Alpha Phi Foundation "Leading With Heart" Campaign Impact Report

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CAMPAIGN IMPACT REPORT

ALPHA PHI FOUNDATION 2015—2022

TABLE of CONTENTS

01. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF LEADING WITH HEART

Why a comprehensive endowment campaign was right for Alpha Phi Foundation.

07. IMPACT BY THE NUMBERS

The breakdown of donor dollars and how they are being put to work.

CAMPAIGN STEERING COMMITTEE

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15. LOOKING TO THE FUTURE

The future is bright for Alpha Phi, but there is still work to do.

18.

LEADING WITH HEART DONORS

Recognizing those who supported Alpha Phi’s history-making campaign.

Susan Weiskittle Barrick (Beta Omicron–Bowling Green) Co-Chair

Linda Gardner Massie (Delta Alpha–East Carolina) Co-Chair

Susan Bevan (Sigma–Washington)

Laura Keene Demmer (Beta Gamma–Colorado)

Jenny Concepción Hansen (Beta Pi–USC)

Susan McNeice (Epsilon Nu–Delaware)

Amy Peebles (Beta–Northwestern)

Linda Schnetzer (Beta Omicron–Bowling Green)

Jackee M. Schools (Eta Lambda–George Mason)

Colleen Sirhal (Theta–Michigan)

Susan Brink Sherratt (Beta Beta–Michigan State)

Shana Goss Smith (Chi–Montana)

Diane Spry Straker (Delta Alpha–East Carolina)

Sharyn Taylor (Theta Nu–Appalachian State)

Mary Beth Cooleen Tully (Epsilon Psi–Lehigh)

Crista Cate Vasina (Delta Gamma–Northern Colorado)

Renee Smith Zimmerman Zainer (Beta Epsilon–Arizona)

Rebecca Andrew Zanatta (Beta Rho–Washington State)

LETTER FROM THE FOUNDATION

Sisters and Alpha Phi Foundation Supporters, It gives us immense pleasure to report on the success of the Leading With Heart campaign and the impact this monumental philanthropic effort has, and will continue to have, on Alpha Phi.

The story told in this report is one of generosity and leadership, of passion and tenacity—in short, it is a story full of heart.

Leading With Heart was born from the desire to respond to the evolving needs of the Fraternity and to ensure that the Alpha Phi membership experience would last for generations.

Over the last seven years, we hit milestone after milestone, and navigated unforeseen challenges with courage and dedication.

Thank you to every donor, friend, and sister who supported Alpha Phi Foundation through Leading With Heart. Together with over 16,000 Alpha Phi members, we raised $43,558,644 and added to the financial strength of Alpha Phi by building enduring endowments for our sisters of the next 150 years.

We also applaud the heroic efforts of the Campaign Steering Committee, the Campaign Ambassadors, and all the Foundation staff members, past and present, who worked diligently on this campaign. They courted and thanked donors, maneuvered through the new territory of virtual fundraising, and always found the best way to move forward toward success. Each of them put their heart into this campaign!

Thank you to our Founders who had the vision to create an enduring sisterhood. Thank you to you, our sisters. Your gifts are transformational. Congratulations on ensuring a bright future for our dear Alpha Phi.

Loyally,

Linda Gardner Massie (Delta Alpha–East Carolina) Campaign Steering Committee, Co-Chair

Susan Weiskittle Barrick (Beta Omicron–Bowling Green) Campaign Steering Committee, Co-Chair

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Phi Foundation is grateful for the leadership of the following women who dedicated their time, talent, and treasure in support of the Leading With Heart campaign.

A NEW STANDARD for PHILANTHROPIC GIVING

CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES

Leading With Heart was strategically designed to enrich...

THE ESSENCE OF LEADING WITH HEART

Leading With Heart is the most ambitious and influential campaign Alpha Phi Foundation has embarked on to date. Leading With Heart is a multi-dimensional effort that allows us to meet our members where they are in their pursuits while simultaneously securing our future.

Together with donors and sisters near and far, we ensured Alpha Phi’s vibrant future, deepened our impact, and boldly embraced our call to lead with heart for the next 150 years.

Leading With Heart is the purest example of the power of women bonded together under a solemn vow, working to strengthen our Fraternity and transform the world.

MAKING A LASTING IMPACT

The impact of Leading With Heart is greater than the dollars raised. Alpha Phi leaders envisioned a comprehensive endowment campaign that would not only provide financial assurance for future generations of Alpha Phis, but a campaign that would fundamentally change our Fraternity and our perception of philanthropy.

Alpha Phi Foundation believes in the power of philanthropy; Leading With Heart evolved how we practice this belief. Embracing the spirit of a comprehensive campaign, the Foundation shifted how we engage with Alpha Phi members, striving to connect with and involve as many members as possible.

After all, the Foundation belongs to each member, volunteer, and donor. Impact is made through the support of every donor, collegiate, alumnae, and chapter, no matter the size of their gift. And the responsibility to make a positive impact on the world is owned by every Alpha Phi.

THE

HEART and SOUL of LEADING WITH HEART

The heart and soul of every campaign is the dedicated donors and volunteers who offer time, talent, and treasure to a cause bigger than themselves. Donors entrust their treasure to the Foundation and are the reason that impact is possible— and multiplies. Volunteers bring life and vision to the cause and inspire generosity in others. Together, these individuals championed Leading With Heart and made possible the transformational success of the campaign.

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LEADERSHIP TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP WOMEN'S HEART HEALTH THE HEART: DONORS 35,626 TOTAL DONORS 16,861 TOTAL MEMBER DONORS 11,065 FIRST TIME MEMBER DONORS 516+ VOLUNTEERS VOLUNTEERS CONTRIBUTED TO LEADING WITH HEART BY SERVING THROUGH ONE OR MORE OF THESE ROLES: Campaign
Committee,
of Directors, Ambassadors, Collegiate Stewardship Volunteers, Fund Initiators, Peer-to-Peer pages, Facebook Fundraisers THE SOUL: VOLUNTEERS
178 COLLEGIATE CHAPTERS 53 ALUMNAE COMMUNITIES 18,765 FAMILY & FRIEND DONORS 4,390 COLLEGIATE DONORS 12,471 ALUMNAE DONORS
Steering
Board

These figures are proof of the spirit of generosity that lives within the Alpha Phi sisterhood. But the triumphs of Leading With Heart are found in the stories behind these numbers. The rate and sophistication of donor support demanded that Alpha Phi Foundation:

• Refine best practices in development strategy and financial management

• Implement new technology usage through GiveSmart, CauseVid, and our Day of Giving website

• Expand our team and enhance our staff structure

All with the goal of ensuring that we have the best infrastructure to support the campaign and ensure donor dollars make the largest impact on Alpha Phis and women everywhere.

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DONOR DOLLARS WERE DIRECTED
FORGET
UNRESTRICTED
HOW
LEADERSHIP – $14,183,823 SCHOLARSHIP – $14,092,819 HEART HEALTH – $4,095,514
ME NOT – $815,226 HERITAGE – $454,909 HOUSING CAMPAIGNS – $1,318,822
– $8,597,531
$27,004,980 CASH GIFTS & PLEDGES $16,553,684 DEFERRED GIFTS CASH/PLEDGE AND DEFERRED INTENTIONS

LEADERSHIP

LEADERSHIP PROGRAMMING PRIORITY

Alpha Phi is committed to providing leadership training based on the needs of today and remaining flexible to evolve with the needs of tomorrow. Leading With Heart donors provided Alpha Phi Foundation the ability to champion the Fraternity’s programmatic priorities by funding leadership training and education to develop members into courageous leaders and change makers.

