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The Spring 2014 Issue of The Adelphean is Here

We are pleased to announce that the Spring 2014 issue of The Adelphean is now online.



Alpha Delta Pi is 150 Chapters Strong!

Penn Installation

Alpha Delta Pi's newest chapter at the University of Pennsylvania was installed on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at the Wyndham Hotel in Philadelphia's historic district. This proves to be another "first" for Alpha Delta Pi as Theta Tau chapter is at home on our first Ivy League campus. This new chapter also marks the first time in our history that we have 150 active chapters on our roll!

Tammie Pinkston, International President; Renee Iacona, International Vice President of Alumnae Membership; Emily Erkel, International Vice President of Finance and Jennifer Siler, International Vice President of Communications presided over the initiation ceremonies for the 124 charter members. Nearly 100 collegiate and alumnae members provided initiation assistance including collegians from the following chapters: Alpha Pi-The George Washington University, Beta Phi-University of Maryland, Gamma Pi-Wagner College, Eta Beta-Allegheny College, Eta Omicron-Western Connecticut State University, Theta Delta-University of Delaware, Theta Lambda-Franklin & Marshall College, Theta Theta-Quinnipiac University, Theta Rho-Sacred Heart University, and Theta Sigma-West Chester University of Pennsylvania.

Ms. Pinkston presented the new chapter president, Taryn Seifert, with the chapter's charter at the banquet for charter members, family members, friends and university administrators that evening. The celebration concluded with a guest appearance by Dr. Benjamin Franklin himself, a founding father of the United States and founder of Penn.

We are grateful for the assistance provided by the installation team members including Grand Council members as mentioned above; Jane Madio, past Grand President; Kirstin Dolan, past Grand Council member; Patty O'Neill, Expansion Director; Dawn Victor-Herring, Foundation President; Charlene Nigaglioni-Gang, District Team Director; Leslie Nappe, Sarah Cone, Polly Goodman and Torrey Smith, Collegiate Province Directors; Amanda DeFalco, Alumnae Resource Director; Lauren Kravetz, Total Membership Education Director; Jen Dickinson, Growth & Development Manager; Katie Schaller, Lauren Reidy, Katherine Levasseur and Kashia Wolfe, Leadership Consultants.



Delta Sigma Re-Installed at Ole Miss

 

Saturday February 15th and Sunday, February 16th proved to be a historical and memorable weekend for Alpha Delta Pi as we initiated nearly 250 women and celebrated the re-installation of our Delta Sigma chapter at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi! The re-installation of this chapter makes Delta Sigma the 149th active chapter of Alpha Delta Pi and makes this the largest installation in Alpha Delta Pi history!

Tammie Pinkston, International President; Stacy Bruton and Jan Maisch, International Vice Presidents of Collegiate Membership; Renee Iacona, International Vice President of Alumnae Membership; Emily Erkel, International Vice President of Finance; Jennifer Siler, International Vice President of Communications and Sandy Davis, International Vice President of Organizational Relations presided over the initiation ceremonies for the charter members plus two alumnae initiates, Mary Beth Channon Howell and Natalie Johnson. More than 150 collegiate and alumnae members provided initiation assistance including collegians from the following chapters: Eta-University of Alabama; Beta Omega-Auburn University; Gamma Eta-University of Memphis; Epsilon Eta-Mississippi State University; Eta Zeta-University of Southern Mississippi and Zeta Delta-University of Montevallo. One member from Theta Rho chapter at Sacred Heart University also traveled from Fairfield, Connecticut to assist! Kappa chapter at Samford University also assisted by providing ritual paraphernalia for use during the ceremonies.

Delta Sigma alumnae gathered together to celebrate the occasion at a dinner with Grand Council members and International Officers on Saturday evening at the University Club on the square in Oxford. Charter members welcomed family, friends, chapter advisors, university administrators and alumnae to a celebratory installation banquet on Sunday morning at the Ford Performing Arts Center on campus. During the banquet, Tammie conducted the ceremony to install the new chapter officers and then presented the new chapter president, Kelsey Rist, with the charter.

We are grateful for the assistance provided by the installation team members including our entire Grand Council as mentioned above, Beth Mannle, Past Grand President; Lil McKinnon-Hicks, Past Grand Council Member; Patty O'Neill, Expansion Director; Dawn Victor-Herring, Foundation President; Kelly Pelletier, District Team Director; Kim Harlin, Ali Cartwright, Carin Pendergraft and Wendy Reese, Collegiate Province Directors; Sandi Kirkland; Academic Resource Volunteer; Anna Padilla, Alumnae-Collegiate Relations Director; Patty Natter, Housing Resource Director; Jen Dickinson, Growth & Development Manager; Annie Durant, Leadership Services Manager; Amanda Painter, Collegiate Relations Coordinator; Jessica Johnson, Senior Leadership Consultant; Logan Sparks, Grace Brodrick and Morgan Walker, Leadership Consultants and Elizabeth Hardy, Delta Sigma Alumna.

