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A L PH A PH I F O U N DAT I O N

ADVANCING OUR FUTURE L E A D ER S H I P • S C H O L A R S H I P • H E A R T H E A LT H F O RGE T ME N OT • HER I TAGE

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A L P H A P H I F O U N D AT I O N

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mary Beth Cooleen Tully (Epsilon Psi-Lehigh), Chair Colleen Sirhal (Theta-Michigan), Vice Chair Claire Costin (Omega-Texas), Treasurer Coree Christine Smith (Epsilon Theta-Northern Iowa), Secretary Gretchen Wilson Alarcon (Kappa-Stanford) Jenny Concepcion Hansen (Beta Pi-USC) Susan McNeice (Epsilon Nu-Delaware) Susan Zabriskie (Theta-Michigan) Rebecca Zanatta (Beta Rho-Washington State) Renee Smith Zimmerman Zainer (Beta Epsilon-Arizona), Ex-Officio, Alpha Phi Fraternity International President

STAFF Amy Peebles (Beta-Northwestern), Executive Director

CONTENTS

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PROGRAM IMPACT Your dollars at work

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REVENUE BREAKDOWN

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DONOR LISTS

Your contributions matter

Ieesha Anderson, Controller Crista Cate Vasina (Delta Gamma-Northern Colorado), Senior Director of Development Carolyn LeBaugh Gregg (Eta Psi-Eastern Washington), Director of Individual Giving Anne McMurray Wolfcale (Beta-Northwestern), Major Gifts Officer Lizzie Hineman (Gamma-DePauw), Manager of Communications and Chapter Giving Rachel Ray (Gamma Phi-Florida State), Program Manager Emily Chamberlain (Epsilon Beta-Butler), Chapter Giving Coordinator Taylor McNeil (Beta Mu-Alabama), Development Coordinator Maia Gadsden (Zeta Pi-Case Western Reserve), Office Administrator

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Recognizing those who give

Donor Lists in this report reflect current member status and recognize alumnae donors for gifts received between July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018.


Together, our sisterhood demonstrates the power of philanthropy as a force for good in our chapters, on our campuses and in communities around the world. L E T T E R F R O M T H E F O U N D AT I O N

DEAR SISTERS,

I continue to be inspired by the spirit and commitment of Alpha Phi women as they make their personal journey from new member to treasured alumna. Together, our sisterhood demonstrates the power of philanthropy as a force for good in our chapters, on our campuses and in communities around the world. The 2017-2018 Donor Impact Report is about much more than one block of time. It’s truly about the investments we made this year in looking further ahead. Our organizational view focuses on long-term success, from framing our strategic objectives in support of the Fraternity and women's heart health to strengthening engagement with Alpha Phi members and loyal donors to earning the trust of more supporters. With your generosity, more collegians and alumnae received the life-changing renewal and encouragement of an academic scholarship

or Forget Me Not grant. Thanks to our collegiate chapters and tireless alumnae, we have raised more funds, gained more volunteers and enabled our members to participate in transformative leadership experiences like UIFI, ELI, and the Fellows Program. These experiences prepare students to lead lives of meaning and purpose, and every Alpha Phi Foundation donor shares in their success. Through the passion and support of Alpha Phis around the world, Alpha Phi Foundation has invested over $1 million in research and education for women’s heart health. Yale School of Medicine, our 2018 Heart to Heart Grant recipient, and its team of women cardiologists and researchers are conducting cutting-edge research for women considering statin therapy as preventative treatment for heart disease and stroke.

The information that follows demonstrates your impact in strengthening Alpha Phi and ensuring the future of our sisterhood. None of this would have been possible without you. We are honored to have you as generous and loyal supporters and look forward to a deeper engagement with each of you. On behalf of the Board of Directors, volunteers, and Foundation staff, thank you for your enduring commitment to Alpha Phi. Loyally,

Mary Beth Cooleen Tully (Epsilon Psi-Lehigh) Alpha Phi Foundation Board Chair

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SCHOLARSHIPS

This year, through the generosity of our donors, Alpha Phi Foundation awarded a historic $277,000+ in scholarships given to 22 graduate and 46 undergraduate members. This diverse group of women represents the breadth of drive, intellect, and servant leadership that exists within our sisterhood. Meet all 68 Alpha Phis who received scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year. Below are just a few of these outstanding scholars:

LUCY HART FINNERTY PHI CHAPTER CENTENNIAL SCHOLARSHIP The Lucy Hart Finnerty Phi Centennial Scholarship was established in 2017 to celebrate the 100th year of the Phi Chapter at The University of Oklahoma. “This scholarship will help me pursue my legal education, so that I can become an advocate for the underrepresented.” Reagan Metz (Phi-Oklahoma) Juris Doctor

CANADIAN CENTENNIAL SCHOLARSHIP It is exciting when Foundation programs intersect so beautifully! Through the support of this scholarship, Bailey will be able to meaningfully contribute to the field of women’s cardiac care, a cause near and dear to the hearts of Alpha Phis everywhere. “I am honored to be a scholarship recipient this year. This scholarship will help fund the completion of my Master's thesis project, which focuses on the sex differences in aortic valve disease. This project is especially meaningful to me, because I am predisposed to develop aortic valve disease in the future. It is humbling, and uplifting to know that the Alpha Phi Foundation believes in me, my academics, and my thesis project.” Bailey Bernknopf (Iota Theta-Wilfrid Laurier) Masters of Applied Science/Biomedical Engineering

JANE KINNEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP This scholarship is the largest Foundation award and one of the highest honors for undergraduate recipients. The Foundation recognizes the rising cost of education and is committed to awarding scholarships that will make a significant impact on the overwhelming cost of tuition. “The Jane Kinney Memorial Scholarship will fully pay for my last year of college, helping me to focus on my academics and not on stressful student loans. I will be graduating in May of 2019 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Education; therefore, I will be using the achievement of winning this scholarship as a model to teach my students about how a strong work ethic and passion can lead to success.” Siena Catanzaro (Epsilon Kappa-West Chester) Education, Focus in English and Writing

FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP Alpha Phi Foundation established five Foundation need-based scholarships to further assist our members in their academic endeavors. With this assistance, our scholarship recipients are able to pursue their intellectual curiosity without burden and share their gifts and talents with their communities. “I hope to inspire empathy by working as a therapist for refugees who have endured trauma. Receiving this scholarship is an enormous blessing, and it brings me one step closer to providing hope to those who feel broken.” Enya Pfeiffer (Zeta Iota-Virginia) Psychology

