Meet the Fraternity Nominating Committee

July 14, 2021
The nomination process for the 2022-2024 Fraternity Council began on July 1. We have received excellent candidate nominations thus far and look forward to many more between now and December 10, when nominations close. The Fraternity Nominating Committee wants to hear from YOU! Reach out, ask questions and introduce sister you think would impact meaningful change and ensure the future of our Do Good Sisterhood.
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Catch Up on Virtual Programming: Friendship

December 14, 2020
Throughout 2020, we have been offering opportunities for virtual learning and connection through our Connected for Good page. Check out some of the recent programming related to friendship!
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​Collegiate Development Consultants: Then and Now

December 10, 2020
Our Collegiate Development Consultant (CDC) program celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. So much has changed in the ways of technology and travel for these women but the fact remains: for 75 years, these women have been an integral part in the development and growth of our sisterhood.
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Redefining the Path: Finding your Sisterhood through COB

December 01, 2020
Meet Anel Mattar, Theta Beta-Case, Collegiate Development Consultant (CDC). “My first semester of college, I really struggled to get acclimated and find my place. The following fall, a close friend of mine texted me asking if I was interested in attending Delta Gamma’s COB events."
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Get to know Council: Dr. Amy Ayres

September 14, 2020
During Convention 2020 in June, we installed a new Council. Dr. Amy Ayres, Alpha Iota-Oklahoma​, is our new Council Trustee: Collegians. Amy has previously served the Fraternity in numerous ways, including most recently, as Fraternity Director: Chapter Development. Get to know Dr. Amy Ayres!​
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Alumna Spotlight: Liz Niemiec, Alpha Tau-Butler

October 10, 2019
Liz Niemiec, Alpha Tau-Butler, started her charitable organization called Little Wish Foundation at just 16 years old. This year, she was awarded the Diana Award, which is known as the highest accolade a young person can receive for their outstanding service to others.
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CDC Diaries: Maria Anderson

September 04, 2019
Growing up, something my dad constantly reminded me was to only worry about things you have control over. I always appreciated the sentiment, but it was a lot easier said than done.
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