Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Kappa Delta, Sigma Delta Tau, Lambda Theta Alpha, Zeta Tau Alpha Show #IAmASororityWoman Support

"Sorority membership has taught me that when women stand together and support one another, there is nothing we cannot accomplish. I am honored to lead an organization that is committed to building confidence in women and girls everywhere. I am a sorority woman because linking arms with sisters who share a vision and a creed makes me a better leader and a better woman as together we seek that which is honorable, beautiful and highest. #IAmASororityWoman”
Alison Jakes Argersinger
National President
Kappa Delta Sorority

I am so fortunate to have the opportunity to serve as National President of Sigma Delta Tau. I am the leader I am today because of the skills I learned through sorority life in college, the volunteer opportunities I was given on our National Council, and the countless women I have utilized as role models and mentors. I am truly honored to empower collegiate women today through scholarship, service, leadership and sisterhood.  #IAmASororityWoman #SDTEmpowers
Michelle Carlson 
National President
Sigma Delta Tau

#IAmASororityWoman because since becoming a Sister of Lambda Theta Alpha in 2004, I  have experienced how being part of a sorority empowers women to be resilient leaders, provide a platform to serve the greater community, and opens an extended family to rely on as we grow personally and professionally.  I recognize the benefits of being part of a sorority and I make sure that I seek out those benefits to its full advantage as I balance career and family while also facing challenges that affect me as a woman and Latina. Ultimately, my time as a sorority member is priceless because no matter how many volunteer hours or responsibilities I commit to my sorority - it still doesn’t compare to the opportunities, life lessons, and lifelong friends that I have received from it.  
Beatriz A. Barragan 
National President 
Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.  

As a collegiate member of Zeta Tau Alpha, I learned our motto is “Seek the Noblest.” Noble wasn’t a word I used often as an 18-year-old, but my chapter’s dedication to our founding values helped me understand the importance of upholding our Fraternity’s honorable principles and values. They have become my guide for my roles as mother, volunteer and leader. I am proud to serve an organization of women who still strive every day to “Seek the Noblest.” #IAmASororityWoman
Carolyn Hof Carpenter
National President
Zeta Tau Alpha

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