2019 Alumnae Award Winners
Leadership, Sisterhood | July 29, 2019

The 2019 alumnae awards were presented at Tri Delta’s Volunteer Leadership Conference (VLC), held in Dallas, Texas, during the awards breakfast on Sunday, July 14.

Congratulations to our 2019 alumnae award recipients!

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

Outstanding House Corporation Award
Recognizes house corporations that provide outstanding service to their respective collegiate chapters.

Chi Chapter House Corporation – University of Mississippi

Delta Iota House Corporation – University of Arkansas

Mentoring with Purpose Award
Recognizes an individual advisor or collegiate advisory team that provides hands-on and meaningful coaching and guidance to support collegiate members.

Kelly Scarfe, Alumna Advisor – Illinois State University

Zeta Chapter Advisory Team – University of Cincinnati

Theta Beta Chapter Advisory Team – University of Colorado, Boulder

Gamma Rho Chapter Advisory Team – Pepperdine University

Volunteer Service Award
Recognizes dedicated Tri Delta volunteers who have demonstrated outstanding service and commitment to Tri Delta, her members and the chapters they serve.

Bianca Koutsakos, Alumnae Chapter Officer – Mt. Diablo, California

Amy Suttles, Collegiate District Officer – Florida State University and University of Alabama

Kathy Massie, Release Figure Methodology Specialist – National Panhellenic Conference

Many thanks to our Volunteer Awards Committee, who reviewed nominations to determine winners for the Mentoring with Purpose and Volunteer Service awards: Deb West, Chair; Laura Gremillion; Laura Simic; Maria Iuliano.

ALUMNAE CHAPTER AWARDS

Eleanor Dorcas Pond Award
Recognizes the top alumnae chapter who has exhibited overall exceptional and rewarding experiences to their members while maintaining a viable roster, promoting lifetime membership, offering diversity in activities and reflecting a commitment to sisterhood and the Purpose of Tri Delta.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Excellence in Member Experience
Recognizes alumnae chapters who exhibit engaging and meaningful membership activities.

Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

Phoenix Valley, Arizona

Excellence in Communication
Recognizes alumnae chapters who exhibit timely and meaningful communication among members, the local community and Executive Office.

San Jose, California

Chicago Loop Group, Illinois

Excellence in Collegiate Connection
Recognizes alumnae chapters who exhibit excellence in fostering meaningful relationships with local collegiate chapters.

Oklahoma City/Edmond, Oklahoma

Lincoln, Nebraska

Excellence in Philanthropy with Purpose
Recognizes alumnae chapters who exhibit an unselfish and steadfast commitment to philanthropic endeavors that benefit the Tri Delta Foundation, local childhood cancer charities and initiatives for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Atlanta, Georgia

Dallas, Texas

Fredericksburg Area, Virginia

Houston, Texas

Excellence in Service to Others
Recognizes alumnae chapters who give generously of their time and talent to serve others within Tri Delta and their local community through hands-on engagement.

Gulf Coast, Mississippi

Indianapolis, Indiana

Southern Orange County, California

Many thanks to our Alumnae Awards Committee, who reviewed all alumnae chapter annual reports to determine alumnae chapter award winners: Sharon Eklund, Chair; Michelle Mercer;Nicole Harmon.

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