Amanda currently works at the Executive Office for Alpha Delta Pi as a Collegiate Services Specialist. Her affiliation is with Pi Beta Phi through their chapter at Stetson University in DeLand, FL. Her path to joining the staff at EO started by obtaining a Masters of Education in Higher Education Administration at Auburn University and then moving to Atlanta to work in her first professional role in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Georgia Institute of Technology. While working with various chapters and other student groups at both institutions, her focus has been tuned to topics of leadership development, women’s empowerment, bystander education/training, and risk prevention. All of these experiences have led her to want to volunteer in various capacities for her own sorority and other NPC groups. For example, Amanda was invited to serve Alpha Delta Pi as a Pride Group facilitator for Adelphean Connections this past summer. This is where she worked closely with ADPi volunteers and staff to cultivate skills and self-confidence within the collegiate attendees by way of the Strengths-Based curriculum. It was an experience that made Amanda fall in love with and want to be part of the amazing work happening within our organization.
Amanda also volunteers with Pi Beta Phi as a Chapter Advisor, Recruitment Coach, and Critical Conversations.
Amanda came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2007 at the Gamma Mu chapter at Missouri State University. During her collegiate experience, Amanda served as the Executive Vice President and President, receiving university accolades of Outstanding Female President and Greek Woman of the Year. Amanda attended the inaugural Adelphean Compass in 2010 as a Chapter President, then graduated in 2011 with a degree in Organizational Communication.
Shortly after graduating Amanda moved to Atlanta to serve as the Executive Administrative Assistant at Executive Office, then Collegiate Relations Coordinator. Amanda left Executive Office to work for Rhyme & Reason Design as an Account Executive specializing in Fraternity and Sorority branding and marketing initiatives. Amanda was then called back home to Alpha Delta Pi to assume her current role as Member Services Manager, overseeing collegiate chapter and alumnae association operations, annual sorority events, and the archives.
Outside of Alpha Delta Pi, Amanda is a barre instructor at Pink Barre Studios sharing her love of fitness and leading clients toward a healthy body and mind.
Amber came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2002 at Zeta Sigma Chapter at the College of Charleston. As a collegian, Amber served her chapter as Philanthropy Chair, New Member Coordinator and President. Following graduation, Amber served the sorority as a Leadership Consultant, after which she attended Graduate School at the University of South Carolina and completed a Masters in Public Administration. Throughout the years, Amber has served Alpha Delta Pi as a Recruitment Advisor, Chapter Advisor, Collegiate Province Director and Total Membership Education Director .
Professionally, Amber spent five years as Director of Government Relations for the South Carolina Bankers Association. She is currently a Vice President of State Government Relations for McGuireWoods Consulting and assists clients with traditional advocacy, lobbying and government relations services before the South Carolina General Assembly and regulatory agencies. Amber and her colleagues represent an average of 35 clients at the State House each legislative session, in industries including public and higher education, financial services, healthcare, energy and telecommunications.
Amber lives in Columbia, SC with her husband Ryan, 3-year-old legacy Emily, and 9 month old son Carter.
Amy Gardner Monroe
Amy came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1980 at Epsilon Pi Chapter at Georgia Southern University. She has been working with ADPi the last 6 years as a presenter and small group facilitator with the Adelphean Compass Leadership program and Leadership Seminar. Amy strongly believes in the leadership qualities of each Alpha Delta Pi and wants to help each sister succeed in being strong leaders.
Professionally, Amy is the owner of Staffing eTrainer which is a talent development company for the temporary staffing industry. The company just celebrated our 19th year in business. Amy’s clients are located nationally and place a wide range of skilled talent into the workforce.
Personally, Amy is married to Phil and they have a dog – Romeo. She has a passion for tennis and running and is usually doing one or the other in her spare time, when not spending time with her husband and family.
