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Volunteer Spotlight: Epsilon Alpha CAB Chair Alyse Riebl 

Kappa Delta volunteers are our foundation. They give their time, energy and expertise to keep Kappa Delta moving forward and our organization would not be the same without them. Every month, Kappa Delta wants to highlight one of our many incredible volunteers to showcase the impact they have on our members.

Alyse Reibl (Alpha Psi-Drury) has served on the chapter advisory board for Epsilon Alpha-Missouri S&T in Rolla, Missouri since 2021 and has served as vice chair, supporting scholarship and CAB chair. She serves on CAB remotely from Derby, Kansas which is about five and a half hours from Rolla, Missouri where Epsilon Alpha is located.

We asked about why she volunteers with Kappa Delta and what it means to her. Here is what she had to say!

Why do I volunteer for Kappa Delta?  I volunteer for Kappa Delta because I enjoy supporting our future. It gives me the opportunity to enjoy our sisterhood and make an impact on the Epsilon Alpha chapter. 

The best part of being an advisor? The honest mom answer is: Being an advisor is a wonderful to step away from my mom duties for a bit each week and support another sister.  I am grateful for the connection our EA Collegians and CAB have made with my daughter as she dreams of a being a Kappa Delta.  

How much time do you spend in your role? I spend anywhere from one hour to 3 hours a week in the role. My collegians know that I am always a call/text away.

Best tips for advising success, specifically as a remote advisor.  Being remote means making a conscious effort to set schedules and maintain relationships.  Asking the collegian which way they would like to communicate has helped us ensure that we are working towards the goals they have set. There are times that I check in with my council member randomly during the week just so that they know I am there to support them.  

Interested in volunteering with KD?  

There are so many opportunities to share your time and talent. From working with a local collegiate chapter on a chapter advisory board or house corporation board to serving on a foundation committee like the scholarship review committee, we are grateful for the thousands of alumnae who give back to KD. Join us!  

Visit kappadelta.org/volunteer to browse opportunities and learn about next steps.  

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