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S C H O L A R S H I P R E C I P I E N T S TAT S

$277,290 AWARDED

$17,900

MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL AWARD

68 RECIPIENTS 22

Graduate

46

Undergraduate

Our recipients are pursuing degrees in all areas of study, ranging from early childhood education to forensic psychology to biomedical engineering. 27 recipients are pursuing degrees in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: 5 of whom are pursuing their MDs and 14 are pursuing other health-related degrees

CELEBRATING ALPHA PHI’S HISTORY

HONORING PHYLLIS SIMS SELIG

$64,070 RAISED

August 22, 2017 marked the beginning of the Phyllis Sims Selig Heritage Challenge, a 10-day fundraising campaign that would fund the writing and publication of Volume II of the history book. As a past International President, Board Member, architect, and lifelong volunteer, Phyllis Sims Selig (Gamma Delta-Kansas) meant so much to so many Alpha Phis. In 2017, her daughters Sarah Selig (Zeta Delta-Iowa State) and Susan Selig Bullington (Nu-Nebraska) initiated the Phyllis Sims Selig Memorial Grant, a $30,000 matching grant to honor their mother’s passion for preserving and honoring Alpha Phi’s heritage.

$221

AVERAGE GIFT

150

197

TOTAL DONORS

PAGES WRITTEN IN VOLUME II

Thank you to the 150 generous donors who came together to raise more than $34,000 in just 10 days! With the Phyllis Sims Selig Memorial Grant, the total was over $64,000, fully funding Volume II of Alpha Phi Foundation’s three-part history book series. This book explores the forces and faces that shaped Alpha Phi International Fraternity during its second fifty years.

8 recipients are pursuing degrees in Business/Management and Finance/ Accounting

Alpha Phi International Fraternity: The Second Fifty Years (1923-1972), Alpha Phi Toujours is available now!

7 recipients are pursuing degrees in Education

Learn more: alphaphifoundation.org/heritage

9 recipients are pursuing an Economics, Political Science, and Globally-focused degree: 4 of whom are pursuing their Law degree. 2017 - 2018 DONOR IMPACT REPORT

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$100,000 AWARDED TO THE YALE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

HEART TO HEART GRANT

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LEARN MO ABOUT RE HEART OUR HEA P R O G R LT H AMS

RECIPIENT S TORY

YALE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE “If we could better equip women with the information they need about cardiovascular risk, then they could fully engage as equal partners with their clinicians in discussions on whether statin therapy is right for them. It may be the case that more women would consider this preventative step. Some may decide not to take statins, which is okay, too.” – Dr. Erica Spatz

Yale School of Medicine is using the $100,000 Heart to Heart Grant to fund the #DIGIN project led by cardiologists Erica S. Spatz, MD, MHS, Lisa Freed, MD, and Sasanka Jayasuriya, MD in partnership with The Patient Revolution, a nonprofit organization which develops resources to promote personalized healthcare. This project uses a human-centered design to engage diverse groups of women in peer-group events with a dual purpose: to provide women with a space to discuss their cardiovascular health, particularly as it relates to the use of statins; and to gather data that will be used to design decision aids for women when considering statin therapy as preventative treatment for heart disease and stroke.

Statin therapy is a key strategy in the prevention of heart disease, the leading cause of death in women over the age of 40 living in the United States, as it lowers cholesterol and reduces inflammation and oxidative stress. This project aims to explore the many factors that lead to a woman’s decision to take or not to take statins, starting with discussions around assessing one’s baseline risk for heart disease, which varies for each person. This project allows for Alpha Phi involvement at both the collegiate and alumna level. Ellie Pinchbeck, a rising junior at Epsilon Psi (Lehigh), worked as an intern with Yale School of Medicine this past summer where she conducted preliminary research for the #DIGIN project. Alumnae are also encouraged to host peer-group events in their own communities to gather data and ideas from women around the country. The Yale team conducted their first event during our Founders’ Day of Giving celebration with Alpha Phis in the Chicago area. If you are interested in hosting a peer-group event with women in your community as part of the #DIGIN project, please reach out to Dr. Erica Spatz at erica.spatz@yale.edu for more information.

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FORGET ME NOT GRANT In the fall of 2017, many were affected by natural disasters occurring around the country. In the midst of the devastation following the hurricanes and wildfires, Alpha Phi Foundation was there to remind that the love and support of Alpha Phi’s sisterhood is for life. Over 20 Alpha Phis, both collegians and alumnae, were assisted through the Forget Me Not Fund, helping those impacted by these natural disasters begin to rebuild their lives. Below are a few of their stories:

DEBBIE MCGALIN

(Omega-Texas) Alumna affected by Hurricane Harvey

“Two weeks after we were rescued by boat, when the four feet of water had finally receded, we were able to return home. Our ruined belongings made a pile ten feet in the air covering more than half of the yard. The devastation was overwhelming, but so were the thoughts of repair because we didn’t have flood insurance. The Alpha Phi Forget Me Not Grant helped my family start on the road to recovery. I will be forever grateful to the sisters and friends who have contributed to this fund. I never thought I would need the help, but Alpha Phi was there for me and my family in our greatest time of need. Thank you!”

JENNIFER WRIGHT

NATALIE SELVAGE

(Delta Theta-Western Michigan) Alumna affected by the Tubbs Wildfire

(Theta Upsilon-CSU Chico) Collegian affected by the Tubbs Wildfire

“On October 9, 2017 our family was abruptly evacuated from our home in Santa Rosa, CA because of the fast approaching Tubbs Wildfire. Just a few hours later we learned that we had lost everything along with 4,000+ homes in our city. Shortly after posting on social media that we were safe and staying with friends, a sorority sister reached out asking if she could start the process of funding a Forget Me Not grant for my family. We were overwhelmed with gratitude and beyond thankful for the assistance from a sister thousands of miles away. The grant helped us get back on our feet and purchase the essentials our family needed. It’s because of community like this we will come out of this tragedy even stronger than before.”

“My home was unfortunately affected by the Tubbs Wildfire in 2017. My family and I lost everything, and my world felt like it was falling apart. While I was coping with my situation, my amazing sisters nominated me for the Forget Me Not Grant. I was fortunate enough to receive a grant to help pay for my school tuition for the semester. This lifted a huge weight off my shoulders while I was attending school when the fires were destroying my hometown for weeks. My sisters and sorority gave me a positive light during a very dark time in my life. I cannot thank them enough for all they did for me.”