Amy came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2012 at Alpha Kappa Chapter at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she earned a BS in Human Resources and Marketing. As a collegian, Amy served as Director of Standards & Ethics and Membership Education Vice President and is a Dorothy Shaw Leadership Award winner. Amy currently serves on ADPi’s Retention Task Force.
Professionally, Amy is the Leadership Development & Culture Specialist at Caesars Entertainment, where she passionately drives large-scale projects such as culture-shaping, succession planning, women’s empowerment programming, and more. Amy also serves as co-lead for the Military Spouse Professional Network – Nevada Chapter, where she helps military spouses connect with professional opportunities in the civilian community, and as a leader in her faith community. Amy lives in Las Vegas, NV, with her active duty Air Force husband and their two Scottish Terriers, Fala and Minnie.
Anna Kate Sumler
Anna Kate came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2007 at Zeta Iota Chapter at Georgia College & State University. During her years in the chapter, she served as Public Relations Chair, Recruitment and Marketing Vice President, Chapter President, and as an Executive Office Intern. She graduated in 2011 with a degree in Early Childhood Education and then served Alpha Delta Pi as a Leadership Consultant for two years. During her year as a Senior LC, Anna Kate served as the Colony Consultant for the Theta Nu Chapter at Christopher Newport University.
Currently, Anna Kate serves as a Chapter Specialist at Executive Office working closely with some of our newest chapters. She lives in Buckhead which is conveniently located next to the best shopping in Atlanta—no coincidence there! Outside of work, Anna Kate is very involved with the Greater Atlanta Alumnae Association where she serves as Panhellenic Delegate for the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association, volunteers with the Ronald McDonald House Charities, is a member of the Georgia College Young Alumni Council, and is active within her faith community.
Beth Gentry Mannle
Beth came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1962 at Beta Beta Chapter at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga. She is a retired Academic Advisor in the College of Business at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville TN, where she also served as Assistant Dean for Student Support in the College of Education.
She has been an active member of Alpha Delta Pi for over 50 years. She received the Dorothy Shaw Leadership Award and served as a Resident Counselor for Delta Sigma Chapter. She has served as an advisor for Delta Nu, Alpha Epsilon, and Epsilon Psi Chapters and as a member of alumnae associations in Cape Girardeau, MO, Tallahassee, FL, Lincoln, NE and Cookeville, TN.
On the International level she has served as a Collegiate Province Director; Grand Council member; Ritual, Heritage, and History Director; and on numerous committees. She is past Grand President, NPC Delegate, and an original member of the Adelphean Compass Team. She is also a recipient of the Joan Boatright Loyalty Award.
She lives in Cookeville, TN with her husband of 50 plus years whom she met when she went to Ole Miss for ADPi. She has served on numerous boards including Cookeville Children’s Theatre, TTU Women and currently, Friends of the Putnam County Animals. She volunteers at the Cookeville/Putnam County Animal Shelter, Cookeville Regional Medical Center and plays an active role in Cookeville First United Methodist Church teaching an adult Sunday School class. Her family also includes three grown children and spouses, and the cutest, smartest, most talented granddaughter and grandson in the world.
Carlie came home to Alpha Delta Pi at Saint Louis University, Eta Nu Chapter, in 2011. While she was at SLU, she studied Public Relations and Marketing. During her time as an undergraduate, Carlie attended IMPACT ADPi, which was then part of Leadership Seminar. She served her chapter as the Director of Social Enrichment and then SLU’s Panhellenic community as the Vice President of Standards. After graduating from SLU, she went on to get her M.Ed. in Higher Education Student Affairs at Iowa State University. At Iowa State, she worked in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Engagement as the advisor to the Panhellenic community, which includes Pi Chapter. Currently, Carlie serves Alpha Delta Pi as a Collegiate Services Specialist at Executive Office.
Carlie has volunteered as a facilitator for many organizations and programs, but her favorite program (so far!) was being a part of the facilitator team for Adelphean Connections at Leadership Seminar in 2018.