"The issues that face our collegiate women and chapters have changed so much just in the years since I was in college. As a volunteer who works with our women through these issues on a frequent basis, I am so grateful for the wide array of programming Alpha Phi has developed.

From programs that help ensure that Alpha Phi is a welcoming and inclusive environment (like Brave & Bold Dialogues and Conversations that Mattie), to education to equip members with the tools to help keep themselves and each other safe (like The Buzz and Step Up!), to programs that provide our collegiate women with the tools to develop as leaders and professionals (like Alpha Phi Leadership Conference and the Elevate Your Career Series) and so much more, the support the Alpha Phi Foundation provides through Leadership Grants has enabled Alpha Phi to provide more dynamic and timely programming and education. Truly, this support from the Alpha Phi Foundation has allowed our chapters and collegiate women to rise to meet the challenges facing them today."

Thousands of Alpha Phi women have benefited from leadership training programs funded by campaign donors. Guided by Alpha Phi’s strategic plan and high ideals of membership, these empowering programs will support the growth, education, health, and well-being of its members.

Alpha Phi transformed its approach and utilizes proven industry experts and partners with emerging companies to deliver cutting-edge programmatic experiences. Leading With Heart has allowed the Fraternity to be nimble and respond to collegiate needs while focusing on topics relevant to today's collegiate experience and diverse learning styles. Alpha Phi now offers leadership education and training that is individualized and impacts our members at every stage of their development.

Leadership Institute with Disney Institute

Leadership Institute with Disney Institute is a three-day immersive experience. The program teaches members the tools and skills needed to lead with purpose, create an environment of trust, understand the impact of their actions, and more.

StepUp!

StepUp! teaches tangible ways to intervene in situations relevant to today’s chapter experience through the lens of sisterhood and care. Over 2,000 collegians have been trained through this powerful tool and have been taught intervention strategies to support and safeguard one another and encourage accountability.

LearnAlphaPhi

Though Alpha Phi offered online learning prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Alpha Phi has strengthened training offered to officers and volunteers through LearnAlphaPhi Through this online learning experience, members have access to resources, individual member-based programs, and educational videos.

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$14,183,823 TOTAL RAISED $1,155,800 DEFERRED GIFTS $5,217,949 AMOUNT AWARDED TO DATE

SCHOLARSHIP

Alpha Phi was founded to pave the way for women in higher education, providing sisters a support system through friendship, generosity, and an earnest drive for good scholarship. Through Leading With Heart, donors provided more merit and need-based scholarships to undergraduates and graduate Alpha Phis than ever before. Our accomplished sisters used their scholarships to excel in medicine and nursing, political science and public policy, psychology, business management, education, and many more inspiring areas of study.

Alpha Phi Foundation now offers 73 scholarships for undergraduate and graduate members.

“As a collegian, I self-funded my education. Providing funds for scholarships is a way to assist women with a financial resource to achieve their desired degree. For me, a college education was a game changer in the kind of life I have been able to experience opening the door to many wonderful opportunities. I believe in the transformational impact a scholarship can have on the life of a young woman. It was very rewarding to see the results of the Leading With Heart campaign, which is the result of so many women providing their ideas, time, and dollars to the goal of endowing Alpha Phi Foundation scholarships.”

To our Scholarship Readers,

Dear Alpha Phi Foundation Board of Directors,

Thank you so much for awarding me the Alpha Phi Foundation Board of Directors BIPOC scholarship. I am eternally grateful to have support from Alpha Phi throughout my academic career, even as an alumna. Your generosity will allow me to continue to pursue my lifelong dream of becoming a doctor who strives for social justice. I hope that I can continue to make you all proud! Thank you, again!

AOE, Brooke Warren (Epsilon Rho–San Diego) Recipient of a 2022-2023 BIPOC Scholarship

Thank you so much for all of your dedicated time and efforts in reviewing scholarship applications. We could not do this without your support and are so grateful for your willingness to lead with your heart.

Dear Alpha Phi Foundation Board of Directors,

I am deeply honored and humbled to receive the Delta Xi Amber Weitzel Memorial Scholarship. The support it provides will help ease the financial strain of college and allow me to focus on my academics, my sisters, and my work on an undergraduate research team. I love Alpha Phi with all my heart! Representing my chapter in this positive way is such a privilege. I also feel a strong sense of responsibility to honor Ms. Weitzel’s legacy in my chapter and on campus. Thank you for trusting in me and giving me this opportunity to be an Alpha Phi scholar.

With Gratitude, Katie Lytle (Delta Xi–Nebraska Kearney)

Recipient of the 2022-2023 Delta Xi Amber Weitzel Memorial Scholarship

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506
TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED
$14,092,819 TOTAL RAISED $9,781,500 DEFERRED GIFTS $2,259,563 AMOUNT AWARDED TO DATE 2015 2022 DONOR IMPACT REPORT 10
RECIPIENT
SCHOLARSHIP
LETTERS:

WOMEN'S HEART HEALTH

Leading With Heart endowed the Heart to Heart Grant at $100,000 per year and maintains our continued funding of groundbreaking research and promotion of programs that educate, empower, and save lives.

To our Medical Readers, Thank you to our Medical Readers for assisting in the Heart to Heart Grant process. You are vital to the success of the Heart to Heart Grant program, and it could not exist without your support.

2022 GRANT RECIPIENT: PERELMAN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

Faculty members at Penn Med will use the $100,000 grant for their research project: Genetic Determinants of Coronary Microvascular Disease in Women . Historically a difficult diagnosis to make, project investigators Dr. Marie Guerraty and Dr. Shefali Verma will utilize information from the Penn Medicine BioBank (PMBB) to increase

understanding around this malady in women. By investigating genetic variants that correlate with the diagnosis of Coronary Microvascular Disease (CMVD), Drs. Guerraty and Verma are hopeful that pathways for targeted treatments can be identified.

“My grandmother continues to be one of the most influential people in my life. She suffered from heart disease and ultimately died from a cardiac event. It is incredibly important to me and my family to support Alpha Phi Foundation and specifically its Heart Health grant. Every year, this grant is awarded to an organization that is doing research to help women like my grandmother. As a member of a women's organization, I am proud that Alpha Phi Foundation supports organizations doing research in this space that will help all women. My hope is that with my support, someone else won't have to lose their loved one to this terrible disease.”

JENNY CONCEPCIÓN HANSEN (BETA PI-USC)

Between 2015-2022, Alpha Phi Collegiate Chapters supported 52 Mission Aligned Community Organizations by awarding a cumulative $1,608,994.

“My experience working as a research assistant under the Heart to Heart Grant with Dr. Mumma has truly defined my path in medicine. This opportunity has not only allowed me to contribute towards meaningful research in women's cardiovascular health but also gain a mentor who continues to guide me as I find my own path as a future female physician and researcher.