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FORGET ME NOT GRANT PROGRAM

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$709,350 AWARDED TO LEADERSHIP AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

LEADERSHIP AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS SUPPORTED BY FRATERNITY GRANTS COLLEGIATE CHAPTER PRESIDENT’S ACADEMY

NEW!

$71,377­­­

The Collegiate Chapter President’s Academy provided an interactive training experience for 161 collegiate women at Alpha Phi Fraternity’s 72nd Biennial Convention in June. Eagle’s Flight, an experiential leadership development program, kicked off academy with Red Line Racing, where participants learned the importance of driving to win, learning from the best, perseverance, and the power to course correct. Then, through practice-scenarios built upon chapter president’s roles and responsibilities, the Leadership and Training Studio equipped participants with the skills to manage people, handle conflict, and influence change. Chapter leaders walked away from Collegiate Chapter President’s Academy with a robust understanding of teamwork, the need for collaboration, and the value of feedback.

“I am much more confident in myself, and I have the Fellows Program to thank for that! I feel more confident entering the 'real world' and will push myself to make a difference.” Samantha Mestaes (Iota Zeta-Colorado School of Mines) Leadership Fellows Graduate

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EMERGING LEADERS INSTITUTE (3 SESSIONS) $224,086

The Emerging Leaders Institute provided 149 collegiate women with the opportunity to apply the values of Alpha Phi as they learn how to lead with authenticity, integrity, and confidence. Attendees practiced leadership and communication skills, deepened their understanding of Alpha Phi Ritual, and discovered their personal values, all while building a community of support among sisters from across North America. Participants returned to their chapters feeling empowered and confident in their ability to initiate positive changes in their chapters, on their campuses, and in their communities. “I now feel like I can be part of the next generation of women leaders ready to tear down barriers that have been set before us. I can't wait to bring this newfound energy back to my chapter and share how much it has impacted my life in a positive way. Without ELI, I wouldn't be the woman I am today.” – Lauren Bostedo (Epsilon Iota-Duquesne)

DIGNITY U

NEW!

$5,000

DignityU is an educational program designed to empower sorority members to honor the inherent value and worth of every human being. Through this program, members not only examine how dignity impacts a person's own thoughts and actions, but they also build critical intervention skills to utilize when someone else’s dignity is being violated. Through social media campaigns, videos highlighting member experiences, and advisor trainings, DignityU uses a multi-faceted approach to provide foundational resources for enhancing our collegiate members’ interactions both within the chapter and out in the community.


UNDERGRADUATE INTERFRATERNITY INSTITUTE (UIFI) $6,475

The Foundation funded the opportunity for 10 collegiate Alpha Phis to attend UIFI, a 5-day leadership institute for collegians to explore, define, and enhance their leadership skills. Participants developed strategies for their chapters, councils, and communities based upon their fraternal values. Members who attended this institute returned to their chapters better prepared to take on leadership positions and equipped with a broadened interfraternal network.

AFLV (ASSOCIATION OF NEW! FRATERNAL LEADERSHIP & VALUES CONFERENCE) SCHOLARSHIP $555

This year, the Foundation funded a scholarship for an undergraduate member from Miami University to attend the AFLV Conference, a 4-day leadership institute focused on addressing the issues fraternal communities face today. The conference participant returned to her chapter prepared to take on leadership positions and resolve issues in her chapter and on her campus.

CAMPUS CLARITY $25,000

Campus Clarity is an online educational program designed to minimize risks associated with alcohol, drugs, and sexual violence. Through a three-part course called Think About It, students are empowered to make healthy choices. Think About It offers a comprehensive harm-reduction approach that addresses the relationship between alcohol, drugs, and sexual violence instead of educating on each topic in isolation.

LEADERSHIP FELLOWS $115,100

The Leadership Fellows Program provided 40 upperclassmen women the opportunity to develop their leadership potential through classroom and real-life training, as well as opportunities for networking and professional enrichment to position them for success as the next generation of business and community leaders. This program also provided alumnae the opportunity to volunteer and engage with the collegiate members through small group coaching and facilitation.

HAZINGPREVENTION.ORG SILVER LEVEL SPONSORSHIP $1,000

HazingPrevention.Org is a national organization dedicated to its mission to prevent hazing in college and in university student groups. Through this sponsorship, Alpha Phi had access to educational materials and tools, such as webinars, newsletters, and in-person institutes, to empower our collegiate members to promote hazing prevention in their chapters and on their campuses.

CHAPTER LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT $21,817

The Chapter Leadership Development program provides leadership, scholarship, and networking components for the continuing development of collegiate chapter leaders, ELCs, and alumnae volunteers. Through the Leadership Online programming series, leadership conference programming and speakers, member online resources, training and support for chapter officers, community service materials, and networking panels, members have access to the materials needed to make a difference on their campuses and in their communities.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONSULTANTS (ELCs) $222,461

ELCs visit campuses to help support and cultivate leaders within the chapter through mentoring and educating members. During these campus visits, ELCs facilitate discussion and workshops for Alpha Phi’s collegiate membership on the topics of scholarship, philanthropy, educational programming, leadership, and personal development. In 2017-18, 20 Educational Leadership Consultants and Specialists visited 166 chapters and 2 colonies. They provided guidance to more than 2,000 collegiate officers and worked with nearly 600 alumnae volunteers.

2018 CONGRESSIONAL HILL VISITS $16,479

Each April, The Fraternal Government Relations Coalition invites students and alumni from Greek organizations to Washington, D.C. to help educate members of Congress and their staffs about the value of the Greek system. This year, the Foundation funded the opportunity for four collegiate and five alumnae Alpha Phis to participate. Participants attended professional lobbying training in which they discovered strategies for confronting challenges facing their chapters and the greater Greek community, honed their networking skills, and contributed to building a positive presence for Greek students in Washington, D.C. “The skills that I learned over the course of the four days that I was in D.C. are transferable to my hopeful future career in nearly every way. I learned how to successfully craft and sell my best argument for a cause and community I care more about than anything, and I will (hopefully) be using this skill for years to come as an aspiring future lawyer.” – Chesney Arend (Psi-South Dakota)

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REVENUE BREAKDOWN

$6,084,229 TOTAL REVENUE

$1,445,851 TOTAL RESTRICTED

$4,638,378 TOTAL UNRESTRICTED

DONOR BREAKDOWN FOR FY18 Friends: 44% Alumnae: 29% Family: 17% Collegians: 10%

*M  ore Alpha Phi Foundation financial information and statistics may be found online at alphaphifoundation.org/financials.