Cristina came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2007 at California State University, Fullerton – Zeta Alpha Chapter. As a collegiate member, she participated in the inaugural session of Adelphean Compass and is thrilled to give back to a program that made such a positive impact on her leadership development. After graduating in 2011, Cristina served as a Leadership Consultant for two years, traveling across the country and overseeing the installation of Theta Omicron Chapter at James Madison University.
Following her time on the road, Cristina earned her M.Ed. in Counselor Education – Student Affairs at Clemson University where she coordinated training and development for residential life. After graduate school, she coordinated professional development experiences for 500+ staff in the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Georgia. Cristina currently serves as the Curriculum Design Coordinator at Executive Office and resides in Durham, NC where she enjoys exploring, working out, being a foodie, and getting lost in a good book.
Cristina came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2002 at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX. Cristina has served in a variety of capacities for the sorority; as a collegian Panhellenic Delegate, Recruitment Vice President and President; as an alumna Leadership Consultant, House Corp President, Chapter Advisor, Alumnae Assoc. Board Member, and currently serves as the Chair of the Abigail Davis Grant Committee for the Foundation and on various special committees.
Professionally, Cristina took over as the President/CEO of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce in 2014 after a successful career in business development and sales management. She manages an organization of 650 businesses whose mission is to promote economic development and community growth for the prosperity of Pasadena. Personally, Cristina and her husband Nate enjoy spending time with their legacies Bailey (3) and Zoe (almost 1) and volunteering with their church.
Eryn came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2008 at Zeta Theta Chapter at Illinois State University. During her years in the chapter, she served as Recruitment and Marketing Vice President and Chapter President. She graduated in 2012 with a degree in Elementary Education and then served Alpha Delta Pi as a Leadership Consultant, traveling in Districts II, III, and VI as well as colonizing the Theta Rho Chapter at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut.
In her professional life, Eryn resides in Bloomington, Illinois, where she is a fourth-grade teacher. She is an active leader in her school and district, serving on several task forces and committees focused on bringing positive educational changes to the school community. She’s also currently working on her Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
Overall, Eryn is passionate about teamwork, self-reflection and communication. She’s a “blue,” focusing on building and maintaining relationships in order to be a more effective leader. Eryn currently serves as the Recruitment and Marketing Advisor for Zeta Theta and is thrilled to be a part of the Adelphean Compass Team. In her spare time, she can be found reading a book, snacking or wasting time on Pinterest.
Eveline came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1990 at Beta Phi Chapter at the University of Maryland. With over twenty years of experience in fostering talent management and process transformation, Eveline is passionate in helping individuals and groups develop themselves and their teams for higher performance. As an Executive Coach, Professional Life Coach, Talent Management Consultant and founder of Advance Talent Consulting LLC, she coaches individuals and teams to bring out their talents and lead more fulfilled lives.
Eveline gained her expertise and perspective in roles with numerous organizations, including Accenture, Morgan Lewis, AES Corporation, Deloitte, American Mobile Satellite Corporation, Fannie Mae, Alpha Delta Pi and RiseSmart. She served as Leadership Consultant for Alpha Delta Pi in 1993-1994. She has collaborated with global and virtual teams, working and living internationally and learning from being a senior corporate leader, consultant, community volunteer, remote worker, expat and parent of three children. She’s lived and worked in United States and The Netherlands and traveled globally.
Eveline pursues learning about coaching processes and programs that help integrate mind, body and soul and is a life-long student in wellness, mindfulness and somatics. She enjoys connecting and helping people make new connections. Inspiring people to make changes and learning something new each day are her passions.
Hannah came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2012 at the Zeta Mu chapter at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. While in the chapter, she served as Public Relations Chair and Executive Vice President. Outside of ADPi, Hannah served as President of the National Broadcasting Society, Multimedia Coordinator and Writer for The Odyssey, and Treasurer of Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society. She graduated in 2016 with a degree in Communications: Electronic Media and Broadcasting.