This experience through the Alpha Phi Foundation has taught me how to better take care of and advocate for my female patients, while bringing awareness to the gap in medical knowledge that currently exists in women's cardiovascular health. I look forward to standing by my future patients and continuing to advocate for them throughout my medical training.”

JASMAN KAUR (EPSILON RHO–DAVIS)

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$4,095,514 TOTAL RAISED $21,500 DEFERRED GIFTS $700,000 CURRENTLY IMPACTING WOMEN'S HEART HEALTH RESEARCH
Jasman worked as a research assistant with the 2019 Heart to Heart Grant recipient, UC Davis. She is now a third-year medical student and plans to pursue a career in emergency medicine.

FIRST MILLION DOLLAR DONOR

Every organization — every generation — has a trailblazer, a mover and shaker, a figure that embodies a spirit of greatness and inspires others to act. Diane Straker (Delta Alpha–East Carolina) is that figure for Alpha Phi and Alpha Phi Foundation.

Diane, a self-made woman, came from modest means and intimately understands the impact philanthropy can have on individuals and a community. Having worked from a young age, and often the only woman at the table throughout the bulk of her career, she has a respect for hard work and personally supporting the causes near and dear to her heart.

"I feel each of us has a responsibility to extend a helping hand to others and to hopefully leave the world a bit better for our having enjoyed its bounty.”

Diane’s mark on Alpha Phi has been extraordinary. She has served in many volunteer capacities—offering her time and talent—challenging norms and pushing Alpha Phi to new heights.

As a philanthropist, Diane has left an enduring mark on Alpha Phi. Alpha Phi Foundation is honored by Diane’s commitment and excited to announce that she is Alpha Phi’s first million-dollar donor.

Through her 42 years of giving, Diane has funded leadership opportunities,

scholarships, assistance grants, and so much more—impacting thousands of Alpha Phis.

Beyond her financial support, Diane has been a role model of what a true philanthropist looks like. She gave when she had little to give and encourages young Alpha Phis to do the same, emphasizing that money is needed to multiply the positive impact of worthy causes and that the act of giving, no matter the size of the gift, is crucial.

To

the Alpha Phi Foundation donors of yesterday, today, and tomorrow,

As Alpha Phi celebrates our 150th anniversary, we embrace the next 150 years with confidence. It is our honor to be the stewards of your support and a conduit for your passion and impact.

Over the last seven years, Leading With Heart truly became a love letter from the women of our past and present to the women of our future. The campaign became a way of life as we focused on investing in our sisters, impacting our communities, and transforming the world.

Along with you and over 16,000 member donors, we supported our amazing sisterhood in all her pursuits. Afterall, the Foundation does not simply decide to raise money on a whim. Alpha Phi Fraternity blazes a path, and in partnership the Foundation loyally follows her lead.

There is no question—there is still work to be done and Alpha Phi Foundation will continue to evolve alongside our beloved Fraternity. As our sisters and women around the world continue to assume leadership roles in society, we must continue to support them.

Our Founders envisioned a sisterhood based on mutual support and empowerment. To echo the wise words of Martha Foote Crow, “There is work enough for all of us, and today is no time to be idle.”

May we continue to lead with heart.

Thank you!

AOE, Alpha Phi Foundation

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A LOVE LETTER FROM OUR PAST, A PROMISE TO OUR FUTURE.
WE EMBRACE THE NEXT 150 YEARS WITH CONFIDENCE

THANK YOU

Thank you to the members of the Alpha Phi Foundation Board of Directors for your leadership, vision, and guidance that led to the success of the Leading With Heart campaign.

Alpha Phi Foundation Board members who served during the Leading With Heart Campaign

Mary Beth Cooleen Tully (Epsilon Psi-Lehigh)

Chair, 2017-2022, 2012-2022

Karen McChesney Howe (Gamma Sigma-Wisconsin Stout)

Chair, 2016-2017, 2010-2018

Diane Spry Straker (Delta Alpha-East Carolina)

Chair, 2012-2016, 2006-2016

Gretchen Wilson Alarcon (Kappa-Stanford) 2014-2022

Kim Brannon (Gamma Rho-Penn State) 2014-2018

Claire Costin (Omega-Texas) 2018-2022

Janelle Del Carlo (Beta Delta-UCLA) 2020-2022

Judy Ethell Glatz (Zeta Alpha-Eastern Illinois) 2008-2016

Jenny Concepción Hansen (Beta Pi-USC) 2016-2022

Jean Creamer Hodges (Rho-Ohio State) 2010-2018

Susan McNeice (Epsilon Nu-Delaware) 2018-2022

Colleen Sirhal (Theta-Michigan) 2014-2020

Coree Smith (Epsilon Theta-Northern Iowa) 2016-2022

Shana Smith (Chi-Montana) 2020-2022

Nancy Trillo (Beta Delta-UCLA) 2014-2016

Susan Zabriskie (Theta-Michigan) 2018-2020

Rebecca Andrew Zanatta (Beta Rho-Washington State) 2018-2022

Ex-Officio Members

Deana Gage (Gamma Iota-Texas Tech) Ex-Officio, Alpha Phi Fraternity International President, 2014-2018

Renee Smith Zimmerman Zaine r (Beta Epsilon-Arizona) Ex-Officio, Alpha Phi Fraternity International President, 2018-2019

Jackee M. Schools (Eta Lambda-George Mason) Ex-Officio, Alpha Phi Fraternity International President, 2019-2022

Thank you to the Foundation Staff that contributed to the day-to-day implementation and success of Leading With Heart.

2022 Foundation Staff

Amy Peebles (Beta-Northwestern)

Executive Director

Crista Cate Vasina (Delta Gamma-Northern Colorado) Senior Director of Development

Katherine Sopp (Eta Lambda-George Mason)

Director of Marketing and Communications Mary Kegl

Controller

Linda Schnetzer (Beta Omicron-Bowling Green) Major Gifts Officer

Sharyn Taylor (Theta Nu-Appalachian State) Gift Officer

Dana Kuehn (Chi Omega Fraternity) Manager of Annual Giving

Angela DiMuzio (Iota Alpha-Pepperdine) Development Manager

Meghan Bradley (Zeta Alpha-Eastern Illinois) Office and Event Manager

Alex Goodman (Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority) Program Manager

Maia Gadsden (Zeta Pi-Case Western Reserve) Digital Marketing Specialist

Sarah Rayman (Epsilon Alpha-Ashland)

Database Specialist

Maya Momon (Delta Delta-Oklahoma City) Chapter Giving Coordinator

PHILANTHROPIC PLANNING

Alpha Phi Foundation believes in inspiring women to support one another in lifelong achievement. The success of Leading With Heart was shaped by 75 new planned gifts . The Alpha Phis behind each of these impactful gifts represents not only our high ideal of generosity—but the very spirit of the campaign.

Their gifts are a symbol of their belief in Alpha Phi and a legacy that will impact our members for generations.

75 NEW PLANNED GIFTS

opportunities I have been given as a member and volunteer of Alpha Phi have shaped me into the woman and leader I am today. I give to the Alpha Phi Foundation, annually and through planned giving, to ensure that other women gain the same valuable skills I have received.”

KATE BOYLE HALFON (ETA DELTA-CSU EAST BAY) INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT

Clara Bradley Burdette Society

The Clara Bradley Burdette Society recognizes loyal Alpha Phi Foundation donors with a planned gift.

