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Kappa Delta Hires Ten Leadership Development Consultants

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Kappa Delta Sorority hired 10 leadership development consultants (LDCs) for the 2022-2023 academic year, including seven collegians who graduate spring 2022, two who graduated December 2021, and a current LDC who will return for a second year as senior leadership development consultant.

Throughout the academic year, LDCs serve as ambassadors for the organization by visiting chapters across the country. They will focus on providing guidance to collegiate chapters in the areas of chapter operations, recruitment, leadership development, sisterhood and belonging and inclusion.

“These 10 LDCs exemplify Kappa Delta’s values and strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest,” says Maggie Waples, executive director of Kappa Delta. “Each woman brings a unique experience and perspective to Kappa Delta, and I believe they will be excellent mentors for Kappa Deltas across the country. After putting this program on hold for two years due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are so excited get back on college campuses!”

Senior LDC:

  • Mimi McCarroll (Alpha Mu-Mississippi)

First-year LDCs:

  • Bree Davis (Delta Delta-Troy)
  • Lianna Urbanowski (Eta Tau-Florida Gulf Coast)
  • Sera Giles (Nu-Oklahoma State)
  • Karen Gonski (Delta Beta-Eastern Illinois)
  • Emma Gunter (Sigma Tau-Washington State)
  • Alyssa Hahn (Epsilon Iota-Missouri)
  • Maddie Hall (Iota-Centre)
  • Courtney Hrubala (Epsilon Sigma-Wofford)
  • Caroline Parris (Gamma Delta-East Tennessee State)

“These dynamic leaders come to us from nine states, representing nearly all regions of the country, as well as a variety of universities – from large state schools to small private and liberal arts schools,” says Rachel Loos, senior collegiate experience manager. “Across the team, we have women who have experience serving on chapter council and student government, participating in honor societies, mentoring programs and sports teams, and have an array of majors from biology to psychology to business, education and more.”


Kappa Delta Sorority is a national organization for women with more than 277,000 members, 168 active collegiate chapters and 223 active alumnae chapters nationwide. Kappa Delta is active in a number of philanthropic endeavors, including the prevention of child abuse and confidence-building programming with Girl Scouts of the USA. In 2009, the Sorority created the Confidence Coalition, an international movement to promote confidence in women and girls. In 2010, Kappa Delta established International Girls Day to empower girls to reach their potential. It also created International Women’s Friendship Month for women everywhere. Kappa Delta’s national headquarters is in Memphis, Tennessee. For more information, visit www.kappadelta.org.


Ashley Brown
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