Following graduation, Hannah served Alpha Delta Pi as a Leadership Consultant, spending half of her year helping establish one of our newest chapters at the University of California, Davis. After her year on the road she moved to Atlanta, GA to serve Alpha Delta Pi’s Executive Office as Communications Coordinator.
Hannah is a “Green,” and her strengths are Communication, Strategic, Activator, Maximizer, and Ideation. She’s passionate about women’s leadership and confidence and is thrilled to be part of the Adelphean Compass Team this year. Outside of work, Hannah loves to travel, spend time with friends and family, Instagram, and shop at Anthropologie.
Jacquelyn came home to Alpha Delta Pi at the Zeta Pi Chapter at the University of San Diego. As an alumna, she has served as an advisor, Recruitment and Marketing Director, Collegiate Province Director, and on multiple committees including the Nominating Committee, Board Governance Committee, and Organizational Structure Committee.
For the last 11 years, Jacquelyn has worked as an Executive at Accenture, a corporate consulting firm. She is focused in the Talent and Organization practice and helps Fortune 500 companies manage change within their organizations. She does this by helping employees and customers to be as effective as possible. She is currently leading multiple programs across a variety of High-Tech clients, managing 100+ people in 12 countries. People, teams, and leadership development are some of her passions.
Jaq has been to 38 countries total and currently resides in San Francisco and am obsessed with sparkling water.
Jennifer came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1993 at Delta Kappa Chapter at the Pennsylvania State University with her degree in exercise & sports science. She has her Masters in Education degree from the University of Virginia. During her years with her chapter she served as THON co-chair, Standards Chair, Philanthropy Chair and President. She is a Dorothy Shaw award winner. Jennifer has served Alpha Delta Pi as an advisor for multiple chapters and is currently the Chapter Advisor for Theta Chi Chapter at Charleston Southern University.
In her professional life, Jennifer resides in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, where she owns her consulting business, JSMoyer Consulting. She is an executive coach and a leadership development consultant for both individuals and organizations. She also volunteers as a member of the Junior League of Charleston and the Chair of the Four Diamonds Advisory Board at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Jennifer has been married to Lance for 11 years and they enjoy traveling across the world on their quest to visit 100 countries (currently at 37 visited). She’s also a mom to a very spoiled Westie pup, named Finley. In her spare time, she can be found Face Timing with her sister (also an ADPi), online shopping, watching sports or planning on her next trip.
Kara came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2010 at Zeta Sigma chapter at the College of Charleston. During her time there, Kara served as Director of Social Enrichment, Director of Standards and Ethics and Chapter President. She also served as the Panhellenic Council Special Events Vice President and facilitated the Greek Emerging Leader program.
After graduation, Kara served as a Leadership Consultant where she traveled the country to work with many of our newest chapters. She had the privilege to help colonize Theta Upsilon chapter at Shorter University and Theta Psi chapter at Rollins College.
Kara now works as Community Manager at theSkimm where she gets to contribute to campaigns and content making it easier for female millennials to live smarter. In her role, she’s focused on the programming and engagement for a community of over 30,000 brand ambassadors around the world. She recently wrapped up her work on the company’s No Excuses campaign to get 100,000 people to vote in the midterms – a goal that they doubled.
In her spare time, Kara can be found binge watching trashy tv, scouring the internet for cheap flights, or sitting in the audience of a Broadway show.
Kara is thrilled to be a part of the Adelphean Compass Team once again as it’s her favorite time of year to learn from attendees and spend quality time with her ADPi sisters. She can’t wait to meet you!
Katie came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2011 at the Theta Theta Chapter at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. While in the chapter, she served as New Member Coordinator and Membership Education Vice President. Outside of ADPi, Katie served as Vice President of Scholarship for the Panhellenic Council, an Orientation Leader, and worked at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. She graduated in 2014 after majoring in Political Science and double-minoring in Women’s Studies and Communications.