Clara was a philanthropist known for coining the phrase, “As long as memory remains to me, I will remember Alpha Phi.” It’s never too early to think about planning your future gift to Alpha Phi Foundation.

To learn how your planned gift can leave a legacy, visit alphaphifoundation.planmylegacy.org or email plannedgiving@alphaphifoundation.org

A complete list of donors may be found online at alphaphifoundation.org

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DONOR LIST

Thank you to our sisters who led with their hearts and loyally supported our vision for the future of Alpha Phi Foundation. Your gifts were transformational and are impacting Alpha Phis every day and will continue to for generations.

SYMBOLS KEY

The following giving levels recognize donors for their generosity during the Leading With Heart campaign, including planned gifts, from June 1, 2015, through August 15, 2022.

Clara Bradley Burdette Society

Silent Chapter

For questions about your annual or lifetime giving, please email giving@alphaphifoundation.org.

Martha Foote

Crow

$1

Anonymous

Theta (Michigan)

Beverly Lasher

Rena Michaels Atchison

$500,000–$999,999

Omega (Texas)

Claire Costin

Gamma Zeta (Puget Sound)

Vicki Coles

Delta Alpha (East Carolina) Diane Spry Straker

Theta Gamma (Truman State) Lora Tuley Brys

Kate Hogoboom Gilbert

$250,000–$499,999

Anonymous Donor

Delta (Cornell) Susan Brenner

Kappa (Stanford) Gretchen Wilson Alarcon

Sigma (Washington) Susan J. Bevan

Chi (Montana) Shana Goss Smith

Beta Beta (Michigan State) Susan Brink Sherratt

Beta Pi (USC) Jenny Concepción Hansen

Beta Omega (Kent State) Alexis Boettler Lux

Epsilon Beta (Butler) Janeen Golomb Moore

Epsilon Theta (Northern Iowa)

Coree Smith

Clara Sittser Williams

$100,000–$249,999

Anonymous Donor

Beta (Northwestern)

Janet Klein Hollingshead

Omicron (Missouri)

Lana Guernsey

Valerie Lawlor Janet Papageorge

Rho (Ohio State)

Kathleen Rhoads McIntyre Kelly Mary Ann Wittmer

Sigma (Washington) Ruth-Ellen Sullivan Elliott

Tau (Oregon) Virginia Bradford

Beta Delta (UCLA) Judy Milne Benson Janelle Del Carlo

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green) Linda Schnetzer

Beta Pi (USC) Barbara Chappell Tingley

Beta Rho (Washington State) Rebecca Andrew Zanatta

Gamma Sigma (Wisconsin Stout) Karen McChesney Howe

Delta Alpha (East Carolina) Linda Gardner Massie

Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce) Carol Grohmann Copeland

Delta Epsilon (Iowa) Ruth Gallagher Nelson

Delta Eta (Adrian) Jennifer Schaeffer Crawford

Epsilon Psi (Lehigh) Mary Beth Cooleen Tully

Zeta Alpha (Eastern Illinois) Judy Ethell

Theta Kappa (Rochester) Janis Coughlin Piester

Ida Gilbert Houghton

$50,000–$99,999

Anonymous Donor

Gamma (DePauw) MJ Crousore

Epsilon (Minnesota) Susan Smiley Campbell

Theta (Michigan) Colleen Sirhal

Omicron (Missouri) Cherie Stephens Bock Elizabeth Underwood Drouin Amy Jordan Judith Sohns Runk

Beta Kappa (Denison) Margaret Steinert Greene

Beta Lambda (Rollins) Meredith Ross

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green) Susan Weiskittle Barrick

Beta Tau (Indiana) Joy Gray Siegel

Beta Psi (San Jose State) Jane Claussen Finger

Gamma Iota (Texas Tech) Kimberly Spadoni Criscuolo

Gamma Nu (Miami University) Sara Graf

Gamma Pi (Arizona State) Diane Neis Thomas

Delta Gamma (Northern Colorado) Crista Cate Vasina Jill Herdman Trotter

Delta Epsilon (Iowa) Laura Heath

Delta Theta (Western Michigan) Kathleen Feeney Hiemstra

Delta Chi (William Woods) Donna Weekes Edwards

Epsilon Beta (Butler) Janett Burns Lowes

Epsilon Eta (Old Dominion) Victoria A. Cordner

Epsilon Nu (Delaware) Susan McNeice

Eta Delta (CSU East Bay) Megan Faria Boals Kathleen Boyle Halfon

Eta Lambda (George Mason) Jackee M. Schools

Eta Mu (Marquette) Katherine E. Raitt

Eta Rho (San Diego) Alessia Maniaci Citro

Jane Higham

$25,000–$49,999

Anonymous Donor

Beta (Northwestern) Barbara Talbott

Theta (Michigan) Susan Zabriskie

Nu (Nebraska) Jane Smith

Omicron (Missouri) Annabella Clark Gafke Shannon Brittan O'Hanlon Blair McNamee Ward

Sigma (Washington) Margaret Morrison

Beta Delta (ULCA) Jeanne Ennes Barnes Gayle Goodman

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green) Carol Koch Taller

Beta Psi (San Jose State) Monique Cuellar Mariscal

Beta Omega (Kent State) Nicole Manross Bluso

Gamma Rho (Penn State) Kimberly Brown Brannon

Gamma Tau (Willamette) Michele J. Patterson

Delta Chi (William Woods) Sara Mayer Gwen Sturtevant Wallot

Epsilon Gamma (Sacramento State) Marcia Puyper Garrison

Zeta Theta (Tufts) Cathleen Marine

Florence Chidster Lukens

$10,000–$24,999

Alpha (Syracuse) Mary Locker Croglio

Beta (Northwestern) Jean Sheridan

Gamma (DePauw) Sally McCall Grant

Delta (Cornell) Amy Pfannenstiel Bunszel Jane D. Tanner

Theta (Michigan) Martha Purdy Stein

Iota (Wisconsin) Barbara J. Williams

Kappa (Stanford) Mary Mahler Raitt

Omicron (Missouri)

Kathleen Saunders Baldwin

Carole McQuade Bartnett

Sally Howe Bayless

Robin Richart Beck

Jane Sutter Brandt

Jean Tyhurst Ferguson

Janolyn Jackson Foresee

Anika Picken Gatrell

Elizabeth Greer

Rebecca Reiter Hefley

Cathy McCrady Heinsohn

Mary Williams Hippe

Nancy Manring Holman

Carol Schottel Hudson

Jayne Gebauer Kasten

Judith Sands Knight

Claire Coleman LaMonica

Marcia Lane

Nancy Niemann Magee

Barbara Taylor Riepl

Deborah Hacker Serra

Suzanne Gallais Skelly

Sandi Finkes Straetker

Megan Strickland

Jill Waldrop

Rho (Ohio State)

Jean Creamer Hodges Sara Kite

Sigma (Washington)

Mardette Degarmo Flodin

Frances McKechnie Kidwiler

Upsilon (Washburn)

Jeanette Hass Wells

Omega (Texas)

Suzanne Carlisle Crowley Diane Johanson Jones

Jennifer Larson Ryback

Beta Gamma (Colorado)

Laura Keene Demmer

Beta Delta (UCLA)