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SYMBOLS KEY Martha Foote Crow Society Frances E. Willard Society 1872 Society Lily of the Valley Society Legacy Society Gold Society Clara Bradley Burdette Society Silent Chapter Symbols recognize donors for their loyal lifetime support and other giving societies of which an alumna is part. For more information on all of our giving societies, please visit alphaphifoundation.org/give/ giving-societies.

ANNUAL GIVING CIRCLES

We thank our most committed alumnae donors for leading with heart and for demonstrating their belief in the promise and potential of the women of Alpha Phi through their annual gifts. Because of your generosity, we are able to make an immediate impact on the Fraternity, its members, and our communities.

CONSTELLATION CIRCLE $10,000 and Above Theta (Michigan) Beverly Lasher Sigma (Washington) Mardette DeGarmo Flodin Tau (Oregon) Virginia Bradford

Beta Delta (UCLA) Kimberly Hoon

Beta Rho (Washington State) Rebecca Andrew Zanatta

Kappa (Stanford) Kathryn Rydberg

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green) Susan Weiskittle Barrick Carol Koch Taller

Beta Omega (Kent State) Nicole Manross Bluso

Lambda (UC Berkeley) Merle Chambers

Gamma Tau (Willamette) Terri Ostlund Brooks

Xi (Toronto) Alison Nash

Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce) Ilana Rossel Narosov

Omicron (Missouri) Kathleen Hamilton Marcia Lane Valerie Lawlor Shannon Brittan O'Hanlon Judith Sohns Runk Ashley Munsell Sanders

Gamma Nu (Miami University) Sara Graf Gamma Pi (Arizona State) Diane Neis Thomas Gamma Rho (Penn State) Kimberly Brown Brannon Delta Theta (Western Michigan) Kathleen Feeney Hiemstra

Delta Gamma (Northern Colorado) Judy Kay Mead Crista Cate Vasina

Epsilon Nu (Delaware) Susan McNeice

Epsilon Gamma (Sacramento State) Louanne Steiger Nourse

Beta Psi (San Jose State) Jane Claussen Finger Monique Mariscal

Zeta Gamma (Santa Clara) Wendy Barnes

Epsilon Theta (Northern Iowa) Coree Smith

Gamma Sigma (Wisconsin Stout) Karen McChesney Howe

LOYALTY CIRCLE

Epsilon Psi (Lehigh) Mary Beth Cooleen Tully

Delta Alpha (East Carolina) Diane Spry Straker

$2,500 – $4,999

Beta Pi (USC) Jenny Concepcion Hansen

Delta Chi (William Woods) Donna Weekes Edwards

IVY CIRCLE $5,000 – $9,999 Delta (Cornell) Amy Bunszel Theta (Michigan) Colleen Sirhal Iota (Wisconsin) Barbara Williams Kappa (Stanford) Gretchen Wilson Alarcon

Theta (Michigan) Susan Zabriskie Rho (Ohio State) Jean Creamer Hodges Sigma (Washington) Susan Bevan Chi (Montana) Shana Goss Smith

Zeta Lambda (Southern New Hampshire) Barbara Painter Buzzelli

Sigma (Washington) Patricia Bergen Corbin Phi (Oklahoma) Billie Battiato Michele Quiroga Psi (South Dakota) Lisa Tuttle Herbert Genevieve Evans Taylor Margaret Cash Wegner Omega (Texas) Diane Johanson Jones

Theta Eta (Western University) Emily Mordhorst

Beta Alpha (Illinois) Kristine Kuhrt Vittore

POWER OF 1000

Beta Beta (Michigan State) Jaime Welsh Vinck

$1,000 – $2,499

Beta Beta (Michigan State) Susan Brink Sherratt

Beta (Northwestern) Jean Sheridan

Beta Delta (UCLA) Debra Gierut

Gamma (DePauw) Sally McCall Grant

Beta Pi (USC) Pat Atkinson Solange Soward

Delta (Cornell) Jane D. Tanner

Beta Gamma (Colorado) Teresa Gillian Gray Beta Delta (UCLA) Judy Milne Benson Kayla Manion Nancy Salisbury Trillo Beta Epsilon (Arizona) Jean Ikeda Ashley Lopez Beta Kappa (Denison) Colleen Coughlin 2017 - 2018 DONOR IMPACT REPORT

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“The women I have worked with over the last seven or eight years have truly inspired me. They are bright, funny, driven women who have gone on to become lawyers, physicians, philanthropists, nurses, teachers, and the list goes on. They are all making a difference in the world. All of these women, young and not so young, are caring and compassionate and want to make the world a better place for everyone. Many of the opportunities given to these women are because of the Foundation and the services it provides.” – Becky Cornwell Brinson (Delta Epsilon-Iowa) Chapter Advisor at Gamma Phi-Florida State

Beta Lambda (Rollins) Meredith Ross

Gamma Nu (Miami University) Jean Cameron Hahm

Delta Eta (Adrian) Jennifer Crawford

Theta Gamma (Truman State) Jaime Alsup Ryberg

Beta Nu (Duke) Martha Watkins Mast

Gamma Xi (Wichita State) Shirley Clegg Dieker

Delta Rho (Ball State) Suzette Brown Miller

Theta Delta (Creighton) Angela Lax

Beta Pi (USC) Allison Jaskowiak Kennedy

Gamma Omicron (Drake) Corrine Mack Doty

Delta Chi (William Woods) Zelda Decker Casanova

Theta Kappa (Rochester) Janis Coughlin Piester

Beta Tau (Indiana) Jennifer Butler

Gamma Pi (Arizona State) Jenny Holsman Tetreault

Epsilon Delta (Northern Illinois) Jennifer Frobish

Theta Xi (Shippensburg) Misty Milburn Wilson

Beta Chi (Bucknell) Nancy Owen Craig

Gamma Sigma (Wisconsin Stout) Margie Anderson

Epsilon Nu (Delaware) Susan Carrochi Sherman

Theta Tau (Rensselaer) Deanna Cochener

Gamma Tau (Willamette) Michele Patterson

Zeta Alpha (Eastern Illinois) Patty Goetz Barbara Schmeink Peek

Iota Epsilon (Kettering) Angela Sommerville Aaron

Gamma Alpha (San Diego State) Donna Miller

Delta Alpha (East Carolina) Linda Gardner Massie

Zeta Iota (Virginia) Renee Verspoor

Gamma Beta (UC Santa Barbara) Karen Jensen Halualani

Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce) Carolyn Venable Kahler Jandy Thompson

