Introducing Tri Delta’s Collegiate Advisory Panel!
Leadership, News | September 24, 2018

Tri Delta is thrilled to launch our inaugural 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 the Fraternity-address 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, 12 extraordinary women were chosen to serve on the inaugural 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.

Meet the 2018-2019 Collegiate Advisory Panel

Emma Beaird, Baylor
Emma is a senior at Baylor University studying corporate communication and leadership. She sits on the Panhellenic Expansion Committee that is currently working to bring a new chapter to Baylor in January. She is also an active member of Baylor Student Government, serving her second term as the Student Senate President Pro Tempore, and last year she was selected as the Legislative Branch Member of the Year. Additionally, she is the student representative on the Baylor Student Life and Services Committee and is the Co-Chairperson for the Campus Promotions Committee within Baylor’s Student Foundation. She loves staying plugged in at her local church, exploring Waco with friends, volunteering with the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Program and cheering on the Baylor Bears every chance she gets!

Swati Bhandari, San Francisco
Swati is a senior international business major with a minor in legal studies at the University of San Francisco, where she is a founding member of the Epsilon Rho Chapter. She currently serves as the Vice President of Judicial for the Panhellenic Council and the Vice President of Internal Affairs for the Greek Council. Swati is originally from India but grew up in Southern California. However, she still manages to keep in touch with her Indian roots by celebrating Indian holidays and dressing up in traditional clothes any chance she gets. When she has down time from all her on-campus involvement, you can find her at the movie theater eating Panda Express while watching a movie, cooking and baking, or spending time with her Tri Delta sisters.

Gabrielle Christy, Colorado
Gabrielle is currently a collegiate member of Theta Beta Chapter in Boulder, Colorado. There she serves as vice president of chapter development which oversees Tri Delta’s Rituals and the standards committee. Gabrielle is a senior, working on a degree in atmospheric and oceanic sciences with a minor in geology. She works in her major’s department as an undergraduate teaching assistant. Originally from Connecticut, Gabrielle enjoys playing field hockey and reading fiction books.

Wynter Daggs, California/Berkeley
Wynter is a senior at UC Berkeley double majoring in social welfare and African American studies. She recently took her LSAT and after getting a year’s worth of work experience, she plans on going to law school to eventually practice civil rights law. This summer she attended both the Tri Delta Biennial Convention as well as the Tri Delta Celebration put on by St. Jude and visited New York for the first time. It is on Wynter’s bucket list to visit all 50 states in the U.S. At school, Wynter works for the athletic facilities, mentors through a university program called Sage and is a member of the Black Student Union on campus.

Amber Davies, Stockton
Amber serves as collegiate chapter president of Gamma Omega Chapter at Stockton University. She joined Tri Delta in the spring of 2017 and served in the role of treasurer prior to her current role. Aside from being involved in Greek Life, she serves as one of two Head Orientation Leaders, under the Office of New Student and Family Programs, where she was responsible for planning and facilitating the Orientation Program for all incoming students for the fall 2018 semester. Upon graduation, she plans on pursuing a master’s degree in higher education. Some hobbies of hers include knitting, drinking tea, yoga, reading, and being an aunt to her niece and nephews.

Kate Gehlan, South Florida
Kate Gehlen is a second-year student at the University of South Florida and is a member of the Beta Alpha Chapter. In her chapter she currently serves as risk management chair. She worked as an Orientation Leader during the summer of 2018 where she took primary responsibility for the transition over 130 incoming freshman students into the University. During this past recruitment, she took a step back from her own chapter to serve the entire Panhellenic Community as a Recruitment Guide (Rho Gamma). She also represents the Office of the University System President and the Alumni Association as a USF Ambassador. She is double majoring in English literature with a concentration in literary studies and international studies and plans on attending law school after her graduation in fall 2020. She loves reading, running, and taking advantage of living only an hour away from the Happiest Place on Earth, Disney World!

Michaela Johnson, Stockton
Michaela Johnson is a senior at Stockton University, in Galloway, New Jersey. She is a member of Gamma Omega Chapter and has served as vice president of membership and is currently the vice president of administration. As a student in the business school with a concentration in hospitality and tourism management, she serves on the School of Business Advisory Board and has interned in the Office of the Provost. She is hoping to go into non-profit fundraising after interning this past summer at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in their New York City field office. This is where she was able to connect her passion for both Tri Delta and St. Jude.

Alison Luckett, William & Mary
Alison hails from northern Virginia and attends the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. She currently serves as her chapter’s vice president of chapter development and just completed her role as a Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor. She is a member of William & Mary’s Fraternity/Sorority Sexual Misconduct Prevention Steering Committee and serves as the Recruitment Chair of William & Mary’s Undergraduate Student Conduct Council. Within the College, she studies government and public health. In her free time, you can find her reading The Atlantic or catching up on MasterChef.

Megan Marte, Syracuse
Megan Marte is currently a senior at Syracuse University completing a Bachelor of Science in public health with a minor in biology. She serves as the vice president chapter programming and development of Omicron Chapter, the vice president of recruitment for the Global Medical Brigades Club, an ambassador for the David B. Falk College of Human Dynamics, a research assistant at SUNY Upstate Emergency Department and a member of the Shadows of Health club. She strives to be a medical doctor who holds a Master of Public Health.

Sophia Ryan, Michigan
Sophia grew up in Boulder, Colorado, also living abroad in Barcelona, Spain. She is currently receiving a Bachelor of Science at the University of Michigan in information science. Along with being collegiate chapter president of Iota Chapter, Sophia is a member of her professional business fraternity, Phi Chi Theta, and spends time volunteering with children. In Colorado, Sophia enjoys spending time outside, skiing, mountain biking and hiking with family and friends.

Ann Weston Sistrunk, Mississippi
Ann Weston is a senior at the University of Mississippi where she studies public policy leadership, intelligence and security studies, and Spanish. At Ole Miss, Ann Weston serves as Panhellenic President. Prior to her role on Panhellenic, Ann Weston has served Tri Delta as the collegiate alumnae relations chair for her chapter’s large alumnae network. She is originally from Springfield, Missouri, but has roots in the South, as her family is from Mississippi and have all attended Ole Miss, including her triplet siblings. On campus, Ann Weston loves giving tours to prospective students and families as an Ole Miss Ambassador. In her free time, she enjoys eating with her friends in downtown Oxford on The Square, traveling to new and unique places, and cheering on the Ole Miss Rebels.

Emily Wentz, Cincinnati
Emily serves as Zeta Chapter’s new member educator at the University of Cincinnati, previously serving as chapter correspondent. Outside of Tri Delta, Emily is an academic advisor on her campus, a morale captain for UC’s Dance Marathon and an advocate for students who fall on the Autism Spectrum. She is currently in her Junior year, studying psychology and organizational leadership within the Honors Program. She is a native Cincinnatian and an avid singer, dancer, wakeboarder and queso lover. Emily would like to thank her mom (a Zeta Chapter alumna!), her wonderful advisors and fellow leaders for their mentorship.

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