tampa Bay Area Alumnae Chapter met in May to install the officers who will be serving for the 2015-2016 biennium. -Kirsten Gilbert Krenicky

Atlanta Alumnae Chapter Sisters from the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter participated in the Diabetes Association of Atlanta’s 19th Annual Downtown Dash for Diabetes 5K Run/Walk to raise money for diabetes education and support. -Jennifer Monk San Francisco Bay Alumnae Chapter

San Francisco Bay Alumnae Chapter

Atlanta Alumnae Chapter

The San Francisco Bay Area Alumnae Chapter started out 2015 with lots of fun, sun and sisterhood. In February, we ventured over the Golden Gate Bridge to beautiful Sonoma Valley, for a wine tasting tour at three local wineries. The weather was amazing, so we able to enjoy a lovely, sunny, alfresco picnic at Sebastiani Vineyards. In April, we attended a fabulous International Reunion Day at the newly-built Sonoma State Student Center with 250 of our northern California sisters coming from as far as Silicon Valley and Chico. We loved spending time with the wonderful women of Delta Pi–San Francisco State University; we cheered them on during their annual Lip Sync philanthropy event, joined them at Initiation to welcome our newest sisters and visited with them at the annual Senior Tea and Rededication Service. Our busy spring wrapped up with an Alumnae Meet and Greet to welcome newly graduated sisters and chat with alumnae interested in officer and advisor roles for the upcoming year. We look forward to more events this fall! -Jessica Overbeck

Winnipeg Junior Circle

Tampa Bay Alumnae Chapter

Alumnae chapter/club recaps for the Fall 2015 Quarterly are due October 1. Fill out the form online, or email your report to quarterly@alphagammadelta.org.

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The Winnipeg Junior Circle has had an eventful year! We hosted an Ugly Christmas Sweater party for Beta Gamma-University of Manitoba and gathered supplies and presents to donate to the Shoebox Project for women in local shelters. We planned and hosted International Reunion Day at a local museum in April, and spent time outdoors picking up litter for Take Pride Winnipeg in the spring. We have also hosted dinners and brunches for Junior Circle members throughout the year. It has been wonderful to see our Junior Circle grow! -Jessica Storoschuk


sister spotlight

Meet Jayde

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ayde Sheeley, Zeta-Ohio University, boldly defies all stereotypes. Destroying preconceived notions of sorority women—and, more generally, all women. Jayde is a mixed martial arts fighter. HOW DID YOU GET INVOLVED IN MIXED MARTIAL ARTS? I was introduced to mixed martial arts (MMA) by my father, who is an instructor and currently trains Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters around the world. I began practicing MMA at the age of seven and took part in exhibition fights as a teenager. When I turned 18, I was eligible to participate in cage fights and began looking for my first event. This turned out to be easier said than done: MMA is primarily a male-dominated sport and finding opportunities for amateur female fighters can be frustratingly difficult. ONCE YOU FOUND AN OPPORTUNITY, WHAT HAPPENED? I participated in my first fight in November 2013. I won! I also won my second fight in January 2014. On the tail of those victories, I planned to enter another fight in the summer of 2014. Unfortunately, my plans changed that May when I broke my hand during practice. The hand injury not only interfered with my training schedule, but it also prevented me from continuing with the Ohio University Army ROTC program. This was particularly devastating to me, because I had hoped to attend Army Officer Candidate School in the future. I really credit my good support system, including my Alpha Gam sisters, with helping me through that difficult time. HOW DO YOU BALANCE DAY-TO-DAY LIFE? Being an MMA fighter is a demanding gig. I have to log hours of training while balancing schoolwork, ROTC responsibilities, a new job and Alpha Gamma Delta. Additionally, being in top physical form for fights requires a strict diet. My sisters hide junk food to help keep me on track! WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD? I have recovered from my hand injury and fought for the first time post-injury in January 2015, but I plan to hold off on any further fights until after graduation. My goal is to become a professional MMA fighter and make that my full-time career!

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$1,904 Jewel $1,904 - $2,499

Kay Taylor Donahue • Josephine Lowe Freede { Rene Boehm Martin p $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Elizabeth Sunbarger Yager | $500 Jewel $500 - $999

Carolyn Richardson Cobb Γ Amber Hicks { Mary Bumgarner Joseph Sandy Kinney p Andrea DiCastro McGough { Cara Manzelmann Schad { Yancey Tighe Seitz { $100 - $249 Oteka Little Ball Betsy Miller Beatty Nancy Shelton Clegern { Allegra Phillips Derryberry Alice Stinson Dixon Audrey Dean Grant Kaitlin Hawkins Debra Frederickson Klinghoffer { Paulette Akers Lippard Marsha Dalton Pedersen Jean Stayton Betty Edgington White { Beverly Drilling Zirkle

Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

s Diamond Circle

• Pearl Circle

$1 - $99 Deedee Smith Evans p Deatra Lewis Falkenrath { Lori Fuller Paula Hughes Goree Leslie Gardner Harden Jill Jester Patricia Jones Paola Schechter Klein Virginia Hoffman Lowrey { Nicolette Radloff Murphy { Dianne Peterson Ogle Hope Cockran Olsen Janie Koiro Peterson Susan Richardson Scott Jane Worley Shaw Mallory Gladstein Spence Peggy Hollis Tanzer Phyllis Gentry Van Aken Patricia Chapman Weaver { Phi Oregon State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Mary Brenneis | $250 - $499 Kathleen Meyer | Nancy Rorden { Pamela Kennedy Vandeneynde { $100 - $249 Joan Allmaras { Bonnie Will Anderson Patricia Buchanan Burnet { Diane Douglas Kutter { Opal Muir { Mary Scarpino { $1 - $99 Patricia Mulligan Baker Felizitas Endter Bone Mary Wade Chalfan Twila Adair Eakin Joy Wallace Gallagher Sally Ferguson Hecker Margaret Buckley Lewison Evelyn Fieber Madsen Jean Fulton McDowell { Veronica McShane Mullins Peggy Dobbins Phillips Shirley Barcus Reimann Janet Meyers Terpstra Lillian Holechek Tiernan Lois Eberhardt Wilson

$250,000 $100,000


Foundation Chi Michigan State University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Laurel Malarik Gainor { Marcella Gast Schalon Γ $500 Jewel $500 - $999

Susan K. Schalon Γ $100 - $249 Beverly Windell Card Elizabeth Lonergan Cavanaugh Leah M. Christensen Karen Lytle Drake { Sherri Fresorger { Donna McMahon Hekhuis { Jane Leonard Hilson Margery McCall Juk { Sherrill Ankli Larson Nancy Mooney Pollard { Marie Siragusa Janis Zorman Watkins $1 - $99 Miriam Walker Berninger Janet Littell Caltrider Margaret Middlemiss Cully { Barbara Foster Gentile { Jean Sandberg Kirby Kirsten Scott Lopez Stephanie Mason Margolit Sheree Meyer Natalie Sunday Payne Amy Rice Shifflett Psi University of Alabama $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Virginia McPhearson { Ruth Brewton Talley { Elizabeth Young { $250 - $499 April Pierce Carlock Alice Walker Keene { $100 - $249 Teresa Martin Dauphin Elizabeth Blondheim Hughes Amy Nichols McCain { Neita Hornbeck Mulherin { Marjorie Childers Overmyer { Suzanne Solomon Owen Sandra Prater Smith

$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Linda Rang Krempa | Margery Barden Reason | Ellen Mendelsohn Reese | Elizabeth Goering Serrage |

$1 - $99 Sarah Shugart Akins Sharon Moore Bettius Hannah Holcomb Davis Jean Campbell McCall Jacqueline Williams Mills Laura Hamilton Pirkle Julie Yoe Stenger Anne Emerson Williams Janice Windham

$100 - $249 Alice Wittenberg Hartman { Louise Leifer Solpietro { Diane Mueller Wanger { Joan Bates Wraight {

Omega University of Akron $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Vicky Hubler Ferron { Phyllis Watkins Knepper Debbie Douglass Roth |

$100 - $249 Gail Vassalotti Bertsch { Sandra Nelson Frase Mary Lou Daugherty Gault { Jennifer Turk Neveadomi Carole Vandersall Peterson { Colleen Tierney Kristy Wisner Tokarczyk $1 - $99 Gina Fortunato Begue Jean Sandy Bernert Vicki Lex Booth Jill Buss Elizabeth Fitzwater Cooper Judith Nicholson Douglass Marlene Poje Dunford Ursulla Jefferson Barbara Berry Jones Aimee Maczko Mary Koury Mann Marjorie Jones Mather Erin Lottman Shirley Cappy Petersen { Tiffany Baltes Wagar Diane Dunford Walter { Joan Neller Wolfe Alpha Alpha University at Buffalo, The State University of NY $2,500 Jewel $2,500 - $4,999 Diane Walker Walbesser Γ

Δ Delta Circle

$50,000

Γ Gamma Circle

$25,000

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$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Kimberly Higgs Feige Carol Richards Peske | Jean Luxan Ulrich |

$1 - $99 Sharon Snyder Bloodgood Michele Dale Cannaert Linda Bendlin Crawford Joyce Kirlanoff Hagen Machelle Behm Hammond Jo Randolph Hatch p Julie Perkins Hill Barbara Sommer Jansen Janet McCall Jensen Marion Pearson Knapp { Janet Gilger Kochanny Shirley Ind Koenen Cathie Caruso LaBeau Elaine Andrews Lamb { Elizabeth Huette Martin { Susan Hall McCannell { Sally Kruska McWhirter Diane Heidelmeyer Meyer Kriste Fedon Mossman Constance Kay Olson H. Decook Ruhala Tami Zurek Schumacher Edith Sanders Schweikle Barbara Purdy Snow Shirley Lam Steiner Judie Neal Stewart Dawnielle Gallo Streng Sally Cornelius Suberati Shelley Winters

$250 - $499 Anne Giviskos { Margaret Lamb { Debra Fick Wendler {

Alpha Gamma University of Cincinnati $2,500 Jewel $2,500 - $4,999

$1 - $99 Patricia Larson Fincher Mary Noon Kellner { Linda Holt Rekate Marcia Richmond June Ulrich Stillwell Jane Noller Turner {

$250 - $499 Jan Clark Dolan {

Susan Muscarella { Joyce DeWitt Pippel { Mary Einfeldt Pollock Carrie Gilmore Richardson Ruth Schleh Webster { Mary Wolter Welz { Marallyn Mac Ritchie Wight {

Alpha Beta University of Michigan $25,000 Jewel $25,000 and up Peggy Kuebler Field Δ $5,000 Jewel $5,000 - $9,999

Charlotte Bryant Miller Γ $2,500 Jewel $2,500 - $4,999 Marcie Ball Γ

$100 - $249 Wilma Martin Auch { Nora Horsey Bahr Laurel Krause Berhent Karen Agard Brill { Susan Himes Burger Christina Hodovanu Margaret Nixon Holton Suzanne Harper Kaperzinski { Pamela Maker { Gail Mejeur { Louise Minore { Marian Trapp Molander p

Alpha Circle

$10,000

| Double Rose Circle $5,000

Elaine Barrick Bess Γ $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Barbara Ebel |

$100 - $249 Meredith Minturn Haner Geraldine Cobern Peterman { $1 - $99 Carolyn Clark Bruckmann Jane Graf Robison { Joyce Roy Janet Baston Wilmink Erika Lenhardt Windholtz