Zeta Mu (Colorado State) Tammy Miller-Davison

Beta Psi (San Jose State) Tricia Lee McNabb Lanzino Lisa Cordoni Matherly

Gamma Iota (Texas Tech) Chree Boydstun Sheila George Bright Kimberly Spadoni Criscuolo Deana Koonsman Gage Emily Ellison Lamb Leslie McDaniel Moore Gamma Kappa (CSU Long Beach) Laura Jen Kin Berger

Delta Delta (Oklahoma City) Angela Fillmore Bachman Jacqueline Fiegel Delta Zeta (Maryland) Lucille Toniolo Delta Epsilon (Iowa) Becky Cornwell Brinson Ruth Gallagher Nelson

Eta Beta (CSU San Bernardino) Christen Shelton Flamm Tobi Nieland Eta Iota (Pennsylvania) Madison Goldstein Eta Kappa (UC Irvine) Nicole Ford Eta Lambda (George Mason) Jackee Schools Eta Psi (Eastern Washington) Carolyn LeBaugh Gregg

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ANNIVERSARY CIRCLE $144 – $999 Alpha Lambda (Alumna Initiate) Annemargaret Connolly Maureen Destafano Elizabeth Ferraro Fuller Donna Wagner Alpha (Syracuse) Suzanne Blowers Casey Cutler Laura Thyberg

Beta (Northwestern) Jean Bissey Katie Chang Barbara Nitchie Fuldner Janet Klein Hollingshead Susan Howe Margaret Knights Hultsch Amy Peebles Barbara Talbott Sherry Sarginson Unger Julie Watts

Nu (Nebraska) Carole Briggs Susan Bullington Lori Davidsaver Kirsten Hosman Pamela Geu Lay Gweneth Sahn Madison Lin Shipley

Eta (Boston) Mariana Schlock

Omicron (Missouri) Leah Davis Anika Gatrell Gigi Gill Tammy Csolak Grzeskowiak Melanie Hedrick Mary Williams Hippe Kerry Horton Lynn Hudson Susan Chaffin Matthews Myra Nitschke Christine Kraemer Rittberger Beverly Fitch Roberts Ann Self Gema Tenorio Simmons Suzanne Gallais Skelly Sena Spessard Rosalie Stein Samantha Thomason Kim Larsen Watson Mary Weeks Nicole Wilson

Gamma (DePauw) Nancy Devoe Jill Taubensee Havey Lizzie Hineman Michelle Payne Delta (Cornell) Mary Ann Byers Sue Collins Marcia Dearman Corrigan Lisa Gangarosa Susanne Solomon Helene Workman Epsilon (Minnesota) Megan Bouche Caroline Dunn Maureen Hurley Helga Visscher Theta (Michigan) Stella Betrus Katy Ferrando Caroline Frommelt Rachel Gordon Megan Hannigan Molly McInerney Marilyn Meek Georgia Faye Tapsall Claire Tauckus Kristina Udell Hannah Van Cleef Joan Wells Iota (Wisconsin) Virginia Fearing Borgeson Lee Otjen Steenken Madeline Wabiszewski Kappa (Stanford) Susan Edelman Lambda (UC Berkeley) Hilary Cooper Laura Crowe Lexie Dutch Nancy Shurtleff

Xi (Toronto) Ashley Haugh

Rho (Ohio State) Patricia Kusko Applegate Abby Ayers Mary Jones O'Shaughnessey Sigma (Washington) Colleen Vandenboom Suzi Ward Tau (Oregon) Saori Clark Antoinette Hatfield Linda Keller Rachel Mazoff Phi (Oklahoma) Nancy Alsup Sharon Barnes Diana Busch Hartley Sarah Gray McCoy Tonya Sharp Ryan Stacey Hays Scott Jana Keel Shook Kimberly Sorensen Chi (Montana) Chelsea Lalum


Psi (South Dakota) Lucy Benitez Susan Hansen Shade Omega (Texas) Marian Brancaccio Erin Peterson Gutierrez Alice Hatfield Bettie Barnes Liebzeit Kristen Lounsbury Susan McCoin Clarissa Mitchell Patricia Connally Robbins Frances Robinson Jennifer Larson Ryback Laura Smith Beta Alpha (Illinois) Lee Antonio Marilyn Markus Cooper Margie Freese Sally Hauter Ellen Azzarello Kelly Jo Martin Michelle Moceri Beta Beta (Michigan State) Suzanne Cook Callie Goniwiecha Elizabeth Koziara Betsy Barkwell Mathiesen Nancy Scott Ann Spariosu Sally Stoll Joy Knudson Walker Beta Gamma (Colorado) Laura Keene Demmer Mary Carolyn Gamache Sheila Totorp Krista Wexall Beta Delta (UCLA) Betty Brill Judith Nelson Ebright Laura Ellett Karin Johnson Cheryl Ritchie Marcz Kristina McCombe Alin Hernandez Wall Beta Epsilon (Arizona) Olivia Barton Gretchen Bender Chloe Engelbrecht Mollie Carroll Grady Jaymie Foreman Irwin Lisa Cabaniss Olson Elena Saccone Alyvia Visser Renee Zainer

Beta Zeta (Idaho) Karla Friede Kristi Hanson Linda Mitchell Nye Beta Theta (British Columbia) Molly Moriarty Russell Yui Nonoyama Beta Iota (West Virginia) Jean Clark Mary Glasscock Gianna Gonzales Judith Miller Beta Kappa (Denison) Myra Glasser Barnes Beta Lambda (Rollins) Sally Gray Jackson Beta Mu (Alabama) Amanda Phillips McVicker Martha Miller Beta Nu (Duke) Sylvia Arey Marian Lowry Mary Pettitt Beta Omicron (Bowling Green) Sarah Dariano Nicole Fratianne Sylvia Goeke Joan Graham Betty Jacques Jan Brinker Schaeffer Linda Schnetzer Patricia Ward Shears Jodi Stewart Beta Pi (USC) Audrey Biggerstaff Bergeson Yvonne Bogdanovich Joyce Johnson Laura Shartle Barbara Chappell Tingley Lindsay Wiggins Beta Rho (Washington State) Sara Labberton Brennan Diane Lipinski Colley Roberta Gilley Elysia Brown Labita Cheri Miller Margo Newman Kathleen Thompson Christi Gray Wicks Beta Sigma (Utah) Judith Swaner Castellion

