With a background in construction and design, Elizabeth is in her third year as president of Chi Chapter’s local house corporation (LHC). She and her husband share a commitment to Greek life, with her husband formerly serving as a Sigma Chi advisor.
What made you want to volunteer with Tri Delta?
“Tri Delta meant a lot to me during my college years. My own positive experiences motivate me to continue this meaningful work for future members. The invaluable relationships I’ve formed with fellow volunteers enrich my personal growth journey.”
What has been your most memorable experience?
Volunteering has gifted Elizabeth with a treasure trove of memorable experiences, from mysterious leaks to HVAC dilemmas and even unexpected squirrel guests during a Christmas break! Elizabeth tackles each challenge with a blend of humor and grace.
What skills have you developed as a volunteer?
“Managing the house’s evolution from a smaller space to hosting 107 residents and serving daily meals to 566 members parallels running a hotel. Serving on our board honed my organizational and logistical skills, particularly as our chapter expanded, and these experiences directly apply to my work.”
What advice do you have for anyone considering volunteering?
“Take the leap and just do it. Volunteering can fit into your life and your schedule. There’s a place for everyone. It’s so worth it.”