{ Buff Rose Circle $1,000

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Alpha Delta Ohio Wesleyan University $2,500 Jewel $2,500 - $4,999 Virginia Wantz Rennie p $100 - $249 Ruth Smith Brahs { Eleanor Moore Brown { Michaelle Keller Fleisher Jean Carl Johnson p Evelyn Colbeth Plunkett { $1 - $99 Jane Brandon Binns Ruth Carson Carnicom Betty Merrell Madden Ellen Pagliaro Maust Sally Coleman Stebbins Ann Koenigseker Wieczorowski June Mandel Winold * Alpha Epsilon Westminster College $100 - $249 Valjean Gestner Armor Susan Mead Baker { Susanne Angehr Burns { $1 - $99 Joyce Vervoort Campbell Louise Imler Danzer Rhoda Allen Depriter Anne Poland DiDesiderio Susan Hough Donovan Virginia Henthorne Graham I. Lee Rapp Grip Margaret Baird Hazen Lorraine Deane L'Huillier Erica LaMantia Betsy Bigler Lambert { Margaret Williams Migliore Gwen Noble Odney Diane Meriam Vance Barbara Tonti Weir Barbara Byrd Whitehead Alpha Zeta McGill University $1 - $99 Gretchen Voorhis Fleming Linda Hutton Grace { Alpha Eta Dalhousie University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Sheilagh Beal Stewart {

$1 - $99 Jillian Arany Jean Collins Dexter { Heather McSwain Slemon

Alpha Kappa Bowling Green State University $250 - $499 Amy Vojta {

Alpha Theta Hunter College $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Eileen Dorgan Herbermann

$100 - $249 Margaret Williams Giunco Kara Komarek Klink Sarah Quick Pappalardo Tricia Patton Barbara Babcock Walsh {

$100 - $249 Jacqueline Knotek Albert Doris Keeley Formicola { Ann Krikorian Rosalie Sarrica Nahas $1 - $99 Dorothy MacMoran Eleanor Heinzel Rice Norma Schmid { Antoinette Pagano Schroder Alpha Iota Baldwin Wallace University $100 - $249 Norma Dolezal { Deborah Strebel Pierce { Jo Ann Repass Proffitt Karen Richardson Dillon $1 - $99 Margaret Lorimer Beachy Michelle Rafal Burdette Deborah Chapman Pamela Cook Melissa Roeger Dietz Lillian Martini Florentine Ann Bohnenstengel Hofelzer Valerie Kropp Claudia Austin Larsen Louann Rezabek Lawson Mary Snyder Lewis Ann Devereaux Lusk Marilyn Harvey Marvel Angelina Mijailovic Joanne Rall Millard Jean McClintock Morse Louise Schifferli Musser Catherine Clausi Palfrey Susan Phillips Renee Zapis Seybert Katherine Slaby Baillie Smith Jean Sperow { Arden Stewart Sandra Shay Stura Cynthia Davis Wibberley Rose Tomolo Withem

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$1 - $99 Carol Krohn Albright Martha Watt BaldoniBarbara Humbel Finley Pamela Doerrer Gaskill Edith Stapleton Giglio Janet Henderson Henke Ruth Gerken Hill Carolyn Becks Meyers-Hughes Melissa Fett Morton Pamela Gittinger Urbank Nancy Rutkowski Vondrak Alpha Lambda The Ohio State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Christa Burton { Jayna Kenney Koler { $250 - $499 Sheila Damren { $100 - $249 Teresa Davis Bodey { Marcia Hahn Brown { Judith Barickman Caywood Kimberly Jirsa { Kina Kerst { Janet Ricket Loos Michele Krieglstein McDonel Helga Doppleb Sauter Margaret Harsh Scherer { $1 - $99 Vana Eancheff Denise Roesch Beres Karen Gullett Collett Elizabeth Neal Daniels { Barbara Short Drake Cynthia Piloseno English Judy Lombardi Fitzpatrick Joan Ford Iverson Kimberly Rotzell Juliane Schultz Diana Hendryckx Sexton Lori John Smith Marilyn Monroe Snoddy

Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

s Diamond Circle

• Pearl Circle

Barbara Bessey Weiss { Elizabeth Rost Whitworth Deborah Rowe Wilkin Alpha Mu Pennsylvania State University $100 - $249 Taunee Snyder Besson { Carol Carrochi { Barbara Hehn Pregmon Erica Snell Ring $1 - $99 Barbara Ranck Ashenfelter { Alice Fox Brubaker Sally Kotchin Donner Jonnylee Rodgers Gore Joan Hamilton Patricia Iannetti Terryjean Behney Jenkins { Linda Lentz Maier Winifred Walters Myers Jennifer Hart Noonan Sharon Lentz Ricci { Maribeth Wilt Seibert Joanne Stemler Shaughnessy Aimee Raymond Siegler Dagmar Tichy Stein Alpha Nu Kent State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Ann Owen Marrison { $100 - $249 Judith Poole Culler { Gae Caldren Kesselring { Dorothy Jones Lillick-Hall $1 - $99 Harriet Posgay Bender Grace Abhau Bush { Treva Ewing Croskey { Beverly McGirr Esch Patricia Newdome Matyas Patricia Magee-Nemetz Sandra Levine Rodebaugh Ellen Werbeach Rothwell Barbara Mospens Turner Deborah Landy Van Batenburg Patricia Rausch Woodling Alpha Xi University of Maryland - College Park $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Anne Loring Eiler |

$250,000 $100,000


Foundation $100 - $249 Barbara Webster Carey Elaine Folk Marshall Kathleen Eccard Mellott { Susan Curtis Warren { $1 - $99 Eleanor Barney Abarno { June Weiner Auerbach { Diane Wynn Boulavsky { M. Deane Kempfer Hill { Wanda Mehring Mann | Ann Sargent Reiter Joan Johnston Schrager Jean Osman Schwartz Alpha Omicron West Virginia Wesleyan College $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Havaleh Havelka $100 - $249 Betty Hogsett Summers { $1 - $99 Lillian Alfred Kay Rider Brown Carolyn Sillaman Bruce Zoann Spencer Callahan Nancy Titchenal Cheshire Nancy Williams Coonts Bonnie Metz Farrar Kathryn Hammond Foster Beth Gregg Summer Harrison Linda Roberts Hickman Georgia Hughes-Webb Darlene Serack Ielapi Sandi Hall Kemper Kathleen McDowell Loewen Wilma Johnson Lufburrow Ardith Hollis Roddy { Charity-Anne Metz Schuller Michelle Mayhew Shears Gabrielle Tokach Carol Mosher Treible { Barbara Courtney Woodford Alpha Pi Wayne State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Karen Lau Collier { $100 - $249 Elizabeth Kaschalk Minbiole Leslie Russell Westbury {

$1 - $99 Barbara Maronek Ekstrom Beatrice Faryno Carol Falk Fenzan Chelsea Kosmala Field Janice Crawford Malace { Therese Marz { Rosalind Bondy Mischley Loretta Leech Ruby Pamela Maciolek Tenney Alpha Rho Temple University $1 - $99 Clare Schwab Flocco Caroleen Faust Kendall Marie Bernice Hogg Koals Janice Purches Woodham Alpha Sigma Indiana University of Pennsylvania $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Kristin Dendtler Thomas | $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Jane Ramsey Logan Suzanne McGee Petr |

Alpha Tau Edinboro University $250 - $499 Patricia Eckard Magdik { $1 - $99 Kristen Overholt Forrest Linda Burchard Hanson { Wendy McLallen Rogers Alpha Upsilon Central Michigan University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Nancy Thorman Pittman p

Δ Delta Circle

$50,000

Γ Gamma Circle

$25,000

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$1 - $99 Norma Hansen Andersen Louise Heinzman Bissell Joanne Decker Clever Barbara Booth Cluley Christina Kyker Dunn Wanda Stickler Ferguson { Katherine Blatnik Holloway Connie Dunham Mutton Jacqueline Hulbert Post Gina Stein Ranger Mary Tanner Sanderson Alpha Phi Marietta College $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Martha Warner Bakkila-Pirkey Dorothy Swanson p

$100 - $249 Patricia Hare Florence Deborah Jones Frison Marsha Edwards Goodwin Sarah McBride Lynn Larson Neumeister Laura Roof

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$100 - $249 Dianne Vanness Hart Dorothy Montgomery Renshaw { $1 - $99 Diane Maher Burgess Margaret Brown Ewing Gretchen Golze Montgomery { Elizabeth Stilphen Yancey

$1 - $99 Jean Charles Brady Linda Jo Hall Davis Lee Martin Koch Phyllis Jacobs Sheehy Janelle Ulrich-Urban Carol Kunz Williams

$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Emily Smothers Dizik Martha Vorech Frank { Michele Schallip {

Beta Alpha Nebraska Wesleyan University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Kristin Maricle Fulkerson |

$100 - $249 Alyse Johnson Jillian Thomas Scalvini Molly Duggan Weir

Alpha Chi Thiel College $100 - $249 Janice Evans Parker { Paulette Rote Phillips { $1 - $99 Sharon Emmett Brink Lisa Mary Dallasen Patricia Speakman Conville Susan Overholt Giles Denise Stetler Kocott Connie McCleary Ostrove { Alpha Psi Ferris State University $1 - $99 Ann Heafey Blalock Alpha Omega Duquesne University $1 - $99 Michele Madore Boillotat { Carol Yebernetsky Carfang Janet Kokinda McGee { Sandra Haas Pfeuffer Amber Salley

Alpha Circle

$10,000

| Double Rose Circle $5,000

$1 - $99 Wendy Shanholtz Andersen Jeanette Krause Ekberg Nancy Harms Micole Harms-Brazell Barbara Garrett Heneise Sherrill Waldo Jones Krista Kansier Linda Kelly Kathryn Pearse Lafayette Brenda Humphrey Meisels Carol Wollenburg Meyer Jane Odgers Michele Mihane Parks Shirley Landon Retzlaff Joyce Spencer Richards-Dye { Carol Stewart Richart Judith Myers Scott Jolene Rethmeier Smith Ruth Olmstead Thompson Frances Luginbill Warner { Aileen Lowson Williams Julianne Aronson Wisecup Beta Beta North Dakota State University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Julie Waitman Cretin p Kara Schwartz Johnson { Jill Jorgensen Shipley | $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Abby Barber Burgum { Michelle Jones Daly | $250 - $499 Stephanie Martin Maier { Kari Vreeman Skordahl $100 - $249 Lois Daggett Gernbacher { Cari Johnson Herness Karen Nordstrom Susan Losness Reinke Walch Janice Ness Schlaht

{ Buff Rose Circle $1,000

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$1 - $99 Sandra Groom Dickenson Roberta Drake-Wurster Stacy Keller DuToit Linda Hohncke Ewertz Julianne Miller Hawkins Krista Lang Herner Kathleen Barta Karstensson Suzanne Miller Lahlum { Debra Boisjolie Macias Annette Siversen Beta Delta Indiana University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Katie Reed Judy Harding Zell { $250 - $499 Estacia Medlen Brandenburg { Colleen Grady Ness $100 - $249 Jacquelyn Sandy Cramer p Chris Fedor { Judith Van Sickle Harris Kathleen Rais MacMurray Erin McCauley Katherine Wayman Mehner { Sue Schenkel Meyer Mary Kimes Mooy { Rochelle Hull Noble { Jennie Peterson Ruth Edry Salek { MarySue Palmer Shulin Annette Placke Smith { Laurel Vaughn { $1 - $99 Patricia Fisher Allen Kristen Barry Barbara Wahl Bastin Deborah Stanley Bennett { Karen Lentes Byrd Charlotte Sutheimer Cochran Rosemary Gobbla Conley Ann Goysich Dant Debbie Oldfield Fiorini Cydney Finkel Fox Jean Larum Frisoni { Gloria Mueller Gaster Jane Stouder Hawley { Janet Janson Kardatzke { Mari Keller Monique Kenney Ann Rennemann Liberman LuAnn Witt Mason

