Leadership, News | March 1, 2019

The 2019 Alumnae Awards process has officially kicked off, and we’re excited to hear from our members the incredible work our alumnae have been doing over the past year!

Alumnae Chapter Annual Report

The Alumnae Chapter Annual Report is back for a second year! Each alumnae chapter should review the Alumnae Chapter Annual Report Help Guide and complete the Alumnae Chapter Annual Report online by the end of the day on Sunday, April 7.

Tri Delta’s Alumnae Awards Committee looks forward to reviewing all annual report submissions to identify award winners. The awards to be presented are:

  • Alumnae Excellence in Communication
  • Alumnae Excellence in Member Experience
  • Alumnae Excellence in Philanthropy with Purpose
  • Alumnae Excellence in Serving Others
  • Eleanor Dorcas Pond Award (Most outstanding alumnae chapter)

To be eligible, an alumnae chapter must be financially current with Tri Delta and submit content that occurred between Aug. 1, 2018, and July 31, 2019.

Ensure your Alumnae Chapter President (or other representative) plans to attend Volunteer Leadership Conference this July 12-14. She will be able to attend the Alumnae Chapter President Track and be present to receive award(s) on behalf of the chapter, if selected as a winner.

Volunteer Service Award

Recognize a sister for her service to Tri Delta with the 2019 Volunteer Service Award! This award recognizes volunteers who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to Tri Delta and the members/chapters they serve. Learn more and submit your nomination by Sunday, April 7 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Questions? Email volunteer@trideltaeo.org.

Mentoring with Purpose Award

Collegiate members, show us how much you love your advisors! Nominate your advisory team or faculty advisor for the 2019 Mentoring with Purpose Award. This award recognizes Tri Delta’s most outstanding advisors who have served as effective mentors and encouraged chapter independence and excellence. Applications are due Sunday, April 7 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Questions? Email volunteer@trideltaeo.org.


Tri Delta Names First Sisters of Color to Executive Board

As part of our LEADDD Now plan to create an equitable and inclusive lifetime membership experience for Tri Delta's Black, Indigenous and Sisters of Color Tri Delta’s Convention delegates voted in July to expand the number of Executive Board members by two and asked the Leadership Development Committee (LDC) to fill those vacancies with Black, Indigenous and Sisters of Color.


Membership in Tri Delta

Who are we? We are BRAVE, BOLD and KIND. We are passionate about serving others, committed to becoming the best versions of ourselves and dedicated to helping women live, learn and lead - with Purpose - for a lifetime. We are sisters woven together by our individuality of spirit, heart and mind....