Barbara Helter Goodall

Nancy Salisbury Trillo

Beta Epsilon (Arizona)

Lisa Cabaniss Olson

Renee Smith Zimmerman

Zainer

Beta Kappa (Denison)

Colleen Coughlin

Beta Nu (Duke)

Martha Watkins Mast

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green)

Janet Brinker Schaeffer

Beta Pi (USC)

Patricia DeCarré Atkinson

Jacqueline Johnson Kehle Lindsay Wiggins

Beta Chi (Bucknell)

Nancy Owen Craig

Beta Psi (San Jose State)

Ebe Frasse Tricia Lee McNabb Lanzino

Beta Omega (Kent State)

Max and Jennifer (Steiner) Verkamp

Gamma Alpha (San Diego State)

Donna W. Miller

Gamma Beta (UC Santa Barbara)

Karen Jensen Halualani

Gamma Zeta (Puget Sound) Kathy Schiller Judkins

Gamma Iota (Texas Tech) Ann Moore Croyle Deana Koonsman Gage

Gamma Kappa (CSU Long Beach)

Laura Jen Kin Berger

Gamma Nu (Miami)

Cynthia Diller Fields Jean Cameron Hahm

Gamma Xi (Wichita State)

Judy Arnold Azama

Gamma Omicron (Drake)

Corry Mack Doty

Gamma Pi (Arizona State)

Jenny Holsman Tetreault

Gamma Rho (Penn State)

Jennifer Gromada

Gamma Tau (Willamette)

Terri Ostlund Brooks

Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce) Amy Blake Dennis Carolyn Venable Kahler

Delta Gamma (Northern Colorado) Judy Kay Schmidt Mead Lita Putnam Schaffer

Delta Delta (Oklahoma City) Angela Fillmore Bachman

Delta Epsilon (Iowa) Becky Cornwell Brinson

Delta Zeta (Maryland) Lucille Toniolo

Delta Theta (Western Michigan) Tracy Ticknor Virta

Epsilon Nu (Delaware) Susan Carrochi Sherman

Zeta Gamma (Santa Clara) Wendy Nice Barnes

Zeta Iota (Virginia) Jennifer Allen Wassum

Zeta Lambda (Southern New Hampshire) Barbara Painter Buzzelli

Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins) Tara Riemer

Eta Alpha (New Hampshire) Karen Siegel Fitting

Eta Beta (CSU San Bernardino) Christen Shelton Flamm

Eta Omicron (Virginia Tech) Carrie Frye Caitlin Massie King

Theta Delta (Creighton) Sarah Benoist

Theta Eta (Western University) Emily Mordhorst

Theta Xi (Shippensburg) Misty Wilson

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+
MILLION
Donor Anonymous Donor Anonymous Donor

Louise Shepard Hancock

$5,000–$9,999

Alpha Lambda

(Alumnae Initiate)

Annemargaret Connolly

Beta (Northwestern)

Kathleen Case Finzel

Nancy Kleine Kekst

Amy Peebles

Gamma (DePauw)

Frances Tuttle Drew

Julie Goodrich

Delta (Cornell)

Lisa Gangarosa

Epsilon (Minnesota)

Megan Bouche

Caroline Christian Dunn

Lambda (UC Berkeley)

Merle Chambers

Xi (Toronto)

Alison Nash

Omicron (Missouri)

Laura D. Barron

Felicia D. Bondi

Melissa Clark

Pamela D. Gehbauer

Tammy Csolak Grzeskowiak

Christen E. Heinsohn

Denise Joyce

Margaret W. Kruckemeyer

Patricia Kurre

Susan Chaffin Matthews

Sandra Aselman Meranda

Karen K. Mitchell

Melodie A. Powell

Erin McKenna Riske

Patricia F. Rolls

Ashley Munsell Sanders

Sherri L. Sanders

Cheryl A. Steinkamp

Schnurbusch

Deborah L. Shanahan

Gema Tenorio Simmons

Rosalie Stein

Lisa L. Uphoff

Nicole L. Walker

Kim Larsen Watson

Jessica J. Welander

Nancy J. Whiteside

Nicole Wilson

Sigma (Washington)

Patty Bergen Corbin

Claire Daddino

Tau (Oregon)

Juli Todd

Upsilon (Washburn)

Connie Light Barngrover

Phi (Oklahoma)

Billie J. Battiato

Michele Quiroga

Psi (South Dakota)

Vivian Fischer Pitlo

Genevieve Evans Taylor

Omega (Texas)

Stacey Thulin Daniel

Beta Beta (Michigan State)

Ann Bigby McFarren

Beta Gamma (Colorado)

Erica Boutacoff

Teresa Gillian Gray

Beta Delta (UCLA)

Elizabeth Driver

Susan Morris Haber

Kimberly Hoon

Margie Markson Johnson

Beta Epsilon (Arizona)

Barbara Scarborough Black

Beta Zeta (Idaho) Kristi Hanson

Beta Iota (West Virginia) Sally Brown Schilling

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green) Allison Neary Judith Segerer Watson

Beta Pi (USC)

Allison Jaskowiak Kennedy Carrie Buehler Tischler

Beta Tau (Indiana) Jennifer Butler Louise Lerch Linnemeier

Beta Chi (Bucknell) Dorothy Morgan Effron

Beta Psi (San Jose State)

Lisa Cordoni Matherly

Gamma Alpha (San Diego State)

Karen Halverstadt Miller

Gamma Epsilon (Lake Forest) Allie Winkelman

Gamma Eta (North Texas) Melissa Watson Norris

Gamma Iota (Texas Tech)

Sheila George Bright Linda Boon Defee Susie Robbins Kelly

Gamma Kappa (CSU Long Beach)

Dorothy Strand

Gamma Xi (Wichita State) Shirley Clegg Dieker

Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce)

Jandy Thompson

Delta Gamma (Northern Colorado)

Kelsi Vinyard

Delta Theta (Western Michigan)

Sarah Duncan Sperlbaum

Delta Rho (Ball State) Suzette Brown Miller

Delta Tau (LSU) Evelyn Brian Carla Turnley Hill Susan Dantin Webb

Epsilon Alpha (Ashland) Megan McCarthy Collins

Epsilon Gamma (Sacramento State) Louanne Steiger Nourse

Epsilon Delta (Northern Illinois) Karen Mell

Epsilon Nu (Delaware) Anne-Marie Sotire

Epsilon Xi (Southern Illinois) Heidi Lathrop Johnson

Epsilon Chi (Cal Poly) Karen Williams Kimmelshue

Epsilon Omega (Texas A&M)

Karen Bloch Bavender

Zeta Alpha (Eastern Illinois)

Barbara Schmeink Peek

Zeta Gamma (Santa Clara) Jennifer Johnston

Zeta Iota (Virginia) Renee Verspoor

Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins) Sally Anne Schmidt

Zeta Sigma (Franklin & Marshall) Jennifer Bergman

Eta Lambda (George Mason) Erin Berry Sams

Eta Chi (Bishop's) Kristen Cheng

Theta Gamma (Truman State) Jaime Alsup Ryberg

Theta Zeta (Florida Tech)

Jennifer Koschalk Stevens

Theta Kappa (Rochester)

Christine Creter

Theta Tau (Rensselaer)

Elizabeth Martin

Theta Omega (Barry)