Lillian Felker McDonald Paula Rushworth { Donna Burd Schad Brittany A. Steer { Danita Smigiel Stone Dyann Miles Wesp { Marty Wright Ann Seddelmeyer Ziegel { Beta Epsilon Carroll University $2,500 Jewel $2,500 - $4,999 Sandra Naidu Berner { $100 - $249 Josephine Ford Brebner Susan Ellison { $1 - $99 Diane Huelsbeck Adams Deborah Raimann Brownlow Ann Gerdes Jazgar Amy Kant Cynthia Manske Schaefer Kathryn Park Stephen Ashley Merritt Szmanda Beta Zeta Parsons College $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Sara Wagoner Young

Beta Eta Southern Illinois University at Carbondale $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Sarah Schweizer Eby { $250 - $499 Allyn Dobson Van Vechten $100 - $249 Marian Lee Cripe Allan { $1 - $99 Kathy Kelley Booziotis Nancy Buffum Carr Roberta Puntney Floyd Jo Frances Kirby Flynn Jennifer Kitchen Amanda Stumpf Klein Michele Barry Luce Julie Sowman Roland Jenny Price Sarault Julie Kelly Sharp

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Beta Theta University of WisconsinWhitewater $500 Jewel $500 - $999

Beta Mu Minnesota State UniversityMankato $100 - $249 Kathryn Nelson |

Diane Raffel Collins

$1 - $99 Carol Harrer Vickery

$250 - $499 Denise Kolmos Cassin { $100 - $249 Holle Chopp Kelley { Patricia Tomaszewski { $1 - $99 Sandra Adelman Luanne Franz Fahl Jean Kopp { Beta Iota Eastern Illinois University $1,904 Jewel $1,904 - $2,499 Patricia Tulley Riddiford Γ $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Linda Whelan O'Connor{ Tammy Wolf Riddiford { $100 - $249 Judith Bloomquist Duncan { Cynthia Muenchau Ingold Margaret Schloderback Mathias Teri Outlaw Reimel Nancy Tyrolt Megan Targonski Weber $1 - $99 Judith Langley Elliott Carole Mateer Gaston Susan Kiefer Griffin Elizabeth Hansen Sharon Mikulski Johnson Mary Lysaker Betty Holman Rieder Charlotte Sij Walther Cynthia Kopp Wright Lynda Haupt Zuege Beta Kappa University of Iowa $100 - $249 Lynn Kay Fillenwarth { Susan Fransen Thrams { $1 - $99 Cynthia Carter Judy Burrell Knudtson

Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

s Diamond Circle

• Pearl Circle

Beta Nu University of Northern Iowa $100 - $249 Candace Johnson Manger $1 - $99 Barbara Steen Burgess Debra Howard Daniels Lisa O'Connell Huisinga Beta Xi Purdue University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Marcelyn Modesitt Hagan | Marianne Polom Seidenstricker | $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Ann Zehner Angle | Penny Yocum Edmondson | Cinda Zehner O'Connor | Katherine Spindler | $250 - $499 Claudia Gerard Helene Martucci Lamarre | Doreen Fajfer Mitchell Kathleen Palla { Laura Saran $100 - $249 Jennifer Andert Barbara Baerwald Bowman { Catherine Kocian Burwell Nicola Chalik Jennifer Cooper Goichman { Karen Frye Knotts Susan Young Kraabel { Cynthia Ortman Meyer { Jeanne Kuhn Michaels Sharon Davis Ninno Debra Shields Suzanne Lacki Weirick Andrea Goral Wenger $1 - $99 Karen Quick Alender Jane McLaughlin Anderson Janet Coapstick Bechman { Joyce Friend Booher Christine Pohlmann Doolittle $250,000 $100,000


Foundation Jennifer Oberlin Eads Robin Hollatz Falconio Danette Easley Gatz Maribeth Glaub { Nancy Clarke Hoy Joan Spiess Julow Gayle Kurokawa Karri Eder Morris Jessica Price Jane Young Richardson Michelle Pinne Ripper Alyce Smith Pamela Ross Todd { Joyce Norfleet Wright Beta Omicron Illinois State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Karin Struck Burwell | Susan Rumsfield Clary { Martha Rosenberger Zimmerman p $250 - $499 Patricia Miller Drexler | $100 - $249 Pamela Rennie Burke { Nanci Gross Gannon Janet Troline Kenyon { Sondra McPherson Rodgers- O'Connor { $1 - $99 Karen Bellettini Berta Alexandra Sloane Galicia Virginia Trudo Griffith Julie Seymour Hazen Amy Guy Ulrich Beta Rho University of Southern Indiana $1 - $99 Amanda Barton-Epple Jennifer Skaggs Beta Sigma Creighton University $100 - $249 Sarah Wallsmith Pritza { Beta Tau Ball State University $100 - $249 Stephanie Swihart Topping $1 - $99 Diane Gitt Birdwell Chelsea Phillips

Gamma Alpha University of Georgia $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Patricia Barber { Bryna Bobick { Karen Epermanis { Lee Woodham Langub | Jennifer Smentek Mores { Marie Ford Palmer { Carolyn Bridges Woodson { $250 - $499 Patricia Summerville Rosend { Peggy Harris Seigler $100 - $249 Joanne Sender Cavis Carol Griffin Dyson { Peggy Smith Gates { Beth Waters Johnson { Nancy Hodgson Lovelace Deborah Barber McNeill | Jane Rodgers Moore Ann Morgan Perry Lisa Pinyan Poole Sally Morrison Runyan { Martha Mills Scudder { Rebecca Cochran Weber $1 - $99 Ann Smith Allen Martha Besnard Bargar Paula Hill Brock Dorothy Treadwell Cantrell Linda Close Catherine Rhodes Dobrin Jennifer Springer Duncan Kimberly Ellet { Linda Foxbower Grizzard Courtney Webb Guest Bridget Heath Karen Sasseville Kennedy Denise Lewis Obront Karen Mikell Perry Gladys Hammond Wood Gamma Beta Florida State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Pauline Chance Brannon | Alexandra Massey $100 - $249 Theresa Bridy | Carolyn Griffin Coleman Grace Dansby Hopson Jeanne Campbell Jacobs {

Δ Delta Circle

$50,000

Γ Gamma Circle

$25,000

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Patricia Hollins Kohler { Nina Shuman { Jacqueline Bird Smith Tracy Miller Swank $1 - $99 Alicia Adams Karen Connell Biddy { Katherine Cooper Bradley Anne Billingslea Drake Marlene Hillis Foord Martha Newland Guemple Betty Fox Hagan Ann Talley Hitch Mary Gunn Holden Evangeline Griffin Holt { Jane Zevin Judson Janice Phillips Knowles Kirsten Gilbert Krenicky Mary Ann Lassiter LaPorte Carol Madill Lockey Gary McAteer Logan Lori Lovelace Judith Elkins Meggs Susan Morlang Mitchell Juliana Dykes Neithercut Mary Warner Peacock Mary Day Phelps { Hannah Tate Joanna Huff Thielmann Jessica Tuznik Mary Croft Vandigriff Carol Marchich Wine Gamma Gamma Queens University of Charlotte $1 - $99 Grace Hager Andrews Billie Mancin Little { Kathryn Hickman McCrary Karen Bittenbring Neilson Gamma Delta Auburn University $1,904 Jewel $1,904 - $2,499

Jackie Brannon Stutts Γ $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Patricia Riley Farmer | $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Mary Pugh Arant { Jeanne Swanner Robertson | Patti Guthrie Rogers {

Alpha Circle

$10,000

| Double Rose Circle $5,000

$250 - $499 Anna Soberg Tisdale Cathy Campbell Turner { $100 - $249 Terri Moore Cahoon Judith Hartley Carter Mary Chandler Gibson Kimble Manley Eastman { Ann French Graham Audrey Bianchi Gumm Laura Powell Hall { Jean De La Bar Harris Betty Dickinson Hixon Patsy Hicks Johnson Kate Kiefer { Lauren Bartholomew Luik Carolyn Simpson Maund Palmer Worley Mayer Frances Gates Moore Wanda Mills Pauling Jean Little Phillips { Jeanne Tynes Plaxco Linda Grabensteder Pou { Jennifer Wynn Regan Linda Johnson Stone Susan Casaday Stutts { $1 - $99 Sue Bruce Bridwell Frances Wilson Burson Denise Eastall Buschman Ellen Lanier Collins Susan Strickland Copeland Rochelle Morriss Davis{ Mary Furr Davis Ann Spicer Dodson Shannon McInerney Douthit Nancy Hoyt Duncan { Marie Nelson Fancher Carla Brabston Forester Judy Henderson Hardwick { Sara Ward Harris Marcilla Jacobs Heath Anne Little Jackson { Vivien Long Jones Martha McClinton Langford { Sharon Rochambeau Lovell Carol Baldwin Martin { Ann Harris Messer Healey CJ Meigs Moore Debbie Howdyshell Moore Sue Fuller Mosley Mary Harvey Murray Sara Arendall Newell Jane Sentell Preiss { Susan Jones Purdy

{ Buff Rose Circle $1,000

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Stephanie Wallace Renuart Julia Hickman Reynolds Carolyn Stewart Reynolds Bettyann Chadwick Russell { Anne Spencer Seknicka Patsy Thigpen Shreve Sara Diffee Slack Martha Pearson Stone Nancy Grimes Traylor Robyn Vissing Van Yperen Deborah Price Williams Gamma Epsilon University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Jane Hutson Owen | $250 - $499 Daphne Adams Ashworth { $100 - $249 Margaret Horner Walker { $1 - $99 Gene Stokes Brown { Katherine Smith Gunter Susanne Robinson Hardy Patricia Noah Jones { Carol Clayton Norris Barbara Murray Smith Martha Fortune Wickers Anne Newsome York Gamma Zeta University of Memphis $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Bobette Sandifer Thompson | $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Sharon Dunkman Carruthers | Lindsay Jarman { $100 - $249 Claire Hicks Long { Diane Stigall Talarico $1 - $99 Carol Kinser Baker Carol Zimmerman Caraway Betty Carter Joy Lott Craig Lynn Ledbetter Demi Marilyn Sanford Garey Ann Magee Guest { Ella Garey Keltner Carole Dickson Larson

Elizabeth Derrington Luhrs Mary Ann Sibley Morriss Julie Perkins Stephanie Simpson Joan Steele Stein { Susan Waller Tull Jane Barcroft Zink Gamma Eta High Point University $100 - $249 Ginny Gielen Carpenter Patricia Nance Quick { $1 - $99 Mary Cootes Eastman Karen Wilson Gamma Theta Florida Southern College $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Margaret Hutson p $100 - $249 Margaria Fichtner Linda Moore Ginn $1 - $99 Julie Bedenbaugh Amelia Welles Homer Susan Sumner Oder { Barbara Compton Posey Kathleen Repass Weigl { Mary Ann Aiello Williams { Gamma Iota Mercer University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Cynthia Smith Cater { Rosemary Raynolds Lowndes $250 - $499 Andrea Pendleton Katharine Wibell $100 - $249 Susan Barkley Janet Jarriel Elise Shourds { Melissa Voynich Sylvie Kramer Weikert | $1 - $99 Anne Cragin Barber Teresa Withers Brown Nicole Honeycutt Drooger Sandra Cowan Etheredge Alexandra Meade Klein Ruth Wilheit Laney

