Zeta Lambda is thankful to have an amazing group of women leading our chapter in 2020. Read below to learn more about them and their positions!
My name is Samantha and I am the President for the Zeta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi here at Texas A&M. I’m a marketing major in the Mays Business School and I’m from Spring, Texas. As President, I oversee all Executive Officers and chapter operations, as well as work closely with the international Alpha Delta Pi organization. I previously served as the Vice President of Finance this past year and I’m extremely honored and excited to serve this chapter as President this year!
Vice President of Operations
Howdy! I’m Julie and I am a sophomore computer science major from Dallas, TX. I am involved in Women in Engineering, University Honors, and Engineering honors. As Vice President of Operations I am responsible for the organization of the chapter. This includes creating our yearly calendar, updating chapter members through weekly emails, and organizing officer elections and transitions. I am so excited to get to serve this chapter through my work in this position!
Vice President of Membership Experience
I’m a junior animal science major from Flower Mound, Texas, and my role is to oversee each level of membership in the chapter and ensure that each member has a positive experience! While I serve my sisters as VP of Membership Experience, I am a member in Pre-Vet Society and Aggie Guide-Dogs and Service-Dogs, and I am in the University Honors and the Animal Science Honors programs! You can also catch me writing an undergraduate thesis about cattle social networks, and working at the Texas A&M Small Animal Hospital ER
Vice President of Marketing
Hi! My name is Abby Harmon, and I’m a sophomore civil engineering major and graphic design minor from Cypress, Texas. I hope to one day work for the Walt Disney Company and design ride structures. As Vice President of Marketing, I oversee the recruitment and marketing team and assist where needed. I also implement the chapter’s marketing and recruitment plan to promote Zeta Lambda and ensure future growth for the chapter. I love getting to give back to this chapter by leading it during recruitment.
Vice President of Finance
Howdy! My name is Emily Bohnsack. I am a management information systems major from Sugar Land, TX. As Vice President of Finance, I am in charge of keeping track of all chapter finances and preparing our annual budget. I ensure member dues are paid and that the chapter is always up to date financially.
Vice President of Member Development
Howdy! My name is AnnMarie Burns, and I am the Vice President of Membership Development. I am a senior biological and agricultural engineering major with a business minor from San Antonio, Texas. As the VP of Member Development, I lead the chapter in upholding the values of Alpha Delta Pi and empower our members to be the best versions of themselves. I ensure that all of our women have an understanding of our Statements of Policy and why they are important. I’m looking forward to helping our chapter members grow both individually and as a sisterhood!
Vice President of Event Management
Howdy! My name is Makayla Hayman and I’m a sophomore public health major from Round Rock, TX. In my position, I have the opportunity to plan social and family events for the chapter, as well as oversee the Event Management team. I enjoy planning social and family events because it allows me to provide fun opportunities for chapter members to create long lasting memories with sisters! I love our chapter and am so excited to serve my home away from home!
Vice President of Panhellenic Relations
Howdy! My name is Caitlyn Chance and I am an English major with a business minor from Granbury, Texas! I love creative writing and math (I know, what a combo), and also enjoy dancing and puzzles! As Vice President of Panhellenic Relations, I serve as a liaison between our chapter and CPC and also act as a communicator to and from other Greek Life to represent our chapter in a positive manner. I found my true and perfect sisterhood here at Alpha Delta Pi, and I wanted to represent that in my actions within the Greek community and Texas A&M!