Susan, Delta Gamma-Western Kentucky, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and earned her juris doctorate from the University of Kentucky College of Law. She has served as a collegiate membership director, national collegiate advisor, collegiate province president, vice chairman for the Nominating Committee and as national vice president before taking on the role of national president. She has been an advisor on four chapter advisory boards. Susan is a retired attorney who previously worked as a senior counsel for General Electric, and she founded Stockton Consulting in Geneva, Switzerland. Susan is a director on the Kappa Delta Foundation board.
Emily, Delta Sigma-South Alabama, earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and history and a Master of Education in educational leadership from the University of South Alabama. She holds professional certifications in Title IX coordination, civil rights investigator, student affairs law and policy, and sexual misconduct. Emily has worked in higher education and sorority and fraternity affairs for nearly 20 years, and has served on Kappa Delta’s National Leadership Team as the university case manager and Bias Response Intervention Team (BRIT) co-lead. Emily is a director on the Kappa Delta Foundation board.
Courtney, Zeta Omicron-Wake Forest, graduated from Wake Forest University with a bachelor’s degree in English and earned her juris doctorate from Baylor University School of Law. She currently works as the senior vice president, general counsel for the business formation services company, ZenBusiness Inc. Courtney has served Kappa Delta as a member of the National Leadership Team and on two chapter advisory boards.
Laura Beth, Delta Gamma-Western Kentucky, earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and went on to work as an insurance broker specializing in employee benefits. She is currently the vice president of group benefits at Pinnacle Planning Group Inc. She has served Kappa Delta nationally as the collegiate special projects director, collegiate membership director and chapter accounting specialist, and locally on three chapter advisory boards.
Tove, Omicron-Illinois Wesleyan, holds a bachelor’s degree in music education and worked as an elementary school teacher for 28 years before retiring. She began volunteering for Kappa Delta in 1970 and has served as collegiate province president, regional chapter director, special advisor, national director of membership, national director of CABs, alumnae province president, alumnae chapter membership specialist, alumnae chapter operations specialist, alumnae development specialist and, most recently, alumnae chapter specialist. She was a Girl Scout troop leader and founded the Girls’ Athletic Club at Armstrong Junior High School and OAKlub, a philanthropic club, at Oakdale Elementary School. Tove is a director on the Kappa Delta Foundation board.
Sarah, Epsilon Iota-Missouri, earned a Bachelor of Science in secondary education in mathematics and is a certified treasury professional through the Association for Financial Professionals. She is the executive vice president and Commercial Division manager at Commerce Bank. Sarah has served national Kappa Delta as a chapter accounting specialist, division accounting specialist and as chapter advisory board-treasurer for Epsilon Iota-Missouri.
Julie, Sigma Psi-North Dakota State, has served as national president, national vice president-membership and foundation director in addition to her role as NPC delegate. She has served on several chapter advisory boards and house corporations. She previously served on the National Panhellenic Conference Executive Committee as Panhellenics chairman. Julie received a Bachelor of Science in business administration and organizational communications and a master’s degree in higher education administration. She has served on the board of directors of Prevent Child Abuse America and volunteered with Girls Scouts of the USA.
Maggie, Delta Sigma-South Alabama, began her role as executive director of the sorority and foundation in 2021. She has extensive experience in marketing and organizational management, previously serving as Global Vice President, Product Management and Marketing at Deflecto, a global consumer products company. She spent three years as General Manager and Senior Vice President of Marketing of the Yearbook division at Herff Jones and 13 years in Pearson’s Higher Education division in various product marketing positions. Maggie holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and earned her MBA at the Drucker School of Management in California. She served her collegiate chapter as president, vice president-membership, vice president-public relations and VP of Panhellenic. Immediately following college, she served two years as a Chapter Development Consultant for Kappa Delta.
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