Laurie Wallace Pastrick

Iota Epsilon (Kettering)

Angela Sommerville Aaron

Iota Zeta (Colorado School of Mines)

Carrie Eberhard

Elizabeth Grace Hubbell Shults

$1,000–$4,999

Alpha Lambda (Alumnae Initiate)

Elizabeth Ferraro Fuller

Christine Connell Gallo

Jennifer Rabas

Donna Apisa Wagner

Erin Mitchell Williams

Alpha (Syracuse)

Julia Tizzano Bastas

Claire Wietig Daniels

Alison Greenlees

Laura Bice Thyberg

Beta (Northwestern)

Patricia Acha

Debra Bauer

Lynda Baldwin

Barbara Nitchie Fuldner

Susan Vargo Howe

Judith Jobbitt

Carol Hamilton O'Brien

Piper Bartels Ryan

Margaret Riecker Thompson

Susan Tinnish

Sherry Sarginson Unger

Gamma (DePauw)

Nancy Wittgen Devoe

Jill Taubensee Havey

Delta (Cornell)

Georgina Stephens Alexander

Marcia Dearman Corrigan

Susanne Solomon

Epsilon (Minnesota)

Janet Thomas Barnum

Judith Knudsen Brown

Jana Wahoske Johnson

Carol March

Morgan Patterson Mary Sperl

Emily Mayer Tuttle Helga Bjornson Visscher

Eta (Boston)

Mariana Agathoklis Schlock

Theta (Michigan)

Patricia Kolowich

Joanne Christensen White

Iota (Wisconsin)

Katie Oswald

Lee Otjen Steenken

Kappa (Stanford)

Susan Scheiber Edelman

Morgan Graziadei

Katherine Leede

Kathryn Rydberg

Lambda (UC Berkeley)

Yao Chen

Laura Crowe

Patricia MacLeod Ellsworth

Taylor Hanson

Margaret Kavalaris

Nu (Nebraska)

Theresa Cudly Fangman

Christine Cronk Hatton

Pamela Geu Lay

Cynthia Kerstine Olauson

Sharon R. Stephens

Ranae Brester Upton

Xi (Toronto)

Ashley Haugh

Omicron (Missouri)

Peggy Bowsher Aoki

Katie Sommer Azeltine

Nora Baker

Jacque Bourne Ballent

Janet Beaman

Sandra Shaw Bernardi

Paula Jones Brown

Emily Brune Butchko

Eve Cann

Reba Nelson Cassin

Kathryn Williams Comish

Virginia Beal Crnkovich

Kellye Crockett

Kristie Payne Cross

Michelle Widman Crowe

Crystal Curfman

Leah Kellems Davis

Elizabeth Tenorio Davis

Nancy Woods Delisle

Karen Ferner Donelson

Kealy Alumbaugh Drago

Allison Rockaman Dudash

Leslie Dickerson Dystra

Sandra Roe Edds

Ellen Siebenborn Forsyth

Kathryn Roeder Flynn

Shannon Danbom Gammon

Ada Klostermayer Gingrich

Alisa Gordon

Andrea Rupp Gulick

Jen Harvel

Kimberly Hoehn Hause

Melanie Hedrick

Ann Williams Herrmann

Susan Denning Hinton

Laura Blake Hilgendorf

Sara Holzschuh

Amanda Hoffman

Kerry Wynn Horton

Diana Eschelman Houlle

Jessica Kinder Hughes

Nancy McNeill Johnson

Roin Clark Kennedy

Kristie Miller Kilbride

Stephanie Braun Korte

Gayle Lashley

Erin Leahey

Lauren Mangnall

Kim Charlet Manning

Karen Lesher Mariea

Barbara Gibbs Marsh

Kristina Mavers-Vogel

Heidi Matheys

Jennifer McNay

Cindy Rychlewski Menzel

Kathryn Ellis Mooney

Janice Jones Nelson

Georgia Quentin Sharon Wilkinson Repper

Mary Rittgers

Beverly Fitch Roberts

Cathy Romine

Nicole Lindsey Schenkelberg

Mary Franz Schultz

Connie Seghi

Cherie Short

Elizabeth Smallfelt

Patricia Jones Stevens

Cheryl Beeler Summers

Angie Trae-Greenbarg

Elaine Mogelnicki Turski

JoAnn Redman Wann

Candace Wilhelm

Kathryn Ferguson Wittmner Katie Hendley Woods Sandra Reynolds Yon

Pi (North Dakota) Amy Breidenbach Green

Rho (Ohio State) Faith Marsco Mary Jones O'Shaughnessey

Sigma (Washington) Susan Byers

Dana Boyd Cocales

Jennifer Young Clark

Jennifer Ward Lamont

Sarah Bevan Leslie

Louise Wright Little Susan Hess Lorrain

Suzanne Ward

Tau (Oregon)

Saori Clark

Lisa Dahl Dwyer Nancy Manley Rachel Mazoff

Phi (Oklahoma)

Sharon Spraker Barnes

Diana Busch Hartley

Kathleen Hayden-Casey

Tonya Sharp Ryan

Chi (Montana)

Jane Rowland Crouch Bonnie Briggs Mountain

Psi (South Dakota)

Lucy Benitez

Jeanne Spilde Gonzenbach

Catherine Mikkelson

Heinemann

Lisa Tuttle Herbert Rebecca Ives Kaiser

Anne Brunick McCarty

Maxine Gordon Reed

Susan Hansen Shade

Margaret Halla Wegner Linda Kruse Yates

Omega (Texas)

Jamison Burnett Bump

Anne Derse Clark Mary Frain Criaco

Judith Gilbreath Cundiff

Karen McComb Farabee

Margie Harris Frank Erin Peterson Gutierrez

Alice Hatfield

Bettie Barnes Liebzeit Bilinda Cox Matusek

Susan McCoin

Martha Ann Goss McGonigle Jennifer Fielder Meiners

Patricia Connally Robbins

Beta Alpha (Illinois) Ellen Azzarello Kelly Johannah Burnidge Martin Kristine Kuhrt Vittore

Beta Beta (Michigan State) Jean Cabbage Gaston Betsy Barkwell Mathiesen Susan Gove Merten Kathryn Maentz Prior Sally Schrader Stoll Joy Knudson Walker Jaime Welsh Vinck

Beta Gamma (Colorado)

Breezy Coyne Mary Carolyn Gamache

Sophia Sunberg

Betsey Andrews Unger

Beta Delta (UCLA)

Judith Nelson Ebright

Barbara Hull English

Debra Weitzman Gierut

Debra Keller Helmick

Cheryl Ritchie Marcz

Susan Riley McGlynn

Marilyn Westcott McIntyre Alin Hernandez Wall

“Just as Alpha Phi is for life so is the philanthropic spirit exhibited by the generosity of our members throughout their lives. The Leading With Heart campaign showcased the power of generational commitment to the Alpha Phi Foundation and philanthropy. From new members experiencing their first Red Dress Gala to fifty-year members participating in alumnae community fundraising activities, each member contributed to the successful Leading With Heart campaign and showcased the power of lifetime giving.”