Following graduation, Katie almost immediately moved to Atlanta to begin working for Alpha Delta Pi’s Executive Office. Katie currently serves as a Chapter Specialist working primarily on our extension efforts and hands-on with some of our new and developing chapters.
Katie’s strengths are strategic, adaptability, achiever, relator, empathy and scores equally on the True Colors Assessment– well-rounded or an ongoing identity crisis, the world may never know. Outside of ADPi work, Katie loves spending time with her huge Irish Catholic family, drinking iced coffee when it is freezing outside, and bonding with @MegHoffay’s dog, Lady.
Katie came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2010 at Eta chapter at The University of Alabama. During her time in the chapter, Katie served as Recording Secretary and Executive Vice President before receiving the privilege to serve as Chapter President. After she graduated from Alabama with a degree in Public Relations, Katie served as a Leadership Consultant where she worked with our newest chapters and helped colonized the Theta Omega Chapter at University of California, Riverside.
In 2015, Katie returned to her hometown, Greenville, SC, and worked in marketing and PR prior to a career change in 2016. She now works as a registered financial advisor for a small firm in Greenville.
Katie continues to serve our sisterhood in a volunteer capacity. Katie has served as a Recruitment and Marketing Director, a social advisor, and has been involved with several expansion/colonization efforts since graduation. She is thrilled to be a part of the Adelphean Compass Team for the fourth year!
In her spare time, Katie remains active with Ronald McDonald House Charities by serving as Vice President Co-Chair of the Red Shoe Society. She also serves on the Communication Council of the Junior League of Greenville and is active within her faith community. Katie remains a relentless fan of the Alabama Crimson Tide, and she enjoys starting her day with an Iron Tribe Fitness class.
Kirsten came home to Alpha Delta Pi at Eta Kappa chapter at California State University, San Bernardino in 1991. As a collegian she held the offices of MEVP, Panhellenic President and Chapter President. After graduation, she served as a 1995-96 Traveling Chapter Consultant. She served as an International Officer for 10 years holding the positions of Alumnae- Collegiate Relations Director and Recruitment Director for District VI.
Professionally, Kirsten spent 20 years in sales and marketing. The bulk of her career was at Teacher Created Materials; a woman-owned, multi-million dollar, international educational publishing company. Kirsten had a million dollar territory, supporting the needs of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the 2nd largest school district in the Country.
After becoming a mom, Kirsten served for 9 years as a leader in MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) at the 2nd largest church in CA. MOPS International encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women, and leaders. Kirsten’s passion is to see women walk in the freedom they already have. Through story, authenticity and laughs, she inspires women to connect with themselves, each other and God. She created and leads the experiential workshop Mending the Soul and is a popular speaker at MOPS groups, women’s gatherings and weekend retreats.
In 2018, she launched Blooming Faith Ministries. BFM exists to help people break the bondage of shame, experience freedom through surrender, and to crush the lies that limit our ability to fearlessly change the world.
Kirsten lives in Orange County, CA with Jose, her husband of 13 years and their daughters, Sophia (short for Sophronia), 9 and Sara, 6. She loves Sunday adventures, soul-filling conversations with her tribe, travel, reading, and the beach.
Lindy Lutz Cash
Lindy came home to Alpha Delta Pi at Chi Chapter at Wittenberg University. She is passionate about volunteering in ADPi and has done so since graduation, as she loves helping women develop as individuals and leaders. Lindy has served as an Advisor, Collegiate Province Director, Panhellenic Relations Director, Recruitment Director Chair and as a Vice President on Grand Council. She now serves on the ADPi Delegation to the National Panhellenic Conference. She is dedicated to providing leadership training and experiences that will help prepare collegians to be the best they can be and to carry their personal talents and gifts out into the world after their own graduation.