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Amanda Cox Lee Regina Hicks McBrayer Heather Niebes Sherwood Edith Vardaman Patricia Sieling Wagner Jennifer Wattley Gamma Lambda Longwood University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Patricia Whitehurst Crute { $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Robin Belcher Liesfeld { $100 - $249 Sallie Gibbs Adelman Eileen Mathes Anderson Martha Petry Parham $1 - $99 Rebecca Davis Brooks Carolyn Campbell Mondy { Karen Lane Owen Marian Pond Taylor { Sharon Binder Thomas Barbara Beckmann Wever Gamma Mu James Madison University $100 - $249 Mae Smith Miller $1 - $99 Angela Coon Martha Hewins Parker Amy Bruch Shifflett Sara McNeill Ware Gamma Nu University of Tennessee-Knoxville $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Angela Magill p $1 - $99 Amy Holsinger Gurtis Pamela Vessell Weeks Gamma Xi Murray State University $100 - $249 Jill Giordano { Bayley Ranes Kimberly Sutton Sarff { $1 - $99 Deborah Hawkins Crooks Taunya Eyre Betty Jung Howerton

Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

s Diamond Circle

• Pearl Circle

Shirley Cochran Martin Mayce Nixon McGowan Anna Greer Neubauer Jane Phillips Werner Gamma Omicron Eastern Kentucky University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Esther Saalfeld p $100 - $249 Lela Durham Redick $1 - $99 Aimee Knight Averill Patricia Hodge Barker Melissa Drinkard Rosanne Butcher Hack Angela Wallace Heibert Gamma Pi Middle Tennessee State University $1,904 Jewel $1,904 - $2,499

Suzanne Carmack Spicer Γ $100 - $249 Susan Wilson Davidson { Catherine Richard Erickson { Frances Becton Jakes Gamma Rho Armstrong Atlantic State University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Frances George Arnsdorff

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$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Mildred Deal Derst { $1 - $99 Nancy Breland Jessica Waldrop Harris Mary Roberson Gamma Sigma Troy University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Christine Cook Hutson

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$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Rebecca Bowes Murphy | $1 - $99 Jennifer Martin Bernheim Gayle Beazley Decker

$250,000 $100,000


Foundation Liz Harriss York Γ

Janet Starkel Gaddy { Monica Anderson Young

$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Amy Westergreen Cordner { Lisa Custer { Sarah Edwards { Michelle Engler { Kathryn Pierce Folk Courtney Huskamp Huggins p Jo Anne Hagerty Johnson { Jessica Keesee { Kimberly Zimmerman Shorter p Megan Smith Stieg { Shannon Vittur {

Gamma Tau University of West Georgia $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Michelle Flake Morgan Γ $100 - $249 Barbara Walton Smith Nancy Seay Waller Rachel Beck Whitworth $1 - $99 Virginia Sparkman Hardwick Diane Hopkins Johnson Celia Shoppe Ledbetter Rachel Boehl Niemiec Cathy Waldrop Steed Rebecca Deann Whitley Deborah Merritt Wightman Kallie Caraway Zollman Gamma Upsilon University of Montevallo $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Carol Clenney { Nancy Bailey Knickerbocker

$250 - $499 Megan Morris Ramsey { Sue Settles { Karen Maslinski Stevens {

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$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Pamela MacPherson Young | $100 - $249 Sarah Weese Hoffman Julia Rudd { $1 - $99 Amanda Beck Fowler Karen Kelly { Jane Canady McClanahan Leigh Kitchens Mello Amy Snyder Gamma Phi Georgia Institute of Technology $5,000 Jewel $5,000 - $9,999 Lisa Frese Randall • $1,904 Jewel $1,904 - $2,499 Patty Caudle Cunningham

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$1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Diana Bennett Eaton p Jeanette Raines Rogers p B. Jane Skelton Γ Therese Rauth Viscelli p

$100 - $249 Jennie Lee Colosi Balboni | Shari Mordhorst Begun { Elizabeth Springer Hollander Bodner { Virginia Carter Ting Cheng Kathryn Sklenak Dannay Jeanene Fowler | Tamara Lindell Garbett Abagail Nelson Glisson Jane Ames Heyward { Melissa Watts Mancill Miriam Alytia Patton Karen Ueberschaer Schnur { $1 - $99 Virginia Mott Adams Kristine Ashford { Jennifer Brecher Lindsey Bray Dunnahoo { Sharon Jadrnak Karin Boettcher Johnson Susan Oravec Matthews Molly McCarthy Sabrina Santos McClain Karen Donaldson Metzger Melissa Nord Jani Macari Pallis Amanda Brooks Phelps | Ann McConnell Stephenson { Jessica Klimesh Truesdale Gamma Psi University of North Alabama $250 - $499 Susie Morris Ray {

Δ Delta Circle

$50,000

Γ Gamma Circle

$25,000

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$100 - $249 Sarah Collins Evans Tammy Brocato Highfield Patricia Williams Roden Lia Pope White $1 - $99 Natalie Blankenship Carol Haire Green Tammie Self Terry Gamma Omega University of Alabama at Birmingham $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Dana Peden-Gentile | $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Jennifer Avant Goodwin $100 - $249 Bailey Albritton Lori Dooley Feist Robin Baker Wright { $1 - $99 Dawn Dennis McCarty { Brooke Hayes Walker Delta Alpha University of Southern California $2,500 Jewel $2,500 - $4,999 Christine M. Ofiesh Γ

$1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Kathleen Bice p Barbara Meador Callard Sandra Boots Tiberti |

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$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Di Agajanian | Laury Sanor Graves { Lynette Merriman { Ethel Lund Pattison p Linda Glover Rylett {

$100 - $249 Leeza Hoyt Bray { Beth Aspen Braziller { Phyllis Clement Campbell { Reid Reilly Dorwin Candy Allen Duncan

Alpha Circle

$10,000

$1 - $99 Carol McCluer Chapman Joyce Massey Grant Dorothy Schultz Griffith Marcela Hurtado Julie Capps Kemp Marcia Gettman Krueger Maryanne Hammatt Leckie Marlene Pontrelli Ann Denise Herrera Rice Lori Cavanaugh Schreier Marijayne Wallace Stegman Karen Steuber Sherrill French Stutzman Marvalee Hendricks Wake Wendy Gaines Weatherup Sonnee Stallman Weedn { Valerie Gumbiner Weiss Delta Beta Washington State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Elizabeth Hazelton Paget { Cecelia Quirk | $250 - $499 Lori Andrew Henneger { Jacquelyn Wehring Moore { Jill Shoemake Russo

$250 - $499 Jane Frederick Gayla Haarstad Krewson { Penelope Scott Yarrow {

| Double Rose Circle $5,000

Janice Walker Gordon Eleanor Pierce Kelso | Sarajane Sutter Kirby | Mildred Webb Lowrey Ann Morzov Matthiessen Sylvia Horton Mehl Melody Nishida p Nancy Hatfield Novokmet Carol Breitkrautz Pangburn Patricia Mollring Stewart Linda Beamer Taylor Susan Vessels { Candace Harper Wheeler { Amy Zimmerman

$100 - $249 Bonnie Stack Christianson { Elizabeth Raugust Fox { Carol Seegert Kocher { Georgene Harber Leap Debra Patterson Lisser { Victoria Suzuki Miles $1 - $99 Molly Kramer Brunner Faris Dearborn Charbonneau Beverly Hall Ehlers Leslie Sides Guarino

{ Buff Rose Circle $1,000

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Anne Harris Kepner Lisa Knocker King Elizabeth Halvorson Maus Maudie Hulbert McDonald Karla Barz Stauffer Joann Chadbourne Swanson Valerie Wishaar Lee Drake Zahniser { Delta Gamma Montana State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Melissa Markell Geraldine Weir Roth { $250 - $499 Courtney Cox Kellum Donna Sheets Wagner { $100 - $249 Beverly Ferguson Bacon Janet Myers Lowney { Christine Ouzts Schaff Kathleen Porter Thompson $1 - $99 Virginia Mann Bliss Kathryn Dahl Callantine Christine Blow Frazee Jo Ann Hicks Guenther { Beth Howe Hammell Vickie Hemstad Jody Collis King Linda Mikkelsen Konesky Eleanor Vanatta McKamey Grace Gartner Metsker Terri Davis Middlemist Doris Trovatten Morse Carol Mathews Roehm Janice Kathary Vigre Delta Delta University of Oregon $100 - $249 Judith Wiant Gavin { Marcia Cameron Graham { Martha Baxter Haake $1 - $99 Patricia Krueger Brady Barbara Ebeling Carney Jane Harding Knight Leann Johnston Roque { Edith Ebell Scott { Marlene Dunk Smith Jean Rhine Socolojsky Margaret Rauch Warnke

Delta Epsilon University of California-Los Angeles $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Joan Whittaker Allison { Charlon Brown Franke { Sandra Goodwin Streech | Marion Steele Wilson { $250 - $499 Penelope Thompson Donnelly { Kay Kawaratani Masuyama Barbara Keith Richardson { $100 - $249 Gloria Nickerson Griffin Betty Fortune Lang { Gail Tyler Neher { Priscilla Gaskill Robertson { Margaret Campbell Sutherland Tamara Durnall Tabak $1 - $99 Jana Bickel Shelly Black Brassil Almarene Williams Cook Shirley Joiner Cooper Jane George Erlbaum Kathleen Schabo Falk Helen Roche Johnston Gloria Caravacci Koenig Judy Boster Mark { Mary McGoey { Bregette Etter Moseley Jo-Ann Smyth Neubig Melanie Sharon O'Donnell Beverly Hopkins Post { Christine Savage Elizabeth Beeson Thorsen Helen Kennedy Wigman Betty Jo Purgitt Wyatt {

Delta Eta San Diego State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Lynn Miller Hartline | Janet Russell Lind { Frances Mettlach McCrackin $250 - $499 Janet Purvis Lisle { Linda Stitt Lofgren { F ♼

$1 - $99 Margaret Williams Bennett Katherine Amundson Boase Patricia Aiken Faringer Frances Gibson Grimes Sallie Lincoln Haight Janet Moss Johnson Gloria Suarez Justus Betty Madden Keller Pamela Krebs { Kristin Amundson Ogley { Carolyn Vosteen Sharpe Marilyn Byrne Tesh Delta Theta University of Idaho $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Patricia Stroh Loo { Charlotte Ruckman Misner Linda Werner p

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$250 - $499 Stacey Pack Fordemwalt Mary Moorer Senko $100 - $249 Megan Broyles Breckenridge Debra Golden Kathryn Zenier Swenson {

Delta Zeta University of British Columbia $100 - $249 Valerie McDermott Betty McKendry McNair

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$100 - $249 Gwen Bucknell Carrier Patricia Holcombe Gylock Fran Wallace Holland { Nancy Woodbridge Petersen { Daryl McKenna Swanson Kathleen Leicester Wolfskill {

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$1 - $99 Ashley Bechtel Judy Blades Frazier Elisabeth Jolley Gibb Sharon Houck Hood { Rena Huff Molly Loucks A. Tayler Marshall Rebecca Hay Moore Sandra Powell { Janet Novak Seitz Jashinski { Beverly Fossum Stettler D. Anne Frazier Walradt Delta Iota California State University-Chico $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Cristine Miller {

Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

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• Pearl Circle

$100 - $249 Elfriede Walzberg Bagley { Gina Gallego Colton { Jaimie-Lynn Craig Jane White Cushing { Christine Sabatte Logan Adele Pallotti Lucas Janet Rogers Metallo Marilee Swor Meuter { Mary Lough Smith Eunice Jones Wesp { $1 - $99 Janice Wallace Bright Linda Bergemann Chaix Nadine Silva Davi Julie Sitton Duwe Laurie Stone Fennell Janet Hepler Gillespie { Sandra Nason Griffin Janeen Ayoob Hubiak Jeannette Millholland Kelley Rebecca Munn May Susan Stimmel Paluncich Emily Scherschligt Caroline Droulers White Delta Mu University of California-Santa Barbara $100 - $249 Jean Bosworth Garcia $1 - $99 Laurie Barrons Delta Nu University of Calgary $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Suzanne Beatch $100 - $249 Allison McDonald $1 - $99 Leah Hamilton Kelly Hopper Delta Xi Arizona State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Ellen Wenzel { $100 - $249 Kimberly Johnson { Judith Davis Thompson $1 - $99 Melissa DePaulis Vicki Martin Fitzpatrick $250,000 $100,000


Foundation Delta Omicron University of Nevada-Las Vegas $250 - $499 Aimee Ballmer Abramovitz $1 - $99 Amy Canepa Donahue Michelle Schwer Nicholl { Michelle Alexander Sosa Delta Rho Sonoma State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Wendy Bright Faust { $100 - $249 Angela Bolea Molly Rattigan $1 - $99 Fallon Segarini Adolph Kristen Aspray Sarah Rincon Delta Sigma University of Hawaii at Manoa $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Kristen Anders { Mary Lou Ikeda Miwa | $100 - $249 Marcia Hill $1 - $99 Deborah Lichota Delta Tau Chapman University $1 - $99 Martha Kroeze Faust Dawn Datte Lepore Bree Martin

Sara Acuff Smith { Michelle Yuenger | $100 - $249 Marianne Messmann Antweiler Judith Murrill Baldwin Michelle Barbeau Brenda Bier Barton { Betty Buschart Brand { Charlene Morris Conrad | Wynetta Massey Rita Sullivan Rundquist Julie Scott Carol Smith White $1 - $99 Carol Reppel Amling | Margaret Pegues Chapman Sara Denniston Crump Kimberly Cullom-Curran Pennie Shaw Davis Rose Rice Dishman { Lynn Powers Guy Betty Smith Hawkins { Deborah Kuntz Houston Elizabeth Perdue Hyde { Katherine Niedergerke Ingle Sue Cantrell Loudon { Mauda Grimes McGeorge Shirley McCallister Meinert Nancy Tucker O'Shea Joyce True Parker Sharon Aulepp Schwarz Lorinda Kirkwood Stombaugh { Epsilon Beta University of Kansas $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Barb Krumme Geiger {

Delta Upsilon Boise State University $1 - $99 Courtney Lake Epsilon Alpha University of Missouri $5,000 Jewel $5,000 - $9,999 Judith Hayes Hand Γ $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Jean Warmbrodt Springer { $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Denise Austin Dudenhoeffer { Nann Blaine Hilyard p

$250 - $499 Martha Bizal Sleypen Jennifer Lawrence Vance $100 - $249 Amanda McQuin Kluener M. Terri Gajewski Valentine { $1 - $99 Cynthia Coe Allen { Elizabeth Ouseley Dera Mary Sampson Fay { Anita Rottler Heckman Sharon Cobb Henish Karen Lord Hinkin Lorraine Shearing Peters Tambra Keenan Thorson Roxanne Travelute

Δ Delta Circle

$50,000

Γ Gamma Circle

$25,000

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Epsilon Gamma University of Denver $500 Jewel $500 - $999

Marcia Love Pierce Jacqueline Steen Stonum Diane Brown Wicker {

Gail Calkins Duree Δ Kay Tannehill O'Halleran{ $100 - $249 Artis Tanton Boulier { Virginia Vincent Sewall { $1 - $99 Lois Thomas Boyd Harlene Edwards Charlotte Ryan O'Ryan Nancy Smith Odell Patricia Maguire Shaw Epsilon Delta University of Texas at Austin $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Kay LaBauve Parnell p $500 Jewel $500 - $999

Betty Leatherwood Adams Γ Susan Kiefner Cage | Benita Wilson Dick Γ Lelia VanNorden Kelley | Martha Kercheville Newton { Amelia Runyan Rock { $250 - $499 Ruth Prouse Morgan { $100 - $249 Theodora Vanderwerth Boehm { Doreene Frizzell Boubel{ Janice Jochec $1 - $99 Sammye Tisdale Diebel { Angela Steinle Hairston { Mary Chaney Heard { Laura Glass Hensley { Elinor Cartledge Howie { Shirley Rose Kraus { Diana Clark Phillips Dorothy Thornton Rencurrel Epsilon Epsilon William Jewell College $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Charlotte Williams DeWees $100 - $249 Alice Rowland Algie { Norma Moss Barto { Terri Schneider Modlin

Alpha Circle

$10,000

| Double Rose Circle $5,000

$1 - $99 Joyce Arnold Bergman Hanna Lockwood Dobberstine Janet Bailey Durbin Patty Davis Ellis Linda Harger Jolly Kristin Leitze Roberta Carr Lierly Janet Dinkheller Walt Epsilon Zeta Arkansas State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Katherine Martin Farris | Ada Marsh Oldham p $100 - $249 Cheryl Haywood Guttenmacher Allison Denman Holland Allison Johnston McCoy Mary Allen Ray { Leslie Hagar Scribner Donna Reichen Shipman Suzanne Wright Stumbaugh $1 - $99 Nancy Redd McGee { Cynthia Middleton Shannon O'Nale Judith Shannon Roe Christa Collie Rogers Betty King Wood Mitzi Langlois Young Epsilon Eta Texas Christian University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Ann Ferrell Ritchie { Carol Ferguson Wiener { $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Susan Havran Carter p Kathy Maine Ruess { $250 - $499 Shirley Heald { $100 - $249 Deborah Hill Johnson Mary Packard { Sheila Grant Thayer { $1 - $99 Donna Edelen Blanton Susan Bond Butsch

{ Buff Rose Circle $1,000

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Helen Huff Dunlap Pamela Nix Gilmore { Hazel Ault Godhelp Leslie Martin Janet Gough McMurray Billie Oakley Minot Nancy Mitchell Ogrod { Nancy Scott Epsilon Theta University of Colorado Boulder $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Kathleen Fisk Christiansen | Mary Kelley Wyss-Cummings { $100 - $249 Jane Larson Alder { Carol Mueller Koontz { Mary Heimann Linn { $1 - $99 Mary Kellogg Kirby Sally Yewens Meisner Karen Winquist Waligorski Epsilon Iota University of Northern Colorado $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Cindy Griffin Haas | Susan Turman | Patricia O'Connor Vreeland | $100 - $249 Donna Benge { Karin Whetstone Culter { Karri Lampson Kent Carol Scheve Yung $1 - $99 Kristen Fagre Healy Mary Sue Myers Eloise Brown Young Epsilon Kappa Pittsburg State University $250 - $499 Katherine Bradshaw Chappelear { Kimberly Young $100 - $249 Cassandra Jarrett Cleaver Angela Wood Cutbill { Kathlyn Fenton Edmonds Frances McCabe Kottler $1 - $99 Virginia Harkins Agnew Sue Rash Albers { Carla Slattery Moore

Meredith Jensen Neill Annette Skaggs Rohde { Marcia Meyer Roos Mary Coffman Russo { Oleta Wilson Shamasko Joyce Ryder Terbovich Epsilon Lambda University of Central Missouri $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Sherralyn Denning Craven Γ $250 - $499 Pamela Drake Bales $100 - $249 Denise Whiting Edwards Amy Pickerel Moss $1 - $99 Ruth Harlan Lamb Debra Saylor Lumley { Shirley Kochsmeier Siegel { Katelynn Smith

$1 - $99 Chrissie Cooper Hintz Sena Goodlett Leese Jami Ables Lovelady { Jessica Shaver Schneider

$250 - $499 Jane Hanlin Hier

Epsilon Phi Texas Woman's University $1 - $99 Muttaya Chaivashirasak Bollich Susan Dupar Trisha Phillips Hartstack

$100 - $249 Kay Cunningham Rice { $1 - $99 Ellen Petty Gilbert Martha Wieduwilt Jessup Patricia Cunningham Landrum Beth Marcotte April Hurst Roberts Tammy Puckett Stafford Hillary McPheeters White Epsilon Xi East Central University $1 - $99 Emma Olson Thomas

Epsilon Mu Fort Hays State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Autumn Winters Leiker Judie Brown Webb {

Epsilon Omicron Southwestern Oklahoma State University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Becky Kelly Harvey |

$100 - $249 Constance Eaton Applegate Carin Johnson Rogers

$1 - $99 Gayla Taylor Cox Melinda Berousek Rushing

$1 - $99 Amber Carlson Janice Goodwin Carlson Lana Tittle Charles { Sandra Boys Daugherty Jone Courtney Galloway { Elizabeth Berning Gerber Fern Tittel Hess Paula Schoendaller Keefer Dee Ann Smith Riebel Jan Post Stejskal Shelley Sutton { Jana Tittel Voos Terry Deal Waggle Tina Todd Wiebe

Epsilon Rho Texas A&M University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Jennifer Powell

Epsilon Nu University of Central Oklahoma $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Rie Gerah Hoehner p Kimberly Martin Klaus p Melvalyn Smith Springborn {

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$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Lauren Allen Hammack { Elizabeth Jones { Marcie Worl Kirchberg |

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$100 - $249 Stormy Ford Powell { $1 - $99 Jane Carmichael Bickham Ronda Lenser Dillard Charlotte Jamieson Leigh Harrison Kent { Julie Payne Kirchmeier { Dawn Jamieson Luza

Epsilon Psi University of Texas at Dallas $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Holly Phillips Rudnick | $250 - $499 Miranda Chamblee Barsch { $1 - $99 Suzanne Hengst Lara Kuonen Alejandra Salazar Angela Fielder Thomas Jordan Wallace Epsilon Omega Truman State University $250 - $499 Katherine Bross Green { $100 - $249 Emily Albright Meredith Wells Dean Elizabeth Schuerman $1 - $99 Nicole Birdsill Buesse Emily Eck Shannon Johnson Trunkhill Zeta Alpha Eastern Michigan University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Denise DiFranco Browning { $1 - $99 Holley Bevins McManus

Epsilon Upsilon Tarleton State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Donna Plumlee Hendrix |

Zeta Beta Lehigh University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Susan Kelly Archer | Mary Beth Dulcey Morabito |

$100 - $249 Gertrude Carlson Megan Galloway

$100 - $249 Judith Lannin Panagakos Maria Pankos Pruitt

Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

s Diamond Circle

• Pearl Circle

$250,000 $100,000


Foundation Karen Lindquist Randall { Amy Shotmeyer $1 - $99 Sara Bailin Constance Paul Greendoner Linda Eickemeyer Kelly Zeta Gamma Gannon University $1 - $99 Lauren Hopkins Nicole Kunz

$100 - $249 Colleen Ellsworth Suzanne Logcher Yeghiayan { $1 - $99 Romiya Glover Barry Bethany Covey Christine Gagnon Anne Mannarelli Gregory Julie Banach Roy Mary Kate Toomey

$100 - $249 Laurinda MacKinnon {

$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Janis Lang Bartosz | Alison Gardner { Lesley A. Hubbard |

$1 - $99 Maria Vallejo Fehling Audrey Kaplan O'Neil

$250 - $499 Nicole Brown McConlogue $1 - $99 Katherine Klinefelter Hastings{ Monica Kitlas Wendy Hucht Lanahan Zeta Epsilon Michigan Technological University $100 - $249 Jill Henschel Caruso { Ellen Horsch Lorraine Card Wright $1 - $99 Barbara Bertram Ellen Brinkman Kathleen Kamm Linda Coon LeFevre Gail Monds Zeta Zeta Worcester Polytechnic Institute $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Amanda Moreno { $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Cynthia Moser | Sara J. Swiatlowski { $250 - $499 Lynn Marzano France Claudine Gagnon McCluskey {