Beta Upsilon (Oregon State) Julia Brim Lindsey Couts Beta Tau (Indiana) Lori Cooney Babigian Margaret Lennox Howley Jean Lewry Sarah Simon Beta Phi (Whitman) Esther Milnes Beta Chi (Bucknell) Elizabeth Wright Cunningham Beta Psi (San Jose State) Connie Brandner Diane Shearer Fahsholtz Makenzie Hess Beta Omega (Kent State) Nora Davis Kieser Alyssa Mittereder Olivia Orolin Arielle Shaw Peg DeChant Thornburg Gamma Alpha (San Diego State) Savannah Friedberg Cassandra Garner Karen Halverstadt Miller Nancy Demers Nimmo Allison Powell Ava Thobe Gamma Beta (UC Santa Barbara) Juanita Gebb Acha Pam King Crone Gamma Gamma (Drury) Pamela Sinco Sherry Tobaben Wilcher Gamma Delta (Kansas) Ellen Arney Janetta Fink Call Jane Ausherman Horttor Madelyn Larkin Betty Miller Helen Jorgenson Sutherland Gamma Epsilon (Lake Forest) Elizabeth Snider Gamma Zeta (Puget Sound) Kathy Schiller Judkins Amy Noble Novitsky Katherine Rice Gamma Eta (North Texas) Shannon Armstrong

Betty Boyd Francisco Beverly Blair Johnson Lynn Rambo Colleen Ryan Gamma Theta (Colorado College) Arlene Asdel Gamma Iota (Texas Tech) Jessamy Anderson Stephanie Anderson Christine Williams Barr Melissa Bledsoe Megan Mundy Carruth Anna Lee Caudry Linda Boon Defee Terre Brown Dorety Heather Albright Dunn Stacey Taylor Eller Edie Wash Fanning Jessica Forsdick Beverly Burleson Hendon Christie Padgett Hirst Ashley Hellen Hopson Lois Ricketts Ingram Kristine Thoreson Insignares Lauren Locke Nancy Luttrull Nancy Adamson Marcus Becky Stribling Mayad Angela Scioli McGuire Marche Lane Milam Nan Gentry Poe Denise Dusek Potter Haili Rumsey Judith Courtney Salinas Catherine Crutchfield Schifter Katherine Cartwright Thomas Marcy Ewing Van Galen Sarah Smiley Weik Darcel Atwill Weller Amy Hughes Wheeler Gamma Kappa (CSU Long Beach) Pippa Bowen Arline Coward Suzanne Rhodes O'Hara Dorothy Strand Gamma Lambda (Houston) Emily Hippen Gamma Mu (Georgia State) Carol Patton Gamma Nu (Miami University) Susan Bond Colleen Bowman Amanda Minchin Carter Sharon McDade Maria Santiago

Gamma Xi (Wichita State) Traci Langston Della Lickteig Malinda Shock Christina Basinger Ward

Delta Epsilon (Iowa) Carole Schwake Hodgson Bonita Morgan Michele Murphy Delta Eta (Adrian) Beverly Hammerstrom Megan Kipp Andrea Robison Heather Scheuer

Gamma Omicron (Drake) Joy Baer Corey Carlson Lauren Goetze Glenda Hatley Michelle Parks Janice Perry Valerie Williamson

Delta Theta (Western Michigan) Michelle Mathiesen

Gamma Pi (Arizona State) Raechel M Owen Gamma Sigma (Wisconsin Stout) Sarah Calkins Sharon Petrie

Delta Kappa (Wisconsin La Crosse) Carol Wahl Gretchen Nicholson Wing

Gamma Phi (Florida State) Kelsey Rodgers

Delta Mu (Purdue) Caroline Gustafson Ault Nicolle De Roeck Emily Duarte Kathleen Gerlach Susan Hansen Marlene Bursky Heeg Janet Allen Power Jacquie Alexander Worley

Gamma Omega (Midwestern State) Wynell Hosch

Delta Xi (Nebraska Kearney) Chris Hehner Rachael Cochran Page

Delta Alpha (East Carolina) Diane Warlick

Delta Nu (Maine) Katie Foster Mary Gatchell Gauvin Samantha Lott Hale Andrea Hayes Lott Margery Furman Perry

Gamma Upsilon (Wisconsin Milwaukee) Virginia Maher

Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce) Lisa Troncoso Castillo Kathleen Eggert Rutherford Brittany Wilson Delta Gamma (Northern Colorado) Brenna Cate Cheryl Carr Futera Jesse Kahat Carol Lang Lita Putnam Schaffer Jill Herdman Trotter Delta Delta (Oklahoma City) Lisa Haning Blackburn Amanda Heaps Jenny Johnson Bonnie Myshrall Jeri Richardson Nicole Rubin Alisha Meoli Wilke Delta Zeta (Maryland) Susan Frank Mary Praetorius

Delta Omega (Minnesota State Moorhead) Elizabeth Larson Delta Rho (Ball State) Kellie Conrad Elizabeth Weber Stahl Keri Miller VanAcker Pamela Rogers West Delta Upsilon (Baldwin Wallace) Brianna Razzante Delta Sigma (Wisconsin Stevens Point) Noreen Scully Krueger Delta Phi (Indiana U. of Pennsylvania) June Collins Herron Linda Morford Neugebauer

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Delta Tau (LSU) Elaine Katkocin Balaity Sammye Crawford Carla Turnley Hill Barbara Simons Lively Barbara Frankie Verzwyvelt

Epsilon Rho (UC Davis) Claudia Franklin Samantha Stawicki Irish Pamela Johansen Rachel Schonwit Cynthia Weideman Tse

Zeta Pi (Case Western Reserve) Karen McGunagle

Delta Chi (William Woods) Leslie Ferguson Jennifer Furkin Sue Gowin Sara Mayer Nicole Noland Amanda Rowley Janet Stevenson