Professionally, Lindy is the Co-Owner of All Good Shutter and Blind, a window treatment company that works with both residential and commercial properties. She is also an Independent Stylist with Cabi Clothing and has owned retail businesses, as well as worked in various leadership roles in the banking industry. Lindy and her husband, Kevin, enjoy travel, sporting events and especially their two cairn terrier rescue pups, Violet and Chi.
Madison came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2012 at the Alpha Chi chapter at the University of California, Los Angeles. While in the chapter, she served as Recruitment and Marketing Vice President. Outside of ADPi, Madison served as Vice President of Membership on Panhellenic Executive Board. She graduated in 2016 with a degree in Psychobiology.
Following graduation, Madison served Alpha Delta Pi as a Leadership Consultant, spending half of her year helping establish one of our newest chapters at Louisiana State University. After her year on the road she moved to Atlanta, GA to work as an Account Manager for Insight Global.
Madison is an “Orange,” and her strengths are Competition, Activator, Individualization, Achiever, and Analytical. She’s passionate about women motivating women and is stoked to be part of the Adelphean Compass Team this year. Outside of work, Madison loves hiking, FaceTiming all her friends and family, a good charcuterie board, and dancing like there’s no tomorrow.
Maria came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1992, at Zeta Omega Chapter at the University of Central Florida and graduated with a degree in Organizational Communication. She served as Scholarship Chair, Membership Education Vice President, and Chapter President, before launching her career as a Traveling Chapter Consultant and moving to Washington, D.C.
Maria’s career portfolio spans Government, private, and military sectors. Notable roles include the U.S Senate Inaugural Coordinator for the 58th Presidential Inauguration, Public Liaison for the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Public Affairs Officer for the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Partnership, Legislative Affairs Officer to General David Petraeus, Press Secretary to Second Lady Lynne Cheney, and Deputy Chief of Staff to First Lady Laura W. Bush.
Maria is the Owner of Assuage, Leadership & Strategic Planning. Her personal mission is to alleviate “pain points” and build leaders and teams worth following. Commander Maria Lohmeyer actively serves as a Public Affairs Officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. She is an Iraq War veteran, awarded the Bronze Star Medal for Meritorious Service in a combat zone. Maria enjoys spending quality time with her husband and friends, church missions, and remains involved in Alpha Delta Pi special projects.
Mary Hollis McGreevy
Mary Hollis came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2014 at Delta Alpha Chapter at Emory University. During her time in the chapter, Mary Hollis served as Recruitment and Marketing Vice President. Outside of ADPi, she was involved in the strategic planning process for Emory’s Campus Life department and worked in the Office of the Vice President and Secretary. Mary Hollis also enjoyed calling Emory alumni as part of the Telefund. She was inducted into the 100 Senior Honorary, awarded to the most outstanding seniors from all undergraduate schools. Mary Hollis graduated with a degree in History and International Studies.
Following graduation, Mary Hollis moved right down the street when she joined the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation staff. As the Assistant Director of Development, she enjoys working with the scholarship and emergency grant programs, as well as doing fundraising for the Foundation. Additionally, she is looking forward to implementing the framework for the new Foundation Advisory Council. Outside of work, Mary Hollis loves living in Atlanta, spending time with her family, traveling, and volunteering with local Atlanta organizations. She is thrilled to be joining the ranks of the Adelphean Compass facilitation team!
Mary came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 2009 at Theta Theta Chapter at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT where she earned a BA in Political Science. As a collegian, Mary served her chapter as Formal Recruitment Chair and Chapter President. After graduation, Mary served Alpha Delta Pi as a 2012 – 2013 Leadership Consultant. Mary has also served the Eta Omicron Chapter at Western Connecticut State University as the Membership Education Advisor, the New Chapter Development District as a Total Membership Education Director, and currently serves as the Theta Theta Recruitment and Marketing Advisor.