$100 - $249 Heather Slotnick Mueller {

$100 - $249 Janelle Kauffman Moore {

Zeta Eta Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Laura Tedford {

Zeta Delta Towson University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Michele Hartlove p

Zeta Nu Alma College $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Mary Jo Toth {

$1 - $99 Kamryn Kurtzner Kathleen Lanphear Lynne Lehnhardt Carrie Rau Erin Wicker Sager Zeta Omicron Kettering University $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,903 Adrienne Kerr Beckett {

Zeta Pi Saint Joseph's University $1 - $99 Marie Clapp Blaser Zeta Rho Quinnipiac University $1 - $99 Karyn Kahl Layton Zeta Sigma Northwood University $1 - $99 Laura DuBay Kelley Pernicone Marissa Janazzo Salsbury

Zeta Theta Lafayette College $100 - $249 Gretel Raibeck Julie Pollock Trainor { $1 - $99 Elisabeth Edwards Bratlien Courtney DeThomas Sandra Veresink Kovacs Zeta Iota Miami University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Roberta Phillips | Andrea Smith { Debra Collins Watt { $1 - $99 Kristina Held Chadwick Jennifer Giardina Kennedy Laura H. Letton Sue Ellen Wright Maher Kimberly Nelson { Zeta Kappa University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Jennifer Werni Hughes | $1 - $99 April Rambacher Gatial Lauren Henry Nemec

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$50,000

Γ Gamma Circle

$25,000

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$10,000

| Double Rose Circle $5,000

{ Buff Rose Circle $1,000

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Zeta Upsilon Northern Michigan University $1 - $99 Heather Drangin

$500 Jewel $500 - $999 Melissa Brown { Jenny Muller {

Zeta Chi University of Western Ontario $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Martha Clementino { Stacey McCready Pipicelli {

$100 - $249 Laura Graham Pamela Glenton Nix

$1 - $99 Chantal Coulen Simard

Theta Epsilon University of South Alabama $250 - $499 Amanda Williamson Moore

Zeta Psi Western Michigan University $1 - $99 Megan Edwards Theta Alpha Louisiana State University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Penny Heuiser | $100 - $249 Michelle Maillet Menard { Mary Gerlow Oellermann Alison Langlois Peick Helen Doody Potter $1 - $99 Laura Aymond Proctor Theta Delta University of North Georgia $2,500 Jewel $2,500 - $4,999 Sylvia Ferry p

$1 - $99 Lisa White Carlock

$1 - $99 Martha Robbins Burrell Jessica Ellis Freeland Heather Sprinkl Theta Zeta Randolph-Macon College $250 - $499 Linda Mabry Wilkinson { $1 - $99 Stephanie Wiener Theta Eta University of Tennessee at Martin $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Catherine L. Matthews { $1 - $99 Bonnie Poynor Theta Theta Mississippi State University $100 - $249 Lynn Phillips-Gaines

$1 - $99 Kristie Achee Amy Douglas Theta Iota Western Kentucky University $1 - $99 Patricia Godby Canon Stephanie Fusting Phyllis Parrott Karissa Shelton Riter Natalie Sellers Megan Pickerel Spear Joye Spinks Kristin Studle Kimberly Hunt Vince Jennifer Owens West Theta Kappa University of Virginia $250 - $499 Tara Wheeler Prather { $1 - $99 Elizabeth Dunn Christine Moore Theta Lambda University of West Florida $250 - $499 Erica Oliver Cordes $1 - $99 Hope Bradford Cassandra McGuire Carnley Crystal Silcox Theta Mu University of North CarolinaWilmington $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Christel Brady McMillan { $100 - $249 Amanda Adams Johnson $1 - $99 Lindsay Walker McCall Amanda Parsley Lisa Pridgen Rosser { Wendi Witek Theta Nu Virginia Commonwealth University $1 - $99 Jenni Jones Kimberley Lowe Skowysz

* Chapter Grand Corinthian Society

40 quarterly | summer 2015

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Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

s Diamond Circle

• Pearl Circle

Theta Xi Clemson University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Angela Park Tilley $100 - $249 Nicole Roberts Diak Cristina Johnson Theta Omicron Western Carolina University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Malea Greene Habbal { $1 - $99 Whitney King Held Allison Hinson Kenney Theta Pi Lambuth University $500 Jewel $500 - $999 Michelle Parks { Theta Rho Barry University $1 - $99 Kami Schichtel McLaughlin Theta Tau Belmont University $1 - $99 Sarah Horn Christina Sullivan Twist Theta Phi University of Tampa $1 - $99 Kim Muong Guernsey Theta Chi Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University $1 - $99 Deborah Schiff Finch Manisha Patel Kappa Beta Missouri Western State University $100 - $249 Cherree Kemple Walling Lambda Gamma Villanova University $1 - $99 Amira Jibrine Sheri Penn

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Friends of the Foundation $1,904 Jewel $1,904 - $2,500 Michael Bennett { $1,000 Jewel $1,000 - $1,904 Mike & Betty Devereaux p Lisa Hudson { Robert & Christine Jahncke { Edward M. & Jeanette Raines Rogers p Tito Tiberti { $500 Jewel $500 - $1,000 Michael & Jennifer Aspy John Blake { Robert McEwen Alastair Muir-Taylor Susan Putman { Aiyemobisi Williams Robert & Roxanne Williams $250 - $499 George Bond Victoria Holian Kenneth Ingram Patricia & Eric Jacobson Scott Raymer Sue Richardson Keith Steiner p Lisa Uthgenannt $100 - $249 Lizette Adams Priscilla Alicea Scott Allen Jeanmarie Alo Dana Athans Rick Barnes Valerie & Matthew Beaver Robert & Suzanne Behle Don & Julie Beisswanger Kay Bell & Debra Allen Cynthia Bergmann Debora & Steven Billings Kenneth & Susan Bloom Marina Bloomfield Gary Blore Bill Bond Jennifer Bradshaw Ken Breidel Lisa & David Brewer Kimberly Broce-Walker Kathy Caravaggio Kori Carbonaro Charles Carey Kelly Casagrand Rachel & Keith Christiansen

Cathey Clarke David Cometz & Jackie Egan Carol Cortese Barbara Crabtree Audie & Debbie Craig Victoria Critchlow Kim Cuneo James Cunningham Judy Cuturrufo Christine Daneault Trevor & Jennifer DePriest Maria Diez Gabriele Doherty Xiuqin Dong Gary & Holly Dudash Margarita Dupas Arthur Erickson Jeanine Erwin Lisa Ethington John Fenley Patricia Fischer Lee Flake Lori Forman Alan Friedenberg Wendy Gancarz Tim & Denise Garner Erica Gause Wayne Gerber Diana Germain Gurpartap Gill Dawn & Mark Golden Kimberly Gowell Elaine Gunnink Dana Hall Kay Haynes Lorgia Hector { Edward Henry Taryn Hensley Kaye & Paul Hert Frank Honkanen Paul Honke Kelly Hoon Mary Hope Nolden Gordon Hughes & Jennifer Abrell Larry Hunter Mitzi Ingle Kimberly Johnson Karen Johnson-McKewan Staci Jones Judy Jones-Martinez Charles & Julie Keena Mike & Audrey Kenney Gail & Jim Kohlmann MaryEllen Kosturko Arie Krier Kim Krivis Laura Kruzynski

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Susan Kubek Steve & Kim Kuhn Dawn La Bounty Juliet Lanphear Marnee Lieberman Holly Linden Amy Liskey Victoria Livschitz Jim Lynch Cheryl Mackenzie Robert Magner Daniel Maloof Steven & Julie Markley Melba Anne Martin Leticia Martinez Dorothy Mastronardi Karol Matsune Lori McCullough Barry McEachern John & Virginia McLean Anne McMIllan Max Meek Evelyn Meeks Rich Melin Katharine Yelas Meyer G.K. Mihalyka Lori Miller Mark & Susan Millsap Rhona Moeller Gary Monk Sean & Christine Mooney Michael Morsberger Jacqueline Neuberger Joette Oreste-Nix & Randall Nix Andrew & Sharon Novak Irma Nyack La Cresha O'Neal Jeffrey O'Reilly Maryann Oliphant Melody Olsson-Bierhuis Cynthia & Steve Ondra Teri Orr Shannon Oruska Steve & Laura Palagyi Sharon Parks Langdon Parrill Lisa & Geoffrey Peacock Diana Peterson Marion Peterson Jana Petrochko Kimberely Phelps Joan & Bill Piper Danita Puhl Mark Purcel Mary Quine-Ward Brian & Carolyn Quinn Douglas Rauch

Annulet $1,000,000 Founder Circle $500,000

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Laura Rebholtz Karen Reese Brenda Rider Laura Robinson James & Catherine Rogan Kelly Rose Randy Rowland Sandy Ruiz Dinesh Samtani Frank & Maureen Santoni James Sayers Joyce Schlanger Lisa Schroeder Teresa Schweitzer Carol Schwinne Laurie Seaver Steve & Sue Slater Matthew Slusher Ruthie Smith Glenn Smith Doreen Smith Michael Stamm Suzanne Stephens John Stites Cynthia Stoll Bill Thome Pamela Thompson-Ryan Jill Tiffany Kathryn Tomaselli Christina Triece Denise Van Doren Jill Van Mater Jaymi Victor Liana Mitchell Wallace Aleece Walling Laura Walsten Paula Waxman Judy & Jeff Weidner Erik Weis Darcy Wellbrock Phil & Janet White Barbara Wilbur Dave & Sherri Williams Kathlene Williamson Deb Wilson Lisa Wintersheimer Michel Steven Witte { Theresa Wolf David Wolterman Brenda Wood Linda Wood Robert Wuopio Carla Wyncoop Brian Wynne Barbara Young $1 - $99

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Foundation Anonymous Donor p Kerry & Ross Adams Christine & Jay Adams Holly Alexander Theresa Angelozzi Lee Bailey Susana & Rui Baltazar Karen Bennett Angie Boswell Lauri Boyle Sandra & Thomas Burr Megan Burrell Celia Ceradoy Jan & Bob Dale Neel Day Suzanne Devereaux p Jeff & Shelley Devereaux Tami Eckert Dianne Eff Cecilia Hoffman Eifert Jennifer Elder Michael & Sheila Ellsworth Mary Ann Estreicher Tian Fosa Bob Francioni Tom Glavin Laura Glenn Nancy Kurk & Todd Greenwell Tedene Halliwell Patti & Bill Harrison Lynda Holt Jean Hughes Peggy Janushevich Jessie M. Johnson Shirley & David Lapinski Jamie Sheriff Law Anne Layton Kim Majeski Mamta Manchanda William Markle Linda Zane Mazzeo Jolene McLellan Christine Medina Andrew Miller Harry Montgomery James & Mary Nee Marc Newman Lauralee O'Grady Donna Page Oldenkamp Michele Pardun Pam Phillips Wayne & Michelle Pugh Nancy & George Pytlik Dean & Lori Reily Eric & Elizabeth Rennert David Retzer Jacqueline Riselvato

Maria Santos Deborah Schlotfeldt Kristina Schulz Maria Scoggins Michele Shirakura Marianne Simoni Jennifer Smith Paulette & Brian Sokolowski Kim Spoonmore Barb Stefkovich Julie & Jeff Stuart Nancy & George Theriot Samantha Thompson Deborah Torri Victoria & Michael Walsh Kelly Ward Elizabeth Willoughby Sandra Yamat Companies & Organizations $5,000 - $10,000 Alpha Gamma Delta Fraternity Γ The Chicago Community Trust Δ $1,904 - $2,500 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Network for Good {