JACKEE SCHOOLS

ALPHA PHI INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT, 2019–2022

Beta Epsilon (Arizona)

Gretchen Bender Selena Giorgio Mollie Carroll Grady Jean Hansen Ikeda Ashley Lopez Korus

Beta Zeta (Idaho)

Willa Hawkins Kemp Linda Mitchell Nye Rita Bahm Sholton

Beta Eta (Manitoba)

Lee-Anne Rodstrom Kumka

Beta Theta (British Columbia)

Elizabeth Boyd Durdan Molly Moriarty Russell Sharon Speed

Beta Iota (West Virginia) Judith Fisher Mountjoy

Beta Kappa (Denison) Myra Glasser Barnes

Beta Mu (Alabama)

Amanda Phillips McVicker

Beta Nu (Duke)

Sylvia Arey Mary Carter Pettitt

Beta Omicron (Bowling Green)

Mollie Ballmer Bort

Elizabeth Danko

Kimberlie Goldsberry

Sylvia Vargo Goeke

Joan Norris Graham

Christina Meyers King

Jodie Bachey Morrow

Jodi Busdeker Stewart

Jacquelyn Wiley Wells

Anne Crawford Zartman

Beta Pi (USC)

Audrey Biggerstaff Bergeson

Jennifer Beeby Diltz

Margaret Calder Griest

Dakotah Lindsay

Laura Crouch Shartle Solange Soward

Beta Rho (Washington State)

Sara Labberton Brennan

Elysia Brown Labita

Valerie Morris Lent

Margo Anderson Newman Abby Reid

Beverly Dalstone Smith

Kathleen Thompson

Beta Sigma (Utah)

Judith Swaner Castellion

Beta Tau (Indiana)

Joan Merritt Holmes Margaret Lennox Howley

Beta Upsilon (Oregon State)

Jane Roberts Susan Shedd Schroeder

Beta Chi (Bucknell)

Jacqueline Stubba

Beta Psi (San Jose State)

Kim Leslie Akin

Julie Gillespie Hedrick Lindsay Martin Poss Cynthia Maley Thawley

Beta Omega (Kent State)

Michelle Bates-Dallman

Sally Cunningham Bingham

Nora Davis Kieser

Alyssa Mittereder

Jodi Sittig

Gamma Alpha (San Diego State)

Stacy Barberie Clemens Susan Muller Cook

Nancy Demers Nimmo

Gamma Beta (UC Santa Barbara)

Juanita Gebb Acha

Pam King Crone

Penni Frisch Dalton

Elizabeth Keats Hensgen Virginia Brooks Selwood Lucile Zimmer

Gamma Gamma (Drury) Sue Turrentine Lawson Pamela Marshall Sinco Sherry Tobaben Wilcher

Gamma Delta (Kansas) Janetta Fink Call Jane Ausherman Horttor Helen Jorgenson Sutherland

Gamma Epsilon (Lake Forest) Cassidy Hutton

Gamma Zeta (Puget Sound) Josephine Matthews Adair Gina Covey Jay

Gamma Eta (North Texas) Shannon Armstrong Betty Sue Boyd Francisco Beverly Blair Johnson Colleen Ryan

Gamma Theta (Colorado College) Arlene Asdel Sarah Clifford Sheehan

Gamma Iota (Texas Tech) Kathleen Berry

Kimberly Vincent Butler

Susan Kimbrough Danbom

Jennifer Rohde Dickerson

Linda S. Schlinkman Fuller

Beverly Burleson Hendon

Penny Fleming Hudson

Paula Manning January

Anita Sloan Kittridge

Sally Briggs Leighton

Liane Jones Locke

Nancy Adamson Marcus

Judith Courtney Salinas

Brooke Smiddy

Marcy Ewing Van Galen

Sarah Smiley Weik

Darcel Atwill Weller

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Gamma Kappa (CSU Long Beach)

Linda Long Boland

Arline Burns Coward

Stephanie Simons

Gamma Mu (Georgia State)

Carolyn Ralston Patton

Gamma Nu (Miami University)

Colleen Pyne Bowman

Julie Braun

Amanda Minchin Carter

Carrie Krehlik

Nancy Stair Stainback

Elizabeth Laporte Stott

Jamie Waters

Gamma Xi (Wichita State)

Della O'Hara Lickteig

Malinda Shock

Christina Basinger Ward

Gamma Pi (Arizona State)

Raechel M Owen

Gamma Rho (Penn State)

Lane Maggio Cigna

Gamma Sigma (Wisconsin Stout)

Margie Casey Anderson

Sarah Calkins

Anneliese Wilhelmi Palchizaca

Sharon Horch Petrie

Anne Thiel Reuther

Gamma Phi (Florida State)

Elizabeth Lackey George Kelsey Rodgers

Gamma Omega (Midwestern State)

Cherish Reyes Bradshaw

Wynell Cox Hosch

Kristen Walther

Delta Alpha (East Carolina)

Amy Harrington Diane Tolin Warlick

Delta Beta (Texas A&M Commerce)

Lisa Troncoso Castillo

Susan Jeffords Dorsey

Sharon Fuhrmann

Suzanne Garner

Jayne Frederick Haggar

Glenda Woodruff Langston

Jill Martin

Brenda Woodruff Mills

Kathleen Eggert Rutherford

Delta Gamma (Northern Colorado)

Brenna Cate

Cheryl Carr Futera

Delta Delta (Oklahoma City)

Dorothy Thannhausen

Allshouse

Lisa Haning Blackburn

Jacque Leveridge Fiegel

Delta Epsilon (Iowa)

Carole Schwake Hodgson

Delta Zeta (Maryland)

Susan Delaney Frank

Ali Breslav Goldberg

Cristina Johnson

Nicole Natoli

Mary Jane Praetorius

Delta Eta (Adrian)

Kimberly Roy Blocker

Andrea Robison

Lisa Frazzini Verma

Delta Theta (Western Michigan)

Mary Colombo Mancus Michelle Mathiesen

Delta Kappa (Wisconsin La Crosse)

Carol Wahl Gretchen Nicholson Wing

Delta Mu (Purdue)

Caroline Gustafson Ault

Susan Wurster Hansen

Carolyn Kessler Kerr

Janet Allen Power

Jacquie Alexander Worley

Delta Nu (Maine)

Katie Foster

Mary Gatchell-Fenderson Gauvin

Samantha Lott Hale

Margery Furman Perry

Delta Xi (Nebraska Kearney)

Nicole Sup Deprez

Sandra Johnson Hehner

Rachael Cochran Page

Delta Rho (Ball State)

Nancy Kincannon

Sherry Daniels Lynch

Keri Miller Van Acker

Pamela Rogers West

Delta Sigma (Wisconsin Stevens Point)

Noreen Scully Krueger

Delta Tau (LSU)

Elaine Katkocin Balaity

Nancy Theisen Bennett

Sammye Crawford

Cynthia Hardy Cruikshank

Christine St. Amand

D'Arcangelo

Becky Othold Del Rio

Dortha Lane Eppinett

Andrea Kippels

Julie Davis Launey

Barbara Simons Lively

Joan Marquette McCabe

Rebecca Black O'Neal

Ann Siddall

Delta Upsilon (Baldwin Wallace)

Lynn McLaughlin Murray

Delta Phi (Indiana U. of PA)

June Collins Herron

Linda Morford Neugebauer

Delta Chi (William Woods)

