Tri Delta is thrilled to announce our 2019-2020 Collegiate Advisory Panel (CAP)! The CAP is a standing focus group, comprised of undergraduate members, who will serve as a liaison between the collegiate membership and Tri Delta leadership -addressing topics facing college campuses today. The CAP will provide perspective and insight on relevant topics and serve as the voice of the undergraduate experience. After an application process, 10 extraordinary women were chosen to serve on the panel. Tri Delta looks forward to collaborating with these women to enhance the collegiate experience and honor our commitment to helping women live, learn and lead – with Purpose – for a lifetime.
Kate Gehlen, South Florida
Kate Gehlen is a third-year senior in the Genshaft Honors College at the University of South Florida pursuing a degree in English literature with the intentions of attending law school. She served on the Collegiate Advisory Panel during its inaugural year and is very grateful to be able to continueto work with Tri Delta in this capacity. At USF, Kate serves as an Ambassador, a member of the Order of the Golden Brahman, Director of the Tradition Keepers program, and in her chapter as academic development chair. She is spending this summer abroad, first teaching English and life skills at a shelter for children in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, and then studying in London. She loves reading, trying new coffee shops, and spontaneous road trips!
Katherine (Kate) Gladhart-Hayes, Puget Sound
Katherine is a senior at the University of Puget Sound studying science, technology, and society with a minor in neuroscience and an emphasis in bioethics. At Puget Sound, she’s also involved in student government, rugby, and the Center of Intercultural and Civic Engagement. Originally from Eugene, Oregon, Katherine loves her hometown and remains involved in community service and the martial arts community. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, knitting, baking and getting outside.
Elizabeth Guinn, Louisiana State
Elizabeth is a member of the Delta Omega Chapter at Louisiana State University, where she is obtaining a dual degree in information systems and marketing. She currently serves the LSU Greek community as Panhellenic President and Order of Omega President. Elizabeth has previously served Tri Delta as the chapter correspondent, a new member sponsor, and a member of the officer selection committee. Outside of Greek Life, she gives campus tours as an LSU Ambassador. Elizabeth’s favorite things to do include traveling, laughing and meeting new people!
Leigh Forsyth, Emory
Leigh Forsyth is a rising senior at Emory University majoring in history and English in the History Honors Department. She is writing an honors thesis about early American foreign policy and is on the Dean’s List. She has served as vice president of community relations and vice president of membership experience in Alpha Omega Chapter. She has interned for Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, P.C. for the last two summers and is interested in pursuing a career in law.
Aly Luckett, William & Mary
Aly is a senior at William & Mary and is so excited to return for a second term on the CAP! She is from the Washington, D.C., area and studies government and public health. She has served as her chapter’s vice president of chapter development, house manager, a Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor and a member of the Fraternity/Sorority Sexual Misconduct Prevention Steering Committee. Outside of sorority life, Aly is the recruitment chair of William & Mary’s Undergraduate Student Conduct Council and serves as a Confidential Advocate with The Haven, William & Mary’s peer-based resource for survivors of sexual assault. In her free time, you can catch her reading The Atlantic or re-watching Ali Wong’s stand-up comedy specials.
Bailey Thomas, Auburn
Bailey serves on Auburn University’s Panhellenic Cabinet as director of benevolence where she oversees all 18 sororities’ philanthropies and Benefit Nights. Prior to her role on Panhellenic Cabinet she served as the local philanthropy chair for Phi Theta Chapter where she organized and executed multiple fundraising events. She was also recently rewarded “Tri Delta Service Award” from her chapter for her contribution to her chapter and all of Auburn University’s Panhellenic community’s Philanthropy endeavors. Bailey is studying rehabilitation and disability studies and hopes after graduating to attend grad school to become an occupational therapist. Bailey works at a barrier-free special needs summer camp in Texas that inspired her to study to become an occupational therapist.
Ashlyn Blare, Wyoming
Ashlyn is a double major in psychology and family and consumer sciences with a concentration in human development. She serves as the vice president of membership for the Theta Eta chapter. When she’s not busy with her chapter duties, she is a research assistant for the Psychology Department, the President of the Psi Chi Honorary, and a program facilitator for a college relationships class. She wishes to pursue a master’s in higher education and student affairs after graduating in the spring. During the summer, Ashlyn also works as a research assistant for Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood and mentors under Meredith Dana at Tri Delta Executive Office, analyzing Tri Delta curriculum.
Noel Fleig, Florida
Noel currently serves as the activities and involvement chair for Alpha Psi Chapter. Prior to this position, she served as collegiate-alumnae relations chair. She is currently a student at the University of Florida pursuing a degree in public relations. Noel serves as vice chair of administration for the Young Leaders Conference at UF, where she oversees the development of the conference. She also is a Panhellenic recruitment counselor. In her free time, Noel enjoys spending time with her friends, watching movies, reading, listening to music and getting outdoors.
Caroline Billeaudeau, Louisiana/Lafayette
Caroline serves as the vice president of administration for the Phi Nu Chapter. Before being slated as VPA, she served as the continuing education chair and the member development chair. Caroline has also served as a campus leader on the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Extended Orientation program SOUL Camp, where she served as a mentor and was appointed to SOUL Camp’s Leadership team. She also served on the Student Government Association as the Greek Affairs Executive Cabinet member. Caroline is a senior at UL Lafayette where she is studying speech pathology and audiology and plans to pursue a master’s degree in fall of 2020.
Sabur Woldu, Texas/Dallas
Sabur is a senior international political economy major at the University of Texas at Dallas on a pre-law track. During her time in Epsilon Theta Chapter she has served as the social events chair and currently serves as collegiate chapter president. In addition to serving her chapter, Sabur is also involved on her campus as the current president of College Democrats and was a member of the mock trial and mediation teams. One of Sabur’s passions is human rights and she wants to dedicate her life to fighting for equality in the world. Sabur loves to travel around the world and has been to over 15 countries. One of her favorite things about traveling is getting to truly understand other people’s cultures and seeing how a language or cultural barrier don’t prevent us from being able to have so much in common with someone across the world!