Member Development Team
What We Do
The Member Development Team helps empower and hold accountable the women of this chapter. We work together to uphold Alpha Delta Pi’s standards, scholarship, and wellness. We also do everything we can to help and support our sisters. All the members of this team are vitally important to help our chapter grow and be successful as women and as a sisterhood.
VP 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!
Director of Academic Affairs
Howdy! My name is Karleigh Hesser and I am an ag science major from Granbury, Texas. As the Director of Academic Affairs, I ensure members are upholding academic standards and get to provide resources for those who might be struggling academically. I meet with my sisters and provide workshops that will improve the academic performance of the chapter. I love getting to help my sisters while having fun doing it!
Howdy! My name is Skylar Vera and I am a general studies major from New Braunfels, Texas. Some of my favorite things are spending time with my friends and obsessing over my adorable nephews (and future niece!). As the Wellness Specialist, it is my job to ensure that the members of our chapter are educated on wellness and the various resources that are provided to them through Alpha Delta Pi as well as Texas A&M. With this position, I intend to facilitate positivity within our chapter, and promote open communication between myself and the chapter members.
Howdy! My name is Jess and I have the amazing opportunity to serve as Zeta Lambda’s Chaplain this year! I am an ag science major, studying to be a high school ag teacher and a future feed rep for a major feed company. As Chaplain I get to be middle man between our chapter and faith organizations on campus! I also have the pleasure of leading community groups, help plan fellowship events, and ensure ADPi’s spiritual welfare remains my top priority. I am so excited and so grateful to serve my chapter in such a big way!!
RACHEL E. LOPEZ
Spiritual Engagement Specialist
Shalom. My name is Rachel Elizabeth Hernandez Lopez and I am a visualization major from Little Elm, TX. As Spiritual Engagement Specialist, I hope to impact our members in a positive way and help them take their next steps in their faith as well as mental health. I want our girls, as well as any other person(s), to become involved in the wellness of our community and ourselves. I’m thankful for this opportunity to enrich and enlighten, and I’m ready to take Zeta Lambda on this wonderful journey.