Leslie Ferguson

Virginia McCullough Filippelli Susan Murdock Gowin

Amanda Rowley

Epsilon Alpha (Ashland)

Ann Hathaway Schar

Epsilon Beta (Butler)

Karen Broering Kettler

Epsilon Gamma (Sacramento State)

Nancy Morris Bosworth

Erica Eisenlauer Drury Kelly Kliman Follett

Cynthia Cariker Keltner

Epsilon Delta (Northern Illinois)

Jennifer Hutchinson Frobish

Epsilon Epsilon (Longwood)

Jane Acker Neubauer

Marjorie Snead Pugh

Epsilon Zeta (Central Michigan)

Catherine Maples Waynick

Epsilon Eta (Old Dominion)

Mary Pollard

Epsilon Theta (Northern Iowa)

Barbara Illian Allison Cink Rickels

Beth Nelson Sheets

Epsilon Iota (Duquesne)

Yamilette Ayala Jessica Morgan Carrie Basta Stoltzfus

Epsilon Lambda (Texas Arlington)

Collette Starkey Minter

Epsilon Nu (Delaware)

Karen Manzo Auwaerter

Arlene Dresch Hogan

Epsilon Xi (Southern Illinois)

Amy Hendricks Bamper

Andrea J. Mari Giffhorn

Emily Riney Hejna

Cynthia Collins Rabe

Emily Stockman

Epsilon Rho (UC Davis)

Claudia Svorinic Franklin

Pamela Courtright Johansen

Rachel Schonwit

Cynthia Weideman Tse

Epsilon Upsilon (CSU Northridge)

Teresa Bentz Culpepper

Epsilon Phi (NC State)

Carla Shook Bailey

Martha Horrell Prosser

Michelle Connell Stevens

Epsilon Psi (Lehigh)

Ann Lewnes

Epsilon Omega (Texas A&M)

Lara Cline

Cathy J. Davis (Handy)

Stacy Bush Lyon

Gina Garner Winter

Zeta Alpha (Eastern Illinois)

Patty Hendrickson-Goetz

Barbara Leutz

Zeta Beta (Loyola Marymount)

Megan Baker Katie Jochner Bailey Katler

Sarah Wermers

Zeta Gamma (Santa Clara)

Susan McGuire Bernal

Michele Gilliam Friedrich

Tricia Hahn Mason

Paige Olson

Zeta Delta (Iowa State)

Jonlee Andrews

Nancy Heig Ball

Linda Rieck Compton

Rachelle Richmond Tieszen

Zeta Theta (Tufts)

Sara Fitzgerald

Zeta Iota (Virginia)

Lindsay Forehand Angerholzer

Ifunanya Dallah

Farrell Scifres Jaskot

Tracy Ball Mazzoni

Neill Sanborn McIvor

Zeta Mu (Colorado State)

Carol Butler Freeman

Zeta Nu (Texas Christian)

Patricia Berg Duncan

Zeta Omicron (Johns Hopkins)

Erika Ward Knauer

Aliza Fishbein Silver

Zeta Pi (Case Western Reserve)

Karen Brown McGunagle

Zeta Rho (Bentley)

Jennifer Stordy Caldwell Roseleen Dello Russo

Zeta Sigma (Franklin & Marshall)

Maria Repole

Kimberly Skelding

Zeta Phi (MIT)

Taleen Afeyan Elisa Kurzban

Joanne Spetz

Zeta Psi (Dayton)

Michelle Bade

Eta Alpha (New Hampshire)

Eleanor Landry

Denise Morrison

Eta Beta (CSU San Bernardino)

Heidi Cupp Hernandez

Tobi Board Nieland

Eta Delta (CSU East Bay)

Jennifer Steager Canton

Joanne Finamore Godfrey

Heidi Splittorf Huber Amy Nobriga Corrin Zimmerman

Eta Eta (Seton Hall) Dianne Maki-Sethi

Eta Kappa (UC Irvine)

Mona Baset

Jennifer Miranda Clamme Katherine Dohn Nicole Ford Lindsey Goldstein Green

Eta Lambda (George Mason) Jennifer Clark Hein Katherine C. Sopp

Eta Omicron (Virginia Tech) Sara Dawson Gregory

Eta Upsilon (Chapman) Halle Erdahl

Eta Psi (Eastern Washington) Carolyn LeBaugh Gregg

Eta Omega (Towson) Rachel Robinson

Theta Gamma (Truman) Tricia Kyler Bowling

Theta Delta (Creighton)

Angela Lax

Theta Zeta (Florida Tech) Jennifer Gladski Ashley Saxon Moore

Theta Eta (Western)

Megan Christopher

Theta Theta (St Joseph's)

Christina Chiaramonte

Theta Kappa (Rochester)

Andrea Welles Dragnich

Julissa Medrano

Zita Sidas

Abigail Zabrodsky

Theta Mu (Hofstra)

Kristi Hanley Bowers

Theta Nu (Appalachian State)

Bayly Granger

Melissa Deere Kletzker

Maeghan Schell

Sharyn Taylor

Theta Xi (Shippensburg) Samantha Conter Hoerner

Theta Sigma (Southern Utah) Haley Bowen Hastings Mechelle Mellor

Rachelle Gunderson Smith

Theta Tau (Rensselaer) Christine Caruso

Deanna Cochener

Tiffany Pinard Westendorf

Theta Upsilon (CSU Chico)

Mallory Hills Covert-Ross

Theta Phi (Christopher Newport) Allison Dolan

Theta Psi (SUNY Plattsburgh) Emily Sterantino

Iota Alpha (Pepperdine) Angela Kappus DiMuzio Kathy Yi

Iota Beta (St. Mary's) Vanessa Garza

Iota Gamma (University of the Pacific) Victoria Bolle Jaime Pacheco Jessica Stockwell

Iota Delta (Rhode Island) Maria Destefani

Iota Zeta (Colorado School of Mines)

Natalie Boldt Erin Anthony Pope

Iota Eta (DePaul) Andrea Law

Iota Iota (George Washington) Sara Demarsilis

Iota Lambda (Connecticut) Lauren Kelly Kerwin

Iota Mu (Georgia Tech) Reem Mansoura

Iota Omicron (WPI) Olivia Jones

Iota Sigma (Carnegie Mellon) Roosha Mandal

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2015 - 2022 DONOR IMPACT REPORT 23 Albuquerque Amarillo Ashland Area Austin Birmingham Central Florida Central Iowa Chicago Lake Shore Chicago NW Suburban Chicago Western Villages Cleveland East Coachella Valley Columbus Dallas and Suburban Dayton Denton County Denver Detroit East Suburban
Valley East Bay Emerald Coast Greater Kansas City Greater Naples Greater Seattle Greenville Area Houston Jacksonville First Coast Kalamazoo Kearney Lehigh Valley Lubbock MetroWest MA Milwaukee Nashville North Tarrant County Northern Virginia Omaha Reno Area Richmond Central Virginia Rockford San Antonio San Mateo Shreveport/Bossier Silicon Valley Southeast Florida/ Greater Ft. Lauderdale
Louisiana Southern New Jersey Southwest Dallas State College Stevens Point Tampa Bay Tucson Wichita We'd like to thank all Collegiate Chapters and the 53 Alumnae Communities who donated to Leading With Heart . THANK YOU
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