After her year as a sister of the suitcase, Mary received her J.D. from Western New England University School of Law in Springfield, MA and currently works at the Title IX Coordinator at Springfield College, also in Springfield, MA.
When not working or volunteering with ADPi, Mary is drinking all the coffee she can get her hands on and singing along with her collection of Dolly Parton albums.
Meg came home to Alpha Delta Pi in the spring of 2011 at the Theta Theta chapter at Quinnipiac University. She served as Panhellenic Delegate, Chapter President, and the Undergraduate Intern in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life before graduating with a degree in Public Relations in 2014 and starting her career working for the sorority.
Meg worked as a Leadership Consultant for a little less than two years before transitioning into the Collegiate Relations Coordinator (CRC) role at Executive Office in March of 2016. As CRC, Meg had the privilege of managing the Executive Office Summer Intern Program. She thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity to work closely with such motivated and hard-working sisters. Meg is excited for her next venture with the sorority as a Collegiate Services Specialist (CSS). She is looking forward to supporting and working with the volunteers in one of our districts in this newly created staff role.
Passionate about the power of sisterhood, Meg also serves Alpha Delta Pi as the Greater Atlanta Alumnae Association’s current President. Personally, she enjoys traveling, a good cup of coffee, and spending time with her four-legged bestie, Lady.
Sallye came home to Alpha Delta Pi in the fall of 2013 at the Beta Epsilon chapter at the University of South Carolina. During her collegiate years she served as the merchandise chair and the director of social enrichment and risk management. Sallye graduated in 2017 from the journalism school with a degree in Public Relations and a masters in cheering on the South Carolina gamecocks.
Upon graduation Sallye packed her suitcases to become an Alpha Delta Pi leadership consultant. As an LC she continued the colonization efforts of the Omega Chapter at Louisiana State University and served many chapters in the central region. After her year on the road, Sallye gleefully settled back in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia where she now works for Audi of America as a sales and marketing analyst.
Sallye is a “peacemaker” and has a passion for pouring into younger women. When Sallye isn’t serving as an Adelphean Compass facilitator you can find her on a weekend walk with a friend, daydreaming about her next trip and serving at her sweet Atlanta church.
Sandy McDonald Davis
Sandy came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1986 at Xi Chapter at Ohio University where she earned her degree in Communications System Management. As an undergraduate, she was Alumnae Relations Chair, Director of Social Enrichment, and President. She is a Dorothy Shaw Leadership award winner.
Sandy most recently served the sorority as a member of Grand Council in the role of International Vice President of Organizational Relations. She had responsibility for the areas of Ritual, History, and Heritage, Leadership, Technology, and Expansion. She’s also served as Leadership Director, Collegiate Province Director, Chair of the Restructuring and Empowerment Task Force, and Bylaws Committee. She is proud to be part of the team that designed and executed the inaugural Adelphean Compass in 2010 and thrilled to be part of the team again this year. She is a founding member of the Gem City Alumnae Association and serves as Fundraising Chair.
Professionally, Sandy has spent her career in Information Technology. She’s been married to Tim for 25 years and they live in Oakwood, OH with their two sons—Tim Jr. and Alex.
Susan came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1983 at Omega Chapter of Louisiana State University where she earned her degree in Computer Science. As an undergraduate, she served as Director of Social Enrichment and Membership Education Vice President. Susan reconnected with Alpha Delta Pi when she moved to Austin, Texas in 1991 and met her mentor and friend, Helen Burkhart Prehn. While in Austin, Susan served as a Chapter Advisor and Collegiate Province Director. She is proud to have been a part of the first Restructuring and Empowerment Task Force. She served as Leadership Director, Recruitment Director, Collegiate Development Director and a Certified Trainer. A move to East Texas in 2000 took Susan away from her work with local chapters, but she stayed involved with the Omega Chapter Alumnae Association. She is honored to be back involved as a small group leader at Adelphean Compass.
