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Beth Spransy Dickinson, Delta Theta/Florida, is alumnae district director in Alumnae District IV and event coordinator for NC Triangle Alumnae Chapter. She has previously served as advisory board chairman (ABC) and education advisor for Eta Theta/Central Florida; alumnae district officer and alumnae district president; member of the Raleigh scholarship application review committee; and chapter establishment volunteer.
Undergraduate officer positions held: Archivist & historian and member of the alumnae relations and ritual committees.
How did you learn about the opportunity to become a Theta volunteer? After moving from Florida to North Carolina, a state in which I knew no one, I was definitely missing my alumnae chapter and the interactions I had as a Theta volunteer. While looking on the Theta website, I found out about an opportunity on the alumnae committee. The rest is history!
How long have you been a Theta volunteer? I first became a college chapter advisor in 2001, and with the exception of about four months after moving, have been a volunteer ever since.
Do you, or did you have, a Theta mentor? There are so many Thetas who I look up to, admire and respect, but my Theta mentor has definitely been Debbie Allen, Delta Theta/Florida. Our first connection was our love for Theta and then our love for our Florida Gators! She was the first Fraternity vice president alumnae with whom I had the pleasure of volunteering. She is a volunteer at heart like me and has helped me grow in many of those roles.
Why do you stay involved with Theta?. I get so much out of my continued involvement with Theta! I love the opportunity to connect with Thetas across the district in which I serve (currently Ohio, Tennessee, and Kentucky) as well as those on the alumnae committee. I had a great time during college, but the relationships I have built as an alumna are even stronger.
Do you have a special volunteering moment? One of my favorite "special volunteering" experiences has been as the member of a chapter establishment team. I have been fortunate to contribute in this role for Zeta Omicron/Wake Forest, Theta Theta/NC State, and Epsilon Nu/Virginia Tech. I enjoy meeting the potential new members, but my favorite part is presiding over the Pledge Service and seeing the look on a new member's face as she recognizes me as one of her interviewers.
Do you have a special Theta moment? The Theta moment that is most special was my wedding day. In addition to my six bridesmaids, our soloist and scripture reader were my Theta sisters. At our reception, we were surrounded by Thetas who serenaded us with the candle lighting song!
Do you have a profession or personal passion? I am a preschool director, and children are my passion!
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