Epsilon Upsilon (CSU Northridge) Kristen Thompson

Zeta Tau (Illinois State) Maria Shannon

Epsilon Phi (NC State) Michelle Connell Stevens

Zeta Upsilon (Washington University) Reede Goldberg Rachel Schecter Danielle Sikora Shannon Traynor

Epsilon Alpha (Ashland) Maribeth Burns Gina Bradley Feller Epsilon Beta (Butler) Becky Butler Karen Broering Kettler Jennifer Jaroszewski Muszik Karen Pierson Epsilon Gamma (Sacramento State) Fay Grundel Angela Brouqua Epsilon Epsilon (Longwood) Jane Acker Neubauer Marjorie Pugh Epsilon Delta (Northern Illinois) Katie Cummings Epsilon Zeta (Central Michigan) Catherine Maples Waynick Epsilon Theta (Northern Iowa) Barbara Illian Epsilon Iota (Duquesne) Carrie Basta Stoltzfus Epsilon Lambdan (Texas Arlington) Collette Minter Epsilon Nu (Delaware) Arlene Dresch Hogan Epsilon Xi (Southern Illinois) Amy Bamper Andrea Mari Giffhorn Emily Hejna Patty Birky Navin Cindy Rabe Emily Stockman Gina Tocco

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Epsilon Chi (Cal Poly) Rachel Blumer Karen Williams Kimmelshue Epsilon Omega (Texas A&M) Karen Bloch Bavender Cathy Davis Zeta Alpha (Eastern Illinois) Judy Ethell Zeta Beta (Loyola Marymount) Brinn Abbate Megan Baker Jeanette Gaistman Yassamin Khazeni Lindsey Stevens Sarah Wermers Zeta Gamma (Santa Clara) Susan Bernal Jennifer Johnston Alexandra Lamb Samar Malik Tricia Hahn Mason Suzanne Williams Zeta Delta (Iowa State) Ann Carstensen Mary Donnell Sarah Selig Linda Stephany Wilker Zeta Theta (Tufts) Cathleen Marine Zeta Lambda (Southern New Hampshire) Janice Graham Kaliski Zeta Mu (Colorado State) Carol Butler Freeman Lisa Powell Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins) Sara Watkin Fox Erika Knauer Sally Anne Schmidt Aliza Fishbein Silver

Zeta Rho (Bentley) Jenna Caldwell Roseleen Dello Russo

Eta Alpha (New Hampshire) Karen Siegel Fitting Eta Beta (CSU San Bernardino) Heidi Cupp Hernandez Eta Gamma (Akron) Kirsten Cook Melanie Stopar Eta Delta (CSU East Bay) Christina Calleros Kathleen Boyle Halfon Amy Nobriga Maria Orozco Corrin Zimmerman Eta Theta (San Francisco State) Madeline Holcomb Kim Legue Eta Iota (Pennsylvania) Caroline Arnett Lisa Frerichs Kristen Hoard Eta Kappa (UC Irvine) Jennifer Clamme Katherine Dohn Dinah D'Silva Chelsea Freeman Lindsey Goldstein Sanjhi Grover Carla Meyer Madeline Veale

Eta Xi (UNC Wilmington) Kathryn Brockschmidt Ashley Nassar Bianca Roels Eta Omicron (Virginia Tech) Carrie Herzog Frye Sara Dawson Gregory Caitlin Massie King Eta Rho (San Diego) Alessia Maniaci Citro

Theta Tau (Rensselaer) Sahara Becker Christine Caruso Kelly Dearborn Elizabeth Martin Tiffany Pinard Westendorf Theta Upsilon (CSU Chico) Christina Artiges Mallory Hills Covert-Ross

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Eta Psi (Eastern Washington) Anna-Renee Baltrukovicz

Theta Phi (Christopher Newport) Alyssa Desmond Allison Dolan Giselle Duran Tara McCook Stephanie Spence Jacquelyn Weir

Theta Alpha (Linfield) Diane Staiger Bandonis

Theta Psi (SUNY Plattsburgh) Emily Sterantino

Beta (Northwestern) Judy Waldo

Theta Gamma (Truman State) Tricia Kyler Bowling Lora Tuley Brys

Iota Alpha (Pepperdine) Angela Kappus

Gamma (DePauw) Deborah Smith Carter Sally McCall Grant Deborah Hill Wyght

Eta Tau (SUNY Cortland) Jennifer Schultz

Theta Delta (Creighton) Sarah Benoist Ammie McAsey Kaylee Schwasinger Sam Staver Theta Zeta (Florida Tech) Jennifer Koschalk Stevens Theta Theta (St. Joseph's) Christine Mackintosh Theta Kappa (Rochester) Grace Czechowski Andrea Welles Dragnich Julissa Medrano Zita Sidas Abigail Zabrodsky Theta Lambda (Central Missouri) Erin Morrison Jennifer Rabas Dawn Snow

Eta Lambda (George Mason) Erin Berry Sams

Theta Nu (Appalachian State) Madeline Gordon Bayly Granger Wendy Jones Melissa Deere Kletzker

Eta Mu (Marquette) Allison Kazalski Lauren Havey Tyler

Theta Xi (Shippensburg) Samantha Conter Hoerner Laura Ortiz Key Theta Sigma (Southern Utah) Haley Hastings Mechelle Mellor Rachelle Gunderson Smith

Iota Gamma (University of the Pacific) Jaime Pacheco Iota Epsilon (Kettering) Jennifer Gmerek Jessica Grant Iota Zeta (Colorado School of Mines) Carrie Eberhard Erin Pope Stephanie To Iota Eta (DePaul) Andrea Law Iota Kappa (Dartmouth) Katie Dishner Iota Mu (Georgia Tech) Parker Lunsford Reem Mansoura Iota Nu (Kentucky) Katie Marquez Iota Rho (Alumna Initiate) Erin Mitchell Williams Iota Sigma (Carnegie Mellon) Roosha Mandal Iota Tau (Harvard) Ellen Rothschild Kappa Alpha (UNC Chapel Hill) Madison Zezzo

Alpha (Syracuse) Caroline Angotti Brust Ellen Miller Maria A. Miller Doris Dunbrack Tilly

