Tri Delta's Executive Office staff supports the work of the Fraternity.
Sr. Director of Educational Initiatives
Job Description: The Director of Educational Initiatives works with staff and volunteers to provide thought, leadership and day-to-day coordination for Tri Delta's living and learning initiatives. Special focus is placed on educational projects, programs and public relations efforts. The director oversees the activities of the Education team and is additionally responsible for planning Tri Delta's program offerings, designing curricula, conducting program evaluation and assessment, and performing overall analysis to inform future program development.
Bio: Sarah is originally from Shreveport, La. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Mississippi University for Women and a Master of Arts degree in higher education administration from The University of Alabama. Sarah is a member of both a local sorority and of Phi Mu Fraternity and served as a Greek advisor for five years before joining the Tri Delta staff at Executive Office.
Mari Ann Callais
Sr. Director of Development
Bio: Mari Ann worked in higher education for 16 years, and most recently served as an assistant professor and student affairs program coordinator at Mississippi State University. She has served in numerous volunteer positions including as a NPC Delegate and past National President for her sorority, Theta Phi Alpha. She has presented more than 500 workshops on fraternity and sorority leadership, team building and values.
Mari Ann holds an undergraduate degree in political science from Loyola University, New Orleans, and a Masters of Education and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Research at Louisiana State University. Mari Ann has been presented several awards through the years, including the Sigma Sigma Sigma "Greek Advisor of the Year," Theta Chi "Outstanding Greek Affairs Professional Award" and has received the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference "Advisor of the Year Award" twice. She was also awarded the Association of Fraternity Advisors "Distinguished Service Award" and the highest award Theta Phi Alpha bestows on a member, the "Guard of Honor."
Natalie ParisH TRLICEK
Chapter Resource Coordinator
Job Description: The Chapter Resources Coordinator provides support to both collegiate and alumnae members to execute implementation of developmental programming through many avenues. Catering to the ever changing progression of our organization, while staying true to our timeless values, is the goal of the Chapter Resources Coordinator. Special focus is places on identifying the needs of our membership and assisting in the development of the solutions through member development initiatives and regular correspondence with our members.
Bio: Natalie Parish was initiated into Beta Epsilon chapter of Tri Delta in the fall of 2004. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. Natalie served her chapter as Collegiate Chapter President where she learned from the many lessons of Tri Delta. Natalie began working for Tri Delta in 2005. Since finishing traveling as a Field Consultant in 2009-2010, Natalie has moved back to Fort Worth, Texas and is happy to be back in the office working in The Center for Living, Learning and Leading.
Chapter Wellness Coordinator
Job Description: Stacy provides support for any Tri Delta chapters who are implementing educational or developmental programs in the areas of health and wellness.
Job Description: The Operations Coordinator serves on both the Development and Educational Sub-Teams to oversee the processing and acknowledgement of all campaign donations and fundraising initiatives. Correspondence and data collection for educational and leadership development programs both internally and externally are completed in coordination with Tri Delta's National House Corporation. Assistance is also provided by maintaining accurate records of The Center's program implementation status and results.
Bio: Liz received her undergraduate Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. She was initiated into the Beta Epsilon chapter of Tri Delta in the fall of 2009, and continues her connection through Tri Delta's Arlington Alumni Chapter. Originally working for Executive Office as a Delta Shop Associate, Liz became inspired by the dedication of her coworkers and is now motivated to assist the fraternity in her new position at The Center.