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$1,000 - $1,904 Alpha Gamma Rho { CustomInk { Digital Pix | GE Foundation p Hamilton Properties LLC | Metal Works of Chicago { OMEGAFI | United Way of Bay Area { $500 - $1,000 American Endowment Foundation AYCO Charitable Foundation | Beaucoup Swoozies LLC Chipotle { Foundation For The Carolinas Georgia Institute of Technology Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation | Kendra Scott Design Mile High United Way { The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc. Truist { United Way of Greater Milwaukee { Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program p Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign {

Chi Omega - Rho Kappa Chapter Dayton Foundation { Delta Gamma - Alpha Sigma Chapter Dominion Foundation Entourage Clothing & Gifts Exelon Foundation Matching Gifts Program Kappa Alpha Theta - Beta Xi Chapter Kappa Delta - Alpha Iota Chapter Microsoft Matching Gifts Program { Phi Delta Theta - California Gamma Chapter Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity Schwab Charitable Fund { Seton Hall University Sigma Chi Fraternity - Delta Eta Chapter Sigma Nu - Epsilon Pi Chapter Sigma Pi - Upsilon Chapter Silicon Valley Community Foundation The University of Akron Theta Chi Fraternity - Beta Alpha Chapter Theta Xi - Alpha Zeta Chapter University Tees, Inc. $100 - $249 Amazon Smile Foundation Arizona Diamondbacks Ciena Cares Delta Delta Delta - Delta Rho Chapter Dinky Town Baldy's El Patron Mexican Restaurant H & M Vending & Automated Equip. Co. Jewish Federation of Cincinnati Kraft Foods Foundation Merck Foundation Microsoft Giving Campaign MJ Insurance

National Christian Foundation Kentucky Neal & Summers Mortuary, Inc. OneHope Foundation PepsiCo Foundation Phi Kappa Sigma - Alpha Psi Chapter Raise Marketplace Rhodes, Lauck and Assoc., Inc. Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Georgia Psi Sigma Kappa Spokane Co. United Way The Burrito Shack ZMM Inc. $1 - $99 Active Network LLC Alpha Chi Omega National Headquarters Alpha Tau Omega - Zeta Lambda Chapter AT&T United Way Employee Giving Campaign { Bank of the West Benevity Community Impact Fund California Pizza Kitchen Chick-fil-A at Muncie FSU Comcast Corporation Delta Gamma Executive Offices Goodshop IN State Employees' Community Giving JP Morgan Chase Foundation { KAM Construction, Inc. Legacy Trust Memories in Motion Photo Video Sigma Chi Fraternity - Epsilon Tau Chapter The Scrapbook Princess The Taylor Company U.S. Bank Foundation United Methodist Foundation of Louisiana

$250 - $499 Allstate Giving Campaign {

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Γ Gamma Circle

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ALUMNAE JEWEL CHAPTERS & CLUBS

The following chapters and clubs contributed their time and talents to raise $1,000 or more for the ΑΓΔ Foundation for membership in the Jewel Society. Atlanta Alumnae Chapter Auburn-Opelika Alumnae Chapter Beta Beta Alumnae Chapter Central Florida Alumnae Club Chicago Northwest Suburban Alumnae Club Dallas Alumnae Chapter DuPage Area Alumnae Club Fox Valley Alumnae Club Greater Ft. Lauderdale Alumnae Club Greater Kansas City Alumnae Club Greater Raleigh Alumnae Chapter

Houston Alumnae Club Los Angeles Area Alumnae Chapter Nashville Alumnae Chapter Norman Alumnae Chapter North Atlanta Alumnae Club Northwest Florida Alumnae Chapter Orange County Alumnae Chapter St. Louis Alumnae Club Tau Alumnae Chapter Valley of the Sun Alumnae Chapter

COLLEGIATE JEWEL CHAPTERS

Members of the following collegiate chapters contributed many hours to raise $2,000 or more for the ΑΓΔ Foundation for membership in the Jewel Society. Delta-University of Minnesota Epsilon-University of Kentucky Zeta-Ohio University Iota-University of Washington Mu-Brenau University Xi-Illinois Wesleyan University Rho-Iowa State University Sigma-University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Upsilon-University of Oklahoma Phi-Oregon State University Psi-University of Alabama Omega-University of Akron Alpha Alpha-University at Buffalo, The State University of NY Alpha Beta-University of Michigan Alpha Epsilon-Westminster College Alpha Iota-Baldwin Wallace University Alpha Lambda-The Ohio State University Alpha Omicron-West Virginia Wesleyan College Alpha Pi-Wayne State University Alpha Sigma-Indiana University of Pennsylvania Alpha Upsilon-Central Michigan University Alpha Omega-Duquesne University Beta Alpha-Nebraska Wesleyan University Beta Beta-North Dakota State University Beta Delta-Indiana University Beta Eta-Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 44 quarterly | summer 2015

Beta Iota-Eastern Illinois University Beta Xi-Purdue University Beta Omicron-Illinois State University Beta Tau-Ball State University Beta Upsilon-Roosevelt University Gamma Alpha-University of Georgia Gamma Beta-Florida State University Gamma Delta-Auburn University Gamma Zeta-University of Memphis Gamma Eta-High Point University Gamma Iota-Mercer University Gamma Xi-Murray State University Gamma Omicron-Eastern Kentucky University Gamma Sigma-Troy University Gamma Tau-University of West Georgia Gamma Upsilon-University of Montevallo Gamma Phi-Georgia Institute of Technology Gamma Psi-University of North Alabama Gamma Omega-University of Alabama at Birmingham Delta Alpha-University of Southern California Delta Beta-Washington State University Delta Epsilon-University of California-Los Angeles Delta Theta-University of Idaho

Delta Iota-California State University-Chico Delta Kappa-University of Alberta Delta Nu-University of Calgary Delta Xi-Arizona State University Delta Omicron-University of Nevada-Las Vegas Delta Pi-San Francisco State University Delta Rho-Sonoma State University Delta Tau-Chapman University Delta Upsilon-Boise State University Epsilon Beta-University of Kansas Epsilon Epsilon-William Jewell College Epsilon Zeta-Arkansas State University Epsilon Kappa-Pittsburg State University Epsilon Mu-Fort Hays State University Epsilon Nu-University of Central Oklahoma Epsilon Upsilon-Tarleton State University Epsilon Phi-Texas Woman's University Epsilon Psi-University of Texas at Dallas Epsilon Omega-Truman State University Zeta Gamma-Gannon University Zeta Epsilon-Michigan Technological University Zeta Zeta-Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Zeta Eta-Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Zeta Omicron-Kettering University Zeta Pi-Saint Joseph's University Zeta Tau-Seton Hall University Zeta Upsilon-Northern Michigan University Zeta Chi-University of Western Ontario Theta Beta-Auburn University at Montgomery Theta Delta-University of North Georgia Theta Epsilon-University of South Alabama Theta Zeta-Randolph-Macon College Theta Iota-Western Kentucky University Theta Lambda-University of West Florida Theta Mu-University of North Carolina-Wilmington Theta Nu-Virginia Commonwealth University Theta Omicron-Western Carolina University Theta Tau-Belmont University Theta Psi-Austin Peay State University Theta Omega-University of South Carolina Kappa Beta-Missouri Western State University Kappa Gamma-Texas A&M- Corpus Christi Lambda Alpha-St. Joseph's College of Long Island


Foundation

HONORS

This special group of members, family and friends were honored by a gift in their name during the 2014-2015 fiscal year to the ΑΓΔ Foundation. Sylvia Hommer Acton Kristen Elizabeth Adams Cynthia Allen Ann Zehner Angle Frances George Arnsdorff Madeline Mary Aspy Stephannie Sack Bailey Janis Lang Bartosz Connie Harriman Benson Miriam Annette Berninger Elaine Barrick Bess Kenzie Rose Billings Barbara Baerwald Bowman Viola Schall Brown Marilyn Burke Barbara Meador Callard Charmaine Anna-Marie Carter Terri Huntsberger Chapman Kathleen Fisk Christiansen Donna Lanter Cowan Vickie Alewine Dalton Ann Daly Patsy Smith Davis Jane Peters Dawson Jan Clark Dolan Judith Nicholson Douglass Penny Yocum Edmondson Jessica Engels Deborah Schmidt Eschenbacher Karlin Johnson Ewen Katherine Martin Farris Wendy Bright Faust Peggy Kuebler Field Vicki Martin Fitzpatrick Amber Garrison Duncan Elizabeth Dawn Golden

Mariann Babka Gutshall Barbara Sass Hammond Judith Hayes Hand Florence Budd Harrison Kristin Nicole Harrison Joan Randolph Hatch Havaleh Havelka Kalina Haynes Rie Gerah Hoehner Sharon Houck Hood Lesley Hubbard Katharine Hughes Melissa Jacobson James Danielle Johnson Joseph Lelia VanNorden Kelley Danielle Kosturko Karen Palla Kovach Jamie Sheriff Law Ashley Putman Leatherwood EJ Lee Barbara Hale Letton Alyssa Linda Norman Lewis Kayla Kennedy Light Vanessa Gonzalez Lopez Joyce Stansbery Lunsford Catherine Matthews Nicole Brown McConlogue Cherril Wehmueller McMillian Kelsey Melin Barbara Henderson Miller Charlotte Ruckman Misner Jennifer Monk Diane Pierson Monnier Rebecca Martin Moon Mary Beth Dulcey Morabito Virginia Mattison Morgan

Caitlin Mrumlinski Catherine Murray Savanna Alyse Myers Sabrina Ross Noah Cinda Zehner OConnor Marissa Rose Ondra Gloria Pitt Osborne Erica Nicole Pecho Samantha Lynn Perrin Carol Richards Peske Janice Smith Pitrolo Olivia Theresa Potter Julie Powers Margery Barden Reason Angela Price Redden Megan Reily Kara Riccardi Lynne Dunford Rossell Debbie Douglass Roth Jillian Roth Suzanne Rutledge Teresa Williams Sanders Jane Henslee Scott Chloe Secor Rachel Sholder Sue Maggio Sim Paula Hutson Simmons Rebecca Florence Simoni Dorothy Schoneker Skinner Sammye Smith Suzanne Carmack Spicer Jackie Brannon Stutts Nichole Sumpter Kathryn Zenier Swenson Jennifer Teeter Sandra Boots Tiberti

Kelly Stasko Toole Judy Baar Topinka Carolyn Turner Chris Usry-Arnold Karmen Vrooman Hannah Rebecca Walsh Valerie Wilson Wegner Leslie Russell Westbury Alice White Gail Read Windham Rebecca Woodburn Carolyn York Elizabeth Young Alpha Beta Chapter Delta Iota Chapter Delta Tau Chapter Epsilon Beta Chapter Epsilon Mu Chapter Epsilon Psi Chapter Epsilon Upsilon Chapter Gamma Iota Chapter Gamma Upsilon Chapter Gamma Zeta Chapter Kappa Beta Chapter Nu Alpha Chapter Omega Chapter Sigma Chapter Upsilon Chapter Zeta Delta Chapter Zeta Omicron Chapter Zeta Tau Chapter Zeta Upsilon Chapter Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Club Delta Theta Alumnae Chapter DuPage Area Alumnae Club Gamma Sigma Alpha

