MEMBERSHIP EDUCATION TEAM
What We Do
The Membership Education Team facilitates the experience of our newest members from Bid Day to Diamond Days (initiation). We also host sisterhood events and leadership workshops to help our collegians succeed. When our sisters graduate, we organize their transition to alumnae and help them stay connected with Alpha Delta Pi.
VP 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.
Director of New Member Experience
Howdy! My name is Peyton and I am a psychology major planning to pursue a career in cardiovascular perfusion! As Director of New Member Experience, I work with the rest of the membership experience team to organize education of the history of our sorority and chapter for new members. I also work to provide new members with the tools necessary to succeed within the chapter. My time as a new member inspired me to run for this position so that I could give back to the sisterhood that made me who I am today.
Director of Ritual Education
Howdy! I am a sophomore political science major from Fort Worth, Texas. My job as Director of Ritual Education is to protect and preserve the ritual of our chapter through conducting initiation each spring and fall. I also hold ritual reviews each semester and make sure that formal chapter meetings are run in accordance with our ritual.
Director of Alumnae Engagement
Howdy! I am a Telecommunications major from Arlington, Texas. As the Director of Alumnae Engagement for the Zeta Lambda chapter, I am in charge of communication with our Alumnae. I do this by sending out newsletters which give an update on what our chapter is doing. I also help to transition seniors into alumnae status by coordinating senior sendoff to ensure they feel loved and appreciated by our chapter. I also get to plan one of ADPi’s most important events, Founder’s Day. This event brings together all the sisters of ADPi both current Deltas and Pi members to celebrate the beginning of this amazing sorority!
Sisterhood Program Specialist
Hi i’m Zoi, I am a sophomore from Houston, Texas and plan to graduate with a marketing major. My Freshman year of college I attended the University of Alabama where I was an Alpha Delta Pi! My role as a Sisterhood Program Specialist is to make the sisterhood of the Zeta Lambda Chapter grow stronger as well as for our sisters to grow closer and share memories they will remember and cherish forever.