Delta (Cornell) Susan Brenner Susan Schaefer Kliman Epsilon (Minnesota) Judith Marie Brown Lisa Bostic Miller Gayle Pidgeon Tainter Theta (Michigan) Lisa Anne Arnsdorf Audrey Johnson Dole Suzanne Heinlen Green Stefanie Brown Kelley Jacqueline Jones Newhof Colleen Sirhal Iota (Wisconsin) Marilyn Allen Killough Laurie McGinnis Lambda (UC Berkeley) Kathleen Schimandle Wright Nu (Nebraska) Lynn Hughes Dedrick Omicron (Missouri) Elizabeth Ann Greer Karen J. Hoover Valerie Lawlor Erin Elizabeth Leahey Elizabeth S. Smallfelt


Pi (North Dakota) Kathy Lynch Ashe Elizabeth Ann Bray Cardarelle

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green) Susan Weiskittle Barrick Linda Schnetzer

Rho (Ohio State) Kati Rhoads McIntyre Kelly Denise Mika-Biga

Beta Pi (USC) Diane Rusling Becket Joy Mellick Brewer Barbara Chappell Tingley

Gamma Rho (Penn State) Kathleen Carmichael Angstadt Kimberly Brown Brannon Sheryl Barden Coholan Joanne Espenschade Engel

Beta Rho (Washington State) Beverly Dalstone Smith Rebecca Andrew Zanatta

Gamma Sigma (Wisconsin Stout) Karen McChesney Howe

Beta Tau (Indiana) Ann Hoskinson Ellis Paula Hawkins Knoebel

Gamma Tau (Willamette) Phyllis M. Brinkerhoff Terri Ostlund Brooks

Beta Psi (San Jose State) Erin Elisabeth Ennis

Gamma Omega (Midwestern State) Deborah Anderson

Sigma (Washington) Carol Batchelder Susan Bevan Ruth-Ellen Sullivan Elliott Margaret Dora Morrison Tau (Oregon) Suann Swenson Chi (Montana) Shana Goss Smith Sandra Lee Spears Psi (South Dakota) Vivian Fischer Pitlo Omega (Texas) Elizabeth Newsome Handler Susan Daniel Keeble Patricia Connally Robbins Candace Mitchell Robinson Beta Alpha (Illinois) Rebecca Tygett Galloway Beta Beta (Michigan State) Susan Brink Sherratt Beta Gamma (Colorado) Carolyn Metzger Carder Teresa Gillian Gray Nancy Sechrist Russell Diane Zaepfel Beta Delta (UCLA) Margie Markson Johnson Wendy Deems Sugg Alin Hernandez Wall Beta Epsilon (Arizona) Katherine A. Haug Diane Fairchild Wilson Beta Zeta (Idaho) Elizabeth Tortorici Beuchotte Beta Kappa (Denison) Colleen Coughlin Virginia Struble Beta Nu (Duke) Martha Watkins Mast Anne Scarboro McIntyre

Gamma Alpha (San Diego State) Susan Muller Cook Gamma Beta (UC Santa Barbara) Marilyn Collins Denno Jennifer Holleman Gifford Karen Jensen Halualani Penne L. Thacher Gamma Delta (Kansas) April E. Bishop Elisabeth Cooke Harrison Gamma Zeta (Puget Sound) Kathy Schiller Judkins Gamma Iota (Texas Tech) Melissa Bledsoe Sheila George Bright Deana Koonsman Gage Kathleen Griffis-Bailey Lori Landry Holloway Lois Ricketts Ingram Anita Sloan Kittridge Emily Ellison Lamb Barbara Ann Thomas Gamma Kappa (CSU Long Beach) Valerie Colwell Cox Dorothy Strand Gamma Nu (Miami University) Jean Cameron Hahm Rosalie Ann Ippoliti Elizabeth LaPorte Stott Ann Timmons Gamma Omicron (Drake) Corrine Mack Doty

Gamma Pi (Arizona State) Jenny Holsman Tetreault

Delta Alpha (East Carolina) Jacqueline Seaver Cominotti Linda Gardner Massie Brenda Sanders Mullins Diane Spry Straker Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce) Carolyn Venable Kahler

Delta Chi (William Woods) Zelda Decker Casanova Donna Weekes Edwards Jan Haralson Hankinson Sara Mayer

Zeta Alpha (Eastern Illinois) Judy Ethell

Epsilon Beta (Butler) Carol Diane Ellis

Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins) Tara L. Riemer

Epsilon Gamma (Sacramento State) Nancy K. Bosworth Elise Dale Fong Marcia Puyper Garrison Lesley M. Nash

Zeta Rho (Bentley) Kim Norton-O'Brien

Epsilon Delta (Northern Illinois) Denise Jung Reens Epsilon Eta (Old Dominion) Jennifer Ann Hemingway Epsilon Theta (Northern Iowa) Barbara Illian

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Zeta Gamma (Santa Clara) Monica Jolly Duke

Eta Gamma (Akron) Traci L. Christler Eta Delta (CSU East Bay) Kathleen Boyle Halfon Eta Theta (San Francisco State) Laura Bieker Murphy Eta Lambda (George Mason) Jackee Schools Constance Scinto Theta Upsilon (CSU Chico) Kristine Chromzack Brownz

Epsilon Nu (Delaware) Susan McNeice Epsilon Psi (Lehigh) Mary Beth Cooleen Tully

Delta Gamma (Northern Colorado) Lita Putnam Schaffer Delta Delta (Oklahoma City) Stephanie J. Mather Delta Zeta (Maryland) Marie LaPorte Tuthill Delta Epsilon (Iowa) Becky Cornwell Brinson Linda Groves Ruth Gallagher Nelson Janet Henderson Prinz Faye Hyde Strayer Delta Eta (Adrian) Jennifer Crawford Delta Theta (Western Michigan) Kathleen Feeney Hiemstra Jill D. VanderVeen Delta Rho (Ball State) Suzette Brown Miller Delta Tau (LSU) Sammye Crawford

WHY DO I INVEST IN ALPHA PHI? “I value the development of leadership skills among our members. Alpha Phi nurtures the talents and abilities of its members through officer positions in chapters, leadership roles in philanthropic endeavors, formalized training through Leadership Conferences, and more. Alpha Phis gain many things from membership in our sisterhood, but the opportunities for growth through increasing their skills as leaders will be one of the greatest things they take with them when they graduate. I am proud to support an organization that changes the world by changing the women in it.” – Susan Bevan (Sigma-Washington) Alpha Phi Fraternity International Executive Board Director

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