ADPi Foundation Announces Foundation Advisory Council Members

Press Release

ATLANTA (November 25, 2019) – The Alpha Delta Pi Foundation is pleased to announce our newest volunteers who will serve as the first members of the Foundation Advisory Council. This new committee will serve as an extension of the full Board of Trustees. “We envision this Council will help address the needs and interests of our younger alumnae,” says Foundation President Tracy L. Garner. “Each volunteer brings professional experience, involvement in Alpha Delta Pi, a passion for philanthropy, and the desire to grow the Foundation’s resources to help meet the needs of our sisters in every phase of life.” Each member of the Foundation Advisory Council is asked to give at the Octavia Andrew Rush Giving Society (or higher) and to help encourage others to join them in supporting the Foundation at that level.


Our first Foundation Advisory Council includes seven members. Lindsay Cullum Colwell will serve as the chair of the Council. The Council will provide leadership for informing the Foundation Board of Trustees, advancing the Foundation’s mission, and promoting philanthropic support for the Foundation.


Ashlyn Stallings Carter – owner of Ashlyn Writes, a conversion-focused copywriting business servicing the creative and wedding industry, Ashlyn initiated at Kappa chapter (Samford University) in 2006. She lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband, Wes, and their son.



Ashley Collimore – lives in Brookline, MA where she is a Ph.D. student in Rehabilitation Science and works as a graduate researcher for Neuromoter Recovery Laboratory. Ashley was a charter member of Theta Tau at University of Pennsylvania in 2014 and volunteers as the Membership Experience Advisor for Rho chapter at Boston University.



Lindsay Cullum Colwell – initiated at Zeta Rho (Vanderbilt University) in 2005 and lives in Scottsdale, AZ. Lindsay received her Master of Architecture degree from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona. She is the Managing Principal and one of the second-generation owners at Scottsdale, AZ-based Cullum Homes. She and her husband, Paul, live in Scottsdale with their two children.



Danielle D’Amico – recently relocated to Austin, TX, where she is works as a sales manager for Stryker corporation. Danielle initiated at Theta Lambda chapter (Franklin & Marshall University) in 2012.



Carrington Giammittorio – is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group in the Dallas, TX office of Haynes and Boone. Her practice focuses on government investigations, securities litigation, white collar defense, and antitrust. Carrington also assists clients in internal investigations. A 2009 initiate at Zeta Xi chapter (University of Virginia), Carrington lives in Dallas and volunteers as the Philanthropy Advisor for Zeta Chi chapter at Baylor University.



Mary Hollis McGreevy – initiated Delta Alpha chapter at Emory University in 2014 and currently lives in West Columbia, SC. Professionally, Mary Hollis is the scheduler for Senator Lindsey Graham’s US Senate Campaign.



Mallory Meyer – was a charter member of Iota Alpha chapter at University of Texas, San Antonio in 2016. She lives in San Antonio, TX and works as a financial services professional for MassMutual South Texas.


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 265,000 women in 159 active collegiate chapters and 155 alumnae associations of Alpha Delta Pi. The Alpha Delta Pi Foundation, a non-profit organization, offers funding for scholarship, grants, educational programming, and leadership training.



Published: December 5, 2019