tri delta is governed by an executive board
elected every two years
The Executive Board oversees all Fraternity operations. The Executive Board is structured to ensure that all viewpoints are considered in decision making and is devoted to making sure the Fraternity is positioned to be a viable organization long into the future.
The Executive Board is accountable for everything the organization is, everything it does and everything it achieves. The women who make up the Executive Board are called to exercise their responsibilities primarily by asking good and timely questions and having strategic conversations to position Tri Delta for success today and in the future.
tri delta fraternity president
Kimberlee Di Fede Sullivan, Pepperdine
Kimberlee earned a Bachelor of Science in sports medicine from Pepperdine University and a doctorate in physical therapy from Creighton University. As an alumna, Kimberlee has served Tri Delta as a field consultant, recruitment specialist, housing specialist, collegiate district officer, collegiate chapter coordinator, Board President of The Center and now Fraternity President. Professionally, Kimberlee is board certified in Women’s Health Physical Therapy and owns a physical therapy clinic in Austin, Texas.
foundation board of trustees
dedicated to assisting members in every possible way
The Tri Delta Foundation is led by a dedicated board of trustees whom serve the ever-changing needs of the Fraternity, and to fulfilling Tri Delta’s Purpose to “assist its members in every possible way.”
national house corporation board
mapping NHC’s strategic direction
Tri Delta’s National House Corporation (NHC) board of directors are industry leader in the collegiate housing realm, and are responsible for mapping NHC’s strategic direction and implementing action throughout the year.
leadership development committee
dedicated to serving ever-changing needs
The Leadership Development Committee (LDC) is responsible for evaluating and cultivating Fraternity leaders for service in elected and appointed positions. Tri Delta’s LDC is composed of eight alumnae members, who are slated by the previous LDC and elected by the Convention body each biennium. Throughout the biennium, the committee develops slates for the Executive Board, National House Corporation Board, Foundation Board of Trustees, and the succeeding LDC.
This committee’s main goal is to help all Tri Delta women grow as leaders, and while collegiate leadership positions are traditionally filled through sisters nominating other sisters to fulfill certain roles within the chapter, the LDC encourages Tri Deltas to nominate themselves. Nominate yourself or a sister to become a leader in Tri Delta.