In her professional life, Susan has worked in software design and development, and customer relationship management in the IT industry. She currently serves as a consultant for a grant administration firm. Susan is married to Scott and has three sons—Parker, Thomas and Benjamin.
Suzette Walden Cole
Suzette came home to Alpha Delta Pi at Mercer University in Macon, GA where she earned her BA in Political Science. As an alumna, she served the sorority as the Standards Advisor and then Chapter Advisor for the Zeta Theta Chapter at Illinois State University. Suzette also served as the District IV Academic Resource Director. Then, she served on the initial Adelphean Compass Team. She continued her work with the sorority by serving as the Leadership Director. Suzette was the co-creator of the Live Your Oath Campaign, and currently assists the sorority in its implementation of the Fraternal Health & Safety Initiative.
Suzette is committed to helping people find their truth and become agents of change, whether on campus or within their community. As a former Director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, Suzette saw the good, bad and ugly of decisions made on college campuses; and, their ripple effects. In 2013, she decided to take her passion and channel it into a career as a professional speaker and consultant, tackling the topics of conflict resolution, sexual misconduct, risk management, and social justice. She is a global leadership educator focused on allowing others to realize their full potential. She earned her master’s in higher education administration from the University of South Carolina. Currently, Suzette is a doctoral candidate at Illinois State, studying the factors that contribute to the development of culture in student groups.
When not traveling the globe providing leadership education, Suzette lives in Colorado with her husband Chris and their two fur-kiddos CoCo and Spot.
Sydnee came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1970 at Alpha Omicron chapter at Oklahoma State University. She is currently the Senior Regional Training Supervisor for the Smith System. Previously, she enjoyed 32 years in the airline industry, joining Pan American World Airways upon graduation from OSU. At Pan Am she represented Pan Am at public relation events, was a flight attendant instructor and flew the world. In 1991 her airline career took her to Delta Airlines, where she continued to fly the world, work with other flight attendants as part of the Critical Response Team, and worked as a facilitator in the Atlanta Training Center.
Within ADPi, Sydnee currently serves as part of the Facilitator Team working with chapters. She is Past International Secretary, District I ACRD, CPD, and has served on the advisory boards for our chapters at Iowa State University, University of Maryland, and The George Washington University. Sydnee is a member of the Greater Atlanta Area Alumnae Association and has been Convention Pianist for multiple conventions.
Sydnee lives in Atlanta, GA.
Tammie Pinkston, PhD
Tammie came home to Alpha Delta Pi in 1981 at Zeta Nu chapter at Clemson University (later transferring to Gamma Phi chapter at East Tennessee State University). She is the Vice President of Organizational Change Management for ISG. Previously, she built global Organizational Change Management Consulting practices within KPIT Consulting and Philips Healthcare. Tammie spent 15 years with Accenture, obtaining the level of Senior Executive and serving clients in virtually every industry around the globe. She is also President of TSPinkston, INC., a consulting firm focusing on Organizational Effectiveness. Formerly in academics, she was an Assistant Professor in the College of Business at the University of Oklahoma, has published numerous articles and presented at conferences across the US and Europe. She also taught as adjunct faculty for the University of Georgia, Georgia State University and Emory, most recently teaching the Leadership course for UGA’s MBA program.
Within ADPi, Tammie is in her 38th year as a member and currently serves Alpha Delta Pi as the Leadership Director Chair. She is a Past International President and has also served as the International Vice President of Finance, District Team Director (D II), Chapter Finance Director (D I), as a member of the Grand Council Task Force and as Chair of the Restructuring & Empowerment Task Force. Tammie is a member of the Greater Atlanta Area Alumnae Association and has been on the advisory boards for our chapters at Emory University, the University of Georgia and ETSU. She is currently serving on the Greek Life Advisory Board for Clemson University and the Sorority Leadership Living Learning Community for Georgia College.
Tammie currently splits her time between Atlanta, GA and Las Vegas, NV.