 



Alpha Delta Pi Comes Home to Penn

Penn Bid Day

Alpha Delta Pi is very pleased to announce our colonization on our first Ivy League campus! On Friday, January 31st, Alpha Delta Pi welcomed 143 new members home to our colony at the University of Pennsylvania!

The colonization team arrived in Philadelphia on Sunday, January 26th to kick off recruitment week with an Information Session for potential new members. The colonization recruitment team members included Tammie Pinkston, International President; Renee Bailey Iacona, International Vice President of Alumnae Membership; Patty O'Neill, Expansion Director; Charlene Nigaglioni-Gang, District III Team Director; Kirstin Dolan, Past Grand Council Member; Rebecca Gentry, District III Recruitment Director; Jen Dickinson, Growth & Development Manager; Andrea Farnan, Past Senior Leadership Consultant; Katie Schaller, Kashia Wolfe and Katherine Levasseur, Leadership Consultants.

Maria Miller Lohmeyer, past Leadership Consultant joined the team as a guest speaker at the Information Session on Sunday evening as well as collegians from Omicron Chapter at Duke University. For Philanthropy Night, ambassadors from the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald Houses spoke to potential new members on the history of RMHC and how ADPi at Penn will have the opportunity to serve at the very first Ronald McDonald House, located on Penn's campus. Lauren Kravetz, District III TME Director; Leslie Nappe, Epsilon I Collegiate Province Director; collegians from Rho Chapter at Boston University, Alpha Pi Chapter at The George Washington University and Theta Sigma Chapter at West Chester University also attended recruitment events to assist as well as Penn Colony Advisors and alumnae from the Philadelphia Alumnae Association.

Founded in 1740, the University of Pennsylvania is a private research university located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is one of the Ivy League universities and one of the nine original Colonial Colleges. Alpha Delta Pi joins eight other NPC sororities at Penn including Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Phi, Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Kappa and Zeta Tau Alpha.



Alpha Delta Pi's Digital Archives

Alpha Delta Pi has long cherished its history as the first secret society for college women. Our mission, "Established in 1851, Alpha Delta Pi is committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards and social responsibility," is documented through the years in The Adelphean magazine and through our histories. This history is now made available for every collegian and alumnae member to access through the newly unveiled digital archives funded with a grant by the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation.


Go to www.enivation.com/AlphaDeltaPi to view this unprecedented, unique collection of information documenting the contributions made by Alpha Delta Pi to women’s history.



Find your Recommendation Forms Here

Potential Member Profile

When you complete the Potential Member Profile, include ways to make this potential member "stand out" and if possible, include a picture. You can check on the appropriate university website to verify recruitment dates so you can mail it to the chapter before recruitment begins.

Legacy Introduction Form

When you complete the Legacy Introduction Form include information about the legacy and a picture if possible. To make sure the form arrives in time for Recruitment, check the university website to verify recruitment dates.

Please note, the Formal Recruitment dates listed in this document were given to Alpha Delta Pi from the chapter and are portrayed as accurately as possible but there may be some errors. Please visit the school's website for the most up-to-date information regarding the Recruitment schedule.

2013-2014 Chapter Mailing Addresses and Recruitment Dates

 



Why join Alpha Delta Pi?

Why join Alpha Delta Pi?

Look around any university campus and you'll find faces--faces searching for a place to call home, a place like Alpha Delta Pi. Come home to Alpha Delta Pi and find women who are true and loyal, just like our blue and white colors represent. ADPi sisters are leaders and visionaries. We are SGA senators, artists, student athletes, and scholars. We are committed to sisterhood, values and ethics, high academic standards, and social responsibility.

We committed to those when we established the first secret society for collegiate women in 1851 at the first university that chartered degrees to women.

We are committed to them still today.

We are the First. Finest. Forever.

Take a look around and learn how Alpha Delta Pi can impact your life as a leader and volunteer. and link up with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest and see our vibrant personality!

Learn more about Panhellenic Sorority Life.



Pay your ReMember dues!

