Let's Talk Tri Delta

Let's Talk Tri Delta

Welcome to Let’s Talk Tri Delta! Topics covered on this podcast will be relevant to the Tri Delta experience, both collegiate and alumnae, with hosts and guests who are members, friends and industry experts. We will take a deep dive into some of the most powerful stories from our award-winning magazine, The Trident, and we will get up close and personal with some of our brave, bold and kind members.... Show More

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October 23, 2020 29 min

In this episode, we are joined by co-founder of the Max Gruver Foundation, Rae Ann Gruver. In Sept. 2014, Rae Ann and her husband Stephen lost their son Max in a hazing incident at Louisiana State University. She reflects on Max and the tragedy that took his life. Their family’s mission since has been to provide education and legislation to end hazing through their Foundation. She provides perspective on creating good out of a trag...

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As Tri Delta continues to focus on our LEADDD Now action plan, Cristina Dominguez, Texas A&M/Corpus Christi, a former chapter development consultant, discusses Tri Delta’s LEADDD Now effort and her work on the committee to select the partner for Tri Delta’s organization-wide diversity audit. In this LEADDD Now conversation, Cristina shares her hopes for the audit, her journey to understanding her identities a gay Latina and her...

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In this LEADDD Now conversation, we’re joined by Candy Rivera Evans, Adelphi, newly appointed as Tri Delta’s Ritual Committee Chair and a Board Member for the Northeast Greek Leadership Association. Having come to the United States at the age of one year old, Candy navigated life as an undocumented woman on her journey to citizenship. She talks about loving her identity as her authentic self and her eagerness to begin her work as a...

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September 29, 2020 28 min

This episode features Emily Greer, Rhodes, one of Tri Delta’s first Black Sisters to serve on the Executive Board. Emily recognizes that her service to Tri Delta comes at an important time in our organization’s history where we are able to add voice to action. As Chief Administrative Officer for ALSAC/St. Jude, Emily brings a wealth of experience in human resources and explains how diversity in an organization equals more revenue a...

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Last year, Tri Delta celebrated our 20-year partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and our commitment to treating and defeating childhood cancer. Tri Deltas passionately serve the children and families of St. Jude and have raised over $75 million since 1999! Dr. Beth Stewart, Missouri, joined Tri Delta the year our partnership began and with the support of her sisters, her journey to St. Jude has been remarkable. Tr...

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and we are recognizing Tri Delta’s commitment to the fight to end childhood cancer by spotlighting the efforts of our alumnae who support the cause at the local and regional levels. Sisters in Southern California have been supporting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles since 1947. Through their Sleighbell luncheon and other events, these dedicated Deltas have raised over $2 million to suppo...

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Lisa Woodruff is a productivity specialist, home organization expert, and founder and CEO of Organize365®. Her goal is helping women reduce overwhelm, clear mental clutter and live a productive and organized life. As she started her company as a professional organizer, Lisa was able to use her background as an educator to teach organization as a skill. Through some of her powerful mantras like “Done is Better than Perfect,” she is ...

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This episode features Executive Board Directors Lenora Oeters, Cincinnati, and Tycely Williams, Wake Forest, one of our first Black sisters to serve on the Board. They discuss bringing lived experiences to the board level as part of our LEADDD Now action plan. As Chief Development Officer for the America’s Promise Alliance, Tycely discusses her lifetime experience as a servant leader in her professional and volunteer work, bringing...

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Our newest conversation focusing on diversity, equity and inclusion features Tri Delta alumna and student affairs professional Krystal Clark, Maryland. Krystal currently serves Tri Delta as a member of the Leadership Development Committee and has just been named chair of NPC’s Access and Equity Advisory Committee. With rich professional experiences, Krystal provides unique perspectives on her passion for diversity, equity and inclu...

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CEO of Broussard Global Communications, Cary Broussard, North Carolina, was awarded one of Tri Delta’s Woman of Achievement Awards at FOCUS 2020 – our first-ever virtual Convention. Cary has spent her career in various industries raising the voices of women to create confidence and empowerment. She encourages women to step out and be bold without a fear of rejection and to share their stories. Her book, “From Cinderella to CEO” foc...

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On this episode of our LEADDD Now conversations on racism, we are joined by alumna, actress and Broadway star Zakiya Young, Pittsburgh. Zakiya details how she landed into show business and where her career has taken her so far. She and Fraternity President Megan Shaw James, Millsaps, also discuss her experiences as a collegiate Tri Delta – and what it was like to be the only Black woman in a predominantly white chapter. This honest...

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During LEADDD Online, Tri Delta began an important series titled LEADDDD Now - Conversations on Racism. It began with a dialogue featuring Dr. Diane Petersen, Ohio Wesleyan, and Fraternity President Kimberlee Di Fede Sullivan, Pepperdine. Dr. Petersen shared her Tri Delta story as our first Black sister. As a follow-up to that powerful exchange, two amazing young alumnae, incoming chapter development consultant (CDC) Sabur Woldu, T...

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From an early age, Lacey Horn, Southern Methodist, knew she wanted to serve the Cherokee Nation, of which she is a citizen. She currently serves as CEO of Native Advisory, LLC, where she serves Tribal Leaders as a strategy and financial consultant. With her gifts and talents in financial matters and strategy, she has been able to serve her people and advance the work of other Tribes. Lacey reflects on the ability to understand hers...

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During LEADDD Online, Tri Delta introduced a series of conversations on racism called LEADDD Now. In this installment, Fraternity President Kimberlee Sullivan, Pepperdine, has a conversation with Dr. Diane Petersen, Ohio Wesleyan, Tri Delta’s first Black member. They discuss the challenges she faced in joining our organization, which wasn’t always kind alike to all. Diane attended college in the 1960s, during the civil rights movem...

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Chanda Bell and Christa Pitts, both West Georgia, serve as co-CEO of Creatively Classic Activities and Books, LCC, the Atlanta-based consumer products and entertainment company that launched Elf on the Shelf. Their successes came from creativity and determination, despite being told “no” often in their journey. In collaboration with their mother, they created something magical that has now been shared across the globe. Without expe...

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Career help is here! ATHENA Award winner Linda Waters, Vermont, created her company stemming from connecting with other moms in job transitions. Linda has a passion for helping people of any age develop the confidence they need to successfully step out of their comfort zone, embrace change and achieve success. As life evolves, so do we – and it’s important to prepare to pivot when our professional needs aren’t being met. It’s impor...

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This episode of our Life After College series takes a look at best practices for jumpstarting your career or making a professional shift. We are joined by Tri Delta alumna Courtney Condon, Millikin, Regional Sales Manager at LinkedIn, who offers her practical advice. She discusses the importance of re-evaluating industries and assessing the skills and talents that may fit into the industries that are hiring now. We discuss keeping ...

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Do you know that people’s first impressions of you come within the first seven seconds of meeting? That’s a lot in a short period of time! Business etiquette is a life skill that never goes out of style. Tri Delta alumna Lynn Teel, Texas Christian, is a proven Etiquette & Protocol Consultant with extensive experience in life skills training, business relationship development and providing transformational solutions. Simply put,...

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Our Life After College series continues as we are joined by messaging expert Liz Navarro, Pepperdine. Liz is a strategist, public speaking professor and copywriter who professionals activate new opportunities through their communications platforms. She discusses identifying your value add through your skills and talents and offers tips of how to create a clear and compelling career story of your professional history. We also discus...

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