Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Announces 2019-2020 Leadership Consultants

Press Release

Atlanta, Ga. — Alpha Delta Pi Sorority is pleased to announce the women selected to serve as 2019-2020 Leadership Consultants (LCs).


LCs spend the academic year supporting Alpha Delta Pi’s 160 active chapters across the United States and Canada. During their time with a chapter, LCs provide support to chapter officers, members, and advisors in the areas of recruitment, membership experience, risk management, team building, chapter planning, and more.


Through the interview process, 11 LCs were selected. One member of the current consultant team will continue for a second year. Annie Hardie, Leadership Services Manager, said this about the candidates, “These 11 women are some of Alpha Delta Pi’s most outstanding leaders. Their chapter and campus leadership experience will bring a wealth of knowledge to our chapters. They were selected from a highly competitive group of applicants that were all great representatives of Alpha Delta Pi’s highest ideals.”


The 2019-2020 LCs are:
Erin Beauregard, Epsilon Rho - University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Brooke Bezdek, Gamma Gamma - Florida Southern College
Carley Chatterley, Theta Gamma - Sonoma State University
Kayleigh Fox, Beta Sigma - Mercer University
Annabelle Hale, Zeta Beta - North Carolina State University
Jennifer Mitchell, Gamma Tau - University of Vermont
Kathleen Nicholson, Zeta Beta - North Carolina State University
Elle Stover, Theta Xi - University of Central Oklahoma
Sydney Swanson, Pi - Iowa State University
Lilly Turner, Zeta Nu - Clemson University


Sr. Leadership Consultant:
Rachel Minter, Gamma Xi-University of California, Santa Barbara


About Alpha Delta Pi Founded at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Ga., on May 15, 1851, Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society established for college women. Its principles of scholarship, leadership, sisterhood and service guide more than 230,000 women in 160 active collegiate chapters and 154 alumnae associations of Alpha Delta Pi.




Published: January 28, 2019