Chapter Leadership

Mia Plankey

Chapter President

It is the responsibility of the collegiate chapter president (CCP) to model Tri Delta’s Purpose, serve as a role model for chapter members, be knowledgeable about all facets of chapter operations and inspire officers and members to work toward accomplishing the chapter’s goals

Leah Chadwick

Vice President of Operations

It is the responsibility of the vice president/operations (VPO) to efficiently and effectively manage the overall operations of the chapter, as well as officer accountability. Additionally, if the collegiate chapter president (CCP) cannot assume their duties for any reason, the VPO will assume the role of the CCP.

Anne Clark Bellamy

Vice President of Chapter Programming and Development

It is the responsibility of the vice president of chapter programming and development (VPCPD) to efficiently and effectively manage the coordination and implementation of Tri Delta programs and oversee all opportunities to enrich the individual member experience.

Amelie Mennega

Vice President of Community Relations

It is the responsibility of the vice president/community relations (VPCR) to lead chapter initiatives that impact the community at large. The VPCR strives to build strong partnerships with other organizations on and off campus.

Arden Warren

Vice President of Membership Experience

It is the responsibility of the vice president/membership experience (VPME) to coordinate all education, logistics and implementation of chapter recruitment efforts. The VPME will oversee all initiatives to engage the entire chapter and uphold all Tri Delta ideals during recruitment efforts and during the collegiate membership in Tri Delta – from the new member period through becoming alumnae.

Kate Euart

Director of Administration

It is the responsibility of the director of administration to assist in overall chapter business. The director of administration contributes to chapter operations by maintaining organized records and documenting chapter business meetings.

Abbey Cook

Director of Facility Operations

It is the responsibility of the director of facility operations to oversee all administrative responsibilities involved in maintaining the chapter facility and/or Tri Delta territory. It is the responsibility of the director of facility operations to instill a sense of community in and among the chapter and facility residents, as applicable.

Ava Moreal

Director of Membership Finances

It is the responsibility of the director of member finances to manage and oversee individual member finances and accounts receivable.

Devereux Ringer

Director of Academic Excellence

It is the responsibility of the director of academic excellence to serve as an expert on the chapter’s academic requirements and initiatives, and to ensure academics are a priority for both individual members and the chapter as a whole.

Kate Underwood

Director of Risk Managment and Wellness

It is the responsibility of the director of risk management and wellness to consistently provide risk education to members and to oversee the implementation of a risk management and wellness plan for the chapter. The director of risk management and wellness is responsible for promoting a safe and secure environment.

McKenna O'Neill

Director of Ceremonies and Rituals

It is the responsibility of the director of ceremonies and Ritual to oversee the proper implementation of all Rituals and ceremonies. It is this director’s responsibility to preserve the integrity of Tri Delta Rituals and educate chapter members on their importance.

Lauren Werner

Director of Social Events

It is the responsibility of the director of social events to coordinate all chapter events in adherence to Tri Delta’s Governing Documents.

Maddie Hughes

Director of Philanthropy

It is the responsibility of the director of philanthropy to oversee the chapter’s philanthropic fundraising efforts to establish a culture of philanthropy and passionate service in chapter members. The director of philanthropy leads chapter education regarding Tri Delta’s philanthropic approach, to include Tri Delta’s Foundation, the fight to end childhood cancer at local and regional levels and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Bess White

Director of Public Relations and Marketing

It is the responsibility of the director of public relations and marketing to promote a positive public image for the chapter, Tri Delta and the membership. The director of public relations and marketing will oversee initiatives for internal and external public relations while upholding the ideals of Tri Delta.

Caroline Alexander

Director of Membership Selection

It is the responsibility of the director of member selection to contribute to a culture of year-round recruitment by collecting, processing and organizing all potential new members’ (PNMs) information obtained by the chapter. This officer educates the chapter on the voting process for membership selection and ensures the chapter follows appropriates procedures.

Kenslie Myers

Director of Recruitment Events

It is the responsibility of the director of recruitment events to plan all design efforts for recruitment and coordinate member involvement in the implementation of approved designs. The director of recruitment events will oversee committees and appointed officers to carry-out the execution of plans prior to recruitment rounds beginning.

Kate Underwood

Director of First Year Experience

It is the responsibility of the director of first year experience to implement all programming to ensure new members are appropriately prepared for Initiation and integrated into the chapter during their first year as a member of Tri Delta. The director of first year experience will focus on belonging within the chapter to assist with the retention of members. This officer will empower new members to find community within the chapter as well as encourage initiated members in the integration of the new members to create a strong sisterhood.

Keira Doherty

Director of Lifetime Membership

It is the responsibility of the director of lifetime membership to provide sound education of the traditions, relevance and Fraternity history to all events, activities and presentations, and to support the idea of lifelong membership in Tri Delta by spreading pride among members and to maintain the relationship with local and national alumnae members.