Indianapolis, IN – Alpha Xi Delta has selected eleven women from different chapters to be the 2011 – 2012 Traveling Consultants. This year, the Fraternity welcomed seven new Educational Leadership Consultants (ELCs) to their team, two returning ELCs and two new Leadership Coaches (LCs).
ELCs travel across the country in order to educate and inspire Sisters to create the most rewarding Fraternity experience possible. They help with the development of new chapters and offer assistance and guidance to Sisters. This year they will be assisting with the newest Alpha Xi Delta chapters, such as Iota Pi at Coastal Carolina, the recolonization of the Epsilon Kappa Chapter at Western Kentucky and the colonization process at DePaul University.
LCs travel to various college campuses and help Alpha Xi Deltas build life skills, facilitate StrengthsQuestTM and help implement the Realize Your Potential program. They help collegians live Alpha Xi Delta.
The ELCs and LCs have recently completed their extensive leadership training at Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity Headquarters in Indianapolis, and are beginning their travels to college campus across the country. Learn more about the ELCs and LCs by watching the video below. Don’t forget to follow the ELCs on their Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/AlphaXi_ELC and the LCs at http://twitter.com/#!/AXiDLC.
This year’s ELCs are:
Nicole Connors, ΔΝ, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Margeaux Fox, Ν, University of Washington
Joelle Fundaro, ΘΗ, Western Michigan University
Lindsey Hojnowski, Ψ, The Ohio State University
Hanah Papp, Φ, Albion College
Nicole Valdes, ΘΣ, University of Central Florida
Kristin Van Den Broeke, ΕΑ, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Becky Wilbanks, ΖΞ, Auburn University
Allison Zackaroff, ΖΝ, Miami University
This year’s LCs are:
Mary Katherine Branham, ΓΗ, Georgia Institute of Technology
Brittany Donatelli, ΔΚ, Slippery Rock University
Founded in 1893 at Lombard College, now Knox College, in Galesburg, Illinois, Alpha Xi Delta inspires women to realize their potential by providing opportunities for sisterhood, leadership, knowledge and service. The national women’s fraternity has more than 150,000 initiated members and chapters on 114 college campuses. For more information on Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity, visit www.alphaxidelta.org
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