MEMORIALS

Contributions were made during the 2014-2015 fiscal year in memory of these ΑΓΔ members, family and friends: Elizabeth Diana Adams Nancy Sheppeard Atkinson Madrid Davis Bailey Paula Vatter Bennett Sandra Kellner Benson Michelle Berberet Virginia Floden Berliner Kathryn Harder Berner Rosemary Potts Bible Grace Austin Bickford Darlene Prouse Birkes Donna Lindstrand Blake Lois Lantz Brotherson Margaret Smith Buenzli Courtney E. Carter Natalie Chuma Kalynn Cole Judith Wart Cook Nancy Jo Slaughter Cook Joan Corless Mary Cuthbertson Crawford Sheila A Danilov

Beryl O. Duer Elinor Hager Durham Lynn Taylor Faller Alice Siegle Finnigan Martha Gibson Fox Barbara Feurer Freise Cheryl Garcia Leslie Paddock Garner Mary Lou Kranz Hammell Frances Pittard Haynes Ashleigh Caitlyn Hightower Marie Locker Hill-Chapiesky Janice Holtorf Hirsch Mary Wofford Honke Barbara Welliver Howe Virginia Henline Huffstutter Sadie Staly Hunt Barbara Walkinshaw Johnson Hope Elise Johnson Helen Kennedy Julia Coop Leaman Ashley Putman Leatherwood

Nancy Thompson Leine Martha Kensler Marland Arlene Jeffrey Martenson Carole Steward Martin Virginia Chestnut Mays Sharron Logan McCormack Ruth Snell Meyers Jean Merritt Mihalyka Helen Cavanagh Moak Diane Pierson Monnier Kimberly Bragg Moragne Nancy Thomas Morris Marilyn Morrison Ruth Coon Munro Marjorie Nelson Karen Janine Parker SaRita Obelgoner Parker Suzannah Catherine Piercy Dorothy Swift Rae Helen Gillette Reach Judith Rezabek Georgia Ogletree Ribar

Patricia Sprague Rudd Margaret Harris Saxon Danielle Schmoll Kelly-Ann Sheppard Loy Caren Burd Simons Suzanne Carmack Spicer Dolores Stevens Aileen Noxsel Strebel Barbara Thomas Judy Baar Topinka Loretta Manley Tucker Nancy ONeal Tuneski Barbara Uden Edith Bausher Weisand Jane Glismann Werfelman Juanita OBrien White Juanita Davidson Wilson Shirley Winn-Bannerot Lori Morton Witte Orpha Wagner Zahrt Chapter Grand Members of Beta Alpha Chapter 45


pearls of wisdom

KNOW HOW TO

Rediscover Your Passion

The Alpha Gamma Delta Communications Team attended the Fraternity Communications Association Annual Conference earlier this summer and was extremely inspired by the words of Kevin Wanzer. Kevin Wanzer is a professional speaker, but not just any speaker—he’s not what you think. His program empowers his audience, one laugh at a time. He spends his days traveling to countless college campuses sharing his rip-roaring comedic antics and spreading his message on love, laughter and leadership. Here, he shares how following your passion can help you inspire others and impact the world:

I

find myself blessed to visit and speak to audiences across the United States and beyond, using comedy to provoke thought, to promote kindness and to celebrate the diversity of others. I enjoy a passionately satisfying career finding the funny that surrounds us in life and mixing it all into a message that makes people smile, laugh and feel good about who they are and their part in their family, school, career or community. My favorite part of what I do is helping people rediscover and reconnect to their passions. Notice, I did not say discover their passions, but rediscover. I personally believe there are things we are born to love. Careers we are born to follow. Lives we are born to live passionately. Seeking to plug into your passion? Here are some things to consider: 1

What are your life double-take moments? What are some images, professions, words or ideas that when you read about them or hear them mentioned in the media you just have to double back to learn more?

2

If you could have your own version of “Freaky Friday” and swap lives with anyone, who would that be? Who is someone whose life you would like to experience?

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3

As a very young child, what did you enjoy doing? What did you pretend, read about, want to know more about and dream about?

4

If you knew you were absolutely guaranteed to succeed— that failure was not a possibility—what would you choose to do?

5

If you were independently wealthy, so you didn’t need to earn a living from your work, how would you spend your days?

When you’re in your passion, you’re fueled and you’re energized. You’re the best you, the real you. Celebrate it. Be kind to the people you have the privilege of encountering each day. Kindness and validation, wherever you offer it, always make a difference. Your smile may be the sign that causes someone’s own inner voice to whisper, “This is what you were meant to do.”


chapter grand

Alpha – Syracuse University Edith Vanderbeek Joseph ’34 Beta – University of WisconsinMadison Jeraldine Chapman Gordee ’47 Virginia Nyberg McGinnis ’40 Geraldine Sanders Pritchard ’38 Dorothy Swift Rae ’38 Delta – University of Minnesota Violet Rosacker Graf ’34 Suzanne Simmons Trauffer ’44 Epsilon – University of Kentucky Virginia Lake Hughes ’49 Zeta – Ohio University Barbara Smith Mihelick ’47 Eta – DePauw University Martha Whitmer Bark ’48 Jo Anne Cooper Fields ’41 Rosemary Beatson Irving ’51 Iota – University of Washington Verna Wood MacLean ’51 Elaine Vert Tucker ’43 Mu – Brenau University Mary Elizabeth Gresham Burson ’37 Xi – Illinois Wesleyan University Helen Snow Carlson ’40 Constance Connolly Platt ’47 Ellen Swartz Stewart ’48

Omicron – University of California, Berkeley Marie C. Costa Zec ’47 Pi – Coe College Margaret Graham Pugh ’46 Rho – Iowa State University Phyllis Nuss Brooks ’44 Sadie Staly Hunt ’46 Mary Rice Johnson ’42 Judith Lefgren McCracken ’57 Kathryn Dalbey Rettig ’58 Upsilon – University of Oklahoma Anita Bradford Holmes ’68

Alpha Kappa – Bowling Green State University Marilyn Betz Jones ’50 Alpha Lambda – The Ohio State University Karen Margard Reimsnyder ’53 Beta Alpha – Nebraska Wesleyan University Carmen Gates Birkby ’55 Beta Delta – Indiana University Michelle Morgan Dufour ’74 Gamma Alpha – University of Georgia Vera Ellen Mew Hiller ’47 Elizabeth Anderson Majors ’47

Phi – Oregon State University Cleora Ruby Eckhout ’79 Heidi Lee Webb ’77

Gamma Beta – Florida State University Mary Rinck Rideout ’39 Betty Boynton Shelfer ’30

Omega – University of Akron Lillian Abood Bagnoli ’60 Orpha Wagner Zahrt ’36

Gamma Delta – Auburn University Madrid Davis Bailey ’41 Lillian Goodner Pyburn ’50 Gamma Zeta – University of Memphis Margaret Gordon Taylor ’48

Alpha Alpha – University at Buffalo, The State University of NY Eleanor Rossow Snyder ’54 Alpha Beta – University of Michigan Jane Bueker Peterson ’48 Alpha Delta – Ohio Wesleyan University June Mandel Winold ’52 Alpha Eta – Dalhousie University Jane Cox Doane ’51

Gamma Lambda – Longwood University Barbara Lyman Lindsay ’66 Michelle Marie Case Valentine ’74

Delta Alpha – University of Southern California Martha Leslie Hess ’39 Delta Beta – Washington State University Sally Helmer ’51 Delta Gamma – Montana State University Lillian Dugan 2014 Alice Durland Ryniker ’32 Delta Epsilon – University of California, Los Angeles Patricia Danskin Keene ’44 Delta Theta – University of Idaho Shirley Williamson Wentz ’68 Epsilon Alpha – University of Missouri Mary F. Paul Law ’45 Epsilon Delta – University of Texas at Austin SaRita Obelgoner Parker ’51 Evelyn Zak Wagner ’52 Epsilon Kappa – Pittsburg State University Shirley Cline Messenger ’60 Epsilon Lambda – University of Central Missouri Victoria Jacobs Moore 2008

Gamma Omicron – Eastern Kentucky University Linda Freese Williams ’77

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a look back

F

A Founder’s Destiny

ounder Emily Helen Butterfield was a trailblazer into the very early world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Her work as an architect and artist inspired other women to pursue their dreams, no matter the gender stereotype. Emily had a vivid and vibrant personality, and she was a dreamer. Born in Detroit, Michigan, her parents had impressive artistic abilities, and her father, Wells D. Butterfield, was a well-known architect.

Before entering college, Emily studied with her father in the art of classification of armorial bearings and the tracing of genealogies. Having decided to follow in her father’s profession, she enrolled in architecture courses at Syracuse University in 1903. 48 quarterly | summer 2015

During her freshman year, Emily even sold some of her artwork. In the spring of 1906, she completed the Fraternity’s Coat of Arms. She also designed Alpha Gam’s pledge pin and the Armorial Bearings for several fraternities. After graduation, Emily continued to serve the Fraternity in a variety of roles, including as the architect for the Alpha Gamma Delta Summer Camp lodge, as well as the Alpha-Syracuse University and Chi-Michigan State University chapter houses. Emily’s work is still a treasured part of Alpha Gamma Delta’s history, and much of her work hangs on the walls of International Headquarters today, including the original blue prints for the Alpha chapter house! Her legacy will live on forever through her architecture and artwork.


Q corner

Spot a Squirrel!

OUR DIRECTORY INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS Executive Director, Wendy Bright Faust 8710 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46260 317.663.4200 info@alphagammadelta.org Office Hours - 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. EST ALPHA GAMMA DELTA FOUNDATION Executive Director, Julie Waitman Cretin 8710 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46260 317.663.4242 foundation@alphagammadelta.org Office Hours - 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. EST

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL

Visiting a restaurant and see a squirrel figurine? On vacation and spot a squirrel stuffed animal? Take a photo! Make sure the photograph is high resolution and only contains Alpha Gam sisters. More information is available on the Fraternity website.

INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT Rie Gerah Hoehner IP@alphagammadelta.org INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT-ALUMNAE Melissa Jacobson James IVPA@alphagammadelta.org INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT COLLEGIANS Lelia VanNorden Kelley IVPC@alphagammadelta.org INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENTMEMBERSHIP Marie Ford Palmer IVPM@alphagammadelta.org INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT-EXTENSION Lee Woodham Langub IVPE@alphagammadelta.org INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE Bobette Sandifer Thompson IVPF@alphagammadelta.org INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENTPANHELLENIC AFFAIRS Cinda Zehner O'Connor IVPPA@alphagammadelta.org

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA FOUNDATION Marlene Pontrelli, Delta Alpha-University of Southern California, shared a photo from her annual Delta Alpha pledge-sisters/roommates road trip. This year, they went to New Mexico!

PRESIDENT Patricia Tulley Riddiford riddi4d@comcast.net VICE PRESIDENT Debbie Douglass Roth SECRETARY Janis Lang Bartosz TREASURER Sue Maggio Sim TRUSTEES Estacia Medlen Brandenburg Deborah Schmidt Eschenbacher Rie Gerah Hoehner

FRATERNITY HOUSING CORPORATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Wendy Bright Faust

Roberta Phillips, Zeta Iota-Miami University, visited the Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands and came across a squirrel crossing sign on the castle grounds.

Joan Lightfoot Hallford, Epsilon Eta-Texas Christian University, spotted a squirrel while shopping in Seattle at the Public Market. It has to be an Alpha Gam Squirrel!

PRESIDENT Katie Jolley Abernathy kabernathy@alphagammadelta.org DIRECTORS Gail Calkins Duree Mary Beth Dulcey Morabito Bobette Sandifer Thompson

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We love the photos that our collegians and alumnae sent us. Have a photoshoot planned for this fall semester? Be sure to share your collegiate and alumnae photos with us, too! Email or Dropbox them to quarterly@alphagammadelta.org.

Quarterly Summer 2015  

Alpha Gamma Delta's Summer 2015 Quarterly

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