Membership in Alpha Delta Pi is a lifetime commitment. ReMember International Alumnae Dues encourage and provide alumnae sisters with an opportunity to reconnect and give back to Alpha Delta Pi while supporting important programs and services for all of our members.  The following list outlines accomplishments achieved because of the ReMember Alumnae Dues:

• Assistance, training and support materials for collegiate chapters, alumnae associations and house corporations

• Improved and expanded use of technology for all members, including the new Facebook application and the Facebook District Alumnae Pages


• Upcoming rollout of a new Alpha Delta Pi database to better track our members and a new Alpha Delta Pi website


• Underwriting our six annual District Leadership Conferences


• Aggressive expansion at prestigious universities and colleges

Your dues will ensure the continued success and growth of our sorority, so that we will always remain the FIRST and FINEST.  Please consider renewing your support today by paying your ReMember International Alumnae Dues today!

Click here to pay your ReMember Dues!



Alpha Delta Pi Comes Home to Ole Miss

Ole Miss Bid Day

Alpha Delta Pi welcomed 309 new members home to the Ole Miss Colony on October 13, 2013!

Alpha Delta Pi team members including International President Tammie Pinkston, NPC 2nd Alternate Delegate Jana Clayton, Growth & Development Manager Jen Dickinson and Executive Office staff member Regan Morgan traveled to Oxford, Mississippi on Monday, September 30th to join Leadership Consultants Jessica Johnson, Logan Sparks and Haley Massey during Ole Miss Formal Recruitment. The team shared Alpha Delta Pi's story to more than 1,200 Ole Miss students during the first round of Panhellenic Formal Recruitment with assistance from both Delta Sigma and local alumnae as well as collegians from Epsilon Eta chapter at Mississippi State University.

Alpha Delta Pi's colonization recruitment kicked off immediately following Panhellenic Bid Day on Monday, October 7th. Team members included Tammie Pinkston, International President; Stacy Bruton, International Vice President of Collegiate Membership; Beth Mannle, former Grand President; Lil McKinnon-Hicks, former Grand Council member; Patty O'Neill, Expansion Director; Dawn Victor-Herring, Alpha Delta Pi Foundation President; Kelly Pelletier, District Team Director; Jen Dickinson, Growth & Development Manager; Annie Durant, Leadership Services Manager; Amanda Painter, Collegiate Relations Coordinator; Elizabeth Hardy, Delta Sigma Alumna; Jessica Johnson, Senior Leadership Consultant; Logan Sparks, Haley Massey and Katie Schaller, Leadership Consultants. Also assisting with recruitment events during the week and on Bid Day were Kim Harlin, Collegiate Province Director; collegians from Eta-University of Alabama, Kappa-Samford University and Eta Zeta-University of Southern Mississippi; Delta Sigma, Memphis and local alumnae; and new colony advisors.

Located in Oxford, MS, The University of Mississippi is a public institution with an enrollment of 13,065 students, 52.4% of whom are female. The University of Mississippi offers baccalaureate degrees in the traditional liberal arts and sciences, interdisciplinary studies, and professional schools, along with master's and doctoral degrees. Alpha Delta Pi's Delta Sigma Chapter at Ole Miss was open from 1961-1995.

Alpha Delta Pi joins nine other NPC sororities at Ole Miss including Alpha Omicron Pi, Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Mu and Pi Beta Phi.

 



2013 Convention Alumnae Association Awards List

Alumnae Association Awards

Grand Convention, June, 2013

Dallas, TX

 

 

Diamond Four Point

 

District I

 

Jacksonville Alumnae Association, Jacksonville, Florida

Greater Miami Alumnae Association, Miami, Florida

Pensacola Alumnae Association, Pensacola, Florida

Greater Orlando Alumnae Association, Orlando, Florida

South Palm Beach Alumnae Association, Palm Beach, Florida

Tallahassee Alumnae Association, Tallahassee, Florida

Augusta Alumnae Association, Augusta, Georgia

Greater Atlanta Alumnae Association, Atlanta, Georgia

Macon Alumnae Association, Augusta, Georgia

Valdosta Alumnae Association, Valdosta, Georgia

Hub City Alumnae Association, Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Jackson Alumnae Association, Jackson, Mississippi

Lexington County Alumnae Association, Lexington, South Carolina

 

District II

 

Chattanooga Alumnae Association, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Knoxville Alumnae Association, Knoxville, Tennessee

Memphis Alumnae Association, Memphis, Tennessee

Nashville Alumnae Association, Nashville, Tennessee

Western North Carolina Alumnae Association, Hendersonville, North Carolina

 

District III

 

