Kappa Alpha Theta's educational leadership consultants (ELCs) are recent college graduates who serve in a visible role for Theta. They are role models for Theta's college chapter members and alumnae volunteers. As official representatives of the Fraternity, ELCs enthusiastically support Theta's ideals and foster the Fraternity's goals and objectives.
Please welcome the 18 leading women selected to serve the Fraternity as the 2017-18 educational leadership consultants!
- Daria Bisharah, Zeta Nu/UC Davis
- Macy Bonniwell, Gamma Phi/Texas Tech
- Jessica Bovee, Beta Theta/Idaho
- Emily Callen, Beta Kappa/Drake *
- Casey Crownhart, Zeta Mu/MIT
- Lauren Dannemiller, Alpha Tau/Cincinnati
- Kyla Dierking, Delta Iota/Puget Sound
- Kassie Dobbs, Gamma Upsilon/Miami *
- Courtney Dunne, Gamma deuteron/Ohio Wesleyan
- Paige Eidenschink, Gamma Nu/North Dakota State
- Amanda Hyssong, Eta Tau/Tampa
- Alex Johnston, Theta Theta/NC State *
- Cambria Lagana, Zeta Phi/Pepperdine
- Paige Lauri, Eta Phi/Belmont
- Stephanie McNutt, Beta Tau/Denison
- Amanda Modloff, Eta Nu/Lake Forest
- Jordan Qaddourah, Delta Kappa/Louisiana State
- Abbie Stasior, Epsilon Lambda/Dickinson
* Denotes returning ELC.
The Fraternal Government Relations Coalition (FGRC), comprising the National Panhellenic Conference, North-American Interfraternity Conference, and the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee, is organizing outstanding campus and chapter leaders to serve as advocates for the fraternity and sorority community in Washington, DC, during Lobbying Day on April 26.
Congratulations to these leading women who will be traveling to Washington to advocate for Greek issues.
- Meaghan Annett, Eta Psi/Tufts
- Hannah Faulkenberry, Beta Zeta/Oklahoma State
- Taylor Gubbrud, Alpha Rho/South Dakota
- Sydney Stegint, Gamma Phi/Texas Tech
These women serve in a variety of leadership positions in student government and their respective chapters. As in previous years, our focus during Lobbying Day will be the Collegiate Housing Infrastructure Act (CHIA), which will allow contributions to our campus fraternity housing corporations to be tax-deductible.
For more details, contact Laurie McGregor Connor, director of government relations, or visit the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee (FSPAC) website.
Five Theta headquarters staff members have celebrated milestone anniversaries so far in 2017.
- Liz Drake, director of alumnae engagement, five years
- Julia Osburn, assistant director of finance, five years
- Lauren Palmer, digital media manager, five years
- Melissa Shaub, director of education and leadership, five years
- Lisa Thibault, website content manager/digital analyst, 10 years
We are thrilled to recognize such longevity of service and dedication to Theta on our staff!
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