Tri Delta’s commitment to create an equitable and inclusive lifetime membership experience for Tri Delta’s Black, Indigenous and Sisters of Color by identifying and dismantling systemic racism; promoting education, understanding and healing; and fighting for equality and justice.
Tri Delta celebrated the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King by partnering with the National Civil Rights Museum as a Corporate Associate. Tri Delta is excited to financially support the museum and to join in its mission to share the culture and lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement and explore how this significant era continues to shape equality and freedom globally. The museum, located at the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, TN –where civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968 — holds a special place in our Tri Delta hearts as many of our members visit the museum each year when we celebrate our partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, also located in Memphis.Visit the Museum
This 14-member group has been formed to provide recommendations and guidance to the NPC Board of Directors, and its creation is an important step in helping eliminate the structural and systemic barriers blocking women from access to the sorority experience.Read More
- We will uphold our values, virtues and Purpose in all work related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
- We will remain brave, bold and kind alike to all as we approach this work with humility and steadfast love.
- We will act with accountability and provide transparency to our members.
Dr. Diane Petersen, Ohio Wesleyan
One of the most powerful – and emotional – moments of our time at LEADDD Online was the LEADDD Now conversation Kimberlee Sullivan had with Tri Delta’s first Black sister, Dr. Diane Petersen, Ohio Wesleyan.Watch Now
Sabur Woldu, Texas/Dallas & Lexi Leggs, Millikin
Two remarkable young alumnae reflecting on Dr. Diane Petersen’s story and Tri Delta’s future as we work to dismantle racism and promote a more inclusive and equitable membership experience for all members.Watch Now
Zakiya Young, Pittsburgh
This dialogue between Zakiya and Fraternity President Megan Shaw James, Millsaps, centers on Zakiya’s career, her membership journey and her experiences as a Black woman in Tri Delta.Watch Now
Tycely Williams, Wake Forest
Two members of our 2020-2022 Executive Board, Lenora Oeters, Cincinnati, and Tycely Williams, Wake Forest discuss our LEADDD Now plan, transformational change and creating inclusive and equitable spaces for all Tri Delta members.Watch Now
Emily Greer, Rhodes
New Executive Board Director, Emily Greer, Rhodes focuses on how diversity helps shape an organization for more success and how Tri Delta is leading the way to make a more inclusive and equitable experience for all members.Watch Now
LEADDD Now: Conversations on Racism
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