Western Connecticut Alumnae Association, Fairfield, Connecticut

Greater Washington Alumnae Association, Washington, DC

Garden State Alumnae Association, Montville, New Jersey

Northern Virginia Alumnae Association, Manassas, Virginia

 

District IV

 

Central Illinois Alumnae Association, Bloomington, Illinois

Chicago Alumnae Association, Chicago, Illinois

Northwest Countryside Alumnae Association, Des Plaines, Illinois

West Suburban Alumnae Association, Naperville, Illinois

Bloomington Alumnae Association, Bloomington, Indiana

Indianapolis Alumnae Association, Indianapolis, Indiana

Ames Alumnae Association, Ames, Iowa

Detroit North Alumnae Association, Detroit, Michigan

Minneapolis Alumnae Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Eastern Nebraska Alumnae Association, Omaha, Nebraska

Akron Alumnae Association, Akron, Ohio

Greater Cincinnati Alumnae Association, Cincinnati, Ohio

Greater Columbus Alumnae Association, Columbus, Ohio

Gem City Alumnae Association, Centerville, Ohio

Miami Valley Alumnae Association, Covington, Ohio

North Central Alumnae Association, Wooster, Ohio

Springfield Alumnae Association, Springfield, Ohio

Winnipeg Alumnae Association, Manitoba, Canada

 

District V

 

Denver Alumnae Association, Denver, Colorado

Northern Colorado Alumnae Association, Fort Collins, Colorado

Pikes Peak Alumnae Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Greater Kansas City Alumnae Association, Kansas City, Kansas

Wichita Alumnae Association, Wichita, Kansas

New Orleans Alumnae Association, New Orleans, Louisiana

Kansas City North Alumnae Association, Kansas City, Missouri

Oklahoma City Alumnae Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Tulsa Alumnae Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Dallas Alumnae Association, Dallas, Texas

Flower Mound Alumnae Association, Flower Mound, Texas

Fort Worth Alumnae Association, Fort Worth, Texas

Hill Country Alumnae Association, Leander, Texas

Houston Alumnae Association, Houston, Texas

Lubbock Alumnae Association, Lubbock, Texas

Mid Cities Alumnae Association, Hurst, Texas

San Antonio Alumnae Association, San Antonio, Texas

 Texas State Alumnae Association, Texas

 

District VI

 

Phoenix Alumnae Association, Phoenix, Arizona

Inland Empire Alumnae Association, Perris, California

Orange County Alumnae Association, Irvine, California

San Diego Alumnae Association, San Diego, California

Silicon Valley Alumnae Association, Union City, California

Las Vegas Alumnae Association, Las Vegas, Nevada

Eastern Washington Alumnae Association, Chelan, Washington

Lake Washington Alumnae Association, Seattle, Washington

 

 

 

Alumnae Achievement Award

 

District I

 

Greater Orlando Alumnae Association, Orlando, Florida

 

District II

 

Chattanooga Alumnae Association, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Knoxville Alumnae Association, Knoxville, Tennessee

Memphis Alumnae Association, Memphis, Tennessee

Nashville Alumnae Association, Nashville, Tennessee 

 

District III

 

Greater Washington Alumnae Association, Washington, DC

 

District IV

 

Indianapolis Alumnae Association, Indianapolis, Indiana

Winnipeg Alumnae Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Eastern Nebraska Alumnae Association, Omaha, Nebraska

Gem City Alumnae Association, Centerville, Ohio

Springfield Alumnae Association, Springfield, Ohio

 

District V

 

Denver Alumnae Association, Denver, Colorado

Dallas Alumnae Association, Dallas, Texas

Fort Worth Alumnae Association, Fort Worth, Texas

 

District VI

 

Eastern Washington Alumnae Association, Chelan, Washington

 

 

 

Excellence

 

District IV

 

Detroit North Alumnae Association, Detroit, Michigan

 

District V

 

Kansas City North Alumnae Association, Kansas City, Missouri

 

  

District VI

 

Inland Empire Alumnae Association, Perris, California

Las Vegas Alumnae Association, Las Vegas, Nevada

 

 

 

Pi Pride

 

District I

 

Greater Atlanta Alumnae Association, Atlanta, Georgia

 

District IV

 

Northwest Countryside Alumnae Association, Des Plaines, Illinois

Akron Alumnae Association, Akron, Ohio

 

 

District V

 

Greater Kansas City Alumnae Association, Kansas City, Kansas

Houston Alumnae Association, Houston, Texas

San Antonio Alumnae Association, San Antonio, Texas

 

District VI

 

Phoenix Alumnae Association